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We’re only one week into August, and the race for fall’s next big design trend is starting to intensify. While some brands dug deep into their archives for inspiration, others turned to the runways for fresh ideas. From trippy butterfly-print wallpapers to hand-painted chartreuse-hued table lamps, here are some highlights from the latest round of launches.
Gucci debuted a delightful new decor collection. The whimsical assortment spans seating, textiles, tableware and accessories adorned with colorful flora and fauna motifs, including a jacquard-upholstered Neoclassical armchair trimmed in fringe and a bold rose-patterned wallcovering based on an archival print.
Cynthia Rowley called on New York wallcovering brand Parete for a characterful collaboration. The series comprises seven eye-catching wallcovering patterns inspired by the fashion icon’s fanciful aesthetic, such as the wildflower-filled Whatever Floats Your Botanical and the kaleidoscopic Social Butterfly.
California Closets introduced a fresh palette of finishes. The collection features 16 options designed for every room of the home, including the earthy Woodgrain in misty orchard and the velvety Luxe Matte in morning light.
Baccarat tapped Kim Seybert for a stunning collection of table settings. A love letter to the former’s iconic crystal designs, the series offers an array of sparkling accessories ranging from hand-embroidered cocktail napkins to glass-beaded place mats and coasters.
Elena Frampton unveiled an artful collab with pottery studio Dumais Made dubbed Verdant. Currently on view at Frampton Co’s Exhibition The Barn gallery in Bridgehampton, the capsule collection features six limited-edition stoneware lamps outfitted in painterly abstract motifs, antique brass fittings and natural string shades.
Boulder, Colorado–based brand Ted Bradley Studio premiered the Producer Pendant. The state-of-the-art design boasts brass wishbone-shaped arms and a sleek circular porcelain shade free of wires or visible screws.
The Huntress and Sefte Living launched a trio of touchable textile collections. Each series includes a pair of artisanally made pillows and a throw hand-woven from plush natural fibers, including the alpaca-and-merino-wool-based Artemis and Dido, and the nubby pure-wooled Persephone.
Frama released a minimalist collection of furniture pieces designed in collaboration with Japanese footwear brand Hender Scheme. The series features seven clean-lined designs constructed from raw materials, including an aluminum table with a spiraling leather accent named Tasca and an oak bookcase with a built-in cabinet called Shelf Library.