Guaranteed to Intrigue: 22 Designs You Can’t Miss at The Mart
A galaxy of choices from the Showrooms at The Mart
Left: The Homestead Collection by James Dunlop is inspired by a deep connection to the outdoors. The collection of new fabrics is crafted in colors and textures that evoke the coastal vistas and rugged mountains of New Zealand. Shown here, Alpine, a soft bouclé, in Artichoke and Pumice. Through Michael-Cleary.
Right: Dornbracht’s MEM faucet series is now available for the kitchen. The flat, rectangular spout has a 180-degree bend, and the integrated controller ensures a gentle, air-enriched flow of water. Through K&B Galleries.
Left: The Kyoto Alu collection from Janus et Cie draws its name and inspiration from Kyoto, a city with a rich culture of handcrafts. Traditional bamboo designs are reimagined in durable, powder-coated aluminum. The eight-piece collection is available in Lava, shown here, as well as Limestone finishes.
Right: Corbett Lighting’s Adonis pendant, through CAI Designs, takes a familiar lantern shape and combines it with a modern mix of materials. The glass cylindrical shade houses honed, Nero Madera marble candlesticks with vintage brass accents.
The newest entries in the Baker Luxe collection include-jewelry inspired details and fashion-forward silhouettes. The Disque chandelier features nearly 100 hand-blown Murano discs, and hangs over the Link dining table. With the elegant lines of a high-heeled shoe, the Collar chair switches between accent and dining chair with grace and style. Through Baker|McGuire.
Left: The warm palette and subtle texture of Ann Sacks’s Rochelle brings the beauty of Italian Renaissance frescoes into your home.
Right: Graff’s Vignola Collection is inspired by the famous arches of Bologna and echoes the porticoes that introduce light, shadows, and deep architectural perspectives. The collection is available in a full range of finishes, including 24K Gold with black accents, shown here.
Left: Keilhauer’s new Nova fabric features high-performance construction and strong texture that is both visual and tactile. Nova combines energetic-yet-casual looks with performance, and is easy to clean, making it ideal for high-traffic spaces where warmth, comfort, and durability are paramount.
Right: Haworth’s Bay Lounge, designed in collaboration with Foster + Partners, allows for flexible configuration thanks to its curvilinear modules, and removable central or end armrests.
Left: Vacanza is a new collaboration between designer Benjamin Johnston and S. Harris. The Italian-inspired collection features bold patterns and colors in trims, fabrics, and wallcoverings. The line exudes architectural rhythm, midcentury influences, and the pageantry of contemporary Italian culture. Through Fabricut.
Right: The soft and airy structure of Alon, by Innovations, is achieved by manipulating conventional weaving techniques to create depth. Sections of the weft are left undone in this natural woven wallcovering, giving the illusion of a floating layer that creates soft and delicate texture enhanced by thin cellulose yarn. The unique structure creates a subtle vertical stripe in monochromatic tones.
The team at Tiburon Homes worked with New Style to design the stained, rift-cut white oak cabinetry in this serene kitchen for a family in Hinsdale, Illinois. Tiburon brought in Lauren Warnock of PROjECT Interiors to complete the interior design, creating a streamlined, yet warm, look. Refrigerator, freezer, and wine storage by Sub-Zero. Cooktop, grill, ovens and warming drawers by Wolf.
Photography by Ryan McDonald.
Moen’s Weymouth deck-mounted kitchen faucet is replete with gracious Victorian details, such as porcelain inlays and a refined shepherd’s spout. The brand’s Power Boost technology provides superior water performance at the push of a button. Shown here in brushed gold.
Left: Andreu World’s Costa Chair is made with weather-resistent fabric in multiple colors and configurations. Costa is lightweight, stackable, and comfortable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Right: Create bespoke beverages with minimum effort, using the Gaggenau fully automatic 400 Series coffee machine. Control beverage size, temperature, and strength, and create personalized coffee configurations.
Left: Invari, by Brizo, is inspired by Edwardian style, and offset by sturdy machine-age heft. The collection comes in a full range of styles for the bath, and a variety of finish options including polished gold, seen here.
Right: Inspired by the support, comfort, and ease of relaxing in a simple pool float, Hightower Studio’s Flote brings an instant sense of relief and lightness. With an embracing seat, a contemporary-yet-timeless aesthetic, and inspiring details, Flote is a chair that truly encourages lounging.
Left: Sherwin-Williams introduces Colormix Forecast 2024, Anthology: Volume One, a new biennial color trend report. The first Colormix report includes 48 hand-selected hues and explores four palettes: blues and greens, reds and purples, deeps and darks, and delicate tints. Palette number one includes Billiard Green, shown here.
Right: House of Rohl’s Graceline collection by Michael Berman offers a blend of glamorous elegance and industrial functionality. The collection celebrates American Moderne, a transitional style combining modern elements with those from an era when transatlantic ocean liners and transcontinental train travel were in their heyday, and Hollywood was in its prime.
Drown out distraction with Reed by Turf Design. The graceful panels create soft, undulating textures that break the acoustic mold. The design of the modular panels provides acoustic performance in a full palette of colors from pale to bold.
Left: Sub-Zero’s wine storage units are more than just refrigeration. They are climate controlled to protect against heat, humidity, vibration, and light—the four main enemies of a wine collection.
Right: Mark Alexander takes its design cues from many cultural and historical references, through the inherent beauty of natural materials, timeless techniques, and authenticity. The cohesive range of prints, embroideries, jacquards, and plain textiles work together or individually, and are available through Romo.