Discover this season’s homewares master pieces and get design inspiration from these dreamy interiors ideas for urban townhouses. Words by Jacky Parker
These striking needlework cushions (pictured below) from Pentreath & Hall will give a seasonal lift to any interior. The two designs are available in six bold colour combinations and have been stitched by Fine Cell Work, a registered charity and social enterprise that trains prisoners in paid, skilled, creative needlework. £95 each.
17 Rugby Street WC1N 3QT, 020 7430 2526; pentreath-hall.com
Since arriving on the King’s Road this spring, luxury bathroom and kitchen specialist Waterworks has really hit its stride with a collection of heritage and industrial style furniture and faucets. The latest from this Connecticut-based family company is a gorgeous geometric surface: the Parramore Colorforms mosaic.
Head to Harrods to see YOO Home: the first furniture collection from the luxury hotel and residential interior design company. It features an array of exclusive pieces by YOO Studio, British luminaries such as Bethan Gray and Russell Pinch, and other international design houses. There’s also a clever in-store interior design system, YOO Styler, which can create a 3D visualization of your interior scheme with scaled images of YOO Home furniture in place.
Now city dwellers in bijou spaces can enjoy the homely comforts of an Aga. The new City 60 is just 60cm wide and mounted on wheels, so it’s portable and perfect for apartments and flats, featuring two ovens and a versatile hot plate. Available in 14 colours from September, from £4,995.