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It’s shaping up to be an especially busy month for design devotees. The New York Tabletop Show and DDB Fall Market wrapped this week, and High Point’s expansive seasonal furniture showcase is about to kick off next weekend. Suffice it to say, there’s no shortage of fresh, autumnal debuts to swoon over. From midcentury modern dressers made from reclaimed teak to hand-painted chinoiserie-style wallpapers, here are some highlights from the recent round of releases.
Fireclay Tile unveiled a hand-painted tile collection with Los Angeles–based textile studio Block Shop. Crafted with traditional woodblock printing techniques, the line consists of four playful pattern families—Squiggle, Dot Dash, Roundabout and Signal—in multiple colorways that can be installed in a variety of eye-catching configurations.
Canadian furniture company EQ3 released a sustainable collection called Reclaimed Teak. The expansive series includes a wide range of furnishings crafted in tropical hardwood salvaged from Indonesia’s Java region, including the midcentury-modern-style Low dresser and a small-space-savvy floating nightstand constructed with solid planks.
Industry West called on New Zealand–based design brand United Strangers for a characterful collaboration. The swoonworthy assortment is teeming with on-trend shapes and materials, including overstuffed boucle-upholstered sofas, counter stools with caned backs, and clean-lined acrylic side tables topped with thick marble slabs.
San Francisco–based tabletop and decor brand Hudson Grace launched its fall collection. The holiday-friendly offerings include everything from mustard yellow linen napkins and amber-tinted glass tumblers to sleek ceramic sauce boats and scalloped dinner plates designed to dress up your Thanksgiving tablescape.
U.K.-based wallcoverings brand de Gournay tapped iconic designer Michael S. Smith for a whimsical wallpaper collaboration. The breathtaking assortment features five hand-painted designs that celebrate themes and patterns found in nature, including the floral tile-mural-inspired Braganza and our current crush, the bird- and butterfly-filled Nordic Garden.
The Invisible Collection unveiled an exclusive capsule collection with London-based And Objects and Martin Brudnizki. The colorful selection features seven sculptural pieces inspired by the Swedish Grace movement, including a hand-glazed pink-and-green ceramic occasional table called Ropley and the Bighton statement side table with rose quartz base and malachite top.
Crate & Barrel released its second collaboration with renowned interior designer Leanne Ford. The 89 pieces offer an array of modern-country furniture and decor, including a farmhouse-inspired dining table with a trestle base, a plush sectional sofa with waterfall seats, and an arched ottoman wrapped in a fuzzy boucle.
Jamie Stern Furniture, Carpet & Leather partnered with New York design studio Dutch East Design on a gorgeous collection of natural fiber rugs named Stria. The handwoven assortment features five bold motifs available in your choice of size or custom coloration, including the ombre-style Abound, the grid-patterned Frame of Mind, and the graphic Stop Motion.
Sustainable furniture brand Model No. launched its latest eco-friendly collection, the Platform Series. Crafted from renewable and biodegradable materials, including organic latex foam, upcycled down feathers and Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified hardwood, the customizable assortment includes sofas, chairs, an ottoman and a coffee table that are as easy on the eyes as they are on the environment.
Recently rebranded rug company Patterson Flynn released its first-ever textile collection, Wovens I, for Schumacher. The 33-piece assortment spans a slew of stylish patterns in sumptuous materials, including Karla, a fleeced wool fabric available in five versatile colorways, and a channeled velvet named Frederika that comes in four distinct earth tones.
The award-winning (and TikTok-famous) Cloud Bed series by Ori is available to purchase for the first time ever at the transforming-furniture company’s design studio in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Previously only available to real estate developers, the Sofa Edition boasts a bed frame that floats up to the ceiling to reveal a loveseat underneath, while the Table Edition transitions between a bedroom, dining area or home office with a single touch of your smartphone.
Homepage photo: A room curated by Edward Hurst featuring Botanical Studies wallpaper by Michael S. Smith for de Gournay | Courtesy of de Gournay