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We’re more than halfway through winter, and slowly but surely, design brands are starting to look to the warmer months ahead. From flower-shaped wicker chairs to pastel-hued embroidered tablewares, here are 10 debuts that will help you get ready to spring forward into the next season.
Soho Home’s latest collection teems with oversized shapes and curvy silhouettes. The debut spans more than 100 artisanal designs with standouts such as a fluted, cotton-velvet upholstered daybed dubbed Poppy, a tubular leather stool named Tetbury and a green-marble-topped dining table called Murcell.
Hadiya Williams collaborated with Lulu and Georgia on a characterful home decor line. The high-contrast capsule collection offers art, soft goods and tabletop textiles outfitted in the Black Pepper Paperie Co. founder’s signature graphic prints, including a stippled silk-and-linen pillow named Course and a geometric clay-and-jute wall hanging called Chassis.
Sunbrella debuted a selection of ready-to-ship drapes named the Window collection. The fade-proof series marks the brand’s entry into window treatments for residential interiors and features five distinct patterns in more than two dozen colorways in different lengths, opacities and hanging styles, including the semisheer Lina, the loopy boucle Lucena and the silk-esque Taylor.
Nebraska-based brand Pax Lighting unveiled a curvaceous new family called Bancroft. The line boasts five shapely hand-sculpted brass designs dressed in an array of metal and glazed terra cotta finishes, such as a cylindrical cobalt-colored pendant cone and a matte black ceiling fixture with three gently rounded shades.
Arte’s Les Forêts line is an ode to the great outdoors. Woven from a medley of natural materials—including bark, raffia and wood—the collection offers seven forest-themed wallcovering patterns such as the tapestry-esque Dioré, the hand-dyed Infini and the shimmery cork-clad Éclat.
New York design studio Post Company partnered with Sixpenny to create an upholstered furniture collection. The debut includes the minimalist Monk sofa and deep-seated, slipcovered Cadence chair, both of which were originally designed for the 225-acre Inness hotel in the Hudson Valley and now come in eight earthy hand-dyed linen colorways.
Fortuny’s Teatro collection is a love letter to theater. Inspired by the elaborate masks 16th century Venetian actors wore for performances, the selection features three rhythmic, geometric patterns—including Apollo, Delphi and Onfalo—drenched in dramatic primary hues that change tones throughout the day depending on how the light hits.
Liaigre released Upcrafted, its first-ever series of upcycled objects. Forged in a French workshop by haute couture artisans, the limited-edition line features four heirloomworthy pieces fashioned from discarded materials, including bookends made from patinated bronze and oak offcuts, a sculptural marble door stopper and a vase composed of small leather scraps.
The Colony Palm Beach called on Society Social to create a colorful capsule collection in honor of its 75th anniversary. Made specifically for the iconic hotel’s newly redesigned bedrooms and suites, the line boasts 11 delightful designs bedecked in scalloped edges and whimsical tropical motifs, including the Two-Martini, a flower-petal-shaped wicker chair; and Drew’s nightstand, a Chippendale-style rattan piece with an undulating base.
Kim Seybert’s spring/summer collection is every bit as sprightly—and swoonworthy—as expected. Brimming with pretty pastels and dreamy embroideries, the debut offers everything from hand-beaded floral table runners to colored glassware and two-toned basketweave-patterned place mats.