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Baby, it’s cold outside—but lucky for us, the latest market launches are smoking hot. From pendant lights you can customize with shapely handblown glass shades to curvy, free-standing bathtubs inspired by tulips, here are some standouts from the latest round of releases.
Philippe Starck unveiled the super sleek White Tulip bathroom collection for Duravit. Along with glossy wall-mounted cabinets and lacquered consoles, the biomorphic series features free-standing ceramic bathtubs, vanities and washbasins with smooth, outward-sloping edges inspired by the silhouettes of tulips in full bloom.
Just in time for the holidays, Parete has launched its first collection of wallpaper designs. Founded by designers Daniela Guarin and Michael Freedman, the New York–based wallcoverings company’s inaugural line features more than 20 fashion-forward prints in lively colorways, including a kaleidoscopic floral number called Flower Power in shades of mint and violet, and our current crush, the dripping-paint-inspired Ombre Is My Nombre.
Boulder, Colorado–based lighting designer Ted Bradley debuted a sculptural collection called Constellation. Each of the six chandeliers in the celestial series is composed of handmade porcelain rings, and can be finished in your choice of brass, sterling silver, 24 karat gold, satin nickel, tarnished silver or powdered coating.
Canadian handmade furniture brand Gabriel Scott launched an imaginative lighting collection called Luna Kaleido. The stackable series includes a horizontal chandelier and a vertical pendant that can be customized with various handblown glass shades to create a truly one-of-a-kind statement fixture.
Brett Design released a characterful winter wallpaper collection. Drawing inspiration from the bold prints and hues that dominated the runways this season, the eye-catching assortment spans 25 wallpaper designs and includes a trippy tie-dye print named Spin and the stunning Amy abstract art mural, an homage to artist Amy Sillman.
New York–based fiber artist William Storms unveiled a whimsical series of textile designs called Refract. Crafted using centuries-old passementerie techniques, the collection, on display through January 14 at Exhibition Penthouse at Frampton Co., features seven handwoven wall hangings composed of natural materials (such as jute, silk and eucalyptus) alongside light-refracting, neon-colored acrylic tubes.
Houston-based designer Mariana Barran Goodall debuted a delightful collection of hand-painted holiday ornaments. Available at Reed Smythe & Company, the artful assortment boasts eight vibrant papier-mâché designs inspired by the old-world craftsmanship of the artist’s native Mexico, including a bright red beauty with purple polka dots and a yellow one clad in a multicolored floral motif.
Italian bedding and bath atelier Verderoccia Firenze unveiled a festive new colorway in honor of the holiday season. The assortment introduces three rich hues—cranberry, coral and burgundy—into the brand’s palette, which can be applied to everything from bed linens to hand towels and bath mats.
Homepage photo: The White Tulip semi-tall cabinet, wall-mounted vanity unit, mirror with lighting, and bathtub by Philippe Starck for Duravit | Courtesy of Duravit