Introducing Luxury British Fabric Brand, Arley House

British design house, Arley House, is delighted to unveil its luxurious collection of fabrics and uniquely bespoke offering as it partners with leading interiors PR agency, PR First. The family-run business based in the rural village of Ashley, Cheshire, boasts a charming selection of designs for residential and commercial projects alike, as well as a fast, tailored service for those looking for a truly distinctive piece.

Developed and crafted from its very own independent UK workshop, Arley House’s fabrics are all produced in-house, from initial hand painting to the printing of the fabric. With a sustainable edge, Arley House’s product is made-to-order, meaning its manufacturing process results in zero waste.

Arley House Tobermory fabric in Teal £68

Arley House Tobermory fabric in Teal £68

Each and every Arley House creation is available in custom colours, with a range of base cloth choices on offer including opulent velvets and natural linens. With a member of the expert design team guiding customers from concept to creation, the design specialists at Arley House indulge all requests, both creating one-off designs and manipulating existing prints.

“Our expert textile designers and colour specialists play with colour, scale and detail to deliver completely custom-made fabrics, which can take just one to two days to complete,” says Louisa Tratalos, Head of Brand at Arley House.

Geography, nature and historic design comprise the inspiration behind Arley House’s captivating compilation of fabrics. Maluku, for example, is an intricate creation with motifs from the tropical Indonesian rainforest; Tobermory, with its Scottish namesake, is a celebration of British flora, featuring sharp thistles and romantic carnations.

Future-proofing design brilliance in the UK, Arley House champions talented textile artists, passion and creativity in its practise, employing a team of specialised  industry experts and designers. Delivering exceptional materials, Arley House is the British fabric manufacturer with unparalleled efficiency, quality and style.

Arley House Maluku fabric in Burnt Orange £58

Arley House Maluku fabric in Burnt Orange £58

Elodie – The Opulent New Wallcoverings Collection From 1838

Embrace indulgence and craftsmanship with 1838 Wallcoverings’ new collection, Elodie.  The Art Deco trend is a strong influence in this stunning collection. Rich in colour, design styles and luxurious embellishments, here curved forms and geometric lines tap into the glamour of a bygone time. 

In the 1920’s and 30’s, Art Deco represented the combination of different styles with fine craftsmanship and luxurious materials, and 1838’s interpretation of the trend is perfectly in keeping with this spirit.   Indulgent substrates, heritage printing techniques, decadent details and a sumptuous colour palette, not only capture the Zeitgeist of the past, but reinvent it for today’s interior schemes.

 A captivating mix of printed effects and luxurious substrates, the collection champions the true craft of wallpaper manufacture. Surface printing is a heritage wallpaper printing technique and forms patterns that look as though they have been painted by hand; works of art for your walls. Printed by skilled craftsmen on original, rare machinery dating back over 100 years, Elodie rekindles the traditions of British craftsmanship. Select patterns are adorned with lavish, velvety flocks, glistening beads, high sheen foils, contemporary metallics and textured inks, bringing them to life to form unique, resplendent interiors.

Rosetta Midnight - Elodie - 1838.jpg

Launching September 2019 Pattern book collection of 42 luxury wallcoverings. Eight designs, each offered in between four and eight stunning colour options. All easy to hang: Paste the Wall. Roll size: 52cm wide by 10.05m long.

Bluebellgray 10 Year Anniversary Cushion

Bluebellgray are celebrating their 10 year anniversary by releasing 50 limited edition ‘Giverny’ cushions. This original, hand-painted floral design has been pulled from the 2009 archive and reworked into an instant Bluebellgray classic. Featuring beautiful, painterly blooms in our joyful and vibrant colour palette. Each one will be hand stamped and numbered out of fifty.

Giverny Cushion, available from August 2019, £85

Giverny Cushion, available from August 2019, £85

The Tie Dye Takeover Comes to Wallpaper for Summer

Tie dye is back on the design scene making waves in the fashion industry, and these radical tie dye wallpapers are bringing the revamped style to the home in a modern, zestful way.

