Top Ten

The best new products to market

Words by Emily Martin

1. BuzziRugs
by BuzziSpace

BuzziSpace has launched its first-ever acoustic rug collection that have sound-absorption qualities. The rugs are crafted with longer thread loops for a softer feel and to allow mobility with wheeled off ice chairs. The back of the rug is made of anti-skid felt to prevent slipping and is finished in a piping outline. The collection is available in small, medium, and round sizes, and in gold, seal, moss, and jean colourways.

2. Framery Pod
by My Work Booth

My Work Booth has launched in Costa Coff ee for bookable workspaces. The pilot scheme will introduce four Framery Pods into Costa locations in London and Manchester, providing a sound-proofed environment for concentrated working and confidential meetings/calls bookable via the My Work Booth app. The booths have amenities for mobile working, as well as filtered air.

3. M|R Walls
by Mario Romano, CDUK and Applelec

Solid surface supplier and bespoke lighting products manufacturer Applelec has partnered with Mario Romano to create a line of multidimensional M|R Walls. M|R Walls are textured, etched and multidimensional wall surfaces made from Corian Solid Surface material. Panels are carved with intricate and endlessly variable gradient patterns, inspired by Romano’s love of nature.

4. Wallpaper
by You by Custhom


New from Custhom is the opportunity to co-design an entirely bespoke, handmade wallpaper design using its Wallpaper by You. With hundreds of combinations to choose from, designed to accommodate all styles and elevate all interiors, customers simply input their specifications online and Custhom does the rest. Each wallpaper is manufactured by hand, using traditional methods and low-impact materials.

5. The Pebbles Collection
by Caesarstone

Caesarstone has launched its latest collection of quartz surfaces called The Pebbles Collection. Inspired by tumbled pebbles commonly associated with nature, the collection features a palette of warm and grey monochromes. Caesarstone’s surfaces are durable, flexible and scratch resistant. The Pebbles Collection has been developed to meet Caesarstone’s 2025 environmental impact pledge.

6. Heirloom
by Deborah Bowness and Hornsea Potteries

Wallpaper artist Deborah Bowness has partnered with Hornsea Potteries on a new limited edition collection of hand-printed wallpapers and borders. Hornsea Potteries has been revived after 21 years and this collaboration centres on the Heirloom pattern, originally designed in 1966, now reimagined by Bowness. The collection features 11 wallpaper designs and four border designs.

7. 119
by Thonet

Designed by Sebastian Herkner, the 119 follows on from the 118, designed for Thonet in 2018. A bentwood frame encloses the seat of the 119, just as the 118 collection, and each is available in a canework or a moulded plywood seat. Herkner has also designed a loose seat cushion for the lounge chair, available on request. The chair comes in the same stain colours and high-gloss lacquers of the 118 collection.

8. Truly
by Bolon

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Truly is the latest flooring collection from Bolon, featuring large patterns, colour effects and ‘hyper texture’. The collection is suitable for public spaces such as offices, to communal areas in the private rent sector. This unique and bold collection is created in-house and shaped around the creative vision of the five women who make up the design team. The range consists of five distinct patterns, each with its own expression and identity.

9. Pax
by David Rockwell and Tecno Design Center

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Tecno introduces Pax, the new cocoon-effect armchair consisting of a tubular metallic basket frame covered by a soft upholstered shell. Inspired by the Ball Chair designed by Eero Aarnio in 1963, Pax reinterprets the design, modernising it for the digital age. With cushions for the neck, back and seat, users can find a comfortable position for greater support or to relax.

10. A-Frame Demountable
by Jennifer Newman

Suitable for all-year outdoor use, this table is made from non-rust recycled aluminium, making it low-maintenance and can withstand tough conditions. Visually, it takes on the classic picnic silhouette with the design’s flush top and seats finished with rounded edges and corners, providing a contemporary clean shape. It can be demounted for ease of access through narrow spaces.

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