Artisanal designs from SSS Atelier, Coley Home and more


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It’s shaping up to be a busy week for design lovers. From geometric 3D-printed wall sconces to vintage-inspired swivel chairs, here are nine standout product launches to read about this weekend on your way to the High Point.

The Fort Credenza and Ledge stone coffee table from SSS Atelier Daniel Pete

SSS studio launched an heirloom range of handcrafted furniture. Designed by Sarah Sherman Samuelthe collection includes 15 sculptural pieces crafted from raw materials, including a faceted one Solid oak sideboard and a double bullnose edge, Coffee table with stone top with hand carved legs.

Left: Rita’s Kitchen Marigold Daffodil Wallpaper by Lingua Franca for Wallshoppe Courtesy of Wallshoppe | Right: The Granny Squares wallpaper from Lingua Franca in Taupe Multi Courtesy of Wallshoppe

Wallshoppe revealed a quirky collaboration with Lingua Franca features 18 playful designs available in traditional and peel-and-stick styles. The collection includes several patterns based on freehand drawings by founder Rachelle Hruska MacPherson’s grandmother, such as the floral pattern Rita’s kitchenthe boldly banded Life is a banquet stripand crocheting inspires granny squares.

Artisanal designs from SSS Atelier, Coley Home and more

The Sophie dining chair from Coley HomeCourtesy of Coley Home

Brand from North Carolina Coley house launched 15 customizable themes just in time for the fall market. The collection includes a chic range of handmade sofas, seats and headboards, such as B. Curvy Sophie dining chair and the pivoting wing spine dibs.

Artisanal designs from SSS Atelier, Coley Home and more

A selection from Kohler’s Simplice collectionCourtesy of Koehler

Charcoal burner introduced two streamlined bathroom collections called Bellera and Simplice. The former offers a range of liquid-lined fittings in luxurious finishes like oil-rubbed bronze, while the second offers all from ergonomic shower faucets in polished chrome to matte black towel rails.

Artisanal designs from SSS Atelier, Coley Home and more

The Noah table lamp by Filippo Mambretti for GantriCourtesy of Gantri

Gantri introduced its fall collection of elegant 3D printed lights. Developed in collaboration with seven international designers, the eco-conscious range features 20 cutting-edge designs made from plant-based materials, including a round table lamp with a round frame called Noahand a sconce made of bright yellow and orange cubes called Analogue.

Artisanal designs from SSS Atelier, Coley Home and more

The wallcovering Plus Pur Que le Soleil by ÉlitisCourtesy of Elitis

Elitis launched a trippy wallcovering collection called Moire. The series features four wavy designs with a wavy, hand-applied pattern that changes hues and intensities throughout the day depending on the light conditions, like the orange Ombre Plus Pur Que le Soleil and the candy-colored Bleu Comme une Rose.

Artisanal designs from SSS Atelier, Coley Home and more

Selection from the Williams-Sonoma x Morris & Co. CollectionCourtesy of Williams-Sonoma

Williams Sonoma worked with Morris & co. on a delightful array of table dressings. The foliage-filled collection features linens and stoneware embellished with the latter’s iconic prints, such as: Tablecloth with bluebell pattern, Cotton napkins decorated with lilies and a gold decorated bread box equipped with an archival botanical motif.

Left: Mamut by Reynold Rodriguez, available from the Charles Burnand Gallery Courtesy of Reynold Rodriguez | Right: The designer’s Le Trois Triste lamp at the Charles Burnand Gallery Courtesy of Reynold Rodriguez

Reynold Rodriguez‘s Before the Fantastic is a study in form and function. Currently exhibited in the Charles Burnand Gallery in London, the Puerto Rican artist and designer’s first line of furniture features 10 imaginative, amorphous pieces made from plaster and reclaimed wood, including a beautifully charred armchair called almendro mammoth and a trio of asymmetrical table lamps with intricate shell inlay entitled Le Trois Triste.

Artisanal designs from SSS Atelier, Coley Home and more

Selection from the Gunia Project Rabbit collectionCourtesy of the Gunia Project

Ukraine-based art and design collective Gunia project debuted a charismatic capsule collection called Rabbit. The handcrafted range includes ceramic objects, crockery and textiles with characterful cobalt-colored motifs, e.g striped vasea Rabbit Shaped Candle and a hand painted teapot.


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