This week’s product launches

A lighting company making tables and a paint company dabbling in desserts. Here are the product launches that caught my eye this week

Sweet Treats (Madeleine shown above) is a curated collection of warm, neutral paint shades from Little Greene. Honey, caramel and chocolate are brought together in this autumn’s collection with each colour inspired by delicious desserts. With mouth watering names such as Muscovado, Ganache and Affogato this palette of nine versatile colours has been designed to bring warmth and comfort to the home. Yum! (To go behind the scenes at the Little Greene factory click here)

Get creative with Striped tiles from Bert & May

Bert & May has introduced Striped, the first in a series of new collections to mark the company’s 10th anniversary year. Bert & May specialise in handmade, artisan tiles and Striped is no exception. Available in three different widths, these encaustic tiles are hand made in Spain using natural pigments for a soft, chalky appearance. There are 40 colours to choose from, but Striped can also be made to order in bespoke colourways.

Kupoli Cameron Design House
That’s what I call a statement piece! Kupoli table new from Cameron Design House

Best known for its lovely lighting, British brand Cameron Design House has launched its first collection of furniture. The Kupoli Collection (after the Finnish word for dome) features a bold body composed of domed, steel tubes finished with a glass top to create a playful, mirrored centre piece. The new Kupoli collection includes a series of tables – dining, coffee, console and side. As well as painted and brass finishes the pieces are available in pigmented chrome including electric blue, olive green and teal. (Meet Ian Cameron here)

Classic Boucle in Rosefinch colourway, new from Johnstons of Elgin

Johnstons of Elgin’s new bouclé collection is woven from 100% wool to provide a naturally tactile texture. There are two designs Classic Bouclé and Texture Bouclé both woven at the company’s mill in Scotland. Classic Bouclé has a closely looped appearance, while Texture Bouclé has a less compact aesthetic. Both are available in a soothing palette that takes inspiration from the mountain landscape.

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