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We still have six weeks left of summertime, but the latest launches are proof that we already have fall on the brain. From Shaker-style storage solutions to peel-and-stick faux wood-grain wallpapers, here are some standouts we spotted in the recent round of releases.
Sur La Table collaborated with One Kings Lane on its inaugural line of indoor furniture. The series spans 85 heirloom-quality designs across four distinct collections—Seaside Natural, Contemporary Loft, French Modern and Classic Villa—and includes the minimalist Iver Wood dining table, the gold-and-acrylic-accented Josephina bar cart and the curvy Layne Rattan armchair.
NEA Studio unveiled an avant-garde assortment of eco-conscious light fixtures named Chlorophyta. The series features sconces and chandeliers with translucent shades made from marine algae, a renewable material the New York brand sources from a local seafood shop in Brooklyn.
Cambria introduced four fresh quartz designs into its top option offerings. A love letter to the organic hues and motifs found in seascapes, additions range from the wavy-lined Southport to the shimmery Ainsley and the sage-green-and-silver-flecked Clifton.
Flos relaunched its iconic Luminator light in a rainbow of vibrant new colorways. Originally released in 1954 by brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, the clean-lined floor lamp showcases a simple tripod base and a cylindrical stem that is now available in a medley of cheery hues such as yellow, red and light blue.
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams launched a sustainably made bedding set. Hand-woven by artisans in Guimarães, Portugal, the series includes shams, sheets and a duvet cover composed of 100-percent GOTS-certified organic linen in five earthy colorways such as the pale yellow Dawn and the terra-cotta-colored Clay.
Ethnicraft released a handful of innovative, artisanally made designs. In addition to a modular sofa upholstered in recycled denim, introductions include a hand-carved chocolate brown sideboard crafted from mahogany, wall art made with mineral powders and a sleek series of floating shelves that can be arranged in a variety of unique configurations
Ashley Stark Home debuted a delightful line of peel-and-stick designs in collaboration with WallPops. The series boasts six raw-material-inspired patterns printed on removable NuWallpaper, including the wood-grain-patterned Sloane Wood and the plaster-esque Willa Tile.
Raf Simons teamed up with Kvadrat to launch the ultracool Shaker System. An homage to the utilitarian designs of the 18th century movement it’s named after, the collection features a simple wall-mounted rail that can be dressed up or down in an array of fashionable—and functional—storage accessories, including a dangling black leather mirror and a single pink strap that moonlights as a magazine holder.