product preview | Mar 8, 2024 |
Fresh outdoor-ready debuts from Fritz Hansen, Clé Tile, Jamie Stern and more

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We’re one week into March, and it’s beginning to look a lot like spring in the design world. From gemstone-colored performance velvets to kid-friendly cloud-covered wallpaper, here are some of our favorite debuts from the past week.

Fresh outdoor-ready debuts from Fritz Hansen, Clé Tile, Jamie Stern and more
Fritz Hansen’s Tradition collection by Povl B. Eskildsen Courtesy of Fritz Hansen

Fritz Hansen unveiled Tradition, a hand-crafted collection of outdoor furniture by Danish designer Povl B. Eskildsen. The series spans seven modular teakwood designs—including four spindled lounge chairs, two slatted tables and an upholstered pouf—that can be combined in an array of vista-enhancing arrangements.

Left: Eastern Expression tile in Fresh Yuzu by OuterClé Courtesy of OuterClé | Right: Torrone I tile in Rosso from the Dolce Vita Terrazzo collection Courtesy of OuterClé

Clé Tile launched OuterClé, its new online destination for outdoor-friendly surfaces. The platform offers more than a thousand artisan-made, weather-safe designs (including hundreds of gorgeous, hard-wearing pool tiles), such as the terrazzo Torrone 1, the fluted Origami and the sunny Eastern Expression.

Fresh outdoor-ready debuts from Fritz Hansen, Clé Tile, Jamie Stern and more
Pierre Frey’s Ichika wallpaper in Terre by Keiko YanagisawaConstance E.T. De Tourniel

Keiko Yanagisawa’s Ichika wallpaper for Pierre Frey is a botanical masterpiece. The fantastical pattern is available in two colorways, earthy brown Terre and green Vert, and showcases an intricately detailed flower-bed motif based on one of the Japaneses artist’s original ink-and-gouache paintings.

Fresh outdoor-ready debuts from Fritz Hansen, Clé Tile, Jamie Stern and more
Jamie Stern’s Kensington Square performance velvet in (from top) Shelburne, Sheerwater, La Cage and BramblingCourtesy of Jamie Stern

Jamie Stern debuted the ultradreamy Emilio velvet collection. The highly touchable line of performance fabrics features four midcentury-style geometric patterns in a rainbow of rich, jewel-toned colorways, including the chenille Radiance, the spotted Kensington Square, and Rondelle, a multicolored beauty inspired by stained glass windows.

Left: Camp Blau wallpaper in BR4201-1 by Tres Tintas at Studio Four NYC Courtesy of Studio Four NYC | Right: Villa wallpaper in IT4401-2 Courtesy of Studio Four NYC

Studio Four NYC is now the exclusive U.S. carrier of fashion-forward wallcoverings brand Tres Tintas. The Barcelona-based brand collaborates with Spanish avant-garde artists and designers to produce its artful, of-the-moment papers and murals, such as the painterly Catalonian countryside–themed Camp Blau and the architectural Villa.

Fresh outdoor-ready debuts from Fritz Hansen, Clé Tile, Jamie Stern and more
Dune table lamps by In Common WithWilliam Jess Laird

In Common With dropped Dune, a playful line of outdoor-ready lighting. Available in five colorful finishes ranging from deep yellow Turmeric to pale bluish-gray Pool, the collection features three styles of LED lights with sleek saucerlike shades, including a portable table lamp, a surface mount, and a dimmable sconce with an undulating arm.

Left: House of Hackney’s Stratus wallpaper in Sky Christopher Horwood | Right: Trematonia wallpaper in Tourmaline Christopher Horwood

B Corp–certified British brand House of Hackney released an enchanting collection of kid-friendly wallpapers made using eco-conscious, PVC-free materials. The line, named The Child’s Garden, features nine whimsical designs, including the cloud-filled Stratus, the flamingo-clad Flamboyance and Trematonia, a botanical charmer adorned in a fanciful flora-and-fauna motif.

Fresh outdoor-ready debuts from Fritz Hansen, Clé Tile, Jamie Stern and more
Beyond by Jacob Hashimoto for MaharamCourtesy of Maharam

Maharam called on Jacob Hashimoto to design his very first textile collection. The collaboration translates the New York artist’s sculptural installations into two intricately woven upholsteries: the graphic, asymmetrically striped Beyond and Midair, a multitonal stunner covered in 19 small-scale patterns—both available in multiple colorways.

Left: The Harper rug in Midnight by Jake Arnold for Lulu and Georgia Courtesy of Lulu and Georgia | Right: The Havenhurst rug in Ivory Courtesy of Lulu and Georgia

Jake Arnold introduced eight sophisticated new rug designs into his ongoing collaboration with Lulu and Georgia. Available in multiple sizes, the additions include everything from the hand-knotted wool Abbey and the grid-lined Harper to the subtly shimmering Chiltern and the jute-woven Havenhurst.

Fresh outdoor-ready debuts from Fritz Hansen, Clé Tile, Jamie Stern and more
A chair upholstered in Fox Linton’s Mineral in Timberwolf, and pillows in the fabric’s Lapis and Cavern colorwaysCourtesy of Fox Linton

Fox Linton’s spring collection is equal parts elegant and approachable. The series introduces seven sumptuous fabric designs, each available in multiple colorways and composed of highly touchable materials, such as the soft, chevron-patterned Tide Pool; the two-tone Mineral; and Lomond, a lustrous satin weave drapery.

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