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What's New In Interiors This Month
April 2022
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New releases, hot trends and all the interiors news you need

From colourful furniture to exotic prints, here’s what to have on your radar in April.
Revival by Design Left: Neptune Right: Revival by Design

A dresser is an investment piece, offering storage and display space as well as a focal point for the room. Choose a timber one and it’ll age beautifully, and you can refresh the paint, handles and move it around the house as the years go by. Suffolk dresser, £3,675 Neptune, York and Aberford and at Bridgewater Interiors, Gateshead and Wylam

It’s not always easy to find the perfect chair or sofa which is why Revival by Design have introduced their bespoke and customised upholstery service, designed specifically for you and all handmade by artisans in the UK. Revival by Design, Goole

Emma j shipley
from loft to loved

1 Zambezi silk cushion, £105
Now That’s Something hot pink velvet cushion, £45 From Loft to Loved, Sedgefield
Cross stitch pink cushion, £24.99 Homesense, branches regionwide Left: Karpet Mills Right: Vanessa Arbuthnott

The new Velvet collection from Brintons has a denser pile, and is soft and tactile to the touch. It comes in 20 colours, including this Benedict Cream. Brintons at Karpet Mills, branches regionwide

The Forest collection from Vanessa Arbuthnott takes inspiration (perhaps unsurprisingly) from the natural world, with prints inspired by ferns, woods, lichen and moss. 

The Home Company

The rise of reading corners is a trend we can really get on board with. This chic and compact feature chair with oak legs is the spot-on solution for boudoir book lovers. From £299 The Home Company, Skipton

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