Opinion-dividing design

Searches for tie dye have increased by nearly 200% since the beginning of the year, making it one of the most sought after fashion styles of 2019. Prada, Stella McCartney, Chloé and Dior are only a few of the designer fashion brands that have been launching the trend to massive popularity with creative runway pieces that revive tie dye. 

And now, after just entering the world of food and drink with the Starbucks tie dye frappuccino release, the opinion-dividing design is also moving into modern interiors in a fittingly eye-catching way with this bold collection of wall designs by MuralsWallpaper.

Punchy, vivid colours inspired by acid washes are elevating tie dye and making it look fresh for its comeback this year. The bright colours of these murals move away from garish festival colour combos of centuries past, and into a lush style that feels rejuvenated with currently coveted colours.


Ice cold tie dye

These daring wall designs by MuralsWallpaper have been created using ice, rather than the expected tied cloth pieces. In this method, dye is dusted over ice as its sitting on the fabric and then left to work its magic as it melts. The result is something a bit different from traditional tie dye that makes the iconic look more liveable for a home.

The dye designs for these wall murals were created by hand to hold on to the organic, hand-crafted appeal of tie dye. The reason that many suspect tie dye and custom-made murals are exciting the design world right now is that people want something more one-of-a-kind for their wardrobe and home.

This collection is ideal for daring decorators with a passion for colour, flair and the bold. But even homeowners who would usually be very safe and minimal with their interiors can seize this chance to embrace the joyous return of nostalgic tie dye, with a now more high-design identity. 

Love it or loathe it, tie dye is back in a big way.


The Peace and Festival murals are £36.00 per square metre. 

Available at:

Bert & May Launches Eco-Friendly Paint Collection

Bert & May has launched a new environmentally-friendly paint collection with 48 shades inspired by the Earth’s natural palette. The paints have a rich and chalky finish, and the colours complement Bert & May’s full range of products – including the handmade tile collections, basins and kitchens.

Paint Pot Group_24_1.jpg

The majority of our pigments are naturally derived and create the muted, chalky tone for which we are known; much softer than anything synthetic and mass-produced. This is a principle which is not only a very important part of our aesthetic but also to our responsibility to the environment.

Available in Eco-emulsion, Limewash and Eggshell, each colour has 4 variations of shade, achieved through blending different strengths of the same pigment; the more pigment added, the deeper and richer the colour. 

‘We believe that colour has a huge impact on how you feel and live and so it is important to choose those which will not only enrich your interior but also create the right mood. And in telling our own colour story, we also wanted to share the individual connotations and origin of our palette; after all, we are all about the story in our products!’ Bert & May

Paint Charts.jpg

New Mural Collection from 1838 Wallcoverings

Luxurious effects, inspirational design and dramatic scale define the new 1838 Wallcoverings Murals collection.  Brush stroke detail, on-trend metallics and influences ranging from paradise islands through to geometrics and large-scale florals, make this a stunning collection.

Bloom – Two colourways - Magenta & Sapphire

Adorn your walls with watercolour ombres and painterly blooms.  Beautiful canvas-like textures, pearlescent highlights and impressionist pointillism detail bring this design to life.


Reflections – Three colourways - Pewter, Copper & Jade

Mesmerising ikat and chevron patterns create an undulating stripe of mirrored images.  Graduated tones, metallics and pearlescent effects add depth and drama to any scheme.


Paradise Found – Two colourways - Emerald, Monochrome 

Create a tranquil oasis with leafy palms and lush foliage adding a touch of paradise to statement walls.  Illustrative line techniques draw the eye to unexpected finds of butterflies and tiny boats on the horizon.


Clematis – Two colourways - Autumn & Ebony

Trailing clematis, cherry blossom and intertwining leaves bring the outside in to create a natural haven for relaxation. Choose from soft sheen qualities or dramatic colours to set the mood.


Spectrum – Two colourways - Mocha & Indigo

Bold and dramatic, interlocking blocks of colour give the wow factor to any scheme.  Overlays of colour and brush stroke effects in warming shades create an eye-catching look.


Bellavista – Three colourways - Azure, Aquamarine & Sunset

A contemporary, dreamy seascape in sunrise and sunset hues. Bringing a relaxed holiday vibe indoors, bold brush strokes and splashes of contrasting colour delight and intrigue.


