1. The Cosentino Group has expanded its Dekton offering to include Trilium, a color manufactured from recycled materials from its own production process. Trilium captures the visual texture and color variation of aged and oxidized stainless steel with hues ranging from deep grays and blacks to rusty undertones.
2. Morbern introduces Allante Touch, a denim-dye resistant vinyl with a luxury hand. It offers the aesthetic of leather but not the maintenance. The buttery-soft, cleanable vinyl stands up to traffic, stains, mildew, sun and denim. Available in 21 colorways.
3. Edge’s modular fins create energetic angles and curves to make a dynamic statement in any space. Use for long corridors, feature walls, eye-catching partitions, or bold ceiling accents. Available in 250 colors.
4. Pairings is a versatile lounge-based system that can create formal or informal settings. Offered by Kimball Office, theplatform can be used individually as a simple sofa group or as a system of work-play-gather spaces. Designers can craft a seating area that works in open and enclosed rooms.
5. Designers have the freedom to customize frame sizes, features, textiles, and colors for lumbar supports, frames, and accents on the Novo seating collection from SitOnIt Seating. The base model includes a synchro mechanism, an adjustable integrated lumbar support and a comfortable waterfall seat.
6. Starting Point is part of the inaugural collection by Luum. The textiles are inspired by the art of handweaving. The patterns create a layered, textured experience in a space when used alongside one another thanks to analogous palettes of varied shades, values, and saturations.
7. Concinnity from The HON Company is a diverse solution of laminate desks and storage with a modular design. The cohesive collection offers customizable storage, standing-height workstations, easy connectivity, and a mix of finish materials.