Fabric November 2019

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INTERIORS

Interiors News To the nines North London duo Natalie Miller and Joanna Griver are Interior Solutions, a design studio whose raison d’être is creating truly beautiful homes – and upping property values in the process. Natalie brings her renovation and refurbishment prowess to the very stylish table, while Joanna shares her passion for colour and texture in interiors – a natural progression from her work in the fashion industry. (interiorsolutions.design)

The female glaze

Danish brand Ferm Living has released a covetable collection of five ceramic platters that celebrate womanhood. Each hand-painted and earthy-toned piece features the female form in a simple silhouette. Crafted from a rustic clay and beautifully glazed, these oversized round plates make an ideal craft-driven centrepiece on the table but can be wall-hung, too. £85 each ( fermliving.com)

A pretty penny

Launching this month, Content by Terence Conran’s Penny table is the furniture piece we never knew we needed. Crafted from warming acacia wood with a cool marble top, the side table offers a heady mix of natural materials and exquisite craftsmanship. Available in two heights, and in black or white, either table is a stand-alone statement piece – but they do make a perfect pair. From £249 (contentbyterenceconran.com)

Boho beauty

Bohemians and maximalists alike should know the name Ian Snow. The brand, now in the hands of daughters Daisy and India Snow, offers a wealth of travel-inspired curiosities across furniture, soft furnishings and accessories, each piece abundant in colour and character. Fresh discoveries include a bijou collection of vibrant, embroidered armchairs with a mid-century kick – Galilahi being our autumnal favourite. £755 (iansnow.com)

5 Woolly wonders

Makrana fuscia throw, £125 (designersguild.com)

Harris Tweed stool, £175 (perchupholstery.com)

Marina throw, from £185 (sohohome.com)

Pompon pouf, £POA, made to order (myk-berlin.com)

Cobweave wool blanket, £52.92 (jamesandmay.co.uk)

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