The Vogue-Approved Home Interior Buys For Every Budget


You’re Coming Home With Me is your weekly roundup of the best interiors buys to add to your home inspiration mood board, as curated by British Vogue.

If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that there’s really no place like home. We’ve followed Instagram renovation accounts, created infinite Pinterest boards, scoured the internet for the best vintage bargains and flicked through stacks of magazines to inspire us. And whether you’re on the hunt for a little pick-me-up or looking to entirely re-do your home, the below buys were handpicked by Vogue editors (and interiors obsessives) to help you with your search.

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For maximalists 

The 101-year-old fashion icon, Iris Apfel, shows no signs of slowing down. After a much-hyped fashion collaboration with H&M earlier this year, she’s now tackling interiors with Ruggable via a collection of delectably eclectic rugs that are quintessentially Apfel. 

Ruggable X Iris Apfel Rug

Ruggable X Iris Apfel Rug

For a clean worktop 

It’s a well-known fact that a clean working space leads to more efficient working habits and, ultimately, better results. So, if you’re struggling to keep your desk tidy, you might want to consider The Conran Shop’s organiser for a well-structured approach. 

The Conran Shop Walnut-Wood Office Set

For bringing the outdoors inside 

There’s no denying it, incorporating natural wood into your living space has an instantly warming effect on your surroundings. The perfect addition to your home now that it’s getting too cold (and dark) to spend all your time outside. 

French Connection Wood Side Table

French Connection Coffee Table

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For unique gifts

Looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for the interiors lover in your life? Have a scroll through Vantage Living, a vintage design dealer that takes sourcing requests if you have something in mind that you can’t find yourself. Rest assured, you’ll find something special here. 

Vantage Living French Modernist Reclining Oak Chair

Vantage Living Vallauris Ceramic Basket

For the arts and crafts lover

A.P.C. – a haven for anything quilted. Designed by Jennifer Ogden, the new collection of throws and cushions are made from A.P.C. fabrics from past seasons. It’s exactly what we’re craving for the dark days ahead. 

A.P.C. Handmade Bedspread

For those who are done with all-beige everything

If you’re feeling bored of bouclé sofas, impractically white and beige furnishings and extreme minimalism, make a beeline for rustic pieces that will add an edge to your home. Stick to concrete, metal and a dark wood. 

Four Quarters Scalloped Turned Side Table

For nights in 

If you haven’t already gotten your fair share of Arket’s blankets, this is your sign to buy into the retailer’s home textiles. This winter, Arket has collaborated with the Swedish artist Evelina Kroon, bringing us power-print throws that will immediately make up for any lack of vitamin D.  

Arket Evelina Kroon Wool Blanket

Arket Evelina Kroon Wool Blanket

For haute dining

Let’s face it, a busy lifestyle doesn’t always allow for a full sit-down dinner at the dining room table, which is why the kitchen counter will have to suffice. So, don’t let your bar stools be an afterthought. We’re currently into anything high-shine – stainless steel is the way forward. 

Emeco 1006 Navy Brushed Aluminium Counter Stool

Magis Déjà-Vu Bar Stool

For snackers

Entertaining guests? Leave the packaging in the kitchen and serve your hors d’oeuvres in something sophisticated. The Hungarian snack bowls by The Conscious will up the value of every store-bought snack (don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone). 

The Conscious Hungarian Snack Bowl

The Conscious Hungarian Snack Bowl

For a luxury home upgrade 

There’s a handful of items every interiors-obsessive dreams about. Let us add another few to the list: stone tables by the Paris-based design studio Marbera. Helmed by Laura Torregrossa, the brand turns slabs of marble and onyx into too-good-to-be-true homeware. Truly, a minimalist’s dream come true. 

Marbera Ella Sixties Onyx Coffee Table

Marbea Aria Honey Onyx Coffee Table

For penny savers 

PSA: The Conran Shop has gone into mid-season sale. What does that mean for you? Designer furniture at discounted prices. Go, go, go! 

Daniel Schofield Tall Mag Rectangular Table

For those who like it crafty 

With studios in Singapore and Shanghai, Tanchen is a collaborative project between Amber Chen and Sanchia Tan that is textile-focused, creating objects from off-the-beaten-track textiles. We’ve taken a fancy to its coasters, but make sure to check the rugs out, too. 

