New furniture, wallpaper, rugs and accessories to enjoy, selected by Amelia Thorpe.
Birdie Fortescue’s fresh green look
Inspired by 18th-century French prints, Birdie Fortescue has created the Loire Collection, including this Magnolia tablecloth, from £170, Foliage candlesticks, £39.50 each, Foliage bowls, from £19 each, and Pencil Cut tumblers, from £15 each.
01328 851651; www.birdiefortescue.co.uk
Wrought Iron and Brass Bed Co’s lazy days
The Emily wrought-iron day bed shown here in Ivory, £795, from Wrought Iron and Brass Bed Co, offers a useful place to accommodate an unexpected overnight guest or simply for relaxing away an afternoon.
01485 542516; www.wroughtironandbrassbed.co.uk
Neptune’s happy hues
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Neptune’s new collection includes Suffolk and Wardley dining chairs painted in lively colours, such as Quince, Olive and Saffron, that are inspired by the natural world. They cost from £330 each, and are shown here with the Moreton oak dining table, from £2,210, and Wycombe bench, from £525.
01793 934011; www.neptune.com
Oka’s fresh look
Bright accents introduce cheerful notes to OKA’s new collection, including the patterned Tarma armchair in Lazaret Blue, £1,695, Eferi prints in Ochre, £295 pair, Liaodong pot in Dijon, £195, and Hongwu pot in Sea Blue, £95.
0333 004 2042; www.oka.com
Susie Watson’s dark tones
Susie Watson Design’s new Egyptian blue emulsion creates a backdrop that is both warm and calm, ideal for an inviting interior. Shown here with Carved Rectangular Kilim footstools, from £745 each, and a selection of cushions, from £52 each, Egyptian Blue emulsion costs £45 for 2.5L.
0344 980 8185; www.susiewatsondesigns.co.uk
The distinctive shape of Anboîse’s Rosyth headboard is accentuated by its velvet trim, pictured here in hand-blocked Ocean Tracery fabric by Pukka Print, £1,300 for a double, from Anbôise.
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