Perfectly poised prints, avant-garde shapes and an expert eye for materials and fabrics makes the most famous designers also the most exciting of interiors designers.

From injections of fluro colours at Matthew Williamson’s ever-popular Debenhams collection to the clean and serene lines and colours at Scandinavian Day Birger et Mikkelsen, we’re keeping it thoroughly on trend this season with the best fashion-forward designs.

1. Day Birger et Mikkelsen

Low-key luxe pieces with an urban twist is the philosophy behind Scandinavian husband and wife design team Day Birger et Mikkelsen.

Wooden tool box £119

2. Julien MacDonald for Graham& Brown

A favourite of Sienna Miller and Scarlett Johansson, Julien Macdonald’s red carpet-worthy hues and prints translate beautifully onto his wallpaper collection with Graham & Brown.

Wallpaper, from £10 a roll

3. Christian Lacroix

Christian Lacroix’ has a glorious obsession for tropical bird and insect prints this season. And we’re equally as obsessed.

Butterfly dinner plate £55 at Liberty

4. Matthew Williamson for Debenhams

Bold colours and a tongue-in-cheek approach make Matthew Williamson’s aesthetic interiors gold dust.

Hot pink flamingo tea light holder £18.50 Debenhams

5. Missoni Home at Heals

Missoni’s memorable prints and glorious hues have made the Italian fashion house a mainstay of style.

Cushion £116

6. Armani Casa

Lean lines and a muted colour scheme make Armani a classic both in the fashion world as well as the world of interiors.

Emme floor lamp, available on request