Tanchen Set Of Four Coasters

Tanchen Set Of Four Coasters

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For hardcore decorators 

It might not even be December yet, but it’s beginning to look like – dare we say it – Christmas. Yes, really. If you’re an early adapter of the festive season, may we suggest some alternative decorations? Paper ornaments are all the rage this year, you’ve heard it here first. 

House Doctor Paper Star Christmas Decoration

Arket Set Of Two Honeycomb Ornaments

For dark days ahead

Now that the sun sets at around 6pm, why not invest in some new lighting fixtures for your home? Our current obsession? Wall lamps. 

Paolo Rizzatto 265 Chromatica Wall Lamp

For the dining table

Sometimes a little touch-up can make all the difference. Enter H&M’s new salt and pepper bowls. Perfectly elegant for any table setting. 

H&M Stone Salt And Pepper Bowls

H&M Stone Salt And Pepper Bowls

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For early bird Christmas shoppers 

We all know the beauty of a scented candle, and we also know how much of a great gift they make. But this candle from Diptyque triples its functionality: it smells fresh and is specially designed to eliminate molecules responsible for not-so-pleasant odours – oh, and it looks seriously chic. If that’s not the perfect gift, then what is? 

Diptyque Odour Removing Scented Candle

Diptyque Candle Wick Trimmer

For homebodies 

The days are getting shorter, which means we’ll be spending more time at home. So, best to cosy up, and what better way to do so than with some extra soft home textiles? 

Anthropologie Patchwork Pillow Case

For structuralists 

The designs from Dubai-based female-owned label, L’Afshar, offer a play on juxtaposition: bold lines meet translucent resin and subtle hues. These are the perfect pieces for any minimalist who’s craving a bit of colour. 

L’Afshar Set Of Three Resin Candle Holders

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For storytellers 

Founded by Hannah Mottishaw and Adam Dillon, Sauce is a London-based online-store, specialising in vintage interiors. The partners source their stock from all over Europe, and successfully so. With a curated eye, the two put together a selection worth its salt, ranging from 19th century timber chairs to neoclassical floor lamps. 

19th Century Scandinavian Folk Chair

Green Vallaurais Chain Link Ceramic Bowl

For small gifts

The new Zara Home Origins line challenges the status quo, introducing redesigned everyday objects with a modernist touch. If you’re an early bird Christmas shopper, you can find some superb stocking fillers here.  

Zara Home Silver Metal Soap Dish

Zara Home Fine Candles (Pack Of 20)

For open kitchen cabinets

Founded in 2008, the eponymous furniture and interior design practice, Fred Rigby Studio, has since gathered a fervid fandom. The newest brainchild? Wooden plates, inspired by cable insulators that connect electricity pylons. Once stacked up, you see the resemblance. Make sure they’re on display… always. 

Fred Rigby Studio Stackable Wooden Bowl

Fred Rigby Studio Stackable Wooden Plate

For living hygge 

This isn’t any collaboration. Mais non! The Danish textile-manufacturer has joined forces with the Belgian fashion designer, Raf Simons, to bring objects to our home that ooze refined and modern elegance. You’re welcome. 

Kvadrat X Raf Simons Whipstitch-Trim Throw

Kvadrat X Raf Simons Whipstitch-Detail Cushion

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For the unusual 

Chances are you have already scrolled through the carefully curated Instagram feed of Casa Shop. If so, it won’t be news to you that its founder Emi Moore has a distinguished taste for delectable vintage interiors and jewellery pieces. It’s best to turn on your notifications to not miss out on any one-of-a-kind treasures.

For a brutalist touch 

Inspired by the Swiss furniture designer Willy Guhl’s diablo planters, this set will spark joy for anyone with a proclivity for design classics. Good news: they’re being sold as separates, too. 

Set Of Two Hour Glass Plaster Planters

For a high-street hero

Can’t believe it’s high-street? Think again. On our hunt for the best budget-friendly homeware, these wooden tableware buys from Arket and H&M immediately made it into our shopping basket. Simple, elegant and worth every penny. 

Arket Wooden Serving Tools

For small spaces 

Tracking down a dining room table for limited spaces that doesn’t scream “student dorm” can be challenging. This concrete-effect iteration by Pop Up Home is the answer to your prayers. Happy dining! 

