product preview | Mar 25, 2022 |
Soho Home’s collaboration with Eva Sonaike, fresh collections from Sandra Jordan and more

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Spring has arrived, bringing a slew of spirited releases to celebrate the new season. The return of Maison & Objet and Paris Déco Off introduced an assortment of imaginative showcases, and there was no shortage of spring-friendly stateside launches this week to swoon over too. Here are some standouts from the recent round of debuts.

Soho Home’s collaboration with Eva Sonaike, fresh collections from Sandra Jordan and more
Ijoba Garrett armchairs in copper by Eva Sonaike for Soho HomeCourtesy of Soho Home

Soho Home tapped Eva Sonaike for a vibrant collaboration. Inspired by the London-based designer’s childhood home in Germany and her parents’ Nigerian roots, the collection offers cushions, rugs, lampshades and a reimagined version of the Garrett chair adorned in an array of eclectic op art prints.

Left: Figures in Akoya Pearl by S. Harris Courtesy of S. Harris | Right: The brand’s Tiera in wave Courtesy of S. Harris

S. Harris launched a fashionable line of textiles called Design en Rogue. Curated by photographer Joanna McClure, the inaugural capsule collection spans 20 upholstery patterns with high-contrast motifs paying homage to the art deco and art modern movements, such as the bold geometrical Figures and our current crush, the wavy-lined Tiera.

Soho Home’s collaboration with Eva Sonaike, fresh collections from Sandra Jordan and more
The Indio collection by April Nemeth for Concrete CollaborativeCourtesy of April Nemeth

April Nemeth released a sustainable ceramic tile collection with Concrete Collaborative called Indio. The dreamy desert-inspired designs feature the Los Angeles artist’s organic hand-drawn patterns cast in soft earthy hues like olive green and lilac highlighted by inlaid metal accents.

Left: Rattan sofa by Popus Editions Courtesy of Popus Editions | Right: The brand’s rattan coffee table Courtesy of Popus Editions

For its first showcase at Maison & Objet, Popus Editions debuted a retro-inspired furniture collection. Modeled after the curvy silhouettes that defined 1970s design, the assortment features side tables, seating and accessories made of outdoor-friendly rattan, including a coffee table clad in old-school orange banding and a sofa with a webbed backrest.

Left: The Chula vase by Moe’s Home Collection Courtesy of Moe’s Home Collection | Right: The brand’s Ossa decorative vessel Courtesy of Moe’s Home Collection

Moe’s Home Collection unveiled a characterful series of decorative ceramics. Crafted by Peruvian artisans using centuries-old techniques, the collection features 13 hand-painted vases and forms, including the swirly Chula and the ribbed Ossa, both fired in a kiln with mango leaves for a more saturated finish.

Soho Home’s collaboration with Eva Sonaike, fresh collections from Sandra Jordan and more
Ashby wallpaper in Peony; Wedgewood and Azure and Ciennese wallpaper in Quail and Quail Reverse by Greige TextilesCourtesy of Greige Textiles

Greige Textiles launched its first-ever wallpaper collection. Available at New York–based digital multiline showroom Somerselle, the series offers four delicately drawn designs printed in small batches on clay-coated paper, including the brand’s popular Tuile and Ward patterns and two new biomorphic motifs called Ashby and Ciennese.

Left: Daffodil colorway by L’Atelier Paris Courtesy of L’Atelier Paris | Right: The brand’s Skydiver colorway Courtesy of L’Atelier Paris

L’Atelier Paris released an exclusive color collection just in time for spring. The series introduces five eye-catching colorways, from golden yellow to emerald green and cobalt blue, which can be applied to any of the brand’s state-of-the-art range and customizable kitchen designs.

Soho Home’s collaboration with Eva Sonaike, fresh collections from Sandra Jordan and more
Power Plinth by Jonatan Nilsson, Monument by Rasmus Nossbring and Moln by Lisa Reiser from the new Hem X collection curated by Arranging ThingsCourtesy of Hem

Hem debuted a platform for creative design collaborations called Hem X. For its inaugural collection, the brand called on Swedish interior decoration collective Arranging Things to curate a limited-edition selection of home objects crafted by independent makers, including a hot-pink cloud sculpture by glass artist Lisa Reiser and a pedestal constructed from resin-coated Styrofoam with a mirrored top by designer Jonatan Nilsson.

Left: Bisazza’s Modulo 3 in Policromo by Studio KO Monica Spezia | Right: The brand’s Modulo 2 in Monocromo Nathalie Krag

Studio KO showcased its new collaboration with Italian mosaic tile brand Bisazza at Paris Déco Off. Drawing inspiration from classic architectural traditions, the series offers three geometric marble designs in colorways composed of contrasting stones—like nero marquinia, bardiglio nuvolato and arabescato bianco—with a smooth matte finish.

Soho Home’s collaboration with Eva Sonaike, fresh collections from Sandra Jordan and more
Drapes in camino azul and throw pillows in midnight sky by Sandra JordanCourtesy of Sandra Jordan

Sandra Jordan unveiled a lush line of textiles named Sonoma Coast. Woven from pure prima alpaca fibers, the sumptuous assortment spans 13 touchable fabric designs in hues that evoke the Northern California landscape. Midnight sky, for instance, features a double-sided weave that adds lightness to drapes and throw pillows, while ebony bouclé boasts a specially brushed finish for an extra-soft hand.

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