New designs and inspiring ideas to welcome spring, selected by Amelia Thorpe
Silvy’s dressing table in Teal high-gloss vellum, £1,842, is inspired by a 1930s French original. It is shown here with a Luccio single chair in Kiat Rosewood, £1,061, plus fabric, both Julian Chichester.
020–7622 2928; www.julianchichester.com
The Antique Blue-painted finish and reclaimed natural-wood top gives the Rummage chest of drawers, £725, a vintage charm, from Loaf.
020–3141 8300; www.loaf.com
Made in the UK from sustainably sourced British seasoned oak, the Freda table is inspired by the joinery of the Arts-and-Crafts Movement. It costs £2,820 from Jamb.
020–7730 2122; www.jamb.co.uk
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British sculptor David Harber, well known for his outdoor water features, sundials and sculptures, has added an eye-catching interior piece, Turbine, £11,712, to his collection. Taking its inspiration from the blades found in gas-turbine engines, light and shadow play across its mirror-polished stainless-steel surface to dramatic effect.
01235 859300; www.davidharber.co.uk
Arthur is a classic Victorian-inspired bed, handmade in Britain with an iron core and plated in polished nickel. It costs £1,995 for a double, from Wrought Iron & Brass Bed Co.
01485 542516; www.wroughtironandbrassbed.co.uk
History in the making
The Uppark sofa by antique dealer and designer Max Rollitt is based on a Gillows design made for 17th-century Uppark on the South Downs. This fully fitted version costs £12,400.
01962 791124; www.maxrollitt.com
Taking its inspiration from the shape of an ash tree, the Dunbridge table lamp, £612, features a textured-bark finish in chalky white, shown here with a 15in Warwick shade, £98.40, from Vaughan.
020–7349 4600; www.vaughandesigns.com
The Hexagonal Treaty Port lantern takes its design cue from the 18th-century vogue for chinoiserie. It is shown here finished in Lulworth Blue gloss paint, £7,512, from Charles Edwards.
020–7736 8490; www.charlesedwards.com
Susie Watson offers everything from furniture to lighting, with curtains in Raspberry Red Apple Blossom Toile linen, £58 per m, with Plain Ivory pom poms, £15 per m, Gustavian desk, £1,045, and Weathered Reeded curtain poles, from £178 .
0344 980 8185; www.susiewatsondesigns.co.uk
Colourful home company Wicklewood is making its first foray into furniture with the launch of the Damask Wave sofa, £3,300, produced in collaboration with furniture designer David Seyfried and upholstered in a signature Peggy Angus linen by Blithfield.
020–7460 6493; www.wicklewood.com
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