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 from Edition 4 by Studio Paolo Ferrari , a lamp from Studio Greytak, limited edition urns from Ngala Bespoke, a bench from House of Leon and Drapery hardware from Deco & Deco. Let us know what new products you think will make the biggest impact in the coming months—we want to hear from you!
Deco & Deco’s products are exclusively produced in Italy, Germany, the Czech Republic, Taiwan, Austria, and India and blend materials from around the world, like hand-crafted semiprecious stones, Italian Murano glass, and solid brass.
One of House of Leon’s most whimsical designs yet, the Teddy Bench in upholstered bouclé is bound to be a guest favorite. Made-to-order in two different sizes this bench fits perfectly to your design needs – to display your favorite items or seat your guests.
Each Ardmore ceramic piece is a collaborative process – from the design sketches, the sculptor or thrower will begin to mold the clay. Fantastical beasts and foliage take shape in skillful hands, before the finished piece is fired in our kilns and allowed to cool.
Recalling his time in Montana throughout his youth, Studio Greytak founder John envisioned golden wheat fields below a harvest moon when designing this deeply personal piece. The Harvest Moon Lamp features a hand-blown glass orb, softly illuminated and rising over a golden landscape of smooth citrine and a swirling agate wall. Named for the full moon that coincides with the Autumnal Equinox, this is the perfect piece to usher in the changing season.
Inspired by the craft and sculptural form, Edition 4 marks the studio’s continued exploration of quietly expressive furnishings. Forged metal detailing celebrate craft and express the inherent beauty of materials shaped by hand, while refined, complex forms are enveloping, expressing a quality of visual softness.