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.
8 Furnishings and Home Accents Made in America
From textiles with architectural motifs to graphic 70s-inspired wallpaper, these home accents showcase the best of American-made designs.
Elena Frampton and Dumais Made Collaborate on a Collection of Handmade Ceramic Lamps
This limited-edition capsule collection of handmade ceramic lamps was inspired by the scenery on Long Island’s East End.
This Artful Pendant Light Fixture Evokes the Shape of a Seed
An elongated glass pod and individually cast chain links are highlights of Seed, a new pendant light fixture by Roman and Williams Guild.