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Nina Campbell x Next

Celebrated interior designer Nina Campbell has joined forces with Next to create a line of exclusive homewares, bringing her iconic style to the high street. Mixing contemporary and classic shapes and materials, she has introduced a whole range of furniture, accessories, fabrics and wallpaper, using her recognisable colour palette of greens, blues and pinks. For us, it’s the high-quality upholstery that makes this collection a winner, while the lighting range also has an array of stand-out designs that we love.

Meadow Floral duvet set, from £80;Milbourne chair in Clabon in Coral,£399, all Nina Campbell at Next

Christmas keepsakes

Flora Twelve Days of Christmas small plates, £35 for a set of 12, John Lewis & Partners

What to do this month...

LISTEN Feeling bombarded with health advice and don’t know what’s nonsense and what to pay attention to? The Feel Better, Live More podcast with Dr Rangan Chatterjee aims to simplify health issues, debunking common health myths and replacing them with easy life hacks and expert advice to change the way you eat, sleep, move and relax.

DO Get outdoors into the fresh air this New Year and visit one of the gardens taking part in the National Garden Scheme, blooming with snowdrops and early-spring flowers. Over 100 gardens in England, Wales and Northern Ireland open their gates from January through to March. Find your nearest garden at

READ The New Naturals: Inspired Interiors for Sustainable Living by Jennifer Haslam (£35, Hardie Grant), is a coffee table book essential for anyone keen to incorporate eco elements within their homes and embrace a slower, more sustainable way of life.

Must-have furniture multi-taskers

Our homes are working harder than ever, with living and sleeping spaces doubling up as offices, and La Redoute has taken note with its Les Ingénieux collection. Each piece, such as this hideaway cabinet desk, is functional yet slimline and stylish. Look out for a dining table/desk with storage, and a rotating shelving unit so you can configure it to suit your space.

Matheo hideaway cabinet desk, £825, La Redoute


If Scandi is your scene, then you’ll want to get your hands on this bargain buy for the top of your tree.

Recon wicker star tree topper, £8, Habitat


Rich rusty hues and chocolate brown tones are taking centre stage this season, and are just what’s needed to complement and add warmth to a pared-back palette. Barker and Stonehouse’s collection of mellow modern homewares

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