The Ones to Watch: 2021

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Introducing the names you need to know in 2021, from interior designers and influencers to the latest brands. A snapshot of the interiors landscape for the year ahead, with a mix of newcomers, emerging talent and stalwarts of the industry, there’s plenty to discover…

charmaine white
Charmaine White
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Charmaine White

Charmaine White

Coming from a creative family, Charmaine White discovered her unique flair for interior design at an early age. After being awarded a degree in Textile Furnishing Design & Manufacture and studying at the prestigious KLC School of Design in Chelsea, Charmaine joined a London design studio and began renovating luxury spaces. Quickly gaining recognition after reaching the quarter finals on BBC’s The Great Interior Design Challenge, Charmaine found herself in high demand, and in 2012 The White House Interiors was born.

Charmaine’s fresh and innovative approach has garnered her a wealth of clients and her studio that also offers interior design and architecture services has renovation projects in Buckinghamshire and London in the calendar.

Make sure you follow The White House Interiors on Instagram for extra inspiration.

Roddy Clarke
Roddy Clarke

Roddy Clarke

Interior stylist and design journalist Roddy Clarke’s passion for furniture and antiques was ignited by his father, a well-known china and porcelain restorer. With a breadth of skills and hands-on experience, Roddy offers an exclusive interior styling and design service.

This year, Roddy co-founded a new platform, The Restoration Collection, which will be striving to revive the restoration industry from an educational and intergenerational standpoint. Over the next year, The Restoration Collection will launch and develop to open up pathways for younger people to explore opportunities within the industry directly.

Find more inspiration over on Roddy's Instagram.

Karina Marriott
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Karina Marriott – The Style Idealist

Award-winning fashion influencer and The Style Idealist founder Karina Marriott is all about empowering women to be their authentic selves. A storytelling outlet for the everyday girl, Karina has created a platform that encourages women to embrace all the things that make you undeniably you through style and self-discovery.

Want more? Make sure you check out Karina's Instagram for even more inspiring content.

Designing and producing locally in Denmark, LIND DNA are passionate about working sustainably at every possible level. Believing it’s about choosing the right thing and not just buying something new, their collection has been designed with great usability and a long-service life, whether it’s in the home, office or restaurant. Moving into the world of furniture, their beautiful yet functional collection will fit into any interior and has been crafted with the utmost care for the aesthetic and the environment.

Blue Pheasant
Blue Pheasant

Blue Pheasant

Knowing that the heart of the home is the kitchen, Blue Pheasant put careful thought and exquisite craftsmanship into everything they do. Handcrafting each and every piece, the real charm in their collection lies in the tiny details - you’ll spot unique markings and variations that only add to the character. Designed to be mixed and matched, think patterns on patterns and colour on colour to create a table setting that’s truly unique to you.

Coming to AMARA spring 2021.

Launched over 40 years ago, Lisa Corti’s eponymous lifestyle brand harnesses age-old techniques, vibrant colour palettes and bold patterns. Teeming with artisanal flavour and global inspiration, you’ll find table runners, bed linen and more, designed in Italy and brought to life by skilled artisans in India.

Founded in the US by best friends, Jess and Mare, each Gathre piece is specifically designed to create purposeful space in everyday life. With a wide range of products providing an array of functions, you are certain to find the perfect piece for your interior, whatever your needs.