collections | Jul 1, 2020 |
The shape of things: 5 bold geometric-inspired pieces

There’s a reliable beauty in simple shapes being interpreted in new, refreshing ways. We’ve rounded up five of the most intriguing geometric pieces this season.

Jeffrey Bilhuber for Le Gracieux—Fall Collection

Jeffrey Bilhuber for Le Gracieux
Jeffrey Bilhuber for Le GracieuxCourtesy of Le Gracieux

Of the New York designer’s eight vibrantly hued patterns for California textile brand Le Gracieux, four play with irregular shapes. Hand-screened on French flax linen, Bilhuber’s lively prints bring depth and movement to the fabric.

ETEL International—Raiz console and Cascas tea trolley

ETEL International's Raiz console and Cascas tea trolley
ETEL International's Raiz console and Cascas tea trolleyCourtesy of ETEL Internationa

These sleek, earth-minded pieces are inspired by the Brazilian forests from which their sustainable wood is sourced. The console’s top is made of Marwoolus, which recreates marble veining with a stone-like composite of marble waste and wool yarns.

The Vale London—The Beaufort Collection

The Vale Stripe from The Vale London
The Vale Stripe from The Vale LondonCourtesy of The Vale London

Designer and artist Melinda Marquardt was inspired by the interiors of townhouses she knew growing up in London’s Chelsea for the Beaufort collection. Patterns like Marquardt’s Florentine ZigZag and The Vale Stripe feature modern shapes in soft, feminine color palettes.

Made Goods—2020 Collection

Made Goods fall collection
Made Goods fall collectionCourtesy of Made Goods

In an effort to reimagine furniture staples, California wholesaler Made Goods’s newest collection pairs refined woven silhouettes with moody statement pieces—like the Andres coffee table, which features an antiqued bronze square base and a square top of hand-applied, geometric faux horn.

Jamie Drake for Theodore Alexander—Spring Collection

Jamie Drake for Theodore Alexander
The Reed Console by Jamie Drake for Theodore AlexanderCourtesy of Theodore Alexander

In his latest collection for Theodore Alexander, New York designer Jamie Drake embraces modern elements and eclectic materials, including mother of pearl, marble and cerused finishes. The Reed Console Table mirrors two chunky half-circles topped with a thin rectangular oak slab for a striking, linear effect.

Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.

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