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The latest launches are fresher than the spring blooms budding outside. From superyacht-inspired outdoor loungers to scalloped rugs made from recycled water bottles, here are 10 can’t-miss debuts from the past week.
Artistic Tile unveiled two new mosaic tile collections, Opia and Kata, by Toronto designer Ali Budd. The former pays homage to the art deco movement and features a metal-accented geometric motif, while the latter showcases a high-contrast, multitonal pattern composed of three unique types of natural stone.
Jennifer Manners introduced two new collections into her eco-friendly Re/Purpose Performance series, which features rugs crafted from recycled water bottles. The first, Scallop, offers a flat-weave style—available in multiple sizes and colorways—with undulating edges designed in collaboration with Salvesen Graham; the second line, Provence, includes four designs that mimic the appearance of natural jute, such as the checkered Antibes and the fringe-trimmed Marseille.
Society Social dropped a fresh collection of peel-and-stick faux grasscloth wallpapers. The launch introduces seven sprightly colorways—based on direct customer feedback—into the brand’s ongoing collaboration with NuWallpaper by Wallpops, including the sky-hued Whisper Blue, the light green Cucumber and the pale orangey-pink Apricot.
Pittsburgh-based designer Leanne Ford rolled out her first line of outdoor designs for Crate & Barrel. The collection features 10 contemporary teak furnishings punctuated by angular lines and slatted details—including a sofa, dining chair and chaise lounge—as well as an assortment of minimalist decor pieces such as concrete side tables, weather-safe floor cushions and melamine dinner plates.
Arteriors dropped its sixth collaboration with Barry Dixon. The 19-piece collection draws inspiration from the great outdoors, offering items ranging from a mixed-metal mirror outfitted in brass-and-bronze clouds to a curvilinear iron-and-wood stool with a built-in bookshelf.
Sferra’s latest launch is a love letter to springtime. Currently on display in the brand’s New York town house showroom, the selection spans seven sumptuously soft bed linen collections swimming in sunny hues and free-spirited motifs, such as the bougainvillea-covered percale Procida set and the delightfully striped sateen Mara series.
Liberty dove deep into its archives for its collaboration with The Rug Company. The six-piece collection is outfitted in some of the British brand’s most iconic heritage prints—a few of which date back to the 1880s—including the peacock-feather-filled Hera, the art-nouveau-esque Hana and the trompe-l’oeil-style Ianthe.
Miller House launched an enchanting line of hand-painted wallpapers called California Garden. Available in eight earthy colorways—including Lavender, Sage and Mushroom—the collection consists of five intricately illustrated patterns that celebrate the SoCal landscape, such as the squiggly Vines, the ethereal Succulents and the leafy Pittosporum.
The Shade Store tapped Victoria Hagan for an exclusive collaboration. The collection features 11 dreamy window treatment patterns woven from an array of rich materials, including the jacquard-woven Jasmine, the floral velvet Petal and the chicly banded Casa Stripe.
Sutherland debuted a nautical outdoor collection called Oceana. Inspired by the work of late superyacht designer Jon Bannenberg, the series boasts seven ultrasleek teakwood designs, including a round occasional table with stainless steel inlays and an adjustable chaise upholstered in your choice of over 900 Perennials fabrics.