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Kravet Couture’s Artist Series by Paperscape.

Hammerton Studio’s Blossom Modern Branch linear suspension light.

The Starlet Bench from Jessica Charles.

The Tremont Side Table by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.

Jonathan Adler’s modernist Vesuvius Bowl.

Lelièvre’s Nature Précieuse collection for Scalamandré.

An eclectic den features Stark's Tigress rug. Photo: Erin Comerford

Nature’s Bounty

Chic new home products celebrate the world around us

TIGER STRIPE
A trend toward nature-inspired décor animates today’s fashionable homes. Stark’s playful Tigress rug grounds an eclectic den designed by Holly Hollingsworth Phillips of The English Room in Charlotte, North Carolina. starkcarpet.com

WALL ART
Kravet Couture’s Artist Series by Paperscape showcases the work
of seven artists in varying wallpaper motifs. For Telescopic, Michele Oka Doner conjured the beach, depicting seaweeds, algae, coral and shells; pictured in the Nautics colorway. kravet.com

LIGHT SHOW
The hand-blown-glass “blossoms” that distinguish Hammerton
Studio’s Blossom Modern Branch linear suspension light convey a soft, organic feel, illuminated by LED bulbs. Available in two lengths and eight finishes. hammertonstudio.com

SOFT SEAT
Part of a comfy collection of faux fur and shearling seating, the Starlet Bench from Jessica Charles pairs acrylic legs with a seat upholstered
in a heavy, dark knit that mimics shearling. jessicacharles.com

SCULPTURAL STYLE
Sustainably sourced from reclaimed-teak roots, the solid-looking Tremont Side Table by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams is actually hollow, allowing light to filter through it. Part of a collection of tables and sculptures.
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CRATER EFFECT
Soft peaks of lava inspired Jonathan Adler’s modernist Vesuvius Bowl. Each piece is hand-sculpted in clay, then produced in stoneware with a glaze that bubbles when fired to create a cratered surface.
jonathanadler.com

ENCHANTED FOREST
Natural colors, textures and light animate Lelièvre’s Nature Précieuse
collection for Scalamandré. Pictured above: Merlin, a cotton fabric depicting an enchanted forest in bold yet muted tones. scalamandre.com

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