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COLOUR ME HAPPY
A vibrant palette is at the heart of Manuel Canovas’
2019 collection. Delving into the work of Matisse, the
fabric and wallpaper house has created a joyful blend
of modern decorative motifs,including Villars in Corail,
£130m, shown here on the curtains. Withembroidered
rosettes, it’s available in four colourways.

SHINE ON
Rosi de Ruig celebrates the
best of British craft with her
high-gloss lacquer lamps.
The beechwood bases are
turned in the UK, while the
high-gloss paint is applied in
London. Top them off with
one of Rosi’s handmade
decorative paper shades.
They come in a choice of
pretty patterns, including
marbled and botanical.
Prices from £125 for the
glossy lamps and from
£55 for the shades.

WEAVE A STORY
Wicker is having a renaissance,
thanks in part to Anthony
Watson and Benoît Rauzy of
Atelier Vime. This duo fell for the
material when they moved to
Vallabrègues in Provence, known
for its wicker-making tradition.
After collecting 20th-century
pieces, they’ve launched their
own designs, including this Fish
Scale screen, H160xW166cm,
from £4,860, available at The
Invisible Collection.

WORLD VIEW
Interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard has a
string of accolades and his flair for mixing global
motifs in glamorous settings has earned him a second
collaboration with The Rug Company. There are five
designs inspired by North Africa, Palm Springs and
the Sixties. This one is South Ridge, from £2,902.

FLOOR SHOW
Create a seamless
transition from inside
to out with Tile Giant’s
new collection of
premium porcelain tiles
in collaboration with
Homes & Gardens. Available
in 9.5mm thickness for
indoors and 20mm for
outdoors, there are a host
of looks to catch your eye –
from wood to concrete. We
love the chic Axis designs
shown here, from £34.99sq m.

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