New In: The Latest Materials, Fixtures and Fittings

There are always new materials, fixtures and fittings being released. Here we highlight some of our favourites from the last few months

Stitched Wool Blinds

Part of a collection of curtains and blinds from, a startup dedicated to sustainable and recycled textiles, this blind range is designed to bring a modern twist to a traditional home staple. Ideal for residential projects where sustainability is key, the collection will be launching officially at London Design Fair in September.

Carronade Luminaire Series

A collection of lamps from Le Klint, Carronade combines wood and aluminium to create a series of pendants and free-standing designs that are industrial yet warm. Drawing inspiration from 18th century cannon designs, the lamps are available in a selection of shades, with wood details in either oak or walnut, with gold-colour brass or silver elements.

Chi Eco Bamboo Basin

Set for a full launch in September, but available in a limited pre-sale at present, the Chi Eco Bamboo Basin from Lovasi is an ideal option for projects where wellness and sustainability is key. A freestanding wash basin made of 100% bamboo sealed with a waterproof varnish, the product is ideal for both residential and commercial projects.

Scales Light Panel

Designed to simultaneously function as decoration and acoustic panelling, Scales Light is part of a selection of cork panels from Magna Natura. Featuring a raw, frenzied finish, the panel is also available in a darker shade, and is ideal for projects where sustainability and natural materials are key.

Recycled HDPE Plastic Sheets

Ideal for a host of surface applications, Weez & Merl’s recycled HDPE plastic sheets elevate plastic to a sustainable, luxury material. By reapplying woodworking skills, the company has developed unique techniques to turn waste products such as plastic bags into striking surfaces with marble-like patterns.