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Winter market season is in full swing, and the launches are getting hotter by the minute. Between the latest designer collaborations and the imaginative showcases at Shoppe Object, there’s no shortage of dreamy debuts to admire over the weekend. From ombre window panels to outdoor-friendly boucle-upholstered lounge chairs, here are some of our favorite drops from the past week.
Perennials and Sutherland released a joint collection called Wabi Sabi. The former introduced eight outdoor-ready fabric patterns and three floor coverings drenched in colorful, feel-good motifs—including a hand-knotted ombre rug and the delightfully dashed Arigato upholstery—while the latter dropped six bold, angular furniture designs available in teak or aluminum.
Anthropologie tapped Katie Hodges for a 35-piece collection that spans bedroom, living room and bathroom furnishings infused with the Los Angeles designer’s signature California-cool style. Standouts include a faux-fur-upholstered accent chair with a scalloped back and a velvet sofa with angled arms and turned birch-wood legs.
Studio MTX—the Parisian firm behind Chanel’s masterful Métiers d’Art creations—presented four bespoke designs inside the Invisible Collection penthouse in New York’s Steinway Tower this week. Debuts include Coda, a wall mirror fashioned from twisted cords and 250 gold-galvanized tubes, and the Leaves Color Gradient window panel, a customizable ombre stunner with brushed brass accents—supplying an artful alternative to traditional blinds.
Nursery furniture and decor maker Nestig’s latest collab pays homage to beloved children’s book author Richard Scarry. The collection offers bedding, curtain panels, floor coverings and wall art adorned in some of the late artist’s most iconic illustrations, including a quilt clad in characterful cars and trucks and a machine-washable organic cotton rug depicting a pair of mice driving a crayon-shaped automobile.
At Shoppe Object, Heller unveiled its soon-to-be-launched SOS stool by Josh Owen. The multitasking minimalist design is crafted from recycled postconsumer plastic, and it features two gently curved side hooks that serve as wineglass holders or as handles that allow the seat to moonlight as a tray.
Kismet House launched two collections in collaboration with Studio M Lighting. The first, called Kismet, includes four fixtures with fluted satin-white glass shades that mimic pleated fabric, while Primrose offers a sconce, pendant and flush mount outfitted in a scalloped metal shade with a hand-applied gold leaf interior.
Mud Australia unveiled its sprightly Spring 2024 Edit at Shoppe Object. In addition to an assortment of soft-hued tableware—in shades such as mint green Pistachio and pale blue Duck Egg—showstoppers included the Sydney-based brand’s newly launched pendant lighting and lamps, as well as a line of hand-sculpted vases.
Tineke Triggs introduced the Uniek tile series into her ongoing collaboration with Maison Surface. The collection includes 13 distinctive stone designs with dazzling deco-style patterns, such as the diamondlike Britt; the cuboid Jorah; and Taylor, a wavy-lined beauty with aubergine accents.
Matthew Fisher’s line for Remains Lighting is a love letter to ancient Greece. The series draws inspiration from classic Greek mythology, featuring seven geometric designs dressed in elemental materials such as stone, leather and linen—including the hand-carved white alabaster Kalathi hanging lantern and the cascading Nima drop chandelier, made from inlaid slabs of machined brass.
Pierce & Ward’s line for Modern Matter is brimming with bohemian whimsy. The collection showcases 18 eye-catching solid brass hardware designs—including some bedecked in pine or betel-nut palm details—such as the ribbed Florence knob, the sphinx-shaped Josephine bracket, and the dotted, deco-style Joan ring pull.
Neighbor’s recent releases will instantly elevate your client’s outdoor space. Along with the Acorn lantern—a portable, rechargeable LED light with an optional stand—introductions include the slatted teak Haven bench and the sled-style, Sunbrella boucle–upholstered Dweller chair.