POP UP HOME Katherine Square Table By Délio Vincente

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For when it gets chilly 

We might be edging towards autumn, but let’s not discard our gardens just yet. In case you haven’t invested in a fire pit and comfortable seating yet, now’s the time. Let’s make the most of our outdoor spaces and, well, turn up the heat. Quite literally. 

For statement-makers

The iconic Italian homeware label Alessi has joined forces with the late Virgil Abloh’s London-based studio Alaska Alaska to create a limited edition series of stainless steel cutlery. Hype-homeware? It’s a thing. 

Alessi X Virgil Abloh Occasional Object Stainless-Steel 3-Piece Cutlery Set

For one last hurrah

Summer is drawing to a close and we have entered the last bank holiday weekend of the year. What better time than now to bid adieu to the hot days? If you’re in London, don’t forget Notting Carnival is back on this weekend. 

Havana Club X Burna Boy 7 Year Old Anejo Rum

Tom Dixon Set Of 6 Glasses

For a pop of colour

In the market for a freshly-painted home? Interiors maven Laura Jackson has teamed up with Coat Paints on a collection of six wall paint shades. The outcome? Delectably desirable. 

COAT X Laura Jackson Wall Paint 5L

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For stylish seating 

Lately, I’ve been noticing a defiantly vibrant interiors trend cropping up on social media feeds: namely, primary colours. And the star of the show? Red chairs. Worth jumping on the bandwagon? Most definitely. 

Kazuhide Takahama Kazuki Chair

Habitat Metal Folding Chair

For the collector 

Four words: fish-shaped ceramic jugs. Need I say more? Plus, they come in five different colour ways. 

Villa Bologna Pottery Set Of Two Glug Glug Jugs

For keeping it cool 

From chairs to stools and side-tables, lacquer homewares are hard to beat in their joyful charm. Often crayon-bright, they’ll instantly lift the mood in the room. These ice buckets – the brainchild of The Lacquer Comany and Rita Konig – are no exception. 

The Lacquer Company X Rita Konig Ice Bucket

The Lacquer Company X Rita Konig Ice Bucket

For those who like it fresh 

Yes, the rumours are true, Diptyque (known for its iconic scented candles) now also makes multi-surface cleanser. Drop the Dettol, it’s time your kitchen counter smelled as good as you do. 

Diptyque Multi-Surface Cleanser

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For everlasting holiday vibes

Designed by Cordelia de Castellane, Dior’s latest homeware collection is a celebration of carefree summer living, featuring kiwis, banana trees, passion and dragon fruit – you name it. An easy way to keep summer on our tables, even after the heatwave ends. 

Dior Tutti Frutti Banana Tree Carafe

For those who like it simple

Yes, even in the homeware section, the Scandi-retailer Arket makes minimalists’s hearts beat faster. Simple, classic and elegant, what more could you want? 

Arket Set Of Two Coupe Glasses

Arket Set Of Two Tall Drinking Glasses

For the unusual 

Whether you’re steering clear of anything labelled “kooky” or not, the glassware by Studio Cyl is quintessentially that. Organic shapes and bright colours – looking for something off the beaten track? You’ll find it here. 

Cyl Pebble Handle Glass Mug

For rustic charm

For those among us who have a predilection for the less dainty, artisanal glassware is a thing. Yes, really. Whether that’s a leather bottle holder by Ancient Greek Sandals or a bamboo-wrapped glass by Madam Stoltz, match your earthenware dinner sets with hardcore glassware decor. 

Ancient Greek Sandals Glass Bottle And Leather Holder

Madam Stoltz Bamboo-Covered Glass

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For (yet) another heatwave 

Yes, the rumours are true, another heatwave is hitting England. So, how to make the best of sweltering late summer days? By dining al fresco, of course. Invest in Summerill & Bishops’s striped linen tablecloth for nights to remember. 

Summerill & Bishop Linen Tablecloth

Summerill & Bishop Linen Tablecloth

For a rest

An ottoman bench might be the piece of furniture you never knew you needed – until now. Undecided? Let French Connection’s boho iteration convince you. 

French Connection Ottoman Bench

For everyday use 

Monoware’s simplistic approach to crockery speaks for itself and is proof that everyday-use tableware can tick the aesthetically pleasing boxes as well. 

Monoware Stoneware Pitcher

Monoware Stoneware Four Piece Place Setting

For at-home entertainment 

If your at-home entertainment centre is something you take pride in, you might want to consider investing in a sound system by Kef. Crystal clear sounds will transform any movie night into a cinematic experience – all from the comfort of your own sofa. 

