Product Preview | Nov 3, 2023
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November has arrived, and like the autumn leaves, beautiful new collections keep dropping left and right. From super plush, 1970s shag carpet–style rugs to Gothic Notre Dame–inspired mosaics, here are 11 highlights from the latest round of releases.
Armadillo unveiled the Petra collection inside its brand-new Los Angeles showroom on La Cienega Boulevard. Available in four sizes, the launch features five muted shades of Berber-style rugs hand-knotted from New Zealand wool into an ultraplush pile—the brand’s thickest to date—to forge a 1970s shag carpet–inspired effect.
Nicole Crowder rolled out a sweet and sophisticated line of children’s furniture. The 12-piece collection offers everything from armchairs to settees and rocking chairs upholstered in durable, kid-friendly fabrics, including the botanical-patterned reclining Sweet Green chair and the mint-hued Seaglass sofa complete with contrast piping.
Salvesen Graham’s collection for Sanderson is teeming with elevated whimsy. Along with an enchanting assortment of fanciful trims—including the bobble-braided Thornborough and the three-tiered loop-fringed Nunwick—the collab features a hand-picked selection of romantic fabric and wallpaper designs curated by the beloved British designers.
The Future Perfect premiered Variations, an exclusive collection by Colin King. Currently on display at all three of the brand’s galleries—in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco—the eight-piece assortment blends art deco and neoclassical style with elements of Donald Judd–inspired formalism, and includes designs such as the pleat-skirted Enveloppé chair, the curvilinear Développé screen and the modular, white oak Coupé stool.
RH released its 2023 Contemporary line with a new 352-page sourcebook featuring hundreds of exclusive collections by more than a dozen international designers. The launch includes first-time collaborations with Parisian designer Christophe Delcourt and London’s Alexander Purcell, as well as a fluted travertine coffee table by Harrison and Nicholas Condos of Australian brand Harbour and a modernist sideboard crafted from American walnut by Virginia designer Julie Lawrence.
Catherine Martin’s Moonlight Memphis collection for Mokum is a maximalist dream. Inspired by the legendary costume and set designer’s creations for the film Elvis, the line offers nine textile patterns in a selection of 1970s-style shades—such as jungle green and electric citrine—including the jacquard velvet Palm Springs, the peacock feather–like Beverly Hills fabric and the painterly tropical garden–themed Nightbird Symphony panel.
Clare launched a trio of autumnal, zero-VOC interior paint hues to celebrate the fall season. Introductions include deep aubergine Night Groove; rich dusty rose Subrosa; and Mellow Mood, a cool shade of grayish green that pairs well with neutrals.
Caroline Beaupère’s Ville Lumière mosaic line for New Ravenna is a love letter to Parisian architecture. In addition to the gothic jewel-toned Notre Dame and the stained glass–style Printemps, standouts include the vaulted arcade-esque Place des Vosges and the dazzling Place Vendôme.
Blueprint Lighting tapped Emily Del Bello for its inaugural designer collaboration. An homage to Christian Dior’s iconic jewelry designs, the line features four earring-inspired light fixtures, including the dangling chain-covered Mitzah chandelier and the stone-backed Lucie flush-mount modeled after pearl studs.
Fine & Dandy Co. called on New York artist Hazel Lee Santino for the Fantasticheria collection. The swoonworthy series spans 5 whimsical wallcovering designs in multiple colorways adorned in hand-painted ancient Rome–inspired motifs, such as the moody flora- and fauna-filled Il Conservatorio and plaster-esque Facade.
Roman and Williams Guild’s Bloesem Haus is teeming with artisanal appeal. Along with an array of original designs by founders Stephen Alesch and Robin Standefer, the collection boasts more than 50 material-driven creations from 38 artists in 12 countries, including Naoya Arakawa’s free-blown glasswares, cast-metal tabletop accents by artist Ron Boyd and hand-molded porcelain pieces by Naoki Asano.
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