Graphic tiles, a green loo and striking plaster lights. These are the product launches that caught my eye this week
Following the success of its coloured Roma roll top basins, bathroom specialist Aston Matthews has now added a retro style WC and bidet to the range.
Basins in the Roma range come in a variety of sizes and the whole collection can be all-white or in a choice of colours including forest green, baby pink or mustard.
Tenue de Ville have launched the Horizon collection of luxury wallpapers. Creator, Alexia de Ville, wanted to highlight the brush strokes on each of the new designs to add volume and texture. She also used an interesting technique combining photography with hand drawing to create movement within her subjects.
Cone is a new pedestal from Tom Dixon that can be mixed and matched with 28 of his shades including Melt and Mirror Ball. The metal cone is available for both table and floor lamps.
Tom says, “There is a reason that we keep coming back to simple geometries – these basic shapes feel right because they are the most reduced possibility for a given job.”
Walter G have added new designs and colours to their outdoor woven collection. The outdoor collection reflects the aesthetic of the Walter G interior fabrics, offering a layered palette to mix and match for inside and out. Available from The Fabric Collective
Bert & May have re-imagined their Split Shift tile collection in a new colour palette.
First launched in 2015, the graphic tiles are now available in an earthy palette of five colours including crimson, marigold and pebble created in collaboration with London design studio Darkroom. The new colourways were inspired by the natural world and are available in Bert & May’s handmade encaustic tiles.
Martin Huxford has launched a new collection of contemporary sculptural lamps. Working in plaster Martin has created a distinctive collection which references to the architectural and organic landscape.
Martin says, “Discovering plaster as a method of creating forms by hand has been a revelation for me as a designer maker, giving me the chance to get completely hands on with the sculpting process. Plaster provides for almost unbounded possibility and as a tactile and immediate material it enables expression direct from my imagination, bringing ideas swiftly to life.”