Interiors: Make your house a home

Discover what 2023 holds for the world of interiors – we round up the latest trends.

Yes Colours

The Spice of Life

Fresh young paint brand YesColours introduces its latest hue, Loving Orange. Evoking pigment rich cone piles of spices found in India and Morocco, the burnt orange shade proves a warming colour pop, whether it covers walls, furniture pieces or funky kitchen cabinets.

This is a brand fi ercely committed to bringing joy through colour, being planet-kind, challenging conventional supply chains, and keeping things local with a focus on supporting both suppliers and communities. Contemporary colour with a conscience.

From £21 (

Drippin' Zeb Boho1325

Abstract Animalia

Maximalist design studio, Bobo1325 introduces its latest wallpaper offering. Drippin’ Zeb features a dazzle of zebras with paint seemingly dripping down the wall, overlapping and merging, creating an eye-catching repeat pattern of stripes on stripes. But while these majestic creatures are famously black and white, here, the colourway is softened with off-white cream on a background of midnight blue. Create a stand-out feature chimney breast wall or choose to go wild with maximum coverage.

£180 per roll (

Aaron Hales trays

Tray Chic

Aaron Hales founded his eponymous London studio in 2014 with a clear design ethos: artisanship, narrative, and tradition. In a bold move away from his signature luxury silks, the designer’s latest focus is on leather, with a new collection of beautifully handcrafted trays. Ideal for jewellery and trinkets, these covetable pieces make a stylish tabletop accessory – and each one has its own unique story, from the romantic Chinoiserie style of the Aviary leather tray, to the folk art roots of the Tulip. Trust us, you’ll want to collect them all.

£145 (

Alma pendant BTC

Seeing Stars

Original BTC’s new Alma pendant features a delicately perforated bone china shade that throws dots of light onto ceilings and walls, giving the effect of a starry night sky. It is the result of a dream collaboration between the brand’s director Charlie Bowles and Swedish interior designer Beata Heuman. The bell-shaped light, which is suspended from Original BTC’s signature sand cotton braided cable, comes in a choice of three tonal colourways: seaweed, natural and coral, each with a hand-painted base. Whether hung solo, or lined up in threes, the pendant brings instant Scandi warmth.

£489 (