Published on : Monday, October 28, 2019
Design collaboration by Ray Booth surprisingly bridges the gap between urban and traditional with innovative decorative pieces and lighting collections for Arteriors. Using new artisan materials such as ceramic, wood, steel, iron and stone are used to create new shapes and forms that enhances the interiors and redefines living experience.
Brand new collection of vividly colored trimmings and correlating fabrics from celebrated interior designer Kendall Wilkenson for Fabricut launches at Fall Market in three palettes that brings luxurious appearance to your interior. The histories behind Coptic textiles, Moroccan Taureg mats, Berber rugs and Nui shibori are deeply inspiring to award-winning designer and innovator Christiane Lemieux, whose new partnership with Momeni yields nine distinct collections of area rugs and floorcoverings.
In its first collaboration with a fresh floral grower, New Growth Designs teams with horticulturalist Erin Weston of Weston Farms to create true-to-life permanent botanicals like the new Magnolia flower bloom, exacting in every detail, down to the veins on each ethereal petal. Norwalk Furniture asked Dana Gibson to set up a vivid, 300 square-foot pop-up shop in their High Point Market showroom, for showcasing the multi-talented designer’s art, giftware, accent lamps and tables, along with exclusive fabrics in Gibson’s signature color themes of bright blue and green.
Creative cohorts and industry veterans Palmer Smith and David Ebetts are the talent behind new design trade-friendly brand South + English, inspired by the pair’s origin stories and debuting this season with 50 items, including fine art reproductions, mirrors, objet d’ art, and accent furnishings.
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