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We’re just days away from Maison&Objet and Déco Off, and the launches are getting more imaginative by the minute. From geometric jute rugs to quilt-inspired wallpapers, these memorable debuts from the past week will whet your appetite on the flight to Paris.
Schumacher tapped tastemaker Marian McEvoy for a fanciful collaboration featuring 10 exuberant designs based on hand-illustrated artworks by the beloved Elle Decor founder and former House Beautiful editor in chief. Highlights include the delightfully stippled Polka Dot Jungle fabric and the ruffly ribbon–filled Bow-Wow-Wow wallpaper.
Bella Notte Linens released the quilted Cirillo collection just in time for the cold weather. Available in 18 dreamy, small-batch-dyed colorways—including the brand’s newly launched French Lavender and deep green Juniper—the hand-made series offers coverlets, shams, throw pillows, and two styles of blankets composed of plush 600-thread-count cotton sateen fibers.
Mark Cunningham of Marked crafted a characterful collection of wallcoverings in collaboration with Voutsa’s George Venson. The eye-catching launch includes three bold graphic patterns outfitted in reimagined Americana motifs, such as the patchwork-style Quilted Stars and the zigzagging, chevron-esque Sawtooth.
Nina Magon dropped the second installment of her ongoing collaboration with Studio M Lighting. The debut, named Dreamscapes, spans six ultrachic jewelry-inspired collections, including the crystal-necklace-esque Dolce Vita, the milky marble–clad Locket, and our current crush, the iridescent-bubble-adorned Dreamer.
Miami-based artist Élan Byrd introduced 20 new designs into her wildly popular line for Lulu and Georgia. Additions to the texture-driven series include everything from the rattan Terrene table lamp to the loosely checkered Mosaic pillow and the geometric jute-woven Tempo rug.
Breegan Jane unveiled her inaugural collection for Savoy House at Lightovation in Dallas. The 35-piece series spans chandeliers, sconces and pendant lights punctuated by bold forms and glamorous accents, such as the acrylic-baton-shaded Del Mar sconce and the Portinatx linear chandelier with hammered-metal petals that evoke a cascading flower vine.
Hapny’s Mod hardware collection is every bit as sleek as it is fun to hold. The solid brass design showcases soft edges and stepped detailing along the stem. It’s available as square knobs, T-knobs, cabinet pulls and appliance pulls, and comes in four distinct finishes, including two-tone combinations.
Chairish unveiled a fully shoppable suite inside The Colony Palm Beach. Decked head to toe in new and vintage pieces available on the brand’s website, the design—dubbed the Villa—pays homage to the famed hotel’s whimsical Old Florida–style interiors, showcasing items such as a monkey-clad chandelier wrapped in hand-woven rattan and a fanciful fireplace screen modeled after an antique Swedish birdcage.
Pavilion premiered a new series of stylish outdoor tables called Southpoint, which draws inspiration from the sprawling fishing piers along South Florida’s Atlantic coast. The collection boasts five clean-lined designs with tops available in an array of powder-coated aluminum finishes and engineered stones.
Laura Park’s English Garden collection is brimming with sophisticated whimsy. The series spans 13 vibrant floral patterns based on original paintings—including the kaleidoscopic Lady Di Yellow and the sinuously striped Primrose Blue—which can be ordered as ready-made pillows or custom fabric yardage.