EKBB Product Edit: 4th June

Our pick of the best new furniture, homeware and decor on the market

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Here at Essential Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom, our inbox is always overflowing with news about the latest new items for your home, from furniture to ornaments to homeware.

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Every fortnight, the digital team selects a handful of our absolute favourite recent additions. Here’s our latest product edit:

1. Harlow Pendant Light, £2,950, Gabriel Scott

Gabriel Scott Harlow Pendant light

Canadian luxury lighting brand Gabriel Scott has launched online in the UK, a year after opening its London showroom. Online interiors retailer Nest is offering a curated selection of some of the brand’s most iconic and popular products, including its trademark pendant lights and chandeliers.

It’s hard to pick a favourite from the stylish collection, but we’ve got a weakness for the bold geometric lines of the Harlow pendant, available in brass (seen above), nickel and copper.

2. Nux coffee table, £295, Hemming & Wills

Nux coffee table

The Nux coffee table by Hemming & Wills boasts a striking design which deftly combines timeless rustic charm with the sweeping lines of the mid-century modern aesthetic.

A thick grained walnut veneer tabletop sits astride a solid metal base, creating a strong and structured shape which makes it a delightful centrepiece to a living room, or a bold complement to corner sofa.

3. Pipelet cushion, £65, Loaf.com

Pipelet cushion

We love highlighting the latest products on the market, but sometimes we think you should know about last chances, too. Loaf is retiring its beautiful hand-made Pipelet cushions, so you’ll need to move fast to grab one.

The Pipelet design is available in four colour schemes, but we love Winter Sky (shown above). The grainy grey-blue velvet evokes the first light of a morning sky, with the pink trim acting as the beginnings of sunrise.

4. Moonstone dressing table, £8,974, Muranti

Muranti Moonstone dressing table

Now, this is luxury! Inspired by the moonstone gem, the lacquered doors of this dressing table by Portuguese furniture brand Muranti mimic a cabinet – but don’t be fooled. Open the doors to reveal an array of oval mirrors in brushed-brass frames evoking the most indulgent in Art Deco opulence.

The dresser is accompanied by a velvet stool, so you’re ready to settle down and launch into a beauty routine in surroundings inspired by the golden age of glamour. Available in both light (seen above) and dark schemes, all materials can be customised to client specifications.

5. Kapow chair, £747.50, Andrew Martin

Andrew Martin kapow chair
If you like to lend your home decor a fun and funky vibe, the Kapow chair by Andrew Martin is the perfect mission statement. The bubble silhouette and sweeping wings are a throwback to the 70s – in the best possible sense!
Available in four perfectly retro colourways: bananasplit (shown here), fuchsia fizz, grape escape and tangerine dream.

6. Agnes basin, £750, London Basin Company

Agnes basin

Countertop basins are rapidly becoming a must-have for any trend-conscious bathroom renovations, and the London Basin Company are one of our favourite brands for stunning statement basins.

Their latest collection includes some real gems – we especially like the Agnes model, shown above. Inspired by Miami’s pastel art deco architecture, the porcelain basin is patterned in white and gold with a soft pink lemonade interior.

7.  Stone vase, £55, Barker & Stonehouse

Barker and Stonehouse stone vase

We all love Scandi-style decor when its done right, but bringing a neutral palette into your own home can be a daunting proposition – no-one wants to realise their ‘natural’ scheme is actually a bit boring.

One way of keeping your decor interesting with neutral tones is to incorporate different shapes and finishes, and Barker & Stonehouse’s stone vases are a perfect example. Crafted in glossy speckled grey earthenware, with a matte white base, they add texture to any scheme.

8. Oxidised turquoise tile, £4.17 each, Otto Tiles

Oxidized Turquoise Ceramic Tile hexagon

With their aquatic appeal, teals and turquoises are a perennial favourite for bathroom schemes and around kitchen sinks. These hexagonal ceramic tiles, new to Otto Tiles, are an especially glorious example.

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Drawn and painted by hand before glazing, each tile has subtle differences in shade and tone – but put together, the finished effect is one of perfect cohesion.