Fifties Fling Designed by Sara Mondaini Grace, this stunning sideboard was inspired by the style prevalent in the 1950s, with small feet raising it from the floor, rounded corners finished in a cotton-candy pink and bronzed cane-looking fronts. 

Grace Pink sideboard by Officine Tamborrino, Artemest.com, Dh11,010

Wall flower This stunning collection of self-adhesive, removable wallpaper (great for renters!) from Tempaper is 100% free of lead, phthalates and VOCs. The Chinoiserie collection is a gorgeous custom-printed line of patterns drawing inspiration from the centuries-old aesthetic of the same name.

Canopy Metallic Champagne, Chinoiserie Collection, Tempaperdesigns.com, Dh55 per panel

Sound check The sleek new Beoplay A1 is a portable Bluetooth speaker for music and calls. Great sound is paired with stylish design, available in three shades: chestnut, tan and peony (seen below).

Beoplay A1, Bang & Olufsen, Dh1,080

Shape up Designed by relatively young studio Nava+Arosio, for Italian brand Rubelli Casa, the playful geometry of these Pablo Piano tables is inspired by the paper art of origami. The sculptural pieces in polyurethane are available in turquoise, cream, oxide red and grey matte lacquer finish. There are also versions with cushion tops covered with Rubelli fabrics that can be coordinated with other items in the Piano Collection, creating a play on different height effects.

Pablo piano tables, Rubelli, Dh5,329 each

Laying around Make a colourful statement with this contemporary rug designed by London-based design duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby. The design can be interpreted in many ways... perhaps you see buildings and skyscrapers jostling for space, inspired by living in Dubai. Or you may see the fingers of coral reefs reaching out to explore; and with coral being Pantone’s colour of the year, the rug is an even better fit for our homes. 

Homegrown Red rug, The Rug Company, Dh6,300 (5X3m) / Dh29,624 (10x8m)

Egg-citing! Coming as a set of three stacked eggs, you can “crack” the top one off to reveal the others! Each egg is made from hand-poured acrylic in a mesmerising multi-coloured swirling design.

Jonathan Adler acrylic stacked eggs, Ounass.ae, Dh920

A new aura York Furnishings’ new Aura fabric collection features statement designs that make for fabulous drapes, wall panels and screens, if you want to add character and colour to your space (pictured below, on the screen). For a more timeless appeal, check out the collection’s toned down, chic and discreet fabrics (seen on the chairs) that are perfect for upholstering and updating soft furnishings around the home, such as sofas, chairs and headboards.

A range of new textiles from York Furnishings

 

Read more from InsideOut magazine: 

7 Ways renters can add colour to their homes 

11 Style updates to refresh your bathroom

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