AW20 homeware spins
From texture and world traveller to ‘grandmillenial’, here’s our edit of new-season accessories to reboot your interiors
Nailing autumn/winter’s texture trend, this statement stool is crafted from Australian and New Zealand curly pearl sheepskin and will add a contemporary touch to any dressing table set-up/dining space. Head to The White Company in Chelmsford to get a real ‘feel’ for the merch before ordering online.
Even the Scandi aesthetic is getting a refresh this season: meet Scandi’s cooler little sister, Graphic Scandi, who boasts similarly clean lines but with a little more colour and lot more edge. Cue, too, this cute mustard-coloured mug from Nkuku (stocked at Dunmow’s The Shopkeeper), which embodies everything we love about the Scandi update in soft-glaze ceramic.
Tapping into the ‘grandmillenial’ look this season (which is, in essence, a botanical update on granny chic), this incredible Sanderson rug from John Lewis, Chelmsford, will add an exotic splash of colour to any space – and do your nan proud in the process. Just don’t let slip how much it costs…
Rocking AW20’s retro revival vibes, this orange-tinted glass decanter from Oliver Bona is heading straight for the bar trolley. Team its ribbed-glass curves with your favourite bottle of vintage and a girl’s night in. (We might even throw in a background screening of Cocktail for good measure.)
World travellers, rejoice: this eclectic trend looks set to run and run and, come winter, you’ll be thrilled to have this boho-style basket to pile your logs/blankets/frost-protected potted plants into. Made from 100 per cent organic jute, it’s available in three sizes (small, medium and large) from Colchester’s Annabelle boutique, but we think Medium is just right.