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Forget the freezing temperatures—the latest launches are a love letter to the easygoing designs and spirited motifs that lie in the warmer months ahead. From curvy farmhouse-style coffee tables to handmade Bauhaus inspired rugs, here are some standouts from the recent round of debuts.
Brown Jordan launched an outdoor-friendly collection named Moto. Designed by Ann Marie Vering, the motorcycle-inspired series features 11 clean-lined metal designs—ranging from sofas and loveseats to chaise lounges and daybeds—crafted with the kind of plush upholstered panels and removable padded covers that are typically only found in high-end indoor furnishings.
B Corp-certified brand Minna released a new collection of handwoven rugs in partnership with two artisan-led weaving groups in Huancayo, Peru. The sustainably made assortment offers six striking designs with inspirations like the Bauhaus movement and Ricardo Bofill’s architecture, including a bold geometric pattern named Vessels and a high-pile style named Mosaic.
54kibo unveiled a stunning assortment of beaded lighting by Mash T. Handcrafted in South Africa using techniques inspired by traditional Zulu basket weaving, the eye-catching collection features eight statement fixtures composed of colorful fabric cords and wooden beads, including a checkered pendant light called Hoola and a turquoise chandelier named Liz.
Tempaper tapped She She for a whimsical peel-and-stick wallpaper series. The collection features four prints inspired by architecture and scenery of the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao, including an art deco-style pattern named Queen Emma and a maximalist floral design called Flamboyan.
Chicago–based fabric studio Maresca Textiles debuted a sprightly collection called Botanical. Each of the four complementary motifs is based on an original drawing, including a floral damask fabric named Harwick Stripe and a tapestry-inspired pattern dubbed Harwick Botanical, also available as wallpaper.
French lighting designer Céline Wright and painter Tiffany Bouelle unveiled an artful collaboration with Swadoh. Composed of three ethereal designs made from Japanese washi paper, each piece from the Nozomi collection is punctuated with handpainted cobalt blue motifs inspired by iconic New Orleans–based women, such as a table lamp that pays tribute to gospel singer Mahalia Jackson and a flush mount named after historic civil rights activist Oretha Castle Haley.
Tai Ping Carpets called on Elliott Barnes for the characterful Overview collection. An homage to the city of Los Angeles, the series features six handtufted rugs with stylized motifs, such as the wavy lined Cienega I and the graphic Arroyo Seco I.
Belwith-Keeler launched a striking collection of cabinet hardware called Bijou. The series spans 11 elegant jewelry-esque designs, such as a sculptural free-form pull named X and a ridged ring pull dubbed Sybil that mimics David Yurman’s iconic cable bracelets.
Italian homewares brand Julia B. and painter Happy Menocal collaborated on an exuberant line of bedding, tabletop, baby and bath linens. Teeming with bright colors and fanciful details, the Happy Home collection features an array of playful, monogrammable designs such as embroidered pillow shams embellished with ribbon bows and two-toned cloth coasters with wavy edges.
Ngala Trading Co. introduced a vibrant tabletop collection called Ardmore. The eclectic assortment spans tablecloths, napkins, coasters and hard-backed placemats featuring lively jungle motifs, such as the elephant-and-giraffe-clad Sabie table linen, and galagos-printed placemats named Bush Baby.
New Ravenna released the third edition of its Kiddo collection by Cean Irminger. The series, titled Heydey, offers 11 handcrafted mosaic tile designs with colorful free-spirited motifs, including a kaleidoscopic butterfly pattern named Behemoth and the delightfully spotted Dottie.
Anthropologie teamed up with Amber Lewis for the Simple Pleasures series. The collection offers furniture, lighting, textiles and decor accents inspired by the SoCal designer’s carefree coastal style, including a round oak coffee table called Henderson and a ceramic table lamp with a crisp linen shade named Roslyn.