1. Luum Textiles unveils Color Compound, a collection inspired by the late architect Luis Barragan’s emotional architecture. The simple geometry, expressive color, and raw surfaces seen in Barragan’s buildings are characteristic of the trend toward a more restful and reflective environment. This tranquility is highlighted in the collection’s softer palettes that incorporate pastels and lighter hues.
2. Conceived to withstand the
harshest elements, Australian design brand SP01’s Outdoor Collection
combines down-under cool with the qualities of Italian manufacturing. Developed in collaboration with rising design star Tom Fereday, this series of chairs, tables, and stools was inspired by Australia’s unique blend of eastern and western aesthetics.
3. Atrafloor is taking the “rough luxe” look to pastel places and calling it “Ice Cream Industrial.” Introducing Bonbon, Mint, Vanille, and Coal: soft and
stylish brick designs that feature a
pale, refreshing palette. The line lends to pared-back interiors with a minimalist brick design that features matte and moreish pops of cool color.
4. Using state-of-the-art inkjet technology, Ege Seramik has developed a glazed porcelain tile with a satin finish that mimics
the rustic charm of natural travertine. Available in three colors, five sizes, and complementing mosaics, Earthstone marries the subtle movements and definition of true travertine in an easy-to-maintain and enduring porcelain tile that is ideal for floors and walls.
5. CrossCORE architectural panels by Formology combine the natural
aesthetics of solid wood and the high performance of cross-laminated
engineering to create visually stunning panels with better dimensional
stability than standard edge-glued lumber. The three-layer panels create a functionally balanced material with high resistance to warping, splitting, or cracking. CrossCORE is ideal for cabinetry, furnishings, wall and ceiling
cladding, countertops, and more.
6. Sparkle is a rug collection from STEPEVI that features the brilliant metallic quality of fine Lurex fibers. Produced using a new tufting technique, the handcrafted rugs feature silk, wool, viscose, and Lurex materials. Available in seven designs that range from geometric to floral, Sparkle lends a tasteful touch of opulence to a variety of spaces and can be customized to any size or shape.
7. Brink by Arcadia is a contemporary collection of counter and bar stools. The continuously curved seat is available in beech, walnut, and white oak, and can be complemented with an upholstered seat pad for added comfort or mixed material preferences. The metal base can be finished in any of Arcadia’s standard offerings or a selection of eight premium colors.
8. Console Lavatory Stands from ICERA are designed with the entire bathroom in mind to create a coordinated composition. The lavatory sets range in style from the Renaissance (shown), embodying a decidedly classic form, to the Julian, reflecting a more contemporary look. The tops are crafted in vitreous china, feature antimicrobial porcelain glaze, and have 8-inch faucet centers.
9. Perspecta Glazed Ceramic Wall by American Olean brings sleek, linear wall designs to life. A soft pinstripe graphic achieved through Reveal Imaging runs the length of this 8-inch x 24-inch wall tile for a hint of movement and subtle sophistication. With a vast array of colors ranging from bright and bold to contemporary classic, this collection offers coordinating jolly trim in each color for a refined finish.