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We’re in the midst of the holiday homestretch, and spectacular new collections are launching left and right. From solid stone lounge chairs to farm-inspired toile wallpaper, here are some highlights from the latest round of debuts.
Chasing Paper introduced seven fresh Americana wallpaper prints into its wildly popular collaboration with Portland, Oregon, designer Max Humphrey. Available in traditional and peel-and-stick options, debuts include the forested Birch Tree, the faux timber Wood Plank and our current crush, the bucolic landscape Farm Toile.
Bert & May dropped two characterful cement tile collections, Borders and Art Deco. The former features seven geometrical styles that can be combined to create a trimlike tiled frame, while the latter offers an array of jazzy architectural designs, such as the elliptical Loop and the undulating Curve.
Laine + Alliage debuted its hand-painted Coco Palm wallcovering. A love song to the frond-filled jungles of the Yucatan, the dreamy design features a deep blue botanical motif with pigmented pops of shiny bronze. It’s available in two hues and can be printed on a glittering gold ground for a rich, shimmery finish.
Atlanta-based brand Holland MacRae called on New England Home editor at large Clinton Smith for an heirloomworthy collaboration. The collection showcases 20 contemporary yet classically informed designs crafted by artisans in workshops throughout the English countryside, including the Arts and Crafts–style Richmond dining chair and the saber-legged Lausanne side table.
Aux Abris’s new Circular Thinking wallpaper collection is pure geometrical perfection. Available in multiple colorways, the series features two spirited designs, the constellation-style Balancing Act and the dissected-sphere-filled Circle Squared, printed on a textural woven ground, the striated Rough Weave.
B&B Italia released a special-edition Camaleonda sofa swathed in an exclusive Stella McCartney–designed fabric. The beloved Mario Bellini design, featuring the eco-conscious British fashion designer’s signature S-Wave monogram, comes upholstered in naNea—an innovative biodegradable synthetic fabric—and is available in three hues: Ecru, Antique Pink and Pearl Gray.
Jaipur Living tapped husband-and-wife duo Heather and Jason Rosfeld of Heja Home for its latest collaboration. The collection offers eight hand-knotted rug designs adorned in warm neutral tones and tactile natural fibers, such as the Moroccan-style Merzouga MHH02 and the 100 percent pure wool Zayda ZHH03.
Resource Furniture added the highly customizable Skyline sofa to its ever-expanding portfolio of multifunctional offerings. The modular design comes in a range of fabrics, finishes and configurations and boasts a built-in leather-wrapped side table to help free up floor space.
Carl Hansen & Søn rolled out a limited-edition Shell chair to honor the iconic piece’s 60th anniversary. Available through the end of the month, the launch offers Hans J. Wegner’s three-legged design in FSC-certified rosewood and oak with an oil-rubbed finish and an optional matte black leather seat cushion for added comfort.
The Lawns launched its first line of pillows just in time for the holidays. Available in every fabric the New York brand carries, the eye-catching cushions come in two sizes and can be filled with responsibly made down or angel-hair inserts (for outdoor-ready upholsteries).
Vincent Van Duysen unveiled the Gravitas collection in collaboration with Arca. The series spans 18 stunning designs with simple yet sculptural forms made in your choice of four sumptuous stones, including a scoop-seated lounge chair, a column-like bookcase, and a slender coffee table with a sleek semicircular silhouette.