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Fall is in full swing, and design brands across the globe are unveiling creative new collections to help set the tone of the season. Some have tapped A-list designers for fashionable collaborations, while others are expanding their current offerings by adding fresh, autumnal-minded colorways. From cloud- and constellation-inspired floor coverings to eco-friendly cork tables, here are some highlights from the latest round of releases.
CB2 called upon legendary musician Lenny Kravitz of Kravitz Design for a second collaboration. The 70-piece line spans furniture, bedding, lighting and decor, and features designs inspired by the rock-and-roll icon’s personal travels, including a jute rug that draws from the pattern of traditional African Kuba cloths and a carved-wood credenza with a high-contrast geometric motif.
Designer and entertaining expert Athena Calderone launched a dreamy rug collection in collaboration with Beni Rugs called Broken Symmetry. The handwoven assortment features 12 geometric designs inspired by the works of architect Luis Barragán, painter Agnes Martin and artist Ethan Cook, including the checkerboard-style Gambit and the asymmetrically patterned Imbalance.
Farrow & Ball collaborated with equally iconic British brand Liberty London on a carefully curated selection of paints and textiles. The edit features 15 shades from the luxury paint company’s archives paired with complementary fabrics from the Modern Collector range, including Olive paint coupled with the Poppy Meadowfield retro floral pattern, and the dark brown Cola paint with the pale pink Botanical Flora print.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard released his newest collection for The Shade Store. The eclectic assortment offers five sophisticated designs inspired by the A-list designer’s worldly travels, including the soft Sahara Stripe, the palm-leaf patterned Palmier, and our personal fave, the boldly banded Nomad Stripe.
Heath Ceramics unveiled a limited-edition seasonal collection inspired by the winter solstice. The moody assortment introduces four rich glazes—Nightfall, Cranberry, Dusk and Dawn—into the California-based brand’s palette, which can be applied to everything from vases to dinner plates and coffee mugs.
Lee Jofa revealed its sixth collection with Kelly Wearstler. Much like the world-famous designer’s fashion-forward interiors, the 49-piece selection is teeming with lush textures, rich earth tones and playful graphic motifs, ranging from a mustard yellow mohair velvet fabric to a chenille-dotted weave cast on a bright blue textured ground.
Independent designer co-op Colony debuted the eco-friendly Cork collection by Washington-based design studio Grain. The sustainable assortment boasts four shapely designs composed entirely of Mediterranean cork, including a doughnut-style table, as well as a pair of side tables and a bench in an ultra-trendy arch motif.
Brooklinen tapped New York–based artist Karen J Revis for a vibrant fall collection. The collaboration introduces two monoprint-inspired colorways—Stripes in Ultraviolet and in Dreamsicle–into the brand’s Classic Percale and Luxe Sateen categories, ensuring that anyone can transform their bed into a work of art with nothing more than bedding.
Handmade-rug company Niba Designs debuted a whimsical new collection called Celestial. Inspired by all things related to the sky, from planets and constellations to clouds and comets, the ethereal assortment features 16 fanciful designs, including the striped Horizon rug and the ombre-esque Moon Rocks.
Charleston-based textile designer Emily Daws released a delightful new collection called Waterways. The earth-toned assortment features six fresh designs that mirror the movement, rhythm and organic patterns of water, including a cool graphic print named Salt Marsh and our current crush, River Reef, which boasts a trippy marbleized motif.
Homepage photo: Nomad Stripe in Onyx custom drapes by Martyn Lawrence Bullard for The Shade Store | Courtesy of The Shade Store