4 Home Décor Must-Haves for Texture and Flair
These home accents play up the power of tactility, from a faux fur throw with a pattern reminiscent of pressed flowers to a chic sofa upholstered in a mohair cotton cord.
Erin Fetherston for Anthropologie
Standout: The fashion and interior designer’s inaugural collab with the boho retail giant yields a plush faux fur poly throw with abstract motifs resembling pressed flowers scattered on a coffee-colored ground. anthropologie.com
Jeff Martin for Objective Gallery
Standout: Highlights of the designer and Vancouver gallery owner’s recent New York exhibition with Sam Klemick, “Please Sit for the Alternate Ending,” included a patchwork console clad in stoneware tiles. objectivegallery.com
Grant Wilkinson and Teresa Rivera for SCP
Standout: Peony petals inspired both the name and the gracefully bowed form of the debut upholstered sofa, shown in mohair-cotton cord, by the hardwood-furniture specialists and married cofounders of Wilkinson & Rivera. scp.co.uk
Shea McGee for Kohler
Standout: To commemorate the K&B behemoth’s 150-year anniversary, the Studio McGee founder perused its archives and applied her signature transitional aesthetic to a collection that includes a chic wall-mount pot filler. kohler.com
Uncover Historic References in Arte’s Latest Wallcoverings
The ancient city of Babylon inspired Arte’s latest line of textile wallcoverings, which draws the pictographic writing that Mesopotamians carved into clay tablets.
A Character-Filled L.A. Home Inspires Beni Rug’s New Line
A home in the Los Angeles hills that was once an enclave for psychedelic experimentation and sun worship inspires Beni Rug’s latest collection.
This New Table Collection Shows the Richness of Natural Stone
Budde conceives Five x Seven, a collection of five tables (a console plus coffee and side tables) made from seven types of colorful stone.