These easy to use, paste-the-wall designs cost £165 per mural roll (four panels) and are available from and selected stockists nationwide.

Playful Pixel Flooring Inspired by the Return of 8-Bit Art

Atrafloor's fun new collection captures trending pixelated design in the form of a modern vinyl flooring named Censor.

Inspired by 8-bit colour graphics and game aesthetics that have a beloved nostalgic quality, Censorbrings this style to flooring for the first time and joins in on the trend that's proving the passion for pixel design isn't dead.

Contemporary indie games can be said to be leading the way in popularising the pixelated look again, with some big games adopting an intentionally simplistic pixel stye. And its influences are fast making their way into modern design and interiors.

This flooring from Atrafloor is a creative alternative to traditional tiles, with perfectly placed pixel squares that resonate with both retro and futuristic feelings. 

The range includes a bright multi-coloured version that will be particularly exciting for kids, as well as more subtle colour palettes that will work well in bathrooms, kitchens and utility rooms.

Censor-Blue-Chair Web.jpg

This design is available at:

All flooring is made-to-order and priced at £59.00 /m2.

Accessorize Launches First Ever Wallpaper Collection

High street fashion and lifestyle brand Accessorize has unveiled its first ever range of wallpapers. 

Its debut collection includes 13 different designs, with bold botanicals, luxe metallics and tropical influences all featuring heavily in this exciting new range of wallpapers.

Created using Accessorize fashion insights, along with the brand’s design expertise, the collection has been carefully curated to incorporate 2019’s hottest trends and to suit all types of homes, from modern open-plan spaces to more traditional styling. 

All designs have been created using signature Accessorize prints, recoloured and reimagined in some cases to reflect key interior trends and colours, and the creative and vibrant designs will inject new colours into homes; adding a touch of ‘Accessorize style’ to any room, either as an all-over pattern or on a statement wall.

There are four vibrant florals and tropical designs: the Camden Brick Floral, Amelie, Birds of Paradise and Maui wallpapers

Accessorize Celeste Wallpaper - Blush Pink Glimmer

Accessorize Celeste Wallpaper - Blush Pink Glimmer

Accessorize Camden Brick Floral Wallpaper - Light Grey Multi

Accessorize Camden Brick Floral Wallpaper - Light Grey Multi

Accessorize Amelie Floral Wallpaper - Cream Multi

Accessorize Amelie Floral Wallpaper - Cream Multi

Accessorize Mozambique Wallpaper - Grey Rose Gold

Accessorize Mozambique Wallpaper - Grey Rose Gold

Accessorize Camden Brick Wallpaper - Light Grey

Accessorize Camden Brick Wallpaper - Light Grey

There are four vibrant florals and tropical designs: the Camden Brick Floral, Amelie, Birds of Paradise and Maui wallpapers. There is also a Camden Brick design to complement its floral design. Hugely on trend for both fashion and interiors, animal print has been introduced to the collection as a modern neutral in muted grey and greige, both mixed with metallic silver, in the exclusive Savannah design.

The Mozambique range features an artisan woodblock-print design in four key colours paired with on-trend metallics. The leaf design comes in grey and metallic rose, navy and rose gold, ochre and silver, and off-white and gold colour options.

Completing the collection is the Celeste wallpaper – a beautiful floral design featuring lotus flowers in two popular colourways: blush and off-white.

This is an exciting new product category for the Accessorize brand, emulating the strong sense of style that continues to inspire the fashion and lifestyle collections. The loyal Accessorize customer base that values quality design and trend-led detail can now extend these concepts to their homes, as well as what they wear.

 Accessorise wallpaper is available to buy from selected retailers, including and with an RRP of £30 per roll.

A/W Bathroom Inspiration from Otto Tiles & Design

Whether on the floor or wall, patterned accent tiles are perfect for making a bold statement in the bathroom, injecting individual style, character and design into the room.

