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Fall has officially arrived, and design trends are changing as swiftly as the seasons. Following the bold hues and exuberant patterns that reigned supreme this summer, a whole new assortment of imaginative collections have emerged just in time for autumn. From velvet-upholstered chairs made of recycled water bottles to Central Park–inspired wallcoverings, here are some standouts in the latest round of launches.
Anthropologie tapped Canadian designer Christiane Lemieux for a second collaboration just in time for fall. Brimming with sculptural silhouettes, sumptuous fabrics and artisanal accents, the eclectic assortment offers everything from burl wood console tables to iridescent aperitif glasses and a fuzzy boucle-upholstered bed that we’ll be dreaming of for weeks.
Georgia-based fiber artist Trish Andersen debuted a vibrant line of tufted wool rugs. Crafted by hand using a carpet tufting gun, the colorful collection includes three splatter-paint-inspired styles in a range of sizes that will instantly transform your floors into works of art.
B&B Italia collaborated with Italian designer Monica Armani on a strikingly sleek series of dining tables and chairs. Inspired by the shape of Jackie Kennedy Onassis’s iconic sunglasses, the shapely Allure O’ table and the Flair O’ chair both feature truncated pyramid-style bases and curvy, rounded tops that evoke the spirit of 1960s glamour.
Marika Meyer Textiles debuted a charming new collection called Dumbarton. Drawing from the key principles of garden design—form, line, and color—the selection boasts three nature-inspired styles, including a leaf-patterned fabric called Willow, the graphic plaid-esque Boxwood, and a multicolored floral print named Aster.
Sustainable furniture brand Sabai launched the eco-friendly Essential chair. Inspired by the Alma Chair from Hawkins New York and the Païpaï chair from Ligne Roset, the piece comes upholstered in your choice of either upcycled polypropylene fabric—which doesn’t require any land or water for production—or a plush velvet composed of recycled water bottles.
Luxury hardware brand Waterworks partnered with design firm ASH NYC on a limited-edition line of bath fittings. The colorful capsule collection introduces four new hues into the brand’s popular porcelain-handled Highgate series: Azure Blue, Cerise Red, Citron Yellow and Jade Green.
New Orleans–based interior atelier Fleur Home launched a delightful collection of mirrors sold exclusively through Chairish. The eye-catching assortment features 25 designs by local artists Liz Marsh and Palm Orleans, ranging from wavy tortoise-shell-inspired styles to ones with sprightly multicolored floral motifs.
Concrete Collaborative called on Newport Beach–based designer Raili Clasen to create a tile collection called Del Sol. Teeming with graphic lines and playful shapes, the sunny assortment comes in two geometric designs, Arch and Stripe, each available in six different colorways that can be mixed and matched to your heart’s content.
New York–based textile studio Weitzner released a delightful new collection inspired by the beauty of Central Park. The spirited assortment features 19 unique designs available in a variety of earth-tone shades, including an embroidered grasscloth wallcovering called Delacorte, and our current crush, a shimmery velvet floral fabric called Mesmerize.
The Met Store at the Metropolitan Museum of Art unveiled its second collaboration with New York City–based decoupage artist John Derian. Adapted from works in the museum’s archives, the artful assortment features five handblown glass pieces, including an oval plate with a detail of a painting from a 19th-century illustrated manual and a tray with a floral motif sourced from an 1860s lithograph.
Custom window coverings company Hunter Douglas added two fresh collections to its Design Studio soft goods series. The first, called Traditional Redefined, includes an assortment of highly stylized interpretations of classic patterns by visual artist Marcie Bronkar. While the second, Artisanal Craftsmanship, features seven vibrant fabrics inspired by textile designer Seema Krish’s worldly travels.
Homepage photo: (Clockwise from top left) The Lemieux et Cie Meudon floor lamp, Rue bookshelf, Pernelle dining chair in Walnut, Elysees dining table, Flatwoven Manette rug in Blush, Navier coffee table, and Layers sofa in Porto Velvet in Alpine by Christiane Lemieux for Anthropologie | Courtesy of Anthropologie