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It’s shaping up to be a busy weekend for design devotees. The Winter Las Vegas Market kicks off on Sunday, offering nearly 4,300 gift and home resources across 500 showrooms between its virtual and on-site showings. From Bauhaus-inspired fabrics to lounge chairs with serpentine silhouettes, here are some standouts from the recent round of debuts to tide us over in the meantime.
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams unveiled its spring 2022 collection. Brimming with natural materials and rich earth tones, the heirloom-worthy assortment spans furniture, bedding and decor accents designed to bring a touch of nature indoors, such as an eye-catching coffee table crafted from onyx called Petra, and a curvy overstuffed sofa called Niles.
Creative wallcoverings company Chasing Paper tapped Portland, Oregon–based designer Max Humphrey for its latest collaboration. Influenced by nostalgic Americana motifs, the collection features 11 wallpaper designs—available in both peel-and-stick and traditional styles–including a large-scale check pattern named Big Gingham and our current crush, a dreamy forest-themed stunner called Pacific Northwest, and a pair of flooring prints.
Austin-based home furnishings brand Four Hands launched its winter collection. Drawing inspiration from the fluid forms and color palettes of the West Texas landscape (swoon!), introductions span 10 product categories—including art, rugs and lighting—and offer everything from a solid oak side table with a cone-shaped marble top to a serpentine lounge chair clad in sandy boucle performance fabric.
The Shade Store debuted the Artisan Weaves collection. Available in over 30 distinct colorways, the assortment offers 11 natural material options for the brand’s bestselling Roman and Woven Wood shades, such as an asymmetrical weave crafted from knotted grasses called Coastline, and Reed, a horizontal pattern composed of the slender-leaved plant of the same name.
Loro Piana unveiled its 2022 interiors collection. The sumptuous assortment features fabrics, soft furnishings and a handful of furniture pieces punctuated by plush materials and intricate patterns, including upholstery embellished with lavish geometric bands named Sumak, and chairs clad in a contemporary ikat print called Giava.
St. Augustine, Florida–based textile designer Courtney Krug launched a characterful fiber and dry goods line called At300Nelson. The artful assortment features fabrics, pillows and ottomans upholstered in graphic hand-sketched patterns, including a Bauhaus-inspired geometric print named Leucadia and a wavy arc motif called Ortega.
Knoll called on multidisciplinary designer Ini Archibong for an outdoor-friendly collaboration. Inspired by the artist’s grandmother, mother and daughter, the Iquo collection features a handful of sleek yet sturdy bistro tables and chairs that are designed to withstand the elements, but elegant enough to employ indoors.
Poggenpohl debuted a posh collection of kitchen designs called Spotting New Dimensions. The sophisticated assortment offers everything from worktop surfaces to state-of-the art shelving systems constructed of opulent organic materials, including a kitchen island with a striking Rosso Lepanto marble top and a display cabinet composed of knotty oak and ribbed glass.
Nourison rolled out the latest installment of its 57 Grand series by Nicole Curtis, as well as a complementary pillow collection. The former features patterned rugs with geometrical motifs in an array of versatile hues, while the latter offers coordinating throw pillows with unique textured accents such as fringed edges and tassels.
Homepage photo: The Carson sofa in ivory performance velvet and Maya pendant by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams | Courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams