New & Noteworthy: Start your week off right by checking out these 5 new products


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 chair by ICONS by MENU, lighting from Tracy Glover Studio, a lamp from Danny Kaplan Studio, more lighting from Hamimi and a candle from Everology. Let us know what new products you think will make the biggest impact in the coming months—we want to hear from you!

Everology describes its Coyote Vyolet candle as: Extraterrestrial landscapes hang from a falling sky. Canyonesque boulders dance with shape-shifting silhouettes while mystical crevasses tell stories of opalescent creeks once flowing. Evanescent waves of bergamot pulsate while rhythmic sap-like drippings of agave glisten on the desert floor. Faint wafts of marigold and cedar leaf melt into piquant patchouli. A hushed, heavy silence serenades the vast expanse of tomorrow’s promise.

Marrakech-based Hamimi features minimal, modern hand-crocheted designs. Sustainably crafted, these pendant lamps are identifiable by their expert weave of colorful kitan thread. The sculptural shapes are inspired by objects used in daily Moroccan life, like tagines, pots, and baskets; combining traditional Moroccan techniques and materials with a contemporary sensibility. Each pendant comes in a range of color options and sizes / styles.

Danny Kaplan Studio presents a new collection of limited-edition seating and tables. Each lamp is inspired by aspects of the natural world and architecture, blending organic with structural. This collection has strong roots in mid-century art and brutalist architecture.

Tracy Glover Studio’s Gourd Bar Chandelier offers a balance of large, organic forms with a delicate, linear finish. A series of gourd shapes in a variety of sizes can be suspended from a slender bar.

Originally dubbed Model 9, the Oda Chair by ICONS by MENU was an ambitious design from the very beginning. Created by Arnold Madsen around 1956, the aesthetic reinterpretation of an armchair has a complex horseshoe construction with an integrated headrest and beautifully incorporated armrests in wood. Offering comfortable support, the embracing design was initially – and mistakenly – attributed to Nanna Ditzel. In 2020 it was rightfully credited to Madsen. Constructed according to a vintage version as there are no drawings of the original design, the Oda Chair profiles a sublime level of craftsmanship, evident in the intricacy of its upholstery. The chair is available with legs in natural oak or walnut.

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.


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