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Habitat's 10 most iconic AW18 design additions

Iconic interiors brand Habitat has returned to Westfield London. The new flagship store features over 1,400 products, including furniture, lighting and home accessories.

You’ll find bold patterns, interesting shapes and bright colours in their new AW18 collection: products that beg for a starring role in your home!

Here are ten of the best from the new collection.

Austin four seater round dining table, £495

This timelessly elegant yet modern and bijou table can be the scene of your greatest dinner parties, or your most successful work.

Jerry dining chair, £85

Reminiscent of the all-time classic Robin Day dining chair, albeit with a comfortably padded seat, this modern wonder comes in an array of shades including orange, navy, black and pale grey.

Misty armchair, £495

Like a ray of velvety sunshine, this round armchair is as wonderful to look at as it is to sit on.

Orrico brass side table, £60

The Orrico is the affordable side-table of the moment, and also comes in silver.

Leopard cushion, £55

Just when you thought leopard print fashion was as over as Celebrity Big Brother, it's back with a sophisticated edge. All the more reason to update your cushion pile.

Pole table lamp with Drum shade, £85

Sometimes finding the perfect table lamp can be hard work. This one is spot-on for the modern home.

Kota sofa bed, £395

For those nights when you’re relegated to the sofa, this sofa bed does the job without the faff. Just flatten it into a bed, and get some zeds.

Coralie walnut veneer coffee table, £195

This looks-more-expensive-than-it-is coffee table is the ideal backdrop to your collection of interiors books and fashion tomes gathering dust on the shelf.

Double floor lamp, £60

This lamp has vintage vibes, and you get two spotlights for the price of one; why not use one beam to highlight a work of art?

Susanna Paz ‘Graphic 5’, £55

New for this season is artist Susanna Paz’s colourful graphic prints. So zingy and colourful it doesn’t look remotely like generic wall art.