collections | Jul 1, 2021 |
10 new pieces that prove how versatile navy can be

Navy blue is perhaps the most versatile, classic hue around, easily fitting into any aesthetic and adding a subtle dash of color. Below, we’ve highlighted 10 new pieces that will remind you why it became the stylish staple it is today.

The Garrison collection from Made Goods
The Garrison collection from Made GoodsCourtesy of Made Goods

Garrison Sofa, Lounge Chair and Coffee Table — Made Goods

This new outdoor collection from Made Goods features a nautical navy performance rope woven in an airy crisscross, pared back with teak finishes for a chic yet durable look.

Embrace from Sunbrella
Embrace from SunbrellaCourtesy of Sunbrella

Embrace — Sunbrella

Hand-stitched effects and contemporary geometrics make this performance fabric from Sunbrella feel clever and fresh.

Alicia Linen Double Drum Pendant from Lumens
Alicia Linen Double Drum pendant from LumensCourtesy of Lumens

Alicia Linen Double Drum Pendant — Lumens

Bringing clean, modern lines to a traditional silhouette, this Lumens light fixture could blend seamlessly into any home, from midcentury styles to more transitional settings.

Haven from Phillip Jeffries
The Haven wallcovering in the Atlantis colorway, from Phillip Jeffries Courtesy of Phillip Jeffries

Haven — Phillip Jeffries

Part of Phillip Jeffries’s new PJ Artisans collection, this floral mural, which is digitally printed on grasscloth, is elegant and enchanting.

Barnacle Articulating Sconce
Barnacle Articulating Sconce from Hwang Bishop DesignsCourtesy of Hwang Bishop Designs

Barnacle Articulating Sconce — Hwang Bishop Designs

Inspired by the quiet wonder of intertidal pools where sea meets land, each of these Hwang Bishop light fixtures is handmade in Rhode Island and can be glazed in a wide range of colors, including Russian Blue.

Ionian Linen from Mind the Gap
Ionian Linen from Mind the GapCourtesy of Mind the Gap

Ionian Linen — Mind The Gap

Taking inspiration from the sun-soaked coasts of the Ionian Sea, this pattern from Mind the Gap has an elegantly patinated look that you might find in a Mediterranean villa.

Ladybird Table Lamp from Iatesta Studio
Ladybird Table Lamp from Iatesta StudioCourtesy of Iatesta Studio

Ladybird Table Lamp — Iatesta Studio

Featuring an unlacquered brass frame and a delicately pleated shade, this piece from Iatesta Studio makes for a dainty addition to a console or entry table.

Squiggle from The Vale London
Squiggle in the Midnight colorway, from The Vale LondonCourtesy of The Vale London

Squiggle — The Vale London
Organic appliqué flax undulates across pure chintzed linen in this textile from The Vale London that’s based on forms from the cubist movement and Central American tribal art.


Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.

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