This week’s product launches

Brass tables that look like crochet, a brutalist sideboard and a magnificent stone bath. These are the products that caught my eye this week

The Il Granito natural stone bathroom collection is now available in the UK from West One Bathrooms. Produced in Belgium, each piece is handcrafted and includes seven different designs available in 11 different stones including travertino and verde alpi. Wow!

Arte’s Reverie Tropicale panoramic with woven grass texture

Les Naturels collection, new from Arte, takes inspiration from the natural and irregular texture of raffia, sisal and woven grass to create wallcoverings that bring warmth and interest to walls. As well as bold prints, Les Naturels includes textured plains in a calming colour palette of stone, terracotta and sage green.

Mirror, console table and wall lights from the Crochet Collection

Allegra Hicks has launched a new capsule collection available exclusively from The Invisible Collection. The Crochet Collection of occasional tables is made in bronze but looks like soft crochet. Handmade using the lost wax technique the pieces are cast at a foundry in Naples.

Two Tone lacquer side table from Susie Atkinson

For AW 23, Studio Atkinson has launched Noughts & Crosses oak furniture entirely made in the UK and inspired by an antique bamboo dining table sourced by Susie at a French market many years ago. By contrast, glossy Two Tone lacquer side tables have also been added to the collection inspired by the rich colours and stripes found in Liquorice Allsorts.

Potteries large scale wallcovering design from Masureel

Terra is a bold collection of wallcoverings from Masureel taking inspiration from vessels and structures created from natural clay. Sculptural forms are replicated in natural shades of charcoal and burnt earth punctuated by splashes of intense colour. For this collection Masureel has consciously chosen materials with a lower impact on the environment.

Inkjet Ecorug from Louis de Poortere

Ecorugs is a 100% recyclable rug collection new from Louis de Poortere The company has launched its Take Care service to allow owners to return their rugs when they’ve reached their end of use directly to Louis de Poortere using the Take Care QR label on each rug. They will be assessed for condition and reused through a second-hand sale or recycled into a new Ecorug.

Original BTC update classic shades

Original BTC has updated its popular Hector, Bibendum and Oxford shades with an antique brass finish, a slim twisted cable (replacing the signature cotton braided cable) and each of the bone china shades is presented for the first time in a velvety matt finish to emphasis its inherent warmth and opacity. The shades are all manufactured at Original BTC’s factory in Stoke-on-Trent

Veneer wallcovering from Omexco’s Imperialis collection

The Imperialis collection, new from Omexco, presents opulent marquetry designs crafted from Paulownia wood. The veneer is delicately placed against a gilded backdrop resulting in eight art deco inspired designs. The Paulownia tree, originally known as Kiri, was discovered in Japan and brought to Europe in 1835 by Philipp Franz von Siebold, a collector of Japanese plants. In recognition of Imperial Grand Duchess Anne Pavlovna’s interest in botany, von Siebold bestowed the tree with a new name – Paulownia.

Brutalist sideboard from Wewood

This handsome sideboard has been designed by Erno Dierckx for Wewood. Taking inspiration from brutalist design is available in walnut or oak and two size options. This collaboration marks the inaugural partnership between Wewood and Erno Dierckx, who is already working on more products for the brand.

Write a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.