ODI handmade encaustic cement tile, 20 x 20 x 1.7cm, £6.72, min order of 5 meter square / 125 tiles

ODI handmade encaustic cement tile, 20 x 20 x 1.7cm, £6.72, min order of 5 meter square / 125 tiles

Be it a contemporary geometric like the new ODI tile, or a more traditional style such as the new Instanblue tile, patterned tiles allow people to tap into their creative side exploring texture, pattern and colour to create a unique look.

Istanblue handmade encaustic cement tile, 20 x 20 x 1.7cm, £6.72, min order of 5 meter square / 125 tiles

Istanblue handmade encaustic cement tile, 20 x 20 x 1.7cm, £6.72, min order of 5 meter square / 125 tiles

“We are seeing people becoming more adventurous with their bathroom designs. They want these rooms to feel beautiful and bespoke and tiles are a great way to achieve this.” Damla Turgut, Founder, Otto Tiles & Design.

Founded by Damla Turgut in 2015 Otto Tiles & Design make handmade, bespoke encaustic cement, ceramic and terrazzo tiles. Based in London, Zurich and Istanbul, Otto Tiles & Design work with leading architects and interior designers on residential and commercial projects around the globe.

Bluebellgray for Burford

Burford Garden Company are delighted to announce that our new and exclusive collaboration with Scottish design house Bluebellgray is now up and running, both in store and online.

Founded in 2009 by Fi Douglas, Bluebellgray is renowned for its signature, handpainted watercolour floral and abstract designs.

Burford Garden Company and Bluebellgray have worked together to create a collection that combines our passion for the extraordinary and eclectic with Bluebellgray's flair for fresh, uplifting design.

Featuring two of Bluebellgray's new season joyful prints - Vegetable Patch and Wee Pomegranate - the new Bluebellgray for Burford collection includes kitchen linens, beautiful handmade stationery and fun outdoor living pieces. All are lovingly designed and skilfully crafted in the UK.

Quirky and wonderfully colourful, the Bluebellgray for Burford collection can now be seen in situ in our Interiors, Kitchen and Outdoor Living departments for you to buy and take home on the spot. If there is not enough room in the boot, or you are further afield, we can deliver in super-quick time to your home or business.


Come and see Bluebellgray for Burford in store or online.

Beautiful Bedrooms With Crown Paints

No room is more personal than the bedroom, a special space to relax and wind-down in. Therefore it is important to create a space that is not only calming but that also looks good. A lick of paint is a great way to give the bedroom a quick and inexpensive update. A new colour palette can be easily changed with different seasons, or as children grow older without much hassle.

Crown - Hare, Powdered Clay, City Break and Wheatgrass all Matt Emulsion, from £14 for 2.5l

Crown - Hare, Powdered Clay, City Break and Wheatgrass all Matt Emulsion, from £14 for 2.5l

Paint effects are a great way to add character to the room. Try mixing two different hues to make the room feel larger, or paint a pattern to jazz up a teen’s space.

Crown - Pashmina and Runaway, both Matt Emulsion from £14 for 2.5l (3)

Crown - Pashmina and Runaway, both Matt Emulsion from £14 for 2.5l (3)

Judy Smith, Crown Colour Consultant gives her tips on how to choose the best paint colour for the room:

There are two things to consider when choosing paint. Firstly what style do you want?Is it modern or traditional, fun or more considered? Secondly what is the atmosphere?Clean and spacious, deep and moody, bright and breezy?Whatever your preference the choice of paint really can help fashion both style and atmosphere. For example, a range of Period colours would suit a more traditional look, whilst more earthy tones like dusty pinks and terracottas are more modern. Remember to balance the natural light in the room by using warmer or cooler tones. However, whatever the rules, it's important to go with what you like.

Crown - Promenade, Period Collection, from £23 for 2.5l (3)

Crown - Promenade, Period Collection, from £23 for 2.5l (3)

Sirens - Layering Glass to Great Effect With Curiousa & Curiousa

Layering Glass to Great Effect with Curiousa & Curiousa,. There’s a new addition to their Siren Wall Light range by using just layered glass. They look great as a pair, or for more drama grouped as an eclectic mix. 

Also available for bathrooms and outdoors,  you can have endless fun mixing and matching your own combinations using our range of 23 hand-blown glass colours.

