Corinne Julius

Nine of the best: drinks trolleys

Since its Seventies heyday, the humble trolley has been pushed up against the wall — but now it is returning to centre stage...

Exhibition: 100 years of the way we’ve lived in London

The Geffrye Museum of home design is marking its centenary with a cutting-edge new show that takes inspiration from William Morris’s quote, ‘Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be beautiful or believe to be useful.'

Heals: Discover Craft

A modern market at Heal's Tottenham Court Road store featuring the best of contemporary craft by innovative designers and artisans.

Learn from design's Dynamic Duo

Barber Osgerby, an award-winning team famous for their sleek homeware and the Olympic torch, are on a mission to make us think.

Design trends: illusions

You might not be able to scale the walls at home like you can at Dalston's latest art installation, but you can shapeshift your rooms with fake bookshelves, 'floating' lights and good old trompe l'oeil murals.

Design trends: bronze

Bronze has been used in the home for years - and with it's many styles and forms, this precious heavy metal is more popular than ever

My design London: Alberto Alessi

Alberto Alessi, the godfather of much contemporary design, opens up his London address book to share his favourite shops, designers and manufacturers throughout the capital

London's craft workshops

Handmade homeware by independent designer-makers often cost less than their mass-produced equivalents. We take a look at the best craft fairs in London in the run-up to Christmas