Kef Wireless HiFi Speakers

For the home decorator

Have you stocked up the linen cabinet and scoured every flea market for one-of-a-kind ceramics? Great. Now’s the time to shift your home renovation focus to your walls. Step one, pick a colour. Step two, double check you’re happy with the colour. Look to Farrow & Ball for a selection of the best wall paint. 

Farrow & Ball Wall Paint In Brinjal

Farrow & Ball Wall Paint In Imperial Blue

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For the minimalist 

Those who’ve tried will know, finding black tableware that doesn’t scream “naff” is holy grail in the interiors world (reasonably-priced mid-century furniture is the other). Enter Ann Demeulemeester’s collaboration with Serax for the slickest iteration yet. Would you expect anything else from the Belgian fashion designer? Obviously not.

Ann Demeulemeester X Serax Mug Set

Ann Demeulemeester X Serax Dinner Plate Set

For polished privacy

Finding the perfect curtains can take aeons. Blackout or see-through? Coloured or muted? H&M Home’s offering comes at fair price and delivers great designs. 

H&M 2-Pack Linen Curtains

For empty corners

Life is all about balance, and the same holds true when talking about interior design. Juxtaposing antique furniture with modern pieces is one way of achieving said balance. To make a head start, may we suggest filling up bare corners with a set of antique corner chairs? Très chic, non?

Vintage French Wooden Brown Wood Woven Raffia Work Bobbin Corner Chair

Antique Wooden Corner Chair

For the brutalist touch 

My craving for concrete furniture has just been satisfied with Nor11’s fibre concrete coffee table. It’s sleek, different and comes without rounded corners, which is a plus when it comes to stubbing toes.

Norr11 Concrete Gear Coffee Table

For late night treasure hunting

Have you heard of the app Narchie yet? No? Consider it the Depop of interiors. Whatever it is that you can’t find anywhere else, this is where you’ll track it down. Equally, if you would like to sell your pre-loved possessions, this is a great starting point.

Vintage ’70s Dark Green Fish & Shell Soap Dish From Eclectic Eye Homeware

Carlo Bartoli For Kartell Red Chairs From In The Corner

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For late summer nights 

The work of French designer, Olivia Cognet, is all about juxtaposition – mainly inspired by the architecture and natural landscape of her previous home in California. The result? Sculptural shapes, defiant pops of colour and delicate textures. For those who love minimalist interiors, bookmark the stoneware clay ceramics. Elsewhere, her playful glassware will liven up any dinner party. 

Olivia Cognet Glass Carafe

Olivia Cognet Set Of Two Wine Glasses

For the bathroom cabinet

Nothing says “good host” quite like a well-stocked towel cabinet. Enter Christy England’s bath sheets for a classic approach, or Hommey’s signature striped terrycloth range for something more jolly.  

Christy England Bath Sheet

For the retro collector 

The latest item on my miscellaneous homeware wish list? A retro table lighter, of course. Thankfully, the internet’s vintage market is awash with options and – praise be – they come at very reasonable price points. 

Vintage ’70s Perspex Table Lighter

For all senses

There’s hardly anything more welcoming than entering a well-scented home. Whether that’s via Palo Santo, diffusers, oil burners (such as this one by Fazeek) or scented candles, finding a signature home scent is the ultimate finishing touch. 

Boy Smells Damasque Candle

For the eco-conscious 

Sometimes, a stool is not just a stool. Case in point? Normann’s recylced Bit stool, designed by Simon Legald, is practical but also eco-friendly (it’s crafted from small bits of recycled plastic), plus, it will add a generous dose of vibrancy to any room. 

Normann Recycled Plastic Stool

 For a pick-me-up 

Founded in 2019 by Erin Beatty, Rentrayage creates fashion and homeware from upcycled and vintage materials, offering up one-a-kind pieces that cater to every taste.  *Adds to cart*  

Nicola Fasano Jumbo Oval Jumbo Oval Plate

Vintage Patchwork Set Of Four Napkins

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For the table upgrade 

Interiors collectors, take note: ever since its homeware expansion in 2020, the retailer Net-A-Porter has more than doubled its offering. The newest update focuses on one theme in particular, and that is sophisticated dinner parties. Ceramics, table linen, candles – you name it – by brands such as Laetitia Rouget, Mrs. Alice and Emilia Wickstead have arrived to embellish any tablescape. Cin-cin! 

