Neptune’s latest collection is an exploration of elegant, heritage design

The new collection from Neptune is full of modern British classics

Neptune living room
(Image credit: Neptune)

British furniture and lifestyle brand Neptune may only have been founded in 1996, but it works to a ‘100 years’ motto, and this commitment to quality materials and exquisite craftsmanship means that each Neptune piece is made to last. This is cemented by an aesthetic that’s elegant and enduring, so you can furnish your home with classics designed to stand the test of time.

Twice a year, Neptune launches a new collection to coincide with the shift of the seasons, revealing its latest creations for the whole home – from kitchens, dining and living rooms to bedrooms and your outdoor spaces. Although each collection has its own story, everything Neptune makes is crafted to complement its existing pieces. It believes in growing and curating as opposed to removing and replacing, with everything working together effortlessly.

The very nature of heritage design is about improving with age. To those at Neptune, the notion of ‘sustainability through beauty’ is a powerful one. When something looks and works beautifully, it will be cared for, tended to and treasured. A legacy of beautiful furniture, carefully considered, crafted and cherished. The newly launched autumn/winter collection is no exception.

Neptune dining room

(Image credit: Neptune)

The new collection marries classic lines with the finest natural materials to deliver a relaxed yet sophisticated aesthetic. Spanning quality oak furniture, rich kilim rugs, brass lighting and textural accessories, the Neptune autumn/winter collection is designed to work in city, town and country properties.

Take the new Stratford table with its castellated pedestal base which nods to the pared-back simplicity of Mid-Century design but is re-interpreted and re-sized for modern family living, or the slim-proportioned Kenilworth dining chair with its slender birch frame and chalked oak seat. And enveloping the whole season is Neptune’s subtle new paint shade – Potter’s Pink – a delicate, earthy pink with the textured look of raw plaster which feels both fresh and cocooning at the same time.

While feeling contemporary, the collection has been designed to embrace the timeless aesthetic that stays true to Neptune's form. Each new addition displays the hallmarks of heritage design, a respect for craft and a quiet beauty that’s inherent in all of Neptune’s collections; testaments to classic design that will endure through the ages.

Neptune bedroom

(Image credit: Neptune)

To browse all of Neptune’s collections, visit or your local Neptune store.

Jennifer Ebert

Jennifer is the Digital Editor at Homes & Gardens. Having worked in the interiors industry for a number of years, spanning many publications, she now hones her digital prowess on the 'best interiors website' in the world. Multi-skilled, Jennifer has worked in PR and marketing, and the occasional dabble in the social media, commercial and e-commerce space. Over the years, she has written about every area of the home, from compiling design houses from some of the best interior designers in the world to sourcing celebrity homes, reviewing appliances and even the odd news story or two.