New releases from Jonathan Adler, Emma Hayes Textiles, and more

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We’re not even halfway to 2022, and there are already a slew of new design trends to think about. From atmospheric wallpaper patterns to baked-in dining chairs, here are some highlights from our latest roundup of releases.

Reade dining table and Jane dining chairs from Maiden Home Courtesy of Maiden Home

Maiden Home premiered a luxury spring collection called Collected Home. The line offers seven handcrafted, custom-made furniture pieces that feature sculptural shades and touchable textures, such as the low-slung, tufted Jane dining chairs and the asymmetrical Muir Table, which features a built-in solid wood side table to boot.

New releases from Jonathan Adler, Emma Hayes Textiles, and more

Emma Hayes Textiles Pink Hijab BackdropCourtesy of Emma Hayes Textiles

New Zealand design studio Emma Hayes Textiles has introduced two new wallpaper designs as soon as they are called Veil and Journey. The former is inspired by traditional Japanese Noren paintings, while the latter features a loose, linear pattern based on an original painting.

New releases from Jonathan Adler, Emma Hayes Textiles, and more

Certainty No. 1 and Certainty No. 2 by Cait Courneya at MintedCourtesy of forum

Minted has launched an innovative new customizable fine art platform. The set contains 272 limited edition editions – like the Abstract Certainty series by Cait Courneya and a checkered cloud study by Brian Sostrom called Day Dream – that can be cropped, rotated, flipped, and recolored to fit a specific interior.

New releases from Jonathan Adler, Emma Hayes Textiles, and more

Antique Bronze Arch by Lunada Bay Tile by Jonathan AdlerCourtesy of Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler launches Shelter Island, the brand’s inaugural tile collection. Designed in collaboration with Lunada Bay Tile, the series showcases seven hand-carved ceramic designs inspired by Adler’s seaside retreat, including a geometric arch and diamond-patterned quarter.

the left: Harlow coffee table from Connet Home Courtesy of Konit Home | right: Brand Grant lounge chair Courtesy of Konit Home

Los Angeles-based Connet Home has released an artisanal lineup of custom-made furniture pieces. Designed by local woodworkers, stone makers, and upholsterers, the collection includes five architectural designs—a bench, bookshelf, coffee table, dining and lounge chairs—with a portion of the proceeds going to the environmental nonprofit organization One Percent for Planet Earth.

New releases from Jonathan Adler, Emma Hayes Textiles, and more

Victoria Larson Western Wallpaper in Granny Apple Courtesy of Victoria Larson

Victoria Larson has revealed a new wallpaper style called Westerly. Available in five soft colors—pink, sage, blue, gray, and apple green—the design features a floral heel trim with ink and watercolor accents.

the left: Scott Sueme’s New Tides Sunday Rug Courtesy of Sunday | right: Scott Swim brand free study mat Courtesy of Sunday

Vancouver-based furniture brand Sundays has unveiled its latest collaboration with a Canadian artist Scott Swim. The exclusive capsule collection consists of two handwoven rugs made of 100% wool: Free Study and The Graphic New Tides.

the left: Plush Quilted Flamenco Shade Quilt by Printfresh Courtesy of Printfresh | right: Antelope’s Brand Jade Forest Background Courtesy of Printfresh

Philadelphia-based sleepwear brand Printfresh has launched its first line of homeware. The vibrant collection spans across bedding, wallpaper, and shower curtains in six of her whimsical (and best-selling) patterns, including a light pink flamenco punctuated by flamenco and a luscious, light-colored antelope forest.

New releases from Jonathan Adler, Emma Hayes Textiles, and more

Martha’s collection of baccaratCourtesy of Baccarat

As it was first revealed in poohAt the Future of Home conference in September, Baccarat officially launched for the first time a stunning range of glassware inspired by her. Martha Stewart. The group, called Martha, offers goblets, goblets, a jug, and an ice bucket engraved with intricate criss-cross motifs modeled on the glasses the legendary hostess uses when entertaining guests at her summer home.

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