This week on New & Noteworthy we have lighting from Jen Dallas’ collection with Chameleon Fine Lighting, pillows from K-Apostrophe, a bench from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, a chair from Arhaus and a candle from Joya Studio. Let us know what new products you think will make the biggest impact in the coming months—we want to hear from you!
Designer Jen Dallas partnered with Chameleon Fine Lighting to create elegant square or rectangular box-sconces sawed from sheet brass in three geometric patterns. “I developed this collection of sconces as a system of refined, modular pieces that double as both a source of light and also as a source of joy, because each one is a work of art,” said Dallas.
A slingback-style lounge chair from Arhaus completes conversation areas with its chic solid wood frame, tapered legs, and flared armrests. Antiqued brass nail head details add a touch of glam while exposed hand-stitched leather straps hold a textural bouclé cushion in a crisp neutral tone to complement any décor aesthetic.
Multimedia artist and philosopher Shantell Martin’s hottest and newest collaboration is a limited-run edition of Joya glass votive and XL porcelain candles. Developed with Martin’s input, the candles are scented with notes of shaded green tea, ocean air, heliotrope petals, and vanilla flower.
New from K’Apostrophe, each pillow cushion is handwoven with New Zealand wool and inspired by painter K’era’s time in Mexico. The designers’ inspiration specifically comes from museum artifacts from the Aztec periods, Oaxacan weaving traditions, looms, and their exquisite craftsmanship, artistry and skill.
Equally eye-catching, versatile and comfortable, this new bench from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams can be customized to complement many interiors, from entry halls to bedrooms. It is inspired by Carrie Bradshaw’s dressing room bench in the new Sex and the City.