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An energetic assortment of cheery designs has arrived right alongside May. From vegan-friendly neon pink throw pillows to stackable color-blocked chairs, here are some standouts from the recent round of debuts.
Dims premiered its second furniture line with textile designer Dusen Dusen. The limited-edition collection, dubbed Ogle My Office, offers updated versions of the iconic Cleo chair and Eave desk by Stine Aas, now available in a spirited mix of color-blocked red, lavender, jade and chartreuse finishes.
Malabar unveiled three new handloomed fabric patterns in honor of spring. Crafted by artisans in India using natural fibers, the trio consists of the embroidered Kalyani, the checked Isapur and the two-tone Tilari Stripe, all of which are available through Somerselle in an assortment of summery colorways.
Lulu and Georgia debuted the Organic Harmony collection. Drawing inspiration from the low-slung profiles and curvaceous forms found in Japanese minimalist designs, the series showcases clean lines, organic materials and natural finishes, as exemplified by Eivian, an angled accent chair upholstered in top-grain leather, and Elka, a round, solid wood coffee table with gently raised edges to help curb spills.
Cruelty-free fashion designer Hilary MacMillan launched her first collection of homewares. The 22-piece selection spans soft goods, rugs and decor objects punctuated by sprightly neon and soothing pastel tones, such as the vegan-down-filled Hot Pink Circle pillow and the shapely sky-hued Blue Glass vase.
Ouive released the Time Capsule collection, featuring a customizable line of Zanafi-style rugs. Hand-woven in Morocco using centuries-old Amazigh techniques, the series spans 11 characterful geometric designs—including the checkered Diamond and the speckled Pebble—which are made-to-order and available in an array of sizes and colorways.
Reed Smythe & Co. debuted an exclusive collaboration with Lisa Fine Textiles that spotlights six of the New York designer’s signature florals translated into heirloom-quality tablecloths and toppers. The paisley-clad Fariba and the dreamy pale blue and lilac–hued Charlotte are two of the blossomy patterns.
Hartmann & Forbes introduced the latest additions to its H&F Studio collection. New items include four breezy window treatment textiles composed of all-natural materials, such as the tufted Cords, the sheer Brushed and the stonewashed Weathered.
Rochelle Porter Design premiered its inaugural line of sustainably made wallcoverings. Produced with a mix of FSC–sourced wood pulp and natural fibers, the collection boasts eight graphic patterns—including kaleidoscopic earth-toned Tiger Tiger Chocolate and bold geometric Kobo—available in two eco-friendly finishes, grass cloth and smooth matte.
Montana-based textile studio Western Sensibility tapped Ukrainian-American artist Anka Lavriv for a charitable collaboration. Among the resulting pieces are two handillustrated pillow designs, Lev and Lybid, that pay homage to the ornate cross-stitch and embroidery traditions of Ukraine. All proceeds from the collection go directly to Ukrainian relief funds and aid organizations.