HOT IN HOMEWARE

More and more of our favourite com­pa­nies are branch­ing out into home ac­ces­sories. Visit these three to­day for per­fect pieces

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1& OTHER STO­RIES ATELIER

H&M’S well-heeled sis­ter shop sells cool-and-colour­ful clothes, an aes­thetic that we are de­lighted to see trans­lated into desk gad­gets and gifts for the home. While the Paris and Stock­holm flag­ships have their own col­lec­tions, all stores world­wide now have an ‘atelier’ pur­vey­ing el­e­gant es­sen­tials. Top picks Leather port­fo­lio carriers (£35), gold-clad stork scis­sors (£17) and brass desk ti­dies (£25; sto­ries.com)

2 TAT E EDIT

Down in the base­ment of Tate Mod­ern’s Boiler House, this ter­rific store proves mu­seum shops aren’t just for post­cards and books. The gallery’s very cool di­rec­tor, Frances Mor­ris, has cho­sen ob­jects for the home, along with other Tate staff mem­bers and Jasper Mor­ri­son, whose de­signs dis­creetly fur­nish the new Switch House. Top picks As well as Mor­ri­son’s ‘Ro­tary’ tray (£35) and ‘Cork Fam­ily’ stool for Vi­tra (£350), you can’t miss Damien Hirst’s ‘Phar­macy Gold’ wall­pa­per (£685 per ten-me­tre roll) or the sub­tler but charm­ing ‘Sun­ny­side’ cush­ion, de­signed by Eleanor Pritchard and wo­ven in Wales (£125; tate.org.uk/tateedit).

3 VI­TRA ‘ HOME AC­CES­SORIES’ IN SEL­FRIDGES

Re­mark­ably, this is the Swiss de­sign pow­er­house’s first ded­i­cated UK shop for its grow­ing ac­ces­sories line. Lo­cated on the fourth floor of the Lon­don depart­ment store, the space was de­signed by Ger­man firm Stu­dio Be­sau Mar­guerre and is, as you might ex­pect, im­mac­u­lately or­dered thanks to the Vi­tra re­tail shelv­ing sys­tem ‘Kado’ (sel­fridges.com). Top picks The ‘Nuage’ vases by Ro­nan and Er­wan Bouroul­lec ( be­low, from £109 each), jolly ‘Dot’ pil­lows (£79) and blan­kets (£169) by Hella Jon­gerius.

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