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Stout textiles engages watercolor artist Kristen Leigh on a new collection of fabric and wallpaper

The Art of Color, an artisanal textile line under Stout Textiles, introduces its exclusive Morningside collection of fabric and coordinating wallpaper designed by textile designer and artist Kristen Leigh. Featuring hues that evoke a sense of joy, the collection is free from stuffiness and intended to offer levity to the spaces they decorate. Two years in the making, the collection came to life through Kristen’s watercolors on paper.

Backcountry Containers launches sustainable home sauna

The first 3-in-1 sauna/cold plunge/hot tub, the SaunaPlunge Container is made from repurposed materials and is available for residential and commercial use.

A new design philosophy at Tupelo Goods

Taking what he learned from years of designing practical, sought-after consumer goods, Steve Nichols is stretching his imagination by creating luxury outdoor furniture for Tupelo Goods, a relative newcomer to the product segment.

Tuuci expands its Ocean Master Parasol collection with two new designs

Today, Tuuci’s distinctive shade designs and furnishings may be experienced around the world and are sought by leading design professionals within the architectural and residential design community.

Holiday gift guide: by designers, for designers

From Salone del Mobile to Shoppe Object at High Point, each of the products in our holiday gift guide was selected by designers, for designers. With a focus on functionality, uniqueness, and aesthetic appeal, each of the products in our holiday gift guide are poised to inspire and elevate the creative spirits of designers from all disciplines.

CSL takes an evolutionary leap forward with premium rebrand rollout 

CSL takes an evolutionary leap forward with premium rebrand rollout 

ISFD names 78 finalists in 21 Categories for the 2023 Pinnacle Awards®

ISFD names 78 finalists in 21 Categories for the 2023 Pinnacle Awards®

Salvatori on building a heritage brand

Salvatori’s unwavering commitment to sustainability is further underscored by other creations like Lithoverde®, Romboo, Lost Stones, and the newly introduced Passepartout. These designs exemplify the company’s belief that elegance and environmental consciousness can coexist seamlessly. Patchwork stands as a tangible step towards a more sustainable future, aligning perfectly with Salvatori’s promise to prioritize the Earth’s natural resources.

Merve Kahraman creates products that forge an emotional bond

My current favorites are the Sare Floor Lamp and the upcoming MetLife table. My favorite interior design project was a residential home in Bebek, Istanbul. I designed it during covid, and despite the dreary circumstances, I felt proud to create designs that reflect a more positive and fun world. That project makes me happy every time I see the images.

The new Itihāas Company offers pillows, throws with a rich history

With a passion for history and the stories that objects can tell, Devika Kanadé has…