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We’re only two weeks away from ringing in 2022, and an exciting round of new collections have arrived just in time to close out the year in style. From candy-colored silicone seating to gold art deco-inspired rugs, here are some standouts among the latest round of debuts.
Clé Tile tapped Erica Tanov for a biomorphic collaboration called Fern. Available in four earth-toned colorways, the collection features hand-poured cement tiles that are safe for indoor or outdoor use and clad in the Berkeley, California–based designer’s signature tree shadow motif.
Orange County–based design studio Lindye Galloway released a new coastal-inspired furniture collection. The ultrachic assortment features five minimalist pieces custom-designed for social media influencer and strategist Jasmine Star, including a Scandi-style white oak bench with leather cushions and a low-profile play table with oval legs.
New Zealand–based design studio Emma Hayes Textiles introduced three dreamy pastel colorways into its Sediment wallpaper collection. Inspired by sedimentary rocks, the ombré wallcoverings feature soft, gently layered tones that transition from light to dark, including Dawn, Greystone and Sunset.
Patterson Flynn launched a sophisticated line of statement rugs named Black Tie Optional. Brimming with classic patterns and luxe details, the collection boasts 16 debonair designs, including an art deco-inspired stunner in black and gold designed by Hutton Wilkinson, and a handtufted, wool-and-silk style that mimics malachite.
London-based wallcovering studio Sian Zeng debuted a whimsical line of wallpaper murals called Swan Lake. Inspired by Tchaikovsky’s beloved ballet, the collection features an enchanting swan-and-lily motif created in collaboration with painter Irina Vakulevam, and it's available in soft green or terra cotta tones.
Revival Rugs’s latest drop pays homage to 1970s California. Teeming with rich earth tones and funky retro patterns, the Laurel Canyon collection features four handknotted designs with cut-pile motifs inspired by the palettes found in old-school Steve McQueen movies and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Sustainable fashion and decor brand Rentrayage released a characterful holiday home collection. The limited-edition assortment spans dinnerware, textiles and decor accents that were handcrafted by artisans from across the globe. Pieces include rainbow-colored vases made of recycled glass, paint-splatter-style serving platters, and squiggly candle holders.
New York–based furniture gallery Duplex unveiled an exuberant collaboration with Milanese rug company cc-tapis. Designed by Mae Engelgeer, the Gold Is Bold collection features the handknotted Bliss Ultimate rug in a dazzling golden colorway showcased alongside Jonas Wagell's Julep sofa for Tacchini, which is upholstered in gilt-hued mohair by Raf Simons for Kvadrat.
Artist Nick Missel debuted a futuristic furniture series at Frampton Co.’s Exhibition Penthouse. The sculptural collection features seven candy-colored pieces, including an ombré blue-green bench, an emerald green seat cube, and a ruby red chandelier composed of outdoor-friendly silicone.
Studio Proba partnered with the Toni Garrn Foundation, a nonprofit organization focused on education initiatives in Africa, on a kaleidoscopic rug collection called TGF x Little Proba. Based on artwork by students at Wioso Senior High School in Ghana, the eye-catching assortment boasts 27 bold handwoven designs, including the geometrical Mary Dukuand, and our current crush, the Henri Matisse-esque Elizabeth Agyapong 02.
Homepage photo: Selections from Rentrayage's holiday collection, including the set of six vintage glass plates in sage, the Nada Duele candle holders in gold and iron, and Greentree pillar beeswax candles in sage and cream | Courtesy of Rentrayage