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A fiery hot assortment of new collections has arrived just in time for high summer. From painterly wallpapers to space-age sofas, here are 10 standouts from the latest round of releases.
Amish furniture brand Abner Henry’s latest launch is a love letter to global architecture. The collection spans 45 artisanally made furniture pieces punctuated with molded curves and intricately hand-carved details, such as the city skyline–inspired Ferro cabinet, the bronze-armed Toomey chair and the Roman Colosseum–esque Stowe bookcase.
British kitchen brand Cabbonet rolled out the mountainscape-inspired Montane collection. Pulling from the natural color palette of the European Alps, the fully customizable series offers everything from a 6-foot-long stone sink sculpted from solid Orobico Grigio marble to a cocktail cabinet with a woven-metal sliding screen and a butler’s pantry with ribbed oakwood doors.
ABC Carpet & Home launched a fully customizable online collection called Cobble Hill. The line offers more than 20 hand-crafted styles, ranging from sofas and chairs to ottomans and beds, which are made to order in your choice of over 80 colorways and sustainably sourced upholstery options, including cotton, velvet, linen and performance fabrics.
Sarah Von Dreele’s latest wallpaper debut is painterly perfection. Designed to correspond with her ethereal Intersections fabric series, the launch features four abstract geometric patterns—based on the New York designer’s original artworks—in three earthy colorways, such as the mazelike Robert, the banded Seher and the op art–style Avery.
Eichholtz expanded its coveted outdoor collection with an assortment of summer-ready designs. In addition to a selection of sustainably harvested teak and concrete-look tables, offerings include the Outdoor Sofa Residenza and Outdoor Sofa Björn, which are now available in weather-resistant performance fabrics with runoff channeling and waterproof seams.
Clé Tile’s newly restocked Maiolica de Delft collection pays homage to 17th century tin-glazed pottery techniques. The heirloom-quality line boasts three hand-glazed blue-and-white terra cotta styles, including the delicately dashed Piccola, the lushly lined Mezza and the bold floral Nobila.
Chicago designer Alexandra Kaehler debuted a four-piece furniture collection named Heirloom. Along with a vintage-style armchair dubbed Jack and a small-scale chair with carved legs called Sadie, introductions include the two-tiered H ottoman and the clean-lined Finn sofa, all of which are available in an assortment of patterned upholsteries and finish options.
Faye Bell dropped the Discotheque wallpaper collection. Available in six soft colorways—such as Aqua and Avocado—the nostalgic series draws inspiration from old-school printmaking techniques and features a trippy textural arc motif cast on smooth clay-coated paper.
Nanimarquina tapped Istanbul-based designer Begüm Cana Özgür for the Haze collection. The series includes 10 hand-loomed rugs woven from pure New Zealand and Italian wools with a graphic color-blocked pattern dressed in a medley of gradient multitonal hues.
John Pomp’s Fold sofa is a lesson in 1970s seating. A tribute to the designs of Tobia and Afra Scarpa, Mario Bellini and Michel Ducaroy, the modular stunner is composed of 11 folded, pillowlike pieces that can be configured in an array of savvy seating combinations, and comes clad in futuristic metal cuffs for an added dash of space-age appeal.