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Design lovers had a busy week. Between NY Now Summer Market and the latest wave of seasonal launches, there’s no shortage of inspiring new collections to admire over the weekend. From machine-washable faux cowhide rugs to multicolored acrylic pendant lights, here are some highlights from the latest round of releases.
Ruggable launched a cruelty-free collection of textured animal print rugs called Faux Hide. The machine-washable assortment offers four wild new patterns in a variety of sizes, including a zebra-striped hallway runner and a cowhide-inspired stunner shaped like an authentic pelt.
Arte unveiled a stately assortment of architectural wallcoverings called Objet. Inspired by classic decorative moldings, including skirting boards, cornices and wainscoting, the series features four 3D-printed patterns cast on soft suedelike ground, such as the coffered ceiling style Cassetta and the paneled Grandeur.
Amber Lewis debuted Easy Living, her latest collaboration with Anthropologie. The eclectic line spans furniture, lighting, textiles and decor accents inspired by the California designer’s carefree coastal aesthetic, including an oversized ottoman with rounded hardwood legs and a ceramic table lamp with an antique milk-jug-shaped silhouette.
Sarah Sherman Samuel rolled out the Wall collection with Lulu and Georgia. A love letter to the seaside landscape, the series showcases nine wavy-lined designs ranging from a subtly scalloped oak-framed mirror named Ripple to an earth-toned abstract art print titled In Pursuit.
Suzanne Tucker Home released a sumptuous selection of touchable textiles for 2022. The carefully curated series offers a medley of dreamy fabric designs spanning sheers, epingles and linen prints, including a mazelike pattern woven from multicolored yarns named Labyrinth and a bold geometric motif cast on a tonal strié ground dubbed Victoria.
At NY Now, Qalara showcased an artisanal and ethically crafted assortment of home furnishings. In addition to a sprightly selection of watercolor-style cushion covers adorned in kantha embroidery, the Bangalore, India–based brand’s latest offerings include a hand-woven ombre dhurrie rug accented in upcycled leather and planters composed of canvas and grass.
Kim Seybert revealed a stunning line of table dressings designed with fall entertaining in mind. The colorful collection features a fanciful assortment of heirloom-worthy tabletop accessories bearing delightful details, such as dip-dyed napkins with metallic foil borders and place mats embellished with sparkling glass beads.
Also at NY Now, multidisciplinary artist Jessica Alpern Brown’s Light Lines pendants were on full display at the Javits Center. The vibrant series features a handful of kaleidoscopic light fixtures assembled from discarded pieces of acrylic that allow the light to filter through its rainbow of hues.