Sarah Corbett-Winder's June shopping picks

In a new monthly column, Sarah Corbett-Winder highlights her favourite affordable picks.
Paul Massey

Fashion stylist and consultant Sarah Corbett-Winder has made her name on good taste and a keen eye for charming pieces. Her house, which was featured in House & Garden in 2022, has been crafted with the same imagination. Now, she turns her hand to a new shopping column where each month she'll pick the best mood-boosting homeware to buy.

June's top picks

The perfect chair for inside and out. Think of the colour as a neutral and dress it accordingly–it's one that will go with almost anything. Of course, I'd add a striped cushion.

These Tatiana Alida canisters are practical and chic. They're just what one needs in their kitchen and would make a great start to your day.

Traditional Single Seater, red
Tatiana Alida

I always have room for ceramic fruit. They're a brilliant way to finish off a tablescape, and I love the scale of this Minnie Mar Always room for china fruit, loving the scale of this.

These hurricane lanterns are a great addition to your summer table, in or out, or as a pair in a hallway.

Radish Ceramic Table Decoration
Minni Mae Stott Studio
Rattan Hurricane
Birdie Fortescue

I'm just longing to put these smart Rococo shelves either side of our fireplace. The colour is rather spectacular! They'd always work well as bedside tables in a guest room.

One can dream, but this Chichester Workstation is amazing. A true forever piece. I like the rich ochre yellow best.

Small Rococo Shelf
Jelks England
Chichester Workstation

It's hard to find attractive coat hangers, but this piece from Studio Arvor does the job nicely.

Anything Minnie Mae Stott is a winner in my eyes, and this object would be great on the wall.

Torus Coat Bar
Studio Arvor
Spoon Rest of Eden
Minni Mae Stott Studio

A rattan tray that has oh so many uses: on your coffee table, kitchen counter, dressing table, bedside table storage, and obviously as a working tray! It's a classic.

Lola's leads are pure genius too. I'm so excited to have better looking leads in our lives.

Provence Wicker Tray
Petit Panier
Lola's Leads, gold

Both teaspoon set and salad servers make me so happy. Both are vibrant and joyful additions to your kitchen.

Tortoiseshell Salad Servers
Artemis Deco
Teaspoons, multicoloured, set of six

I see this Jungle Blanket set in a deep frame and hung on the wall.

This Sharland England Coquillage Dish would be lovely on your dressing table, or on your wall. Imagine them en masse!

Jungle Blanket Mini
A New Tribe
Splatter Coquillage Dish
Sharland England

I just adore this toleware sculpture, and this is a checked jug that deserves to be out on display!

Toleware Flower Sculpture
Host Home
Milk Jug, red check
Villa Bologna Pottery

Laetitia Rouget makes playful, charming pieces. I see this particular one hanging in a guest bathroom or downstairs loo.

This Smallable glass lamp would slot in very well in most places.

Laetitia Rouget Ceramic Dessert Plate
Net A Porter
Madam Stoltz Glass Table Lamp

You can't go wrong with a classic clock. This one is particularly affordable too.

This Issy Granger lamp is perfect for a library or reading nook. A true forever piece.

Pluttis Wall Clock
Hexagon Table Lamp
Issy Granger

I can't decide if this should go on the wall or be used to serve–it's incredible!

If you know me, you know stripes are always a good idea in my books. This vase would be great housed in a bookcase.

Scattered Flower Plates
Marigold and Lettice
Cylinder Vase
H&M Home

A great piece at a great price!

I'd love to see these cushions on a sofa or bed.

Holmsta Rattan Armchair
French Flax Linen Scalloped European Pillowcases
Bed Threads

Adding a touch of holiday to your kitchen! I just love this floral tureen.

This Anthropologie mirror is some fun for your walls too.

Ceramic Floral Tureen
Zara Home
Zig-Zag Polyresin Mirror

Great as a water jug, vase or on display!

A striped lampshade–what more could you want?!

Glass Jug
Zara Home
La Lumiere Studio Paper Raffia Scalloped Lampshade

This Mega Moss cushion is the latest addition to my kitchen and it's making me want to redecorate. It's such a fabulous colour combination, and it's made from a mix of corduroy, velvet and linen.

This Les Ottomans candlestick holder would be a vision on a fireplace. I love the idea of adding red candlesticks too.

Mega Moss Cushion
Studio Humbug
Les Ottomans Turquerie Hand-Painted Ceramic Candlestick Holder
Matches Fashion

The prettiest of napkins, perfect for so many occasions.

This orange stool is a great height. It's just perfect for under the kitchen counter.

Utility Counter Stool
Fraises des Bois Napkins, set of four
Sharland England