The Interior Edit: Products May 2019
Upgrade your interior designs this month with the latest product releases, collection launches and designer collaborations. Featuring unique dying techniques for durable yet design-led wallcoverings, the art of flowing dining tables to meet evolving needs and high-end bathroom fittings combined with artisanal know-how and the latest technological advances.
Newmor’s Spring launches this year are all about playing with light – inky ethereal prints and shifting, gleaming block textures. All of the new designs are wide-width fabric backed vinyl wallcoverings suitable for commercial interiors and high traffic areas. Rising Tide showcases soft painterly horizontal plumes. Inspired by dying techniques that bleed and spread into ethereal overlapping gradients. Reminiscent of ocean waves or rolling early morning fog, the subtle colour shifts in brush strokes resemble the way light dances and floats across a misty landscape. Available in both matte and shimmering mylar colourways in a soft natural colour palette.
A statement freestanding bath is a wonderful centrepiece for any bathroom, providing a splash of colour or added intrigue to the space. Wow your client by opting for a piece with a striking finish, such as the new Wenlock marble-effect double-ended bath from Heritage Bathrooms. If space is a concern, why not pair it with Heritage’s new Caversham wall-hung furniture. The modern take on a traditional aesthetic looks beautiful and maximises the available space. It’s also available in three on-trend finishes, Ivory Lace, Graphite and Dove Grey. You can explore Heritage’s extensive range of beautiful bathroom products in their new brochure.
Living in a digital age, our living spaces are constantly evolving to meet the needs of today and tomorrow. Understanding these needs, NAOS encapsulates Italian craftsmanship and moving mechanisms to create the art of flowing tables.
The “Zeus” extendable dining table is as strong and intelligent as its name suggests. The painted steel legs too, are arranged in a manner that reminds you of Zeus’s lightning bolt. The table is equipped with an easy mechanism that allows the glass or ceramic top to extend laterally in synchronised movement. It’s indeed a table that lets you make the best use of your dining space while stimulating the senses with its beauty and practicality. To make the experience even better, this futuristic dining table is also available with a remote controlled system.
THG Paris’s desire to maintain a fresh and evolving aesthetic through unique designer collaborations is continued in their latest collaboration with Xavier Cartron: a French architect who specialises in projects in the Middle East. An integral part of ‘Nihal’s’ DNA is expressing this dialogue between cultures and the mixing of tones and materials which are associated with each. ‘Nihal’ is inspired by the landscapes, marquetry and rich tones and textures found across Moorish architecture in the Eastern hemisphere. Named after a star in the Lepus constellation symbolising spring water, artisanal know-how and technological
advances lie at the heart of THG Paris’s new ‘Nihal’ collection.
Manufactured in collaboration with Maison Havilland, ‘Nihal’ was produced after eighteen months of research and development, with the final result requiring a total of eleven manufacturing steps. Crafted in Limoges porcelain, the braces reject the traditional scrollwork of Middle. This desire to imbue ‘Nihal’ with a certain diversity is anchored through five colourful versions (green, blue, ivory, black) and metal, because Xavier Cartron wanted the design to have a “timeless aesthetic, meaning it can be part of many universes: contemporary and classic”.
MeThD incorporates Mark Taylor Design (MTD) design elements borne out of over 20 years’ expertise curated to produce 3 custom kitchen ranges and an innovative movable island. All of which are available with a number of bespoke adaptations. MeThD combines the quality, beauty and aftercare of bespoke with the affordability, speed of production and ease of installation that befits a custom range.
With MeThD, MTD are leading the trend for movable island units. You can simply wheel this piece of furniture into place anywhere in this open-plan kitchen.