These look utterly gorgeous and look great as a display or simply for a statement pieces.


This Paw Print Flooring is Perfect for Pet Owners

Atrafloor have designed a new set of playful paw print floors that are perfect for design-conscious pet owners looking for a robust flooring to create a space to be proud of.

The pattern provides a pitter-patter of paws made permanent as a flooring, and is a fitting design idea for homes where four-legged friends can be found.


The flooring would be a welcome addition to any kitchen, and is a particularly charming design choice for the small areas of the house we dedicate to pets, such as around a food bowl, doggy door or cat flap. The paw pattern would even make a fun flooring option for a hallway, laundry space or child's playroom.


Atrafloor is made from highly-durable materials that protect against daily wear and tear, making it an ideal flooring solution for the stomping ground of those real life muddy paws.

The Paw design features a subtle print and can be custom-made in any colour.

This design is available at:

All flooring is made-to-order and priced at £59.00 /m2.

Pooky Announce New Collaboration with Textile Designer Tori Murphy

Pooky are thrilled to announce a brand new collaboration with Tori Murphy, the textile mastermind behind the eponymous brand of woven fabrics.

With a shared ethos of creating beautiful, tactile homewares, combining both brand’s aesthetics in the form of a lampshade collection felt like a natural fit. The limited edition collection is composed of four shades in Tori’s signature style which fit perfectly with Pooky’s unique bases.

Pooky Tammy table lamp in Cobalt, £100, with Tori Murphy 36cm Drum shade in Navy stripe, £130

Pooky Tammy table lamp in Cobalt, £100, with Tori Murphy 36cm Drum shade in Navy stripe, £130

“Our four designs are Fastnet Stripe, a classic nautical design that I was surrounded by in my childhood growing up on the West coast of Ireland; Climbing Chevy, a fun vibrant design in a lovely Radish colour inspired by my days living off Portobello Rd; Cadogan Check, a graphic monochrome design; and Seedling, a gentle yellow pattern that feels fresh and gentle,” explains Tori.

Combining the magical ambience of lighting with her fabrics was an exciting moment for Tori. “Ilove how lampshades illuminate and add an extra dimension of colour and pattern to a room. They can completely transform the feel, from a little sunny shade on a hallway table to glorious glowing shades in a living room and statement hanging pendants or even gentle easy lighting that slips into the background. They can fit into any interior scheme and using our fabrics on lampshades for the first time breathes a new and vibrant life into them.”

Pooky Crescent lamp in White marble, £180, with Tori Murphy 40cm Straight Empire shade in Seedling Cotton Mustard, £150

Pooky Crescent lamp in White marble, £180, with Tori Murphy 40cm Straight Empire shade in Seedling Cotton Mustard, £150

Pooky’s founder, Rohan Blacker, is equally pleased to see the collaboration come about. “For so long we’d appreciated Tori’s ability to bring pattern and colour into the home in a way that is accessible. Her patterns make it easy to add a touch of brightness and fun into our lives, something that certainly resonates with us here at Pooky.”

Pooky Pirouette table lamp in Ruby Resin, £170, with Tori Murphy 36cm Drum shade in Climbing Chevy Rose, £130

Pooky Pirouette table lamp in Ruby Resin, £170, with Tori Murphy 36cm Drum shade in Climbing Chevy Rose, £130

The lampshades will be available exclusively on the Pooky website in July, and they can be paired with the majority of Pooky bases.

Summer Fabric Trend from Vanessa Arbuthnott

It is that time of year when the umbrella-like clusters of white, frothy cow parsley flowers are filling up the roadside, hedgerows and woodland edges. Also called ‘Queen Anne’s Lace’, there are many stories to explain the origins of this name. 

Cow parsley is a hollow-stemmed, tall plant that grows rapidly in the summer before dying back. These flower umbels appear from May until June and grow 60-100 cm high, with spikelets of 2 to 5 flowers in oval clusters, the lowest on long stalks at right angles to the stem. 

Cow parsley simply means an inferior version of real parsley. Here, Vanessa Arbuthnott speaks about the trend and why they the print is a must for your interior design. 


