Picture crackling fires, moody colour palettes and comforting materials. Dreamy, right? This September, we’re all about creating spaces, which ooze a cosy feeling.
As the October issue of Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms is out, it’s time to go through our monthly news roundup. Scandinavian style is a go-to this Autumn Winter 2023 season – from Sofa.com‘s collaboration with Reena Simon, which is perfect for a cosy snug, to Hush Kitchens‘ new range.
Love stripes? Bert & May has launched a new tile collection to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Moving onto the bathroom, Clearwater Interiors has unveiled an exciting range with a spa-like feel for AW23. Last but not least, we’re taking a look at Divine Savages‘ upcoming bold and beautiful wallpaper prints, available from October.
Scroll down to explore the latest launches in the interiors industry…
Handmade artisan tile company Bert & May is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the launch of the Striped tile collection. Available in three widths – Wide, Midi and Skinny – the solutions can be customised in bespoke colourways. Create a fun – and your own unique – design by mixing and matching different slabs.
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For autumn, Clearwater Interiors is releasing a new bespoke collection of baths, showers, brassware and furniture. Thanks to the spa-like functions, such as the innovative velvet rain, cascade and icicle drop shower options, the range is ideal for creating a tranquil retreat in your bathroom.
Cosy and comfortable
Design a cosy snug this autumn with Romy, Sofa.com’s latest launch in collaboration with Reena Simon, founder of Hygge for Home website. Oozing Scandi vibes, the modules are available separately, so you can customise your own sofa design, and in three neutral fabrics including smart linen and chunky weave.
Reena’s top tips for achieving the hygge aesthetic…
“For the living space focus on a sense of togetherness. Create cosy nooks with modular flexible seats and areas to retreat to that are accommodating and cosy enough to lounge like the Romy sofa which has depth and featherlike cushions and wide arms to rest or lie on.
“Focus on simplicity, comfort, and warmth. A cosy ambience can be created by using soft, neutral colours throughout the spaces. Choose textiles which are tactile such as cushions made from fabrics like smart linens and chunky weaves in earthy tones.”
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We love Hush Lugn, the new kitchen concept by Hush Kitchens, which oozes Scandinavian style. The sleek units, pictured in Stable Green by Paint & Paper Library, are available in a wide range of shades and materials.
Featuring a unique “peanut design”, the cabinets are slotted together without the need for screws. The new range is ideal for achieving a cosy and warm open-plan scheme.
Have fun exploring colour and pattern with Rewilding – the new wallpaper collection from Divine Savages. Four of the five wallcoverings are printed on eco-paper. Drawing inspiration from nature, the designs feature botanical motifs in a range of dreamy colourways.