As per usual, our hopes of enjoying the great outdoors on a sunny bank holiday weekend, have been dashed. Cue the great British greyness.
Keep your spirits up by bringing the outdoors in. Come rain or shine, it will always feel like Spring, curled up in the classic Hanging Egg chair designed in 1959 by Nanna Ditzel. Original version made from rattan for indoor use and poly rattan for outdoor use, available to order now at SCP.
Beat that rain.
Aptly named the cabbage collection, fair trade Dutch brand Van Verre present a ceramic dining range that’s sure to bring a little bit of the outdoors in this season. The collection comprises plates, bowls and pitchers. From £6.95
A tropical themed range, including a colourful porcelain parrot jug and a glazed white pineapple jug. Perfect to adding some summer to the dining table. £48.
The Greenhouse Wallpaper is a collaboration between designer Erik Gutter and Dutch wallpaper company NLXL LAB. In the design you can see the green plants through the panes of glass of the greenhouse. There is no repeat pattern on the roll. £129.
Cactus candles part of a tropical collection. Three fun cacti designs including a spiked, a grooved and a three headed cactus to choose from. No attention needed for these little guys to stay glorious and green. £23.99.
Reminiscent of the traditional Indian cotton quilts made from scraps of colourful fabric, these designs from Donna Wilson are vibrant and beautifully textured. They are made from 100% cotton and are hand-block printed on both sides. The designs are also quilt stitched, giving the patterns real texture and depth. The quilts and throws are padded out with a layer of cotton flannel. From £175.
A cast concrete stool, based on the design of a Doric pillar. This versatile piece can be used as a side table or stool and is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. £265.
Made from solid oak, the Block stool is available in three sizes. Handmade by Jan Kurtz Mobel, each piece unique. £195.
A Welsh textile collection of throws, blankets and cushions. This collection makes subtle use of the rigid rules that apply to the double-cloth weaving technique employed by the traditional Welsh mill where it is created. £70.
A design that brings the original 1970s bean bag idea right up to date. The cover is made with 100% pure knitted wool and is fully removable. It is constructed with an inner cotton bag filled with polystyrene beads. £675.