collections | Jun 24, 2021 |
Natural beauty: 9 new pieces using organic materials

While the glistening sheen of lacquer or the durability of a performance fabric have their place, the allure of natural materials is undeniable. These nine new products offer lovely ways to incorporate organic finishes.

Left: Phillip Jeffries’s Harmony Hyacinth wallcovering in Acoustic Ocean Courtesy of Phillip Jeffries | Right: Jazzy Jute wallcoverings from Phillip Jeffries Courtesy of Phillip Jeffries

Harmony Hyacinth and Jazzy Jute — PhiLlip Jeffries
Tapping into the natural beauty of water hyacinth, the Harmony Hyacinth line from Phillip Jeffries uses the versatile material to create a handcrafted, multidimensional geometric pattern. Similarly, the Jazzy Jute assortment lets the raw materials shine through while utilizing back-dyed techniques to imbue the jute with unexpected colors.

Vintage Elmwood Stool from Bloomist
Vintage Elmwood Stool from BloomistCourtesy of Bloomist

Vintage Elmwood Stool — Bloomist
Sourced from a Chinese antiques dealer, these stools from Bloomist were made the traditional way, with wooden joinery instead of with glue, nails or screws, and were originally used as casual seats in shops and outdoor work stools on rural farms.

The Anni Rug from Lulu and Georgia
The Anni Rug from Lulu and GeorgiaCourtesy of Lulu and Georgia

Anni Rug — Lulu and Georgia
Designed by Los Angeles–based interior designer and author Nina Freudenberger, this wool-cotton blend rug from Lulu and Georgia is named after groundbreaking Bauhaus textile artist Anni Albers, using a color palette and geometric patterns inspired by her work.

Gretel, Isla and Keanu dining chairs from Made Goods
From left: The Gretel, Isla and Keanu dining dhairs from Made GoodsCourtesy of Made Goods

Gretel, Isla and Keanu Dining Chairs — Made Goods
The latest collection from Made Goods is rooted in natural, woven materials, inspired by a sense of laid-back glamour and a celebration of woodcraft and sculptural silhouettes. The rattan Gretel dining chair updates the ornamental Victorian wicker peacock style for today, while the Isla and Keanu dining chairs, also done in rattan, soften more traditional shapes.

Livingston bar stool from Ngala Trading Co.
The Livingston bar stool from Ngala Trading Co.Courtesy of Ngala Trading Co.

Livingston Bar Stool — Ngala Trading Co.
This piece from Ngala Trading Co. is designed and manufactured by South African company Egg Designs, a contemporary furniture brand with a soul that’s deeply rooted in the African continent. The modern bar stool has a solid walnut timber frame inset with woven mesh rattan, finished with off-white linen upholstery and solid brass fixing details.

Tremont Cocktail Table from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
The Tremont cocktail table from Mitchell Gold + Bob WilliamsCourtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Tremont Cocktail Table — Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
Made from teak roots reclaimed from trees sustainably harvested for lumber, each of these tables from MGBW is unique, featuring natural variations in size and color. The organic shape is a showstopping focal point.

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: The Gretel, Isla and Keanu Dining Chairs from Made Goods | Courtesy of Made Goods

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