2022-06-10 20:03:15 By : Mr. Dan May

Daylesford Organic and Colefax & Fowler have joined forces to launch a collection of tableware. Celebrating quintessentially British style, the Quince Garden includes tablecloths, napkins, plates and serving dishes, marrying pale pastel tones with intricate botanical illustration. The bright palette and watercolour wash give the collection an elegant yet contemporary feel, while the classic illustrative style gently nods to the traditions and history of both brands. 

Art auction platform Art for Charity Collective (ACC) is holding its first in-person exhibition this summer to support not-for-profit organisation A Space Between. More than 100 pieces by both established and emerging artists will be shown in Notting Hill, amid a timetable of events including creative workshops led by textile designer Molly Mahon and Joy Journal author Laura Brand. There’ll also be an opportunity to watch Sky Portrait Artist of the Year winner Christabel Blackburn in action.

Tuesday 21st June – Friday 1st July, Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop, 1 Bard Road, Notting Hill, W10 6TP

The Wiggle Lamp is the latest launch from Bias Editions. A striking design inspired by classic lamps of the 1990s, it’s available in ‘Deep Red’, ‘Black’ and ‘Cornflower Blue’ – all three take their inspiration from mid-century designers and can blend with colourful interiors or stand as a pop of colour in more neutral spaces. Each piece is available to buy with or without a matching silk lampshade.

Parisian perfume brand Bon Parfumeur has added a diffuser to its home collection. Developed according to the same specifications as all of Bon Parfumeur’s eau de parfums, the high fragrance concentration of the oil and the minimalistic bottle promise to elevate your interior. There are four ambient fragrances to choose from – numbered simply as 01, 02, 03 and 04.

Rebecca Udall’s new range is full of pieces that are practical and stylish in equal measure. Tea towels are woven from Irish linen; knives are crafted in France with bamboo or olive wood handles; and spiral designed glass jugs and oil pourers are handblown by artisans in the UK. For us, the star of the collection has to be the ruffled-edge tea towels.

Edward Bulmer Natural Paint is opening its first ‘colour shop’ – turning it into a destination for customers to browse the colour library, get some professional advice, shop sustainable products and attend events. It will also include a studio to supply Greater London with made-to-order, freshly mixed paint. 

From interior design company Studio Raff comes a new home and lifestyle brand, Atelier Raff. The inaugural collection includes fun and uplifting designs to brighten any space – spanning tableware, objet d'art and home accessories. Look out for the brand’s latest cushion collaboration with US favourite Carolina Irving & Daughters, too. 

For eco-friendly cleaning products that don’t compromise on performance, the Wilton range stands out. Using botanical scents and putting essential oils centre stage, the bottles are also made from recycled and recyclable plastic, while all formulas are biodegradable. Nothing is tested on animals, plus the brand is registered with the Vegan Society and doesn’t use unnecessary ingredients like synthetic dyes.

Bettina Ceramica has revealed its signature Gigli collection in a new colourway – a warm, pale, almond terracotta. Moving away from the more traditional earthy orange and brown hue, founder Natalie Sytner has stripped everything back with the aim of creating something entirely authentic.

We’ve long been fans of Cat Wickins’s online shop, where she sells the same beautiful pieces she uses to furnish and decorate her delightful huts in Dorset. The latest addition to her range are these handblown glasses tumblers in a pink and green stripe – made especially for her by Bias Editions. 

Domestic Science has released a range of bobbin mirrors. Available in three sizes and a selection of bold colourways, each mirror puts a modern spin on the popular 17th-century decorative aesthetic. Handcrafted from beech wood, the frame is saturated in three coats of a hand-picked Farrow & Ball paint colour and finished with two coats of wax. 

Rowena Morgan-Cox leads London-based design studio Palefire, whose new U/V lighting collection – the title of which is a visual reference to each light’s modular composition of U and V shapes – uses paper pulp as its medium. The standout item has to be the Totem floor lamp, a hybrid between an uplighter floor lamp and sculptural artwork.

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