product preview | Oct 7, 2022 |
Artemest teams up with Cappellini, CB2’s Gianfranco Frattini collection and more

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We’re two weeks into fall, and design brands across the globe are unveiling creative new collections to help set the tone of the season. From machine-washable lace-patterned rugs to smoky glass-topped coffee tables, here are nine standouts in the latest round of launches.

Artemest teams up with Cappellini, CB2’s Gianfranco Frattini collection and more
The Marconi 3-Seater Tufted Rust Velvet sofa by Gianfranco Frattini at CB2Courtesy of CB2

CB2 reissued an array of iconic designs by Italian architect Gianfranco Frattini. The collectible series spans 77 pieces punctuated by lush materials and modern silhouettes, including the tufted rust-velvet upholstered Marconi sofa and a stainless steel coffee table with a smoked glass top named Bovisio.

Left: Window treatments in Kerala fabric by Vaughan Courtesy of Vaughan | Right: The brand’s Montferrat Leaf chandelier Courtesy of Vaughan

Vaughan debuted a characterful collection named Northington. The line offers a creative mix of new and reimagined furniture, lighting and textile designs, such as the angled Axford lantern—now available in a fresh copper-bronze finish—the geometric Kerala fabric and the foliage-clad Montferrat Leaf chandelier.

Artemest teams up with Cappellini, CB2’s Gianfranco Frattini collection and more
Selections from Jeremiah Brent’s Atrio, including the Large Marble Dough bowl by Montana Labelle Liz Clayman

Jeremiah Brent launched a highly curated home and lifestyle line called Atrio. The inaugural series offers a hand-picked selection of vintage furniture finds and one-of-a-kind decor pieces made in collaboration with some of the designer’s favorite artisans—including an exclusive collection of marble-accented tablewares by Montana Labelle and limited-edition textile prints by artist Ethan Caflisch, courtesy of the Tappan Collective—which are available exclusively online and at the brand’s new brick-and-mortar store in Los Angeles.

Left: The Doca lounge chair and Torre floor lamp by O&G Studio Courtesy of O&G Studio | Right: The brand’s Lula ottomans Courtesy of O&G Studio

O&G Studio introduced an autumn-friendly collection dubbed Intervalo. The comforting assortment comprises six coastal-style designs hand-crafted in the brand’s Rhode Island headquarters, such as an oversized lounge chair with carved bun legs named Doca, and Torre, a floor lamp with an open wood frame that mimics the structure of a lighthouse.

Artemest teams up with Cappellini, CB2’s Gianfranco Frattini collection and more
The Cove sofa and Butte coffee table by ParachuteCourtesy of Parachute

Parachute premiered its first-ever line of living room furniture. The sustainably made collection offers 15 midcentury-meets-coastal designs, including the slightly rounded Cove sofa, the curvy Butte coffee table and the super plush Pillow chair.

Left: Mapped in taupe and chocolate brown by Beni Rugs Adrian Gaut | Right: The brand’s Sidestep in ochre and navy Adrian Gaut

Beni Rugs rolled out Twists on Classics, their latest line of hand-knotted floor coverings. The line boasts 16 of the brand’s bestselling designs—each available in multiple sizes and color combinations—in reimagined motifs and colorways, such as the graphic Mapped, the checkered Sidestep and the two-toned Channel.

Artemest teams up with Cappellini, CB2’s Gianfranco Frattini collection and more
Cappellini’s Avio Blue Miya Low and Emerald Green Miya High coffee tables by Elena Salmistraro at Artemest Courtesy of Artemest

Artemest teamed up with Cappellini to release the Miya series by Italian designer and illustrator Elena Salmistraro. Inspired by the intricate body armor worn by Japanese samurai, the limited-edition collab features four hand-engraved glass coffee tables in two different heights with chromatic bases in your choice of Deep Blue or Emerald Green colorways.

Left: Wide Tussah Calacatta by Dedar Courtesy of Dedar | Right: The brand’s Antilope in Ocra Courtesy of Dedar

Milanese fabric house Dedar dropped a dreamy fall collection. The line offers more than 50 bespoke textile designs hand-woven from ultratouchable materials, such as the silk-weft Wide Tussah Calacatta, the striated Antilope and the gauzy Washimaché.

Artemest teams up with Cappellini, CB2’s Gianfranco Frattini collection and more
The Sundborn Cream rug by Anna Sui for Ruggable Courtesy of Ruggable

Ruggable unveiled a colorful collaboration with Anna Sui. Adorned in the fashion designer’s signature statement-making motifs, the machine-washable assortment spans 20 chenille designs in multiple shapes and sizes, including the floral-framed Sundborn and the kaleidoscopic Lilies and Lace.

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