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We’re still weeks away from the start of summer, but the latest launches are already fiery hot. From emerald-hued outdoor dining chairs to nautical toile-print performance fabrics, here are some highlights from the recent round of releases.
Caroline Cecil Textiles unveiled a dreamy line of hand-printed fabrics dubbed Drift. The eco-friendly collection features 15 certified Belgian linen designs based on original ink paintings, including a stippled checkerboard pattern named Beck and the botanical Rhye.
Gloster debuted a breezy array of outdoor furniture by Danish designer Henrik Pedersen. The collection, called Zenith, offers an assortment of sleek seating options punctuated by tubular powder-coated aluminum frames and woven wicker backs, including a movable lounger set on oversize wheels and a padded ottoman available in a variety of weather-resistant fabrics.
In honor of its 10th anniversary, New York textile house Zak+Fox launched its first-ever line of performance fabrics. The series, named Sea Change, consists of seven nautical designs crafted from stain- and water-repellent acrylic, including the toile-esque Atlantis and the seaweed-inspired Thalassa.
RH revealed the minimalist RH Contemporary collection. The heirloom-worthy series spans furniture, lighting, textiles, art and decor designed by the likes of Ryan Korban, Joris Poggioli and Ann Marie Vering—and upholstered in merino wools and boucles from Holland & Sherry—such as a sculptural statement sofa named Lotus and burled wood dining table dubbed Bardot.
Beni Rugs called on interior stylist Colin King for the fashionable rug collection Spoken Lines. Hand-woven by Moroccan artisans, the assortment—which will be on display at Alcova during Fuorisalone next week—includes 10 designs inspired by the mosaic entryways that adorn the Piero Portaluppi building in Milan, such as the two-tone Taglia and the geometric Scala.
Kelly Wearstler teamed up with Farrow & Ball on a SoCal-inspired palette of exterior paints. The selection, named the California collection, spans eight sunbaked hues originally created for interior use—including faded terra cotta, sand and soft citron—which are now available in two outdoor-safe, weatherproof formulas.
CB2 tapped fashion designer Azeeza for a colorful outdoor capsule collection. The series boasts more than 50 summer-friendly furniture pieces and decor accents, ranging from emerald green lounge chairs to neon-hued acrylic nesting tables and cobalt blue dinnerware.
Sister Parish Design translated some of its most iconic patterns into handmade rug designs for Tibetano. The collaboration offers seven flat weaves composed of pure New Zealand wool, as well as two woven rag styles, including the crisscrossed Albert and the lattice-like Clara B.
Victor Glemaud collaborated with Schumacher on a characterful collection called Cul-De-Sac. Teeming with toile-inspired landscapes, vibrant florals and bold geometric motifs, the series pays homage to the fashion designer’s Caribbean heritage and boasts eight designs spanning printed fabrics, wallcoverings and trims.
New York designer Cara Woodhouse partnered with ABC Stone on the Classic Rock capsule collection. The collaboration features nine whimsical designs in five Italian marble colorways inspired by rock ’n’ roll music, such as a swirling pink onyx vanity sink named Rolling Stone and a shearling-clad Calacatta viola lounge chair dubbed Soft Rock.
To celebrate his inaugural Hop Up Shop in the Hamptons, Hunt Slonem introduced a brand-new bunch of delightful designs to his home decor offerings. On display in the Barn at the East Hampton Gardens through August, additions include everything from paper lanterns to dinner plates, napkins and throw pillows dressed in the artist’s signature bird, bunny and butterfly motifs.