Design trends: provocative homeware

As Agent Provocateur announces their new home range will hit shops later this year, we find the latest "provocative" interiors trends, from sexy boudoir wallpaper to curvy cast-iron baths
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Agent Provocateur
launches its first home range which will go into stores later this year. Think sexy silk bedlinen in pink and black to match your lingerie, plus towels, throws and soft furnishings with more to follow, designed with some help from bedlinen specialists Christy.
The new South Bank Centre Festival Shop
stocks beautiful bits and pieces by designers from the Cockpit Arts as well as everything you ever wanted from the Festival of Britain. Jen Rowland’s cushions, from £38 to £58. See
Farrow and Ball
continues its takover of the metropolis with another new store at 90 High Street, Wimbledon, SW10 (0208 605 2099). See
Fancy updating your bathroom with some posh new fittings? CP Hart has just the ticket at its two new stores at 223-225 Westbourne Park Road W11 or 63-65 Fulham Road SW6. See
Teapots to Tapestries is a summer selling exhibition at Fortnums celebrating British craftsmen, starting this week until 29 July, including Jonathan Harris’s cameo glass vase (£19,050). See
Northumberland-based vintage home store RE-Found is doing a pop-up shop on the 4th floor at Liberty’s, Regent Street, W1, until mid August, selling its trademark mix of old and new, including these butterfly plates (£23 each). Call 01434 634567, or visit
Lulu Guinness
has turned her iconic clutch handbag designs into the Clerkenwell Clutch, a life-sized pin installation for Clerkenwell Design Week, 24 - 26 May. See
has just extended its Cheslea showroom opening a new wing for its bespoke collection., Unit 35 Chelsea Wharf, 15 Lots Road, SW10. See

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