collections | Nov 12, 2020 |
Mix and match: 11 gorgeous new mixed-finish pieces

The ability to masterfully mix finishes is essential to good design. BOH found 11 new products that do the work for you, beautifully combining materials in fresh and exciting ways.

Artistic Tile's Zephyr in Nero
Artistic Tile’s Zephyr in NeroCourtesy of Artistic Tile

Artistic Tile — Alison Rose Zephyr

In this creation from interior designer Alison Rose, inlaid brass lines swerve through Carrara marble for an undulating, textured finish. Available in both black and white marble, either option a sumptuous and modern take on stone.

Frette's Forever Lace sheets
Frette’s Forever Lace sheetsCourtesy of Frette

Frette — Fall/Winter Collection

In the high-end linen company’s newest collection, two styles—the Luxury Lozenge and the Forever Lace—feature woven jacquard in a silk-and-cotton blend with a tone-on-tone lattice design inspired by European treillage. The effect is stunningly intricate and one-of-a-kind.

Brizo Litze Kitchen collection
Brizo Litze kitchen collectionCourtesy of Brizo

Brizo — Litze Kitchen Collection

Intricate knurling on the handle and spout give this kitchen faucet a distinct look. Available in a number of finishes, the contrast of matte black and luxe gold is sure to be a showstopper.

The Teeny Swivel Chair from Coley Home
The Teeny Swivel chair from Coley HomeCourtesy of Coley Home

Coley Home — The Crosby Chair and Teeny Swivel Chair

Two of the latest introductions from direct-to-consumer custom furniture brand Coley Home, the Crosby and Teeny Swivel chairs, take quick-ship customization to the next level by offering the option of a contrasting piping and outback fabric.

Thompson Traders Quintana Tub
Thompson Traders Quintana TubCourtesy of Thompson Traders

Thompson Traders — Quintana Collection by Kara Cox
For its latest collection, Thompson Traders collaborated with interior designer Kara Cox on a five-piece line of hand-hammered kitchen and bath pieces in satin brass and burnished nickel, which contrast beautifully to create a tailored, architectural aesthetic.

Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.

Homepage photo: Courtesy of Artistic Tile

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