These colourful interiors trends from Selfridges are sure to elevate and brighten spaces at home. This seasons’
home trends include Nigerian inspired textiles, speckled Italian Murano glass and throws made from recycled cotton featuring abstract takes on the human form.
Homeware Trends 2021: Fresh Prints
Yinka Ilori is a London based multidisciplinary artist of a British-Nigerian heritage who specialises in storytelling by fusing his British and Nigerian heritage to tell new stories in contemporary design. He began his practice in 2011
up-cycling vintage furniture, inspired by the traditional Nigerian parables and West African fabrics that surrounded
him as a child. Ilori designed three of Selfridges’ Project Earth window displays in 2020. His homeware range
includes cushions and tableware.
Homeware Trends 2021: Primary Colours
Maison Dada was born out of the wild dream to inject a dose of Dadaism into everyday life. Maison Dada develops
furniture, lighting, rugs and accessories with a desire to create the unexpected from ordinary objects and the will to
harmonize dreams and reality.
Homeware Trends 2021: Design Classic(al)
Dutch design company pols potten reaches thousands of years back in time for its inspiration for these vases. This
set of four is inspired by ancient Rome, which, as well as inventing concrete and conquering much of the known
world, also made very handsome pottery. pols potten takes those classic silhouettes and distils them into something
distinctly modern. Made from powder-coated metal.
Homeware Trends 2021: Murano Glass
Milan-based label Stories of Italy is known for creating beautiful mouth-blown Murano glass pieces, designed by its
own in-house glassmaker who specialises in a traditional ‘macia’ technique. The range of speckled glasses and
vases boasts striking colourways achieved through layering pigments into molten glass — each piece requiring four
hours at a time to create.
Homeware Trends 2021: Getting into shape
Slowdown Studio was founded by Australian designer Marc Hendrick in East LA in 2015. Discovering emerging
and established artists from across the globe, collaboration is at the heart of Slowdown Studio. These throws, which
are made with recycled cotton, are each designed by a different artist and inspired by the human form.
Homeware Trends 2021: Plisse
Northern Italian architect Michele De Lucchi, who is the nominated Professor at the Design Faculty of the
Politecnico di Milano (The Polytechnic University of Milan), designs Alessi’s Plisse range to his usual exacting
standards. Crafted from thermoplastic resin, this blender is defined by sculptural lines that show his experimental aesthetic and eye for detail.