1 Turkish delight
Online store Anjelique.me is a treasure trove of Turkish-inspired design and fashion. Founders Inci Malik and Ebru Berge were inspired by Istanbul's emerging pop culture to create a collection that is fashion-forward and eclectic, but also embraces high quality materials and craftsmanship.
Dh410, Ozlem Tuna Turquoise coffee set, www.anjelique.me
2 Old school charm
We love these retro-style vinyl floor tiles from Zazous. They're made in France and are durable, self-adhesive and comfortable to walk on. We'd use them to liven up a hallway, but they'd make an eye-catching addition to any room.
Rosemary vinyl flooring, Dh142 per square metre, www.zazous.co.uk
3 Blissful shower, high-tech style
Proving that you can never have too much technology in the home, Hansgrohe has launched the RainBrain, a digital control centre for the shower. The mini computer controls shower operation, jet types and temperature, as well as any light sources integrated into the shower and music selection, through a Bluetooth-compatible smartphone or media player. You can preset all your preferences with the help of a "shower butler". Showering may never be quite the same again.
Price available on request, Sanitary Materials Abu Dhabi and Integrated Trading Company Dubai
4 Chilled out
Royal VKB has harnessed the natural cooling properties of terra-cotta to create its stylish Water Carafe. Cooling occurs by natural evaporation through the pores of the terra-cotta, so you can leave your carafe in the sun and it'll still serve up a refreshing drink. A silicone base will also prevent the carafe from scratching your table.
Dh105, The Change Initiative, Al Barsha 1, Dubai
5 Take it easy
The Ikea part sale ends tomorrow, so you've still got time to pick up a bargain or two. While you're there, check out the Ikea PS 2012 Easy chair, which looks great, is suitable for indoor and outdoor use, and requires zero maintenance.
PS 2012 Easy chair, Dh795, Ikea nationwide