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The dog days of summer have arrived, and with them comes an array of forward-thinking launches to mull over while languishing in the AC. From maximalist machine-washable rugs to sailboat-inspired dining tables, here are some of our favorite debuts from the past week.
Customizable decor brand Pepper Home debuted a delightful collaboration with hand-made rug company Loom & Co. The artisanal assortment offers six made-to-order floorcoverings woven from all-natural wool fibers, including the squiggly-lined Hockney and the Turkish Oushak-style Suzy.
Pindler launched a colorful collection of outdoor-ready trims. Composed of weather-resistant Sunbrella brand acrylic, the series features four fanciful styles in 20 vibrant colorways, such as a gold-hued fringe dubbed Damas and a teal-toned tape named Bali.
At Casual Market Chicago, North Carolina–based brand Vanguard Furniture showcased its first-ever outdoor collection. The clean-lined series, named Michael Weiss, comprises dining, seating, occasional and entertainment pieces made of weather-resilient materials, including a concrete dining table with a teaklike paneled top and a swiveling armchair dressed in durable waterproof upholstery.
Gary McBournie released a charming textile collection titled Nantucket. A love letter to the architecture and landscape of its namesake island, the line includes four fabric and wallpaper patterns bedecked in vintage floral and maritime motifs, such as the pastel-hued Hydrangea and the sailboat-inspired Catboats.
Brizo premiered a maximalist kitchen collection called Tulham. An homage to the lavish designs of the art deco movement, the series features eight eye-catching fixtures adorned in fluted details and dazzling finishes, such as a wall-mounted pot filler in polished chrome and a pull-down faucet clad in two different tones of gold.
Model No. released its inaugural line of lighting. Crafted using 3D printing technology and sustainable materials such as food waste, wood dust, FSC-certified hardwood, and corn and sugar leftovers, the collection offers 13 streamlined yet sculptural designs, including the star-shaped Celestial pendant and the Mediterranean-style Amphora series.
Irish design studio Orior introduced four new hand-crafted designs into its ultrahip furniture line. Additions include a dining table with a U-shaped cast bronze base, a crystal slab–topped side table, a credenza with an intricate inlaid geometric pattern and a nightstand with velvet corduroy–covered drawers.
Ruggable debuted its second collection with Jonathan Adler. True to the designer’s statement-making style, the machine-washable assortment spans 13 bold chenille designs in multiple shapes and sizes, including the maze-patterned Labyrinth rug and the deco-inspired Pompidou runner.
Children’s brand Lalo unveiled a charitable collaboration with West Elm Kids. The collection features four toddler-friendly designs, including a petite midcentury modern play table set and a super chic high chair that quickly converts to a booster seat, with 50 percent of proceeds going directly to the No Kid Hungry campaign.
Atelier Purcell revealed a nautical furniture collection called Henley. Drawing inspiration from racing boats, the heirloom-worthy assortment includes a walnut dining table modeled after the hull of a yacht and coordinating chairs with gently sloped backs that mimic the shape of an oar.