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Spring market season is in full swing, and the launches are getting more rambunctious every day. From neoclassical outdoor lounge chairs to wildflower-filled fabric patterns, here are 11 standouts from the newest round of releases.
Kelly Wearstler unveiled her latest collection, VII, for Lee Jofa Modern. The line spans eight stunning graphic designs in muted tones based on hand-painted artworks and computer-generated drawings, including the trippy op-art-esque Refrakt and the undulating 1960s-style Colonnade.
Sergio Mercado’s collection for Borrowed Earth Collaborative, Astradia, was on full display at the Kips Bay Decorator Show House New York. Available exclusively through ABC Stone, the hand-finished design is carved from milled stone and comes in your choice of Venato Beige or Taj White marbles for a monolithic look.
At Legends of La Cienega, Studio M Lighting launched Futuristic & Full of Gusto, its first collaboration with César Giraldo. Available as pendants and wall and ceiling lights, the hand-blown glass designs are based on bespoke pieces the Los Angeles designer created for a client residing in Marilyn Monroe’s former Hollywood home and come with your choice of gold or gunmetal fittings for an added dash of glamour.
House of Léon’s Provence line is a love song to the French countryside. The neoclassical-inspired collection includes 11 delicate-yet-durable furniture designs crafted with minimalist iron frames and curly boucle fabrics, including a sculptural lounge chair with gently sloped arms and an adjustable daybed with vintage-style wheels for easy movement.
CW Stockwell debuted a charismatic collection of outdoor-ready upholstery designs in collaboration with Sunbrella. The series, called Joy, draws inspiration from the former’s 120-year-old archive and offers a bold mix of bright hues and textural scales, such as the blossom-filled Million Flowers and the dotted-and-dashed Essex.
Sasha Bikoff’s Lifesaver series for Walters Wicker is pure alfresco eye candy. The weather-safe selection pays homage to the outdoor designs of the European modernist movement and features 13 perforated pieces with gently rounded aluminum platform bases, ranging from sofas and lounge chairs to dining tables and double chaises.
Cold Picnic premiered Sweetie, its inaugural line of fabrics. A tribute to Louis Armstrong’s exuberant home in Queens, New York—where the brand is based—the collection offers six retro-style upholstery patterns, as well as coordinating rugs and wallpapers, including the sunny yellow Disappearing Daffodil and the lilac-striped Eyelash Flower.
Michelle Nussbaumer’s Venezia series for Modern Matter is brimming with old-world sophistication. The elaborately embellished collection boasts nine gemstone-topped hardware designs inspired by the opulent palazzos of Italy, such as the hexagonal Lucia ring pull and the intricately carved Bellini knob.
Loeffler Randall released its first-ever wallpaper and fabric collection in partnership with Temple Studio. The series features five delightful patterns punctuated by sprightly hues and whimsical floral motifs, including the sky blue, dainty-daisy-clad Ditsy and the pink-rose-banded Botanical Stripe.
Shiir Rugs rolled out an eco-friendly line of outdoor floorcoverings called Plein Air. The collection includes nine hand-knotted designs made from weather-resistant recycled plastic bottle fibers (PET), such as the wavy-lined Colline and the kaleidoscopically embroidered Carreau Pa.
North Carolina–based bedding brand Pippen House dropped a game-changing duvet system named Signature. In addition to a pair of flange-bordered sham pillowcases, the fuss-free series includes a buttery-soft, 300-thread-count bamboo-cotton blend cover and coordinating down-alternative insert outfitted in hidden long-line zippers that allow you to simply zip both pieces together—or apart for washing—with ease.