5 stylish buys to shop from Next’s new furniture collab

You can always rely on Next for chic homeware staples that won’t break the bank. And if it’s Scandi style you’re after, set your sights firmly on its latest collaboration with design brand Scion Living.

Fusing Scion Living’s fun yet functional design philosophy with Next’s reputation for quality and value, the new collection is set to expand on its existing selection of accessories and textiles with a range of versatile and oh-so-stylish furniture.

From chic coffee tables and mid-century sideboards to sleek desks to upgrade your WFH setup, the new launches could be just the thing to fill that empty corner, streamline your clutter or make your existing space feel more contemporary. Here are five key pieces that have caught our eye.

1. Solid oak sideboard, £799

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From storage for board games to serving as an at-home bar, no one ever regrets adding a sideboard to their space. This one is made from solid oak, which makes it a worthy long-term investment, and includes four drawers in addition to the main cupboard, giving it capacity to swallow up all kinds of clutter. It also offers an open surface for displaying your favourite houseplants, art prints or a great statement lamp. If you love the look but don’t have this much space, check out the smaller narrow cabinet.

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2. Compact desk, £450

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With hybrid working now a long-term solution for many, there’s never been a better time to upgrade your home office. The wide-angled legs and warm oak hue make this desk a versatile staple that’s anything but boring, and its petite dimensions give it the ability to slip into smaller nooks with ease. Plus, that drawer is the perfect size for stashing papers, cables, stationery and all of those other miscellaneous items that often prevent a study from feeling like an area where productivity can peak.

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3. Modular shelving, £699

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Surprise – the backs of the containers at the top of this mostly open modular shelving unit are reversible, and the other side is a vibrant jade, giving you two looks for the price of one. You’ll also find this colourful detail inside the drawers and cupboards of the collection, adding a little extra personality to these otherwise neutral pieces. The black metal here gives the shelves a more industrial feel, which can be complemented with bare bulb lighting, like the Next Oslo lamp, and more metallic accents. Use the external shelving to showcase your favourite belongings such as coffee-table books and vases, then hide anything less aesthetically pleasing in the generous cupboard below.

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4. Side table nest, £250

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The 1950s-inspired silhouette sets these neat nesting tables apart from the crowd. They’re lightweight enough to move around a room at will – ideal for when you have extra guests over and they all need somewhere to put their cups of tea – and will slot seamlessly into your existing decor. Contemporary trends show that wood doesn’t always have to feel too matchy-matchy, so try incorporating deeper and lighter shades into the same space for more of a relaxed, boho feel.

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5. Wide TV unit, £575

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A marriage of practical and pretty is possible, and this TV unit proves it. With clean, minimalist lines, it’s an easy way to channel effortless Scandi cool in your living room, while serving a key purpose for anyone who doesn’t want to mount their TV on the wall. Better yet, this unit follows the ‘easy build’ format that runs throughout the collection, all of which arrives partially assembled. So while those drawers might look like a challenging construction to some, you can forget any fear of crying into your flatpack with this one – we promise!

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Shop the collection online at next.co.uk*

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