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We’re just weeks away from the start of spring, and design brands are dropping fresh, feel-good collections faster than the temperatures warm. From jeweled jelly-fish-clad mosaics to pothos-patterned peel-and-stick wallpapers, here are 1o standout launches from the past week.
Crate & Barrel debuted its inaugural collaboration with Jake Arnold. The highly anticipated launch comprises 50 heirloomworthy pieces spanning furniture, lighting and decor, including the gently curved, cognac velvet-upholstered Crawford sofa and the sculptural Winslow Oak Wood bar cabinet.
Chasing Paper tapped David Quarles IV for the Legacy Collection. An homage to the women in the Memphis designer’s family, the collaboration features four enchanting botanical wallpaper patterns in multiple colorways—available in both traditional and peel-and-stick styles—including the pothos-filled Conversations with Rosie and the ponderosa-pine-printed Lucille.
Clare introduced a trio of nature-inspired hues into its Nicole Gibbons–curated palette. Available as both interior and exterior paints, additions include the soft, earthy All The Sage, the grayish Rain Check and Greenish, a barely there green that moonlights as a neutral.
New Ravenna unveiled an artful new collection called Pinnacle. Selected from submissions to the brand’s first-ever mosaic design competition, the series features four fantastical hand-cut designs, such as the jeweled glass Moon Jellies by Jacquelyn Bizzotto and the meditative You Shape The World Around You by Heather Green.
French designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance’s collaboration with The Invisible Collection is a lesson in form and materiality. Currently on display at the brand’s New York showroom The Townhouse, highlights from the selection include the curvilinear, cloudlike Whisper lounge chair and the hand-sculpted, petal-shaped Mineral Flower side table 2.
U.K. decor brand Hovia partnered with autism experts to re-imagine some of its most popular murals. The launch offers four dreamy watercolor wallpaper patterns—including the ethereal mountainscape-inspired Olympus Pink and the soothing ombre-hued Vast—now available in soft, gradient shades that reduce visual stimulation and support autistic people who experience hypersensitivity in their everyday lives.
Pure Salt Interiors teamed up with Pottery Barn on an exclusive collection of hand-made rugs. The series features 10 delightful, earth-toned floorcoverings in an array of sizes and colorways, such as the scalloped Parikia, the jute Navagio and loopy boucle Lycia.
Ever Atelier called on Yates Desygn for its latest collaboration. The collection consists of 14 carefully crafted wallpapers in various prints and colorways, including the checkered In-Site, the metallic-accented Hudson Lattice and the hand-drawn Leo’s Maine.
Country Floors’s collaboration with Madcap Cottage is every bit as characterful as it is versatile. The collection showcases seven sprightly terra-cotta tile designs in an assortment of peppy hues—including the pink floral Hampton Court and the graphic navy-and-white Bahama Court—that can be applied to walls, low-traffic floors and bathroom surfaces for a spirited display.
Scot Meacham Wood Home released a charismatic line dubbed Country Club Drive. The collection boasts more than two dozen exuberant textile prints, including the plaid Spectator Tartan, the tennis-racket-covered Lawn Party and the positively preppy Ball Boy Stripe.