House Style

Latest launches, luxurious new lines and eye-catching trends



Heritage furniture makers ercol cements its stance on sustainability with a commitment to natural, British-made fabrics and eco-friendly fills. Founded in 1837, Abraham Moon uses only sustainably sourced yarns at their Yorkshire factory, while Ian Mankin produces fabrics made exclusively from natural, recycled, or certified organic fibres in their Lancashire mill. You’ll find cushioning made with 100 per cent recycled plastic bottles in the iconic, angular Aldbury chair.

From £1,340 (  


Artisanal furniture makers Pilgrim introduce their latest collection, Weft. Designed and handmade in-house by founder Paul Staden, the wall-hung cabinets and open shelving units feature intricately woven backs that are as functional as they are pleasing in form. In natural prime oak or homegrown ash, they will bring quiet beauty to the contemporary kitchen – or any room where you want to display and store your treasures.

From £399 (

Sophie Cooney


With a new west London showroom and a growing global audience, Sophie Cooney Runners is making strides. The brand is the original creator of contemporary, Kilim inspired flat weaves crafted for statement staircases. Meticulously hand-woven and featuring graphic pattern and vibrant colour, these are characterful, craft-driven carpets – and they are entirely covetable.

From £385 per m (


Stylish Seasoning Take 5

  1.  Brass salt & pepper mill set, £118
  2. Sara Miller Chelsea
    salt & pepper set, £27.50 (
  3. Tahiti salt & pepper mills, £64.99
  4. Bellow salt & pepper grinder, £40 (
  5. Copper heart serving set, £37.95 (