New Floral Patterns Bloom for Inga Sempé’s Matin Table Lamp
British heritage brand Liberty is renowned for its vintage ditsy floral prints; housewares company Hay is all contemporary Copenhagen cool. Put the two together—in Inga Sempé’s popular Matin table lamp, a modern-day classic with pleated cotton shade, released in 2019—and the mishmash feels entirely of the moment. Hay cofounder Mette Hay selected five Liberty patterns for the collaboration that traverse shades of light to dark: Mitsi, Betsy Ann, Ros, Ed, and Cherry Drop. Hay notes that when the au courant shade is rendered in a pert floral, “The print becomes graphic and, in some ways, modern.” We couldn’t agree more.
Reviving Mid-Century Lighting Designs with Devilish Details
Zany glassware brand Home in Heven revivify Louis Poulsen’s classic mid-century designs, rendering the silhouettes in handblown glass with pointed details.
Ethan Cook Applies His Minimalist, Abstract Style to Rugs for Hay
Ethan Cook explores flatness and the physicality of canvases to rugs in his latest collection for Danish brand Hay.
U.K Lighting Company Lights&Lamps Launches in the U.S.
lights&lamps is now making inroads into the U.S. market with local distribution facilities. See what’s next for the brand and its innovative design duo.
Glimpse This Fashion Designer’s Collection for Farrow & Ball
Fashion designer Christopher John Rogers’ latest endeavor is Carte Blanche, a capsule collection of paints and wallpapers for U.K.’s Farrow & Ball.
Anna Karlin Unveils a Shapely New Furniture and Lighting Collection
Product designer Anna Karlin’s hotly anticipated fall collection of lighting, furniture, and objects comes together after three years in the making.
8 Conversation-Worthy Fittings and Fixtures
From colorful stained-glass tiles to sleek faucets and architectural-inspired fixtures, these kitchen and bath accents double as conversation starters.