Class of ‘23: New-in Brands to Know
This just in: get acquainted with these new-in homeware brands the Liberty Buyers have fallen for
Class of ‘23: New-in Brands to Know
This just in: get acquainted with these new-in homeware brands the Liberty Buyers have fallen forBy: Charlotte Olby
It’s the Liberty Home Buyer’s job to always be on the lookout for exciting new brands and designers in the interiors world. We sat down with Tyrone Joseph, our Buying Manager for Home, for an insight into the brands that should be on your radar for 2023. Whether it's lesser-known labels bringing joy to your home, the designer totally reawakening cookware or the history-steeped brands currently undergoing a renaissance, here are the latest new-in brands to hit the Liberty floors...
"Fellow’s mission is to help people achieve barista-level excellence at home. Inspired by the need for high quality equipment to properly brew high quality coffee, Fellow brings the confidence of the specialty coffee world into the lives of everyday coffee lovers, from the curious to the prosumer. The Liberty buy supports the consumer from start to finish, offering the Atmos vacuum canister’s to keep coffee’s divine flavour fresher for longer, coupled perfectly with any Fellow kettle for a beautifully stored and poured beverage," explains Joseph.Shop Fellow
"Ichendorf combines traditional with contemporary through artisanal techniques to create beautiful glassware. Authentic shapes, clean lines and vibrant colours build a modern aesthetic throughout. Functionality meets décor in our range, covering interiors and dining accessories that are usable and eye-catching," says Joseph.Shop Ichendorf
"Focussing on progressive design, industrial craftsmanship and the beauty of ceramic, 1882 is a clear partner for Liberty’s Home and Interiors collection. Emily, 1882’s founder is a fifth-generation ceramic producer who partners with exciting designers such as Max Lamb, Jenny, Peter Pilotto and Exquisite (a series of 12 mugs all made by a different artisan) just to name a few. 1882’s dedication to craft and design integrity is something that perfectly aligns with our Liberty heritage and DNA" explains Joseph.Shop 1882 Ltd.
SHOP 1882 Ltd.
"This brand was founded in 1856 in Northern Italy and originally specialised in cutlery. They have now expanded into various kitchen and tableware ranges and we have selected the Terra.Cotto cookware designed by Stefania Vasques because of its modern design and strong palette which would brighten up any home kitchen" says Joseph.Shop Sambonet
"Based just outside of Oslo in a beautiful Nordic setting is Hadeland Glassverk which has been expertly manufacturing crystal glassware for over 250 years. Renowned for its quality across Europe, we are exclusively launching Hadeland in the UK at Liberty" says Joseph.Shop Hadeland Glassverk
SHOP HADELAND GLASSVERK
"Devon based founders Husband and Wife Jeremy and Cath have an ethos for Feldspar to create ‘objects for life’ - beautiful things made properly and to last." says Joseph. "Their essence of elegance and simplicity resonates throughout our selected range, allowing the Liberty customer to dine gracefully with the opportunity to elevate their dining experience using the charming cafetieres, teapots and accessories."Shop Feldspar
"Dar Leone is a London-based design studio founded by Sierra Leonean-American, Isatu Funna, focusing on reimagining traditional West African textiles. Liberty's offering draws towards the Hibiscus range which abundantly flowers in every corner of Sierra Leone and features in our selected table linens and home textiles, immersing the Liberty shopper with West African florals and branching out from the usual more traditional prints we stock," explains Joseph.Shop Dar Leone
SHOP DAR LEONE
"Brooklyn-based Ellen Van Dusen set up Dusen Dusen in 2010 and was best-known for her brightly printed womenswear. Expanding into homeware in 2015, we’re injecting some of the cheerful and playful designs into our home collection here at Liberty" explains Joseph. "The brand’s contemporary and bold use of colour celebrates pattern and tone which is something that has always resonated with the Liberty shopper".Shop Dusen Dusen