“I particularly love the way the flowering stems zoom off at right angles to the main stalk and I have drawn these in my design; along with beautiful fragile butterflies enjoying the cow parsley nectar. I take great pleasure in taking organic shapes on a journey, simplifying, stylizing them and finally colouring the fabrics with no reference to their origins.” 

With Vanessa’s range she now has twelve Cow Parsley fabric colour ways, one wallpaper, tea towels, aprons, washbags and cushions. They are her best-selling fabrics and seem to defy fashion withstanding the test of time. 

Why cow parsley? 

With summer coming up there is no better way to brighten up your home for summer than opting for a cow parsley print. There has been an increase in homeowners purchasing rolls of colourful prints inspired by nature and wildlife. Bold printed wallpapers have become increasingly popular as customers are gaining confidence in their interior choices. In past years, feature walls were a great way to make a statement but with large quantities of printed wallpaper being ordered, a whole room is now becoming lively with detailed prints. 

With cow parsley, the design is a nod to nature, popular wallpaper designs include trees, birds and flowers which have been adapted to fit in a room. Cow parsley brings elements of outdoors in which is perfect to mirror summer colours and atmosphere. 


Introducing Teddy With

There’s nothing better than sinking into a deep seated sofa and letting your mind wander. How come vampires always look so stylish if they can’t look in mirrors If two people on opposite sides of the world each drop a piece of bread, does the earth momentarily become a sandwich When you’re truly comfy your mind is free to create without limits.

Let your imagination run wild on Teddy,’s exquisite new addition for Autumn/Winter ‘19. Boasting a traditionally stylish silhouette, super-soft scatter cushioned back and refined scroll arms, Teddy is every bit as comfy as its name suggests. Kick back and think big!


“When it comes to finding your perfect sofa, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice comfort for style” explains’s Chief Product Officer Vanessa Hurley-Perera. “We designed Teddy with deep seats and a low-lying frame to offer customers a lounging spot that’s steeped in luxury.”

To help keep their wonderful new designs worry free, have added a range o fcottons to their smart fabric collection. The unique coating applied to these smart cottons is designed to repel any unexpected spills and give you a few moments to mop away liquids before they leave a stain.

Upholstering your Teddy in’s exquisite Eucalyptus smart cotton will keep your space looking magnificently chic and ensure it’s ready for what ever modern family life throws at it.

Frame Paint by File Under Pop x THE POSTER CLUB

THE POSTER CLUB launches Frame Paint in collaboration with File Under Pop.

Copenhagen-based THE POSTER CLUB is now launching a collection of exclusive Frame Paint, available in 18 different and carefully selected colors. The Frame Paint is made in close collaboration with the fellow Danish design brand File Under Pop.


The new Frame Paint makes it possible to creatively transform both the expression of an artwork and to update an interior setting with just a few brush strokes.

The Frame Paint is a water-borne oil paint especially made for use on all types of wooden frames. The paint is easy to apply and the semi-gloss finish provides an even, strong and smooth surface with a sophisticated appearance. The Frame Paint comes in a fitted tin can of 125 ml and is packed in a handy, lightweight paper box. One box of frame paint contains enough paint for two standard types of wood frames in a size up to 70x100 cm.

The new Frame Paint will be available at and through retailers worldwide.


File Under Pop

File Under Pop was founded in 2015 and has established itself as a well-known brand within the field of interior design. Directed by Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer, File Under Pop is specialized within surface design for walls, floors and ceilings focusing on the mediating and tactile function of tiles, wallpaper and paint. Combining craftsmanship and modern technology, File Under Pop creates spaces, artistic sceneries and installations with a poetic and musical approach.


Established in Copenhagen in 2014, THE POSTER CLUB has become internationally renowned as one of the leading places to source high-quality affordable art prints and posters. Most of the art prints are exclusive collaborations with various artists, designers, and photographers. Today, THE POSTER CLUB is also selling its own curated collection of art prints through its own website and through selected retailers in more than 25 countries around the world.


