New & Noteworthy is a new weekly series showcasing a select number of products that hit the HAT editors’ mailboxes during the week and catch our eye. This week on New & Noteworthy we have a pendant by Hollis & Morris, rock boxes from J Strongwater, a cabinet from Richard Yasmine, a rug from American Dakota and a table lamp from Foscarini. Let us know what new products you think will make the biggest impact in the coming months—we want to hear from you!
The Apogee, the single furthest point from Earth in the moon’s orbit. A single light version of the Ellipse fixture by Hollis & Morris, the fixture can be a solitary moon or installed in multiples modelling the phases of the moon’s elliptical orbit.
J Strongwater’s new high design, luxury box collection, ‘Rock Boxes.’ The collectibles feature 14k gold plating and over 1,000 “Rocks”, a nod to the hand-set Swarovski crystals. This inaugural line of ‘Rock Boxes’ commemorates iconic music legends, including The Beatles, Elton John and The Rolling Stones.
Richard Yasmine’s Nazar is a sculptural eye-shaped cabinet, crafted with wood, brass and Mother of Pearl inlay.
The Calhoun, Georgia, Southwest-inspired rug company American Dakota actively seeks to partner with Native American artists to give those artists both recognition as well as a source of income. This January a new rug collaboration will debut at the prestigious Art of the Cowgirl show in Queen Creek, Arizona.
Foscarini’s Lumiere table lamp has become an icon of design, and it is distinguished by the blown glass diffuser combined with an unmistakable aluminum tripod.
Lauren Roses is Home Accents Today’s product editor, responsible for selecting and compiling product and trend stories, and for overseeing product submissions and coverage of intros and market debuts. Lauren studied at the University of Arizona and has lived in San Diego, California and New York City. Prior to joining Home Accents Today, she worked in marketing and project management for several prominent interior design and real estate professionals. In early 2018 Lauren moved back to her home state of North Carolina where she enjoys reading, animals, hiking and spending time with family.