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We’re not even halfway through 2022, and there’s already a slew of new design trends to contemplate. From atmospheric ombre wallpaper patterns to dining chairs dressed in shearling, here are some highlights from the latest round of releases.
Maiden Home premiered a sumptuous spring collection called Collected Home. The line offers seven handmade-to-order furniture pieces distinguished by sculptural silhouettes and touchable textures, such as the low-slung, shearling-covered Jane dining chairs and the asymmetrical Muir sectional, which boasts a built-in solid wood side table to boot.
New Zealand design studio Emma Hayes Textiles introduced two dreamy new wallpaper designs dubbed Veil and Journey. The former draws inspiration from traditional Japanese noren panels, while the latter features a loose linear pattern based on an original painting.
Minted launched an imaginative new platform for customizable fine art. The collection features over 3,500 limited edition prints—such as the abstract Certainty series by Cait Courneya and a moody cloud study by Brian Sostrom called Day Dream—that can be cropped, rotated, flipped and recolored to tailor-fit a specific interior.
Jonathan Adler debuted Shelter Island, the brand’s inaugural tile collection. Crafted in collaboration with Lunada Bay Tile, the series showcases seven handsculpted ceramic designs inspired by Adler’s own beachfront retreat, including the geometric Arc and the diamond-patterned Quadrant.
Los Angeles–based Connate Home released an artisanal assortment of made-to-order furniture pieces. Crafted by local woodworkers, stonesmiths and upholsterers, the collection boasts five architectural designs—a bench, a bookshelf, a coffee table, and dining and lounge chairs—with a portion of proceeds going to nonprofit environmental organization One Percent for the Planet.
Victoria Larson revealed a new wallpaper pattern named Westerly. Available in five soft colorways—pink, sage, blue, gray and apple green—the design features a botanical toile motif with ink and watercolor accents.
Vancouver–based furniture brand Sundays unveiled its latest collaboration with Canadian artist Scott Sueme. The exclusive capsule collection comprises two handwoven rugs composed of 100 percent wool: the navy-hued Free Study and the graphic New Tides.
Philadelphia–based sleepwear brand Printfresh launched its first line of homewares. The vibrant series spans bedding, wallpaper and shower curtains in six of its whimsical (and bestselling) patterns, including the hot pink flamingo–punctuated Flamenco and the enchanting pastel-toned Antelope’s Forest.
As first revealed at BOH’s Future of Home conference in September, Baccarat has now officially debuted an exquisite line of glassware inspired by Martha Stewart. The collection, called Martha, offers goblets, tumblers, a pitcher and an ice bucket etched with intricate crosshatch motifs modeled after the glasses the legendary hostess uses when entertaining guests at her summer home.