Like a huge abstract painting, the Sumi wallpaper has a large pattern repeat. From the Momentum collection by Harlequin, a roll costs £59. See it at the Harlequin showroom at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, Lots Road, SW10. London stockists include John Lewis.
Fresh, bright geometrics are hand screen printed onto organic cotton using non-toxic organic inks, so even a considered design can have a quirk. This cushion costs £38, complete with pad from www.rolfeandwills.com
Storage ideas needn’t be boring with this Criss Cross shelving unit (£535) from Barker and Stonehouse. Fun and dynamic it’s an eye-catching way to take care of the clutter in a living space. Visit www.barkerandstonehouse.co.uk
The floor has it
The new Illusion 2015 collection of rugs by Deirdre Dyson softens angles and lines with shaded wool and silk. This dazzling design is Pinnacle. It can be made to order to any size and in a wide choice of colours, from about £895m sq. See it at 602 Kings Road, SW6; or visit www.deirdredyson.com
A Northern industrial landscape, complete with pylons and gasometers, prompted Leeds-based Anthony Hughes to make gritty, angled images for digitally printed wallpapers, cotton cushions and drum lampshades. All cushion covers are cotton, 43cm sq. Price of ￡58 includes a duck feather pad; buy from www.anthony-hughes.co.uk
Inspired by diamond-etched metal, the Knurled rug by Deadgood has a hand-knotted pile in wool. £1,000; 140cm diameter. Deadgood’s pop-up shop is open March 2 to 31 at Riverside Walk, Sea Containers House, SE1; see www.deadgoodltd.co.uk.
New from Finnish glass master Iittala (www.iittala.com) are these diamond-shaped Ruutu vases, designed by the celebrated Parisians, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec — the name means diamond in Finnish. Each vase takes seven craftsmen 24 hours to produce by hand. Prices are from about £79 to £229 at Skandium; visit www.skandium.com.
Six bends of seamlessly welded tubular steel support the sturdy oak top of the Olly stool, which has won a Design Guild Mark. “Bowling ball” holes in the top (which also comes in ash or walnut) create a hand-hold for moving the stool around. Price is from £195. By young Northampton designers, David Lord and Ben Frost of Junction Fifteen; www.junctionfifteen.com.
In his lifetime, Milanese artist Piero Fornasetti drew more than 350 versions of soprano Lina Cavalieri, a 19th-century opera singer. Now his son, Barnaba, has an atelier in Milan where craftsmen add Piero's imagery to china, furniture, glass and more. This Fornasetti Viso wall clock, 30cm in diameter, is £240. Visit www.milkconceptboutique.com
Make a whimsical cornice with this new wallpaper border called Paddy & Louis. They're the designer's two cats on a printed border, with a little mouse making its escape to one side. Rolls with three repeats of the design measure 7m long by 34cm and cost £72. From Cole & Son. Visit www.cole-and-son.com
Neatly dressed in formal shirt and tie is Ron the Koala, as imagined by Jamie Mitchelle who cofounded the Ohh Deer illustrators' "co-operative" to create amusing quirky gifts and accessories by talented artists. This cushion costs £34.95 and measures 43cm square. It's printed on washable faux suede, with fibre insert. Visit www.ohhdeer.com
Chic & collectable
French brand Ibride has a cult following for its surreal imagery of aristocratic animals printed on to wooden laminate trays. Collectors hang them on the wall. The large rectangular rabbit tray measures 65cm x 47cm and costs £120. The smaller Lion tray measures 54cm x 51cm and costs £85. Available from Liberty, W1 or visit www.padhome.co.uk for more stockists.
Dutch interior designer Piet Hein Eek puts fragmented images of masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam on to furniture, using a new technology for printing on wood. These stools arrive packed flat, with three slot-together tapered legs. They cost £169 each. Visit shop.padhome.co. uk
Designer Philip Watts casts metal into fanciful largescale door handles such as this striking Eagle Wing, which is 100cm long. It costs £834 in aluminium, £1,490 in brass or bronze, and £1,528 in aged brass or bronze. Other designs include a Dali-esque pair of lips, a skull, woodland twigs and a somewhat sinister-looking gun. Visit www.philipwattsdesign.com
London designer Andy Hau's debut soft furnishings collection includes this cushion cover, The Fox and the Lost Soldier, printed on unbleached canvas. Three other fox-related designs are available, £30 each. Visit www.ahadesignshop.tictail.com
Four craftspeople will turn The New Craftsmen in Mayfair into a workshop from February 3. See the work of Laura Carlin, Stuart Carey, Catarine Riccabon and Lola Lely, who makes these solid timber Potluck stools for £875. Visit www.thenewcraftsmen.com
Latest lighting from US interiors chain West Elm includes droplet glass pendants, smart chevron-pattern lamps, and a range of coloured Perch table lamps, £59. Visit www.westelm.co.uk
The DLM Table is made from powdercoated steel by HAY, the fabulous Danish brand that arrives on the fourth floor at Liberty in Regent Street next month. Suitable for indoors and out, it costs £140 and also comes in black, grey, lavender, mint, powder, racing green or white. Visit www.liberty.co.uk
Artist Linda Hasking uses her own photography to underpin designs including her new Cloud Rococo wallpaper, based on a single shot of summer clouds in Berkshire.
Rolls are priced at £99 while panels 52cm by 300cm metres are £40.
This simplified wave print called Koru, by much-travelled Michelle Kent, is based on a Maori motif found in New Zealand. Newly launched in London, it is printed on a range of homewares, from £7.50 for a napkin to £75 for a bone china teapot.
It's raining mugs
Eleanor Stuart is a London illustrator with a witty touch — spot the little people in her "Tiny" collection of printed ceramics, made in Stoke-on-Trent. This is the Raining mug, which costs £15. From the shops in the Royal Festival Hall and on Festival Terrace at the Southbank Centre, SE1.
A Turner sky
The nation's favourite painting, by Joseph Mallord William Turner, as voted for in a Radio 4 poll — The Fighting Temeraire — hangs in the National Gallery but is printed on a cushion, 50cm by 40cm, which costs £34.99 with a fibre filling, or £38.99 with a feather pad. Made in London, with free delivery.
The storm to come
Tesco's large handmade blue-dipped jug, creating the waves of a stormy tropical sea, costs £15. Buy online at www.tesco.com, and collect from your local store after 3pm (free service).
Send in the clouds
North London stylist Abigail Edwards' wallpaper is printed in Lancashire at one of the last remaining traditional mills with hand-mixed inks that are non-toxic and water-based. The Storm Clouds wallpaper comes as a roll measuring 10½ metres by 52cm, and costs £75.
The wind whips up
Making their debut at Déco Off, the prestigious Paris décor event, are the fantastically detailed Whimsical wallpapers by British label Cole & Son. This design is called Columbus, a finely engraved sea print that comes in two colourways. At 68½cm, this paper is wider than the normal 52cm.
New in Paris for spring, from the leading London wallpaper brand Osborne & Little, is this dramatic seascape called Marmara, which costs £68 a roll.
A sea of dreams
Sleep in a sea of dreams, snuggled up shipshape in a Whitby bed set by London design duo Mini Moderns. Duvet covers come in three sizes and have button fastenings. A double size costs £75, with a set of two pillowcases at £28. There's also a matching lampshade which costs £75.