150 Years of Matisse Celebrated With Wallpaper Collection

MuralsWallpaper has launched a collection of cut out wallpaper designs in celebration of 150 years since the birth of Henri Matisse.

The look, colour palette and design approach of the Naive Shapes collection is livable, plays on current colour and design trends, and reflects the simplicity and joyous emotion of Matisse’s own work.


The Naive Shapes collection celebrates 150 years of Matisse, taking inspiration from his papiers découpés (paper cutouts). The world-famous painter was born 31st December, 1869.

These candid wallpaper creations by MuralsWallpaper mirror the playfulness of a method that Matisse described as 'drawing with scissors' and 'cutting directly into colour'. 

The crafty cut outs have a nostalgic quality, conjuring up memories of creating paper collages as a child. They embody the fun and focus of spending hours cutting out paper shapes and arranging them in just the right places, resulting in something visually appealing and personal.


A year of Matisse

Henri Matisse invented a new medium with his cut out style, and using this he produced some of his most popular works.

Matisse believed that everyone retains a childlike sense of naiveté, no matter how much they study and learn. In the last years of his life, the artist found freedom in creating cut out art, which brought feelings of balance, simplicity and serenity.


MuralsWallpaper's Matisse-inspired collection aims to echo this naive part of the mind that Matisse speaks of, which is why the designs are hand-made with spontaneous shapes and charming, honest imperfections.

MuralsWallpaper will be releasing two modern mural collections celebrating Matisse's 150th birthday this year with designs that are evokative of his cut out art; also incorporating trending earthy tones and pops of cobalt blue. The second set of designs will launch in September and continue the celebration of Matisse's life and most influential work.

Ruark Audio x LINLEY Combine Style and Sound in New Collaboration

Pioneer of British audio excellence Ruark is delighted to announce a collaboration with iconic British furniture designer LINLEY. Ruark and LINLEY have joined forces to present us with a unique product that combines both companies’ passion for design and quality, with the statement Tempo radio. 


The Tempo radio combines exquisite LINLEY marquetry design with technology from award-winning British audio brand Ruark. The wraparound LINLEY marquetry is available in Submarine, Monday, Norwegian and Beret colourways.


Each colourway features a marquetry inlay composed of four different veneers. The cabinet has a solid sycamore chamfer and a soft goatskin-clad front panel embossed with the LINLEY brand stamp. The lively design is inspired by audio engineering, soundwaves and the graphic scales of 20th century artists.

A petite but powerful addition to a bedside table, kitchen counter or bookshelf, the Tempo radio is a unique accessory to be enjoyed for years to come.


LINLEY X Ruark present us with a unique collaboration showcasing both companies passion for design and quality, that will hopefully bring further desirable audio products in the future.

Tom Dixon x Ikea at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Design Research Studio, the design and innovations agency at the heart of Tom Dixon, has partnered with IKEA to imagine the future of urban farming.

As part of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019, they have designed and realised an experimental model for growing plants in the urban environment.

Tom Dixon and IKEA’s garden, entitled Gardening will Save the World will explore the importance of sustainable growing, looking at the contrast of the hyper-natural and hyper-tech.


The garden will demonstrate how people can contribute to the movement of growing food at home and make a difference to reducing food waste, as well as communicating the beauty and functional importance of horticulture, through both traditional knowledge and the latest in growing innovation.

Tom says, 'As part of the Chelsea Flower Show, we have designed and realised an experimental model for growing plants in the urban environment. Aiming to give back to cities and create productive landscapes within urban zones, the garden includes a raised modular landscape with edible and medicinal plants and an enclosed based garden fuelled by hydroponic systems and controllable lighting.’

TD_Chelsea Flower Show_01.jpg

The garden will be split into two levels and will feature over 4,000 plants. The base layer will be a horticultural laboratory where hydroponic technology is implemented, and the raised garden will be a botanic oasis with a natural aesthetic for visitors to immerse themselves in.

During the media preview, the exhibition will also offer an exclusive look at some of the first prototypes that Tom Dixon has designed on urban growing, which will be available globally at IKEA stores in 2021.

After Chelsea Flower Show, the garden will be donated to the charity Participatory City and moved to Barking and Dagenham in East London.