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The temperatures may be cooling outside, but the launches are getting hotter by the minute. Between Salon Art + Design in New York and the latest designer collaborations, there’s no shortage of inventive new products to admire over the weekend. From free-form bronze console tables to contemporary hand-painted quilts, here are 10 memorable debuts from the past week.
Fyrn welcomed the Keyhole collection into its growing family of circularity-minded offerings. The debut includes the brand’s first-ever dining table—a sleek, trestle-style stunner crafted in solid North American hardwoods—and an accompanying clean-lined bench, both of which are reinforced with exposed metal brackets that allow each piece to be broken down and replaced in parts to ensure a longer life cycle.
Jessica Helgerson’s new lighting collections for Roll & Hill are a love letter to old-school style. Available as pendants and sconces, the wood series, Del Playa, pays tribute to the Arts and Crafts-esque aesthetic of 1970s California, while the brass Rue Sala style references the ornate motifs found on antique French furniture.
Todd Merrill Studio presented an array of avant-garde pieces at Salon Art + Design. On top of the colorful Circles and Lines chandelier—bedecked in hand-blown tinted glass bulbs—by Jamie Harris, the display showcased an array of bold biomorphic works, such as Yunhwan Kim’s amorphous Unintended bronze console and Paul Swan Topen’s fluid, liquid bronze–covered Diploe pendant.
Paola Melendez Casa released Send Flowers, a selection of fabric patterns inspired by floral motifs found throughout art and textile history. The launch features three hand-illustrated designs, screen-printed in multiple earthy colorways, including the striped, Greek pottery–style Amphora, the botanical Ikat Garden and the medallion-esque Jungle Damask.
Olivia Muniak dropped her namesake collection just in time for the holidays. The line features 16 heirloom-quality tablewares crafted by local Los Angeles–based artisans in sophisticated natural materials, such as the lip-edged, ceramic Fiore dinner plate and the Lazy Fancy placemat woven from 100 percent linen.
At Salon Art + Design, Charles Zana unveiled his second collection of self-produced mobilier designs. In addition to the serpentine Guillaume sofa and the billowing Teddy headboard, introductions include a suede-upholstered stained oak dining chair named Ana, and Kos, a silver travertine table lamp capped with a woven wicker lampshade.
Italian design lovers rejoice: Ginori 1735 launched Domus, its first-ever home collection. Available exclusively at ABC Carpet & Home, the series offers seating, case goods and cushions adorned in vibrant patterns inspired by the brand’s iconic ceramic motifs, such as the two-toned floral LaVenus lounge chair and the graphic Dulcis pouf.
Oeuf’s latest launch, Moss, is proof that kids’ furniture doesn’t have to skimp on style. The playful five-piece collection is crafted from solid birch and offers everything from a spindled crib with protective side rails to a chic three-drawer dresser with oversize pulls and a toddler-size bed bedecked in undulating scallops.
Liz O’Brien’s Brian McCarthy–designed booth at Salon Art + Design was teeming with Arts and Crafts–friendly inspo. Along with a selection of the New York brand’s gorgeous antique designs—including a set of 1940s cerused oak chairs by Frances Elkins—the showcase featured a pair of dreamy, hand-dyed and -painted pieces by quiltmaker Carson Converse.
Coyuchi rolled out its highly anticipated collaboration with Rejuvenation, including its inaugural line of hand-made carpets. The drop spans 10 sumptuous designs crafted in highly touchable organic materials, such as the quilted cotton Cascade blanket and the Meares rug, a hand-knotted stunner woven from pure wool.