There are lots of exciting new launches in the interiors industry – picture lavender appliances, lush green bed linen, and glazed tiles. The May issue of Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine is out now – and it’s a beauty – so, here is our news roundup.
With spring in full bloom, and an ever-present cup of coffee on my desk, I was excited to sit down, explore the latest launches, and put together our May issue trending pages. For my top five favourites this month, I’ve picked Cosentino‘s new Dekton collection of Italian-style surfaces. Then, the pretty glazed tiles from Fired Earth in collaboration with interior designer Nina Campbell are great for updating your kitchen. Fancy lavender appliances? Well, Everhot‘s range cookers are now available in a new colourway – keep your eyes peeled.
Moving onto the bedroom, what better time to give your space a refresh than now, right? So, we look at Morris + Co’s bed linen available at Bedeck. Last, but not least, if you are team bath, you’re going to love Victoria + Albert Baths‘ new collection.
Ready to take a look at the latest launches? Then let’s begin…
Cosentino has released a new Dekton collection of surfaces – Pietra Kode, developed with designer Daniel Germani. The new collection reinterprets the antique, natural stone used in Italy’s ancient architecture.
Travertine Kode is reminiscent of the stone out of which Rome was built, while the pebbled Ceppo Kode draws inspiration from the Ceppo di Gré stone, often seen in Milan’s architecture. The Vicenza Kode series is available in four warm, earthy colourways and is perfect for spa bathrooms.
Featuring neutral, earthy tones, the range is suitable for walls, floors, worktops, and ceilings, plus it can be used indoors and out.
Add a rustic charm to your bedroom with interiors brand Morris & Co’s new archive-inspired bedding and accessories available at Bedeck. One of my favourites, the green Brophy Embroidery design, made from 100% cotton percale, displays floral and leaf motifs by Arts and Crafts designer Andrew Brophy and May Morris, the daughter of British artist and designer William Morris. Pair it with dainty floral wallpaper, warm wood furniture, and natural textures to complete the look.
I’ve got a new colour crush! Everhot has announced its newest shade – Lavender. Reminiscent of the Provencal fields in the South of France, this soft and serene hue is sure to add a tranquil feeling to your kitchen.
Lavender is gaining popularity this year and proving to be a perfect shade for injecting a pop of colour into your scheme. Choose neutral cabinetry to really make the new range cooker really pop.
Upgrade your bathroom experience with Lussari, Victoria + Albert Baths’ latest collection of three new tubs. The corner, freestanding, and the pictured back-to-wall designs have the same interior shape for a comfortable soak, but come in multiple sizes. To complete the look, the brand has also launched a matching Lussari 55 basin.
All you need is a good book (or our latest issue *wink*), a glass of bubbly, aromatherapy at the ready, and you’ve got your relaxing evening all sorted.
Spring is always a great time for updating your scheme. So, why not revive your space with tile company Fired Earth’s collection in collaboration with interior designer Nina Campbell? Inspired by her archive patterns and drawings as well as her current ranges, the decorative and monochrome tiles ooze the designer’s signature style.
The pictured green and ivory tiles are ideal for taking your kitchen splashback up a notch. Decorate with textiles, crockery, and lighting in the same colourways for a cohesive look.