Neptune’s new Spring 2024 collection draws inspiration from the natural beauty of the British coastline: its silhouettes, shapes, textures and gentle colour palette.  Subtle references to shells, rocks, chalk cliffs and sand beaches flow throughout the collection, from the curves of a scallop shell inspiring the new tableware and lighting, to the ripples on fluted glass lighting and the raw feel of jute rugs.

The new Spring colour Orkney White – a warm neutral hue, named after the powder white sands of the Orkney Isle beaches – has slight yellow undertones for a calm and welcoming interior.

Through this exploration of calming colour, silhouette, and texture, Neptune brings new designs that will enhance individual homes from city to country to coast.

Harlyn Jute Rug, Marina Scalloped Wall Sconce, Marina Pendant Light,

and Chichester Housekeeper’s Cupboard in Orkney White; Athena Uplighter Chandelier 


New Paint Colour: Orkney White

The seasonal colour for Spring 2024, Orkney White, is an inviting creamy off-white that brings subtle warmth to a room scheme, the perfect backdrop for a space layered with pattern, texture and colour. Complementary colours such as Alpine and Sage will add a sense of calm to a room, while stronger shades like Constable Green and Walnut introduce depth and contrast.


Neptune’s first rattan collection, Athena, comprises twochandeliers, wall lights, table lamps and lamp shades.  Reflecting the season’s emphasis on natural textures and inspired by scalloped shell silhouettes, each intricate rattan design is woven by hand, using natural honey-coloured rattan for a timeless aesthetic which creates softly diffused light.

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The Malton lighting collection features a table lamp and pendant light in softly rounded silhouettes of fluted glass for added texture. Both designs are available in either a round or pill shape; the table lamp comes complete with a matching oatmeal coloured shade, and the pendant light is complemented with a black bronze chain and ceiling rose.

Marrying coastal-inspired scallop outlines with the natural texture of raffia, finished with a neutral tapered edge for a smart, contempory look, the Marina collection includes pendant and wall light options that work perfectly throughout the home creating a warm, welcoming glow.

Athena Medium Table Lamp and George Sofa in Fermoie Carskiey Stripe; Malton Round Glass Table Lamp

Fabrics & Upholstery

Continuing the partnership with Fermoie, Neptune adds a series of new colourways and designs to its fabric and upholstery collections.Across scatter cushions and upholstery, Carskiey Stripe, a broad red stripe adds a flash of colour, while Cove’s geometric design, reflective of waves scudding across the surface of water is available in a neutral colourway, and Fermoie’s instantly recognizable Shell Grotto is introduced in a fresh spring green colourway.

New for gathered lampshades, a light cotton and linen have been introduced that are wonderfully atmospheric when lit from within: Rabanna, a re-drawing of India’s earliest print in made from 100% cotton comes in Nut Brown, and Wicker, a lattice design similar to honeycomb, launches in a green colourway this season.

Tableware & Vases

New contemporary glass scallop-edged serveware, mouth-blown by artisans in Poland, the Lana trifle bowl and delicately footed bon bon bowls make a striking spring centrepiece for desserts or seasonal decorations.


In keeping with Neptune’s history of naming glassware after London locations, Pimlico is a contemporarty tapered glass jug with glass stirrer perfect for serving spring drinks. Pimlico is traditionally hand blown by skilled artisans and pairs well with the Greenwich glassware collection and Ella tumblers.

With a fluted design and gently undulating rim, the Serena vases echo the soft movement of rippling waves. Available in small and large sizes, they are perfect filled with Neptune’s seasonal stems, a candle, or left empty as a decorative piece. 

Haryln Jute Rug and Frome Coffee Table; Serena Painted Glass Vases and Athena Mini Wall Light;

artwork by Martha Holmes, from Neptune’s new partnership with Artground gallery

Furniture & Rugs

A modern take on classic regency design, the Frome console and coffee table feature slim, rounded corners for a refined look, while woven rattan undershelves bring texture and warmth to the painted oak furniture. 

A simple, relaxed shape with a removeable loose linen slipcover, the new Long Island footstool complements all existing Long Island pieces. Add to a sofa to create an L shape, position in front of the armchair or love seat for extra comfort, or use as a standalone ottoman in a living or dressing room.

This season Neptune introduces four new rug collections named after British beaches: BanthamSauntonFistral and Haryln. Taking inspiration from nature’s coastal patterns where the land meets the sea, each design brings traditional artisanal methods and quality natural materials into the home.

Candles & fragrance

Evocative of fresh sea air, Sea Salt & Driftwood candles and diffusers have base notes of sandalwood and moss which provide depth, while sea salt, basil and ocean mist top notes create a clean and uplifting fragrance for the home.

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Artground Partnership

Neptune is excited to announce the launch of a new partnership with Artground, a contemporary gallery championing leading emerging artists from around the country. In Neptune stores across the UK and linked to Neptune’s seasonal collections, Artground will curate art exhibitions championing a local artist from the area, creating a space for the discovery of new artists and artwork for the home.

The partnership begins at the end of March in the Bath store with artist Martha Holmes whose abstract studies are inspired by the colour and light of the Cornish coastline.

Aalish Yorke-Long, CEO Neptune said: “For Spring 2024 we are focussing on the beauty of the British coastline and exploring this through shape, texture and a natural colour palette to craft a collection of homeware and furniture that is simple, honest and beautifully executed.”

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