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Hot on the heels of High Point, the spirited spring collections keep rolling in. From storage trays lined with natural hair-on-hide to bright floral-print dining tables, here are some highlights from the latest round of releases.
Lemieux et Cie debuted an artful outdoor collection called Fragmented Materiality. Available on Monday, the sun-kissed assortment features an array of weather-resistant textiles adorned with handsketched motifs pulled from the brand’s archives, including an ombre terra cotta–hued pillow named Watercolor Stripe and Sakya, a Tibetan tiger–clad flat-weave rug composed of recycled plastic.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard unveiled a characterful collaboration with SV Casa. The line offers three distinct decor collections aburst with bold contrasting hues and glamorous historical references, such as an old Hollywood–style cocktail bar trunk with a handinlaid key motif and an arch-covered tissue box inspired by the floors of the Palais Royal in Paris.
Anthropologie called on Mark D. Sikes for a maximalist-minded collection. Named after the designer’s beloved French bulldog, Poppy, the series spans furniture, lighting, wallpaper and accessories in lively yet sophisticated major-impact prints ranging from a chic grid-lined bookcase to a vibrant floral-patterned dining table.
Chasing Paper tapped artist Jacqueline Schmidt to illustrate a dreamy line of wallcoverings. Available in both traditional and peel-and-stick options, the collection includes nine delicate nature-inspired designs in earthy colorways, such as a charming moss-hued fungi print named Mushroom and the soft beige flora-and-fauna-themed Woodland.
Connecticut-based design firm Kathryn Hunt Studio launched Playa de Lago, its inaugural line of wallcoverings. Available on clay paper or grasscloth grounds, the collection features 13 dainty patterns based on original artwork, including the dash-filled Shadow Stripe and the geometric On the Edge.
Regina Andrew Detroit’s spring collection is an ode to the great outdoors. Crafted from natural materials like linen, rattan and woven bamboo, the series is brimming with organic hues and motifs, and offers everything from hair-on-hide storage trays to textured metal table lamps.
French design brand Rinck teamed up with Fromental to release Ornements, a collaborative capsule collection of needlepoint-upholstered furniture. Designed in homage to early 20th-century tapestry artist Jean Lurçat, the series boasts three heirloom-worthy pieces: the sunburst-patterned Elysée chair, the graphic trompe l’oeil–style Josephine pouf and a lavender floral bench named Furstenberg.
French fabric and wallcovering brand Élitis premiered an exuberant upholstery collection named Milano. Teeming with kaleidoscopic hues and high-contrast op art motifs, the line features three eye-catching jacquard patterns cast on buttery-smooth velvet, each available in multiple colorways.
Lazzoni dropped a fresh line of outdoor furniture just in time for the warm weather seasons. Constructed from naturally weather-safe materials, such as wicker and wood, the series spans lounge chairs, sofas, dining sets and accent tables with simple silhouettes and soft neutral finishes to boot.
Patterson Flynn released an eco-friendly assortment of performance fabrics named Marli. Woven with naturally durable and waterproof hemp, the series, which is available through Schumacher, comes in three versatile hues forged from colorfast dyes that resist the sun, chlorine and seawater—sans any pesky chemicals.