Who needs the extravagance of a walk-in wardrobe when this streamlined unit from Novamobili includes a clothes rail, full-length mirror and chest of drawers in one? And because dressing up should be fun, the components can be rearranged in various configurations and colours to create a bespoke piece. This do-it-all wonder would work in a hallway too. The inset tray would keep car keys safe and the mirror is ideal for last-minute appearance checks.

holiday romance

Interior design firm Kelling Designs is showing the love with an online emporium dedicated to its favourite designers and fabric houses each season. The debut range features furniture and accessories clad in threads by Bernard Thorp. A standout piece? The scalloped Isabella headboard finished with velvet piping.

nighty night

With its sleek silhouette and generously filled goose-down cushions, it was an instant love-in when the design crowd first set eyes on Antonio Citterio's Adda sofa for Flexform back in 2017. Moving things into the bedroom, the Italian designer has added an equally seductive bed to the collection, featuring the same metal base, cast-metal feet (available in satin, chrome and champagne finishes) and the option to upholster in fabric or leather as its living room counterpart. And with its 50/50 headboard (also goose-down and complete with piping detail), there should be no more quarrels over whose side of the bed you're on.

dressing down

Don't be fooled by the fuss-free exterior of the Eden dressing table from Heal's – an adjustable mirror, concealed cut-out handles and compartments inside the drawer promise high-functioning design for even the most low maintenance morning groomer.

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