Fabulous homeware collaborations

A few of our favourite companies have teamed up this autumn with some brilliant results.

Ex-Vogue editors Serena Hood and Lucinda Chambers have spent their careers honing their taste and distinctive styles.  So it’s not too surprising that their new stationery line with Papier which showcases the signature design from their site Collagerie onto a selection of notebooks and notecards works so well.  Combining vibrant and rather autumnal colours, this distinctive stationery will brighten up any desk. Buy it here.

If you’ve ever yearned after something from the design company Antoinette de Poisson but found them too expensive, then you’ll be very happy to hear that their collaboration with Monoprix comes out on December 2nd.  Including cushions, bedlinen, tablecloths, pyjamas, plates and other tableware, it features their distinctive patterns in slightly different colour ways.  We’re sure it will be a sellout so we’d advise that you put the date in your diaries and buy immediately.  Find more details here.


Artist Fee Greening & Wallpaper company CommonRoom have paired up to produce three new wallpaper designs including Climbing Curious, Harlequin Pearl and Twin Flower.  Costing £140 per 10 metre roll, they will also be offered in bespoke colours and will be available from October onwards.  Shop the wallpaper here.

Shrimps & Habitat’s first collaboration was so popular that they are back for a second round launching this October also.  This time it’s inspired by 1970s Palm Springs so think rattan, hand drawn painted patterns and a colour palette of sunshine yellow, vanilla cream and sage green with accents of soft pink and sky blue.  Not just textiles this time, there will also be artworks, furniture and lighting too.  Be the first to know by signing up here.

Fabulous homeware collaborations
— Francesca
16th September 2020

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