Laetitia Rouget Tulip Ceramic Candle Holder

Mrs. Alice Set Of Two Ceramic Dinner Plates

For treasure hunters 

Pax, Billy and Kallax are all pieces of furniture that we are familiar with. The Swedish interiors behemoth, Ikea, has long informed how most of us live, but we tend to forget that Ikea has been around since the 1950s. Enter the vintage market that is currently unearthing Ikea designs of the past 69 years – we couldn’t be more thrilled about it. 

Vintage Ikea Folding Table

For the disorganised 

If like me you are prone to dropping anything and everything the moment you step inside the house, this clay tray from hype-wear brand Ronning might just be the perfect addition to your home. Don’t worry, you can still drop everything, it’ll just make it look a tad less… messy. 

For linen lovers

Great Objects is a website to bookmark if you’re on the lookout for not-so-mainstream interiors trinkets crafted by independent makers. These linen napkins by the label Chorus are a case in point. 

Chorus Pair Of Linen Napkins

Chorus Pair Of Linen Napkins

For the ones in the know 

ICYMI, the A-list interiors designer and architect, Vincent Van Duysen, most famously known for co-designing Kim Kardashian’s minimalist Calabasas palace, has joined forces with Zara Home, creating a capsule collection of timeless homeware pieces that don’t scream high-street (including the price tags). Want to live like TV’s most famous family? This is a great place to start. 

Zara Home By Vincent Van Duysen Lounge Chair

Zara Home By Vincent Van Duysen Sidetable

For the wedding gift 

The website Greeks Bearing Gifts is our new secret source for finding unique and inspiring pieces for the home. One such find are these abstract Murano glass tumblers by Stories of Italy – a playful addition to any shelf or tabletop.

Stories Of Sicily Rainbow Murano Glass Tumblers

For the garden glow up 

With summer in full swing, attention naturally gravitates towards our outdoor spaces, be it a window sill, balcony or garden. So why not spruce-up your terrace with this zingy, retro-inspired table and chair set from It’s calling out for a sunny morning coffee, or sunset aperitivo, oh and did we mention it’s available immediately and on sale?

Made Soriano Compact Garden Yellow Bistro Set

For the trinket keeper 

Sorrento-based Biagio Barile has been famous for its artisanal skills working with inlaid wood since the family-run business began in 1920. We love its graphic formations on everything from jewellery boxes, trays, mirrors and picture frames. 

Biagio Barile Angolo Wooden Box

For the summer dinner party 

Arket isn’t just a Vogue fashion favourite, its homeware offering keeps getting better and better. Case in point: this poppy plate by San Raphael – a charming choice for a summer feast. 

Arket San Raphael Wild Flower Centrepiece Plate

For the tablescapers 

British interiors brand, Summerill & Bishop, knows a thing or two about entertaining, and this large linen tablecloth in citrus stripes has caught our eye. A beautifully made, modern home heirloom that will be pulled from the linen cupboard year after year. 

Summerill & Bishop Striped 300cm x 165cm Linen Tablecloth

For the treasure hunter 

TAT London, the interiors news, inspiration and shopping website by ex-House & Garden editor Charlie Porter is no longer an in-the-know industry secret, thanks to her 180k+ Instagram followers. Her loyal fan club sit by their inboxes awaiting her newsletters, and this week’s didn’t disappoint. Not only did it include a new drop of vintage finds, but it announced her return to Pentreath & Hall for another IRL pop-up, from tomorrow Monday 4th July until Sunday 9th July. 

Framed Abstract Painting Signed BV & Dated ’99

For the rattan obsessed 

Rattan, rattan everywhere. It’s not just coffee tables, dining chairs and bed frames that we love, it’s the little accents on drinks trays or bedside lamps that add a touch of French farmhouse or Riviera chic to your everyday surroundings, too. Anthropologie is a current go-to. 

Anthropologie Liz Rattan Task Lamp

Anthropologie Talia Enamel Tray

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For the art collector

Every now and again, you stumble across a gem on social media, and this was certainly the case with painter Lily Baker. Having graduated from Goldsmiths University in 2021, her abstract work is based on an intuitive gestural style which is anchored to the human figure, as she describes it. Some of her paintings, which are available to purchase, are also available as gallery prints. 

