Malene Barnett Teams Up With Lulu and Georgia on Wallcovering Line Inspired by the Sea
Artist-activist Malene Barnett, founder of the Black Artists + Designers Guild, is an authority on cultural traditions and art practices in the African diaspora. Envisioning a contemporary Black experience rooted in these customs, she uses her art as a way to uncover, understand, and celebrate her heritage. Working with Lulu and Georgia, she debuts Kindred, a line that translates her intricate hand-built clay sculptures and vessels into standout wallpaper. Printed in York, Pennsylvania, the five patterns include Mosaic, dotty and metallic-accented, and Bequia, its ripples inspired by the Caribbean Sea settling into meditative repetition that’s as beguiling as the glint of sunlight on ocean waves.
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.