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Designer: Shanan Campanaro of Eskayel
Product: Sky Arc
Standout: The beach towns along Italy’s southern Adriatic coastline inspired the bold shapes and vibrant colors of the designer’s new Tibetan wool cross-weave rug.
Designer: Aimée Wilder of Aimée Wilder
Standout: The designer’s first foray into modular cement tile includes this sinuous evocation of diurnal rhythms in plum/clay and oleander/clay, two of 13 available colorways.
Designer: Nani Marquina of Nanimarquina
Standout: Saturated, banner-ready hues—
nectar, blush, saffron, and basil—define
the Spanish designer’s first collection of plain, patternless dhurrie rugs, all handmade in India from New Zealand wool.
Designer: William Storms for Crosby Street Studios
Product: William Storms X Crosby Street Studios
Standout: The portfolio of 10 handwoven felted-
wool and ramie rugs in four designs—each in four colorways—exemplifies the New York
designer’s passion for combining craft with custom manufacturing.
Designer: Avery Thatcher of Juju Papers
Standout: Available in three colorways,
the handmade cement tiles’ stripes can be arranged end-on-end as a continuous rippling pattern or in alternating directions
for a three-dimensional basketweave effect.
Designer: Katie Ann McGuigan for Orior
Product: Pattern 1
Standout: The fashion designer—sister
of the Irish heritage brand’s creative
director—uses three geometric patterns from her latest womenswear collection
to adorn the company’s first rug series.
Designer: Suzanne Tick for Tarkett
Product: Light Shift
Standout: Drawing inspiration from studies of light waves, the Tick Studio founder creates a modular carpet and vinyl tile collection that celebrates the way daylight promotes joy, wellness, and a sense of togetherness.
Designer: Eric VanderMolen for Clé Tile
Product: Guild Fundamentals
Standout: The local ceramist goes back to basics in this artisanal tile line made with minimally processed, mineral-rich clay from the nearby Sierra Nevada foothills—a rugged material that, when fired, renders every tile unique.