Lily Baker Limited Edition Giclée Print ‘Offline, Running Through My Mind 2022’

Lily Baker Limited Edition Giclée Print ‘Living Is Easy 2022’

For prime comfort

Kassl Editions, the Amsterdam-based brand known for its clean-cut coats, has added interiors to its offering. The Pillow Sofa was designed by Muller Van Severen and comes in the label’s signature oil coated cotton. Take a seat.

Kassl Editions One-Seater

For the kitchen

There’s hardly a line of kitchenware that is more desired than Ettore Sottsass’s designs for Alessi. The good news? They’re all available as part of Alessi’s 100th anniversary collection. Swoon. 

Alessi Airtight Jar By Ettore Sottsass

Alessi Bottle Opener By Ettore Sottsass

For the bargain hunter 

Discount klaxon! The Selfridges sale is now on and includes an enviable selection of homeware. You’d better be quick before the good stuff goes. 

Business & Pleasure Co Fringed Cabana

For happy feet

Finding the perfect rug can be a Sisyphean task. From size to fabrication, colour and pattern – the inconvenient truth is that you simply can’t tell what it’ll look like until it’s actually put into place. So, to make the process a little easier, may we suggest taking a look at Nordic Knots’s selection of beautiful rugs? It’s sure to save you endless hours of scrolling. 

For lifting spirits

Sometimes all it takes is a dash of wink-inducing colour to change the ambience of a room. The resin-made designs of Dinosaur Designs will fit the bill nicely. 

Dinosaur Designs Resin Salad Bowl

Dinosaur Designs Resin Salad Servers

For an investment 

If you’re in the market for an investment piece, 1st dibs offers up an ultra-covetable selection of sought after furniture. Chairs – as any design-lover would attest – should be your first go-to. That’s your Sunday afternoon sorted.

Rue Intérieure NumberTwo Fauteuil

Cassina Red Laquer Zig Zag Chairs by Gerrit Rietveld (For One)

For a great night’s sleep 

What do you get when two highly-coveted lifestyle brands join forces? A turbo-charged collection of hype home and sleepwear. At least that’s the case for the collaboration between the Scandi brand Tekla, known for its sellout bed linen, towels and pyjamas, and streetwear brand Stüssy. Vogue’s verdict? We want it all. 

Tekla X Stüssy Duvet Cover

Tekla X Stüssy Cushion Cover

For holidays feels

Celebrating traditional Italian ceramics, Bettina Ceramica is the ultimate destination for anyone with a predilection for romantic homeware that sings of holidays. The holy water stoups are particularly noteworthy.

Bettina Ceramica Hand-Painted Holy Water Stoup

For days in the sun

There’s normal sun loungers and then there’s Isimar’s Barcolenta sun lounger. Think Marseille in the ’60s meets every minimalist’s dream. Yes, even basking in the sun can be amped up. See below for further inspiration.

For finishing touches 

ICYMI, tablescaping is a thing. And no ever-growing collection of tabletop accessories is complete without a linen tablecloth. Just saying. 

Johanna Ortiz Linen Table Cloth

Mango Striped Table Cloth

For picnic-a-thons

Consider this Jane Birkin’s answer to a Yeti cool box. Admittedly, less cooling, but more Instagram-friendly.

Bombinate Rattan Bottle And Glass Carrier

For green fingers

Spending more time in the great outdoors? Spruce up your garden by ways of new pots and planters. John Lewis is a great place to start if you’re in the market for something that won’t break the bank.

Serax Flower Pot With Handles

For gloomy days 

In celebration of the Milanese furniture fair, Salone del Mobile, the founder and editor in chief of Cabana Magazine, Martina Mondadori, has launched the brand’s first range of lighting in tandem with the interiors marketplace, The Invisible Collection. Inspired by the late 20th century Italian architect and set designer, Renzo Mongiardino, the results speak for themselves. 

Cabana x The Invisible Collection Giacomo Brass Up-Light

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For the gallerist 

Missed your trip to La Colombe d’Or? Fret not. Volta’s mobiles make you feel like you’re lounging by the iconic pool in the Provençe… almost. 

