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We’re hot on the heels of Paris Déco Off and Maison&Objet, and creative new collections are dropping left and right. From limestone-inspired wallpaper to a burl wood table lamp, here are some of the most memorable launches from the latest round of releases.
Breegan Jane’s inaugural line of fabrics and wallcoverings for Clarke & Clarke is the stuff of maximalist design dreams. In addition to the painterly Nairobi wallpaper—an ombre cloud-filled beauty with pops of neon hues—introductions include the leopard-spotted velvet Pokot upholstery and the graphic Manda, a zebra-striped linen jacquard.
Denise McGaha introduced 15 new designs into her ultrapopular line for Wildwood. Along with the striking deco-style Tilling lamp and the antiqued-gold and bronze Brazing mirror, additions include a characterful set of geometric candlesticks named Kate, and Marley, a sculptural ceramic vase with a mottled motif and matte finish.
Holly Hunt’s Sabi collection is a love letter to desert landscapes. The series spans 32 highly touchable designs in multiple colorways across textiles, carpets and wallcoverings, including the embroidered, sand-inspired Lacey Trail fabric, the limestone-esque Emile wallpaper, and the swirling, circular Primrose rug.
Faye Bell’s Rattan collection is bursting with nostalgia. Inspired by a handful of antiques that the Atlanta-based designer inherited from her grandmother, the launch showcases a weavelike, crisscross wallcovering design printed on clay-coated paper in four earthy, 1970s-style hues, including the creamy Greige, soft green Kelly, blush Roseate and muted Navy.
Mitzi’s Retro Revival series is an homage to the 1970s. Launched at Las Vegas Market, the collection features 24 spirited lighting designs adorned in retro accents and modern materials, such as a tubular burl wood table lamp named Clarissa and the Etna pendant, a curvy, cream-hued beauty with a perforated shade.
At Las Vegas Market, Four Hands unveiled its collaboration with High Point, North Carolina–based creative studio Schwung. Crafted in Poland, the collection offers more than four dozen light fixtures composed of hand-blown glass and recyclable brass, such as the cylindrically shaded Odyssey 6 floor lamp and the Armstrong Linear chandelier, a sleek stunner bedecked in marbled spheres.
Stark’s Golden Hour collection is every bit as dreamy as it sounds. The debut features four dozen sumptuous, dusk-sky-inspired rug designs, including the weathered silk-and-wool Samson, the hand-knotted Shani, and the rhythmic, mixed-pile Koa.
Ralph Lauren Home’s latest upholstery lines, Haberdashery and Sporting Club Outdoor, elevate traditional motifs to a whole new level. Available through Designers Guild, the former offers an array of classic patterns (such as tweeds, plaids and paisleys) in rich, deep tones, while the latter features everything from nautical stripes to bold florals rendered in high-performing, weather-safe materials.
Loloi’s new Heritage collection was on full display at Las Vegas Market. Made in Egypt, the series reimagines 15 of founder Amir Loloi’s favorite vintage rugs in contemporary colorways with subtly distressed finishes, such as the sunset-hued HER-09 and the aqua and terra cotta HER-06.