An Art Deco vanity unit, bedlinen inspired by the Bahamas and a jolly Bobble lamp. These are the products that caught my eye this week
New to Lapicida’s porcelain marble collection, Mirrored Marble is a polished porcelain tile designed to create a sense of luxury in the bathroom. The tiles can be used in random formation, book-matched or quarter-matched to create stunning effects. Available in three colourways, Mirrored Marble Gold is shown above.
The Bobble table lamp, new from David Hunt Lighting, takes its playful inspiration from children’s toys by interspersing coloured balls with brass metalwork. There are three colour options to choose from, including a subtle verdigris finish, or you can get creative and concoct your own bespoke colours.
Graphic Nature, from Kirkby Design, includes eight decorative weaves that incorporate sustainable and recycled materials. Experimenting with responsibly sourced fibres, the collection sees the studio explore new yarns such as hemp, bamboo and ahimsa silk alongside recycled cotton, wool and polyester.
Devon-based sustainable and organic mattress and bed maker, Naturalmat, has launched the Ashford, featuring the company’s slimmest bed base to date. The low profile Ashford has a soft, curvaceous silhouette resting on slender wooden legs. At its core is a combination of recycled denim and organic wool shaped around a solid FSC-certified beech wood frame.
Carbon neutral furniture company Another Country have collaborated with kitchen specialists HUSK to produce a classic kitchen design. Available in five paint colours combined with natural ash, the kitchen has a paired back, Scandinavian look and feel. Paul De Zwart of Another Country says, “We are so delighted to collaborate with HUSK on our first ever Kitchen collection. This is the coming together of two sustainably minded West Country brands with a shared vision for high-end craftsmanship and considered design,”
Can a toilet make a design statement without compromising functionality or hygiene? Duravit worked with designer Antonio Bullo to create Millio which combines a hygienic ceramic interior with a customisable exterior made from DuroCast Smooth. The innovative design includes three patterned finishes in a choice of five contemporary colours.
Heirlooms bedlinen, the proud owner of two Royal Warrants, have collaborated with designer India Hicks to produce the Warm Harbour collection inspired by India’s life in the Bahamas. Available in just three colourways – Morning Mist, Tidal Blue and Shell White, the Warm Harbour collection is made using Heirloom’s cotton sateen.
Knots Rugs have launched a capsule collection for 2024 with a focus on earthy colour, texture and linear pattern. The five rugs are made from sustainable, vegan and undyed materials such as cacti leaves, undyed hemp, nettle and linen plus wild Matka silk, an upcycled yarn made from leftover fibres. The Naturals Collection is available in bespoke sizes and finishes.
The interior designers at Studio Dean have launched their own collection of wallpapers inspired by the forests and open countryside in their native Northumberland. In response to the Sycamore Gap tree felling, 5% of profits from each sale of wallpaper will now be donated to the National Trust to support Northumberland National Park and the local community.
C.P. Hart has introduced three new bathroom vanities inspired by the glamour of the Roaring Twenties. Cora, Sophia and Marilyn are produced by Italian manufacturer Park Avenue. Marilyn (above) features a delicately fluted front, glass stop and push to open drawer, all set on an elegant metal frame, it is available in over 20 finishes