This large 12-lamp pendant measures 75cm in diameter, and plugs into the mains (all fittings included).
£60 a square metre
Craters On The Moon mural by James Nasmyth and James Carpenter, from the British Library Collection at Surface View.
From £21 a square foot
Dreaming of celestial landscapes, artist Rachel Cope marbles this Night wallpaper using traditional Japanese and Turkish techniques. Her design is then digitally printed with no set repeat, so it looks like a mural. Lighting is by Tom Dixon.
This Starlight rug has a wool flatweave in a choice of six colours and two sizes.
£375 a square metre
Luna painted limestone flooring is from Decorum Est, SW6.
New homes are the brightest stars of London's West End
Dutch designer Edward van Vliet's printed nylon Moooi Celestial carpet, 350cm diameter, can be seen at The White Building, W10. www.moooi.com.
Say it with a stripe: This eye catching black-and-white striped Mogg T-Chair must be the ultimate mono statement. Launched in Milan and designed by Annebet Philips from the Netherlands, it is made with ash. Available in solid colours too is is hand painted to order. £840 stripes, or £450 for one solid colour, from Go Modern.
Hand it over: Snap up a Mexican hand-embroidered cushion, seen here in pink, £70, or multicoloured, £57, by Montes & Clark. Opens tomorrow at 20th Century Theatre, 291 Westbourne Grove W11.
Metallic moments: gold is going to be big in homeware by autumn. French Bedroom Company has jumped the gun with a gleaming gold-glazed porcelain side table in a pattern of circles and squares. 46cms high.
From £36 to £72
Mix and match: London potter Linda Bloomfield’s lovely new collection of ceramic vases, jugs and bottles come in on-trend shades of grey, mustard and off-white and are inspired by the paintings of Italian artist Giorgio Morandi.
Sitting comfortably: British made-to-order furniture maker Arlo & Jacob has just opened its first showroom in a former Victorian ice cream factory in Fulham. Lots of parking, the free tea and the design service are among reasons to visit. We love this Helena sofa in Jenson Stripe, and available in two sizes as a formal or scatter back.
This beautiful hand-bound hemp palm broom from Japan is one of many reasons to visit Native & Co, a new lifestyle store specialising in artisan and everyday Japanese and Taiwanese homewares. Think oriental Labour & Wait.
£85 - £280
Vintage kantha bedspreads add instant colour to beds and sofas and are available from the brand Rebecca’s Aix Home, named after Rebecca’s love of Aix en Provence where her love of linens and fabrics comes from. One of 90 exhibitors at the Selvedge Spring Fair this Saturday at the Chelsea Town Hall. 11am-5pm.
Touch the sleek aluminium base and the Panama hat lights up. Philippe Starck’s new Chapo light is both dimmable and wearable, as the hat is real. One of several witty new designs at lighting design company Flos.
Visit the What is Luxury exhibition at the V&A and Collect at the Saatchi, then call into the luxury stores throughout the Brompton Design District, all showcasing new collections, including Alfredo Haberli’s glass vase for George Jensen at Skandium (pictured) in celebration of London Craft Week. 7 – 10 May.
Restoration Station is a new project set up by the Spitalfields Crypt Trust in Shoreditch, training people in recovery in new skills such as furniture restoration. Items given a new lease of life include this vintage dressing table with mirror.
Ex RCA textiles graduate Laura Slater scores a direct hit with her lovely new collection of bold, abstract cushions, hand printed onto linen with a piped edge and tea towels £15. From Unique & Unity.
Putting an eye-catching spin on simple folk-style florals is a new porcelain line called Beatrix at Oliver Bonas. The espresso coffee cups are £27.50 for a boxed set of four.
The Acid Pastel collection is new for spring from radiator firm Bisque. It has a wide range of designs, such as the Classic in Lemon, from £359; Archibald in Rose, from £665; Blok in Steel Blue, from £459; and the Arteplano in Light Green, from £582.
King of retro Wayne Hemingway has added a Fifties twist to this tier of Carnival cake tins, which cost £20 for three at unique & unity.
These printed hexagonal paper plates are perfect for parties and come in packs of 12 for £3.99 from Candle & Cake.
This vintage chair reupholstered by Amy Cawson of Florrie + Bill is in Northmore fabric by Rachel Parker of Flock Design Collective, Stoke Newington, which promotes new textile talent. The chair costs £595.
Smart Tropic wallpaper has a fashionable medley of pastel designs — paste it up for an instant spring update. Created by London designer Kirath Ghundoo, it costs £95 a roll, W52cm x L10m.
Kirkby Design’s Atom collection features bold prints on brushed cotton that’s great for upholstery. It costs £29.50 a metre in a range of patterns and colours.
A new collection from Brighton wallpaper designer Louise Body is full of geometrics, such as the Peggy Tile/Coral wallpaper, above. Papers cost £75 a roll and measure W52cm x L10m. Co-ordinating fabrics are on a hard-wearing mix of linen and cotton at £55 a metre.
This graphic woven cushion, 50cm square with an orange circle design, is made from wool and cotton. It costs £65 from independent design shop Folklore in Upper Street N1.
Casas is a pattern inspired by traditional Spanish houses. This cushion, at W55cm x H33cm, has a digitally printed front on a linen and cotton mix. It costs £45 from Chocolate Creative.
Large, round Life is Beautiful cushion, 35cm diameter, cotton cover, oversize tassles and polyester pad, £16. Cotton Flower Cart cushion, 40cm x 40cm, and Sewing Machine cushion, 45cm x 45cm, both with polyester pad, £20 each. Demi floor lamp with blue shade, 157cm high, £135. Bennett wing armchair in a stout cotton, £699. Blue Small Bird plaque, £15. All at Bhs.
Rose plate, £3.49, and embroidered table mat, £4.99. Folk plate, small, £3.49, large, £3.99. Faux flowers, £4.99, all at Homesense stores.
Hand-embroidered cushion covers are made in organic cotton by the Otomi community in Mexico, with motifs based on ancient wall art. Price £45 without a pad, size 50cm x 40cm. From Mayalma.
Illustrator Harriet Taylor Seed’s Four Seasons table mats are £9.50 each, or you can buy a set of four for £35. From Beast in Show.
Designer Jamie Graham was inspired by Suzani fabric to cover a limited-edition chair. There are 40 pieces at £450 each. From Graham and Green.
London designer Karolin Schnoor’s Fable range is now on Royal Doulton, with plates, mugs, platters and more. The Red Tree mug is £7.
Hotel decorating legend Kit Kemp includes the Rabbit Folkthread Rug in flatweave cotton in her new collection curated for Anthropologie. Measuring 5ft x 7ft, it costs £498.