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TOP INTERIOR BUYS

Unusual furniture, cocktail bars and designer crockery, this is your guide to a stylish home in Kensington and Chelsea with Jacky Parker’s top interiors picks for November 

1 Luxury furniture company, Living Divani, has arrived at Boffi’s beautiful showroom. With Pierro Lissoni the art director and designer at both companies, the elegantly understated furniture at Living Divani – which includes modular sofas, beds and tables – sits perfectly beside the refined linear kitchens and bathrooms at Boffi. Boffi Chelsea, 254 Brompton Road, SW3 2AS, boffiuk.com

The Rockstar, from £2,999; Buster and Punch

The Rockstar, from £2,999; Buster and Punch

2  Autumnal entertaining just got glamorous with the Rockstar, a scene-stealing whisky-cum-cocktail bar from Buster and Punch. The quirky design company, headed up by maverick architect Massimo Buster Minale, creates pieces for people keen to flaunt their individuality. With two hinged doors that open from above, the Rockstar is available in solid walnut, blackened ash or oak with a sumptuous back panel in grey silk or black leather and elegant brass buttons, from £2,999, busterandpunch.com

Richard Brendon tea set for Fortnum and Mason, from £40

Richard Brendon tea set for Fortnum and Mason, from £40

3  Bring a sense of occasion and contemporary style to afternoon tea with Richard Brendon’s striking new bone china teaware collection for Fortnum and Mason, handmade by artisans in Stoke-on-Trent, from £40, richardbrendon.com

4 Samuel Heath’s latest on-trend collections – the industrial style Fairfield and the Art Deco influenced Style Moderne – come in country bronze, city bronze and non-lacquered brass. Style Moderne Shower, from £4,541, samuel-heath.co.uk

5 Two British design icons have joined forces to create this special edition Anglepoise Type 75 desk lamp. Taking Sir Kenneth Graham’s classic piece, Sir Paul Smith has added his own distinct design handwriting, in the form of a playful palette of deep grey, fuschia, lime, cornflower and clay, giving it a quirky and colourful update – with this cool addition to your workspace, it may be far too tempting to burn the midnight oil. £149, anglepoise.com

 

 

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