Volta X The Conran Shop Steel Mobile

For added hygge

Don’t sleep on Arket’s homeware section. From tableware to Scandi design, the Swedish retailer’s interiors are design-led and, what’s more, they don’t break the bank. My current favourite? The Linnea Andersson Blanket by Klippan.

For a fresh scent

It’s not just about how comfortable your sofa is, it’s also about what your home smells like. Not usually a fan of incense (I often find it can get a bit heady), Perfumer H’s incense sticks with notes of ash, cedar and sandalwood have made me a convert.

Perfumer H Brass Incense Holder

Perfumer H Ash Incense Sticks

For stylish storage

I have been hunting for a great sideboard for a long time and my finger keeps on landing on this design classic by USM Haller. Even though black or white might be a safer option, there’s something about the green that makes me think I need to infuse my home with a hefty dose of colour.

For added spice

If tablescaping is on your mind, may we suggest to upgrade your salt and pepper mills (if you haven’t already)? This set by Habitat will positively spice up any dinner table.

Habitat Salt And Pepper Mill Set

For soundproofing your home 

The East London-based interiors store A New Tribe stocks some of the greatest interiors finds in the capital. I’m currently eyeing up one of the unusual berber rugs to give my downstairs neighbours respite from burpees during my early morning workout.

Moroccan Vintage Boujad Rug

For the design lover

Sori Yanagi’s 1954 butterfly chair is a staple for any interiors fanatic, fusing western design with Japanese tradition. Looking for something timeless? This is it.

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For the naturalist

Cut from mango wood,’s new Kalaspel collection is one to earmark, particularly for anyone who’s got a proclivity for punchy, structural furniture.

For the picnic pro

There’s parasols and then there’s Business & Pleasure Co’s fringed umbrella. Want to throw a grand picnic? This is the way to go. 

Business & Pleasure Co Beach Umbrella

For the afternoon nap

A day in the sun can be tiring — have a snooze in the shade with a little help from Emporio Sirenuse’s embroidered cushion. Peak Amalfi coast vibes. 

Emporio Sirenuse Embroidered Silk Cushion

For those who missed out

The collaboration between the designer behind London’s famed Sketch restaurant and H&M sold out within minutes, but – whisper it – there’s been a small restock. Act quick.

H&M X India Mahdavi Pitcher

H&M X India Mahdavi Pitcher

For the eclecticist

Hands up if you love a tchotchke? Don’t be ashamed to admit it. Sometimes the best ones exist in the ether of the digital vintage market – like this candle holder, for example. Decluttering not welcome.

Mid-Century Ceramic Candle-Holder

For sunbathing

Nothing sings summer holidays quite like stocking up on beach (or park) essentials. The newest status accessory for the sea? A statement beach towel, bien sûr.

For the dinner for two

Soho Home’s burgundy-hued wine cooler is the perfect companion for a night-in at home. All you need now is a bottle of wine. And ice, lots of ice.

Soho Home Marble Wine Cooler

For refreshments

Kalinko’s hand-blown tumblers are the perfect addition to any tableware cupboard. Staying hydrated never looked so good.

Kalinko Set Of Four Handblown Tumblers

For a colour pop

Breaking up a neutral space with a few pops of colour can change the atmosphere of any room. &Tradition’s quirky take on interior design lends itself perfectly to that.

&Tradition Portable Table Lamp

For good luck

These Jade Foo dogs are not just a treat for the eyes, they’re also lucky charms that will ward-off negative energy. Put them on your shelf or by a doorway to keep bad spirits outside. 

Antique Carved Jade Foo Dogs

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For the kitchen cupboard

Ceramics hold a special place in my heart and Seletti’s hybrid plates, bowls, trays and tea pots have got me head over heels – and emptying out my cupboard to make space for them. Swoon.

For Sunday mornings

Mango’s homeware has quickly gained cult status amongst interiors fans, but you don’t need to be an expert to understand just how good the new striped bedding is. Perfect for letting in a bit of sunshine, even on a gloomy Monday morning. 

Mango Striped Duvet Cover

For the oceanologist 

If you’ve been to Copenhagen, chances are you might have already seen Ohayo’s playful fish motif interiors. The brand’s koi fish wall vase is the item I never knew I needed but now desperately want. 

Ohayō Koi Fish Wall Vase

Ohayō Koi Fish Wall Vase

For the at-home bar 

And on the note of fish-themed interiors, Dior Maison’s new Aquarius collection – designed by Cordelia de Castellane and inspired by Mr Dior’s house in Milly-la-Forêt – is catnip for anyone with a proclivity for sea life. The tumblers have jumped to the top of our wishlists. 

