Fancy Viva Magenta? Take a look at this week’s New & Noteworthy


This week on New & Noteworthy we have tabletop from Juliska, a side table from Malabar, seating from Blu Dot, a settee from Circus and a bench from Koket. Let us know what new products you think will make the biggest impact in the coming months—we want to hear from you!

The Le-Le bench will begin your love affair with luxury. Her petite body is sumptuously upholstered in decadent fabric including two bejeweled bolster pillows for added glamour. Her body rests on a chic base, lacquered to match the fabric.
The divine Lotus flower extends its seating reign, through a modern and super comfy sofa version. With a contemporary touch and fully upholstered in velvet, it is the ideal piece to gather friends, whether for playing or studying, as it also serves as a cozy reading corner.
An extension of Blu Dot’s infamous Decade Chair, its lounge counterpart is made using 100% recycled plastic, durable enough to suit every space and season. Its deceptively simple design is comfortable, stackable and beautiful. Plus, a nifty drain hole keeps the seat dry at all times. It is available in seven colorways: Tomato, Putty, Mustard, White, Black, Marine Blue, and Olive.
After surviving Lisbon’s 1755 earthquake, the royal family decided to live in a much more sturdy residence than before. That was when the Palace of Ajuda was built and, from then on, several families inhabited it. The palace also underwent some changes through the years, having even been partially destroyed by a fire in the meantime. Inspired by this exquisite building, with such strong roots, Malabar designers conceived this timeless side table. Supported by one shapely designed geometric foot, the side tabletop is made of lacquered wood finished with high gloss varnish, and embellished with gold leaf coated details. The Cortez side table artfully blends into exquisite décor spaces with a realistic touch, reminiscent of the time of kings and queens.
Irresistibly lovely, the beloved Chambray Field of Flowers pattern is now available in stoneware. Mix and match effortlessly with Juliska’s signature Berry & Thread, Country Estate, and Le Panier collections.


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