Fashionable home accessories have been going from strength to strength at Matches Fashion since it launched its homeware category three years ago, and the latest brand to dip its toe into the interiors arena exclusively via the site is The Vampire’s Wife. Designer Susie Cave’s plan is to build an entire homeware collection (called, naturally, The Vampire’s House), room by room. Her starting point is the bedroom, with a range of boudoir-style silk satin and embroidered velvet bedcovers, frilled and heart-shaped cushions, sleep masks, hot-water bottles and teddy bears in romantic floral prints, inspired, as she told Vogue, by 1930s Hollywood bedroom sets (from £135 for a lavender pouch).
Old-style glamour is similarly a métier of designer Martin Brudnizki, known for his flamboyant, Insta-famous designs at Annabel’s. Via his luxury furniture line And Objects, the Stockholm-born designer and co-founder Nicholas Jeanes have created a limited-edition capsule collection of eight pieces inspired by the little-known, neoclassical-style Swedish Grace Scandi-design movement of the 1920s, available from The Invisible Collection.