Best interiors buys for extroverts
Love the interiors at Aynhoe Park and The Crazy Bear? Maximalism is back, baby - here's our wish list to help you nail the trend.
Move over Scandi minimalism, there’s a new interiors trend on the block. More is more, and we couldn’t be happier. Case in point: this ginormous giraffe chandelier we spotted online at Courthouse Interiors.
I mean, who doesn’t need one of these bad boys in their hallway? Just make sure you’ve checked your ceiling height first, he’s pretty tall at 2.65m.
More maximalism this way…
Clashing colours, fabulous fringing and unlined to allow maximum light to filter through – these handmade-in-the-UK silk lampshades from Beau Vamp are a dead cert for adding interest to your space. Hot pink for us, please.
No more boring vases! Ridiculously chic Parisian designer Anissa Kermiche specialises in playful jewellery and household objects that celebrate the female form, including jugs featuring, um, jugs. We’re coveting these bright vases for summer floral arrangements (or indeed wine).
Light it up
No one does bonkers quite like artist Jeff Koons and these balloon dog lamps are very much on-brand. Available from Wayfair – and they’re in the sale!
£136.99 reduced from £159
All a flutter
These ethically farmed butterfly entomology domes would be right at home in a nutty professor’s office and will definitely get people talking. Quirky yet strikingly beautiful, you can find them at Home Barn, based in Marlow, Bucks.
Bold graphics meet a trip to the aviary in this funky (albeit possibly headache inducing) wallpaper from Divine Savages. It’ll make one helluva feature wall, plus a portion of profits are donated to saving endangered species. Aww!
£140 for 6.25 m2
This funky head in the clouds neon art, from Neon Beach, perfectly captures WFH vibes. It comes in nine different colours and there’s loads of other designs too.
Showcasing Far East-inspired furniture and accessories, Orchid has outposts in Hampshire and on the King’s Road in London. These antique-effect bookends will brighten up boring shelves.
Beloved by the glossies (Elle, Grazia) Kitty McCall is instantly recognisable for her bold and graphic prints. This playful pouffe is handmade and inspired by the artist’s travels through America.