Dior Maison Glass With Fish

For the walls 

Prints, paintings and posters – we all have them, but wall hangings are something to consider if you’re looking for something more out of the box. There’s a conveyor belt of pre-loved options online that will instantly brighten-up any space.

Vintage Mid Century Modern Abstract Tapestry

For chilly summer nights 

Let’s face it, the Great British Summertime doesn’t always deliver the most reliable forecasts, so in order to enjoy late dinners al fresco, it’s best to wrap up. Cue Begg x Co’s deliciously soft cashmere throws.

For stacks of magazines 

Collectors of magazines will attest to the fact that storing them isn’t always the most practical or stylish. A magazine rack offers quick respite, especially a vintage perspex one. 

Vintage Ferguson Form Designs Ltd Lucite Perspex Magazine Rack

For temporary time travel 

Jermaine Gallacher’s ’80s-reminiscent zig-zag candlestick holders have probably already found their way into your Instagram saved folder. Well, you’ll be glad to hear that they’re now available on in all colourways. Our top picks? The blue and orange.

Jermaine Gallacher Zigzag Candlestick Holder

Jermaine Gallacher Zigzag Candlestick Holder

For the bargain hunter

Yes, this rug made from 100% recycled polyester can be found on the high-street. It comes in a variety of shades, and, most importantly, won’t break the bank. 

French Connection Large Recycled Rug

For the design lover

Are you a Wes Anderson fan? Then this one’s for you. The handcrafted iron Serra armchair by Sotow comes with plenty of Anderson-inspired charm. Colourful and in a scintillating shape, it’s almost too good to be true.

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For the ceramics connoisseur 

What do you get the person who already owns a large collection of ceramics? An Elin Hughes vessel, of course. The seemingly patched-together pieces by the “clay choreographer” have the charm of a DIY pottery class project, but without the leaking. These are one-offs, so be quick. 

Elin Hughes Strawberry Vessel

For the hostess 

If “tablescaping” is on your list of skills to perfect, don’t scrimp on the details. Arket’s napkin ring will add a great pop of colour to any dinner plate. Just keep them out of reach of tiny hands – these are no fidget spinners. 

For the vintage collector 

Vintage-lovers listen up: scoured the whole of Facebook Marketplace? Fret not, because Etsy has a huge offering of pre-loved treasures. Our tip of the week? @Vintiquesmidcentury

Vintage 1980s Chrome Wire Armchair

For the dopamine deficit 

The greatest mood-boosting home accessories of the week come courtesy of The Conran Shop and Collagerie. Stripe-lovers unite. 

The Conran Shop X Collagerie Duo-Tone Vase

The Conran Shop X Collagerie Striped Cushion

For those who like an edge

Founded by Edin and Lina Kjellvertz in Sweden, Dusty Deco started out as a hushed-up hotspot for vintage gems. Ten years into the business, the couple decided to create their own collection. The result? Rustic furniture with a Scandinavian and Balearic twist. Our object of desire? The spiky Brutalist mirror.

Dusty Deco Brutalist Mirror

For the at-home member’s club 

Soho Home’s range of homeware may have access to some of the world’s most coveted clubs, but, luckily, you can also enjoy your picantes from the comfort of your own living room. 

Casa De Folklore Small Bowl

For DIY-ers

You’ve probably already seen Buchanan Studio’s internet-breaking striped armchair, but now the brand is also selling their Belgian linen fabrics. 

Buchanan Studio Belgian Linen Fabric (sold by metre)

For the trinket collector 

Glassette and David Perry have collaborated on a series of liquorice checkerboard-coloured ceramics. Our verdict? We want them all. 

Glassette X David Perry Ceramic Plate

Glassette X David Perry Soap Dish

For the high-street heroes 

Affordable with a hit of Scandi cool, H&M Home is delivering some of the most covetable interiors buys on the high-street right now. 

H&M Set Of Four Cocktail Glasses

For the shape fanatics 

For those who are looking for something outside the box, the East London-based gallery, Dudley Waltzer, is worth a visit. These ’80s spiral lamps will brighten up any room. Quite literally. 

Dudley Waltzer Vintage Spiral Lamp


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