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Art + Loom and Bea Pernia Collab.

Clemence XXL Sofa.

Batyr Fabric.

The Verona Mirror from the Thomas Pheasant Collection.

Mosquito Desk and Chair, Storm Clouds Mirror and Rivet Vase, from the latest Barry Dixon for Arteriors collection.

Dogwood Chandelier.

Mezza Luna Curved Pink Blossom Buffet.

CA Roll Settee.

Lorenzo Wing Back Chair.

Designers Regan Billingsley (left) and Melissa Moriarty of Azulina Home X Regan Billingsley Interiors.

The Kent Drink Table, part of Jamie Merida's Spring 2023 collection for Chelsea House.

Celebration Collection by Marika Meyer.

Cabinet Columnae.

Loubes Bench.

Point Dume Table Lamp.

Angelica Lounge Chair.

Mimesis Carpet.

The Curated Home

Local designers share favorite discoveries they’ve unearthed at High Point, Salone del Mobile or on the go. These pages also reveal fabulous new collections created by talented designers in the DMV.

MIMESIS CARPET
“Crazy printed carpets were everywhere at Salone. Most memorable were Moooi’s rugs, which bring nature indoors while layering in Maximalism and bold colors.” moooi.com —Ann Gottlieb, Ann Gottlieb Design

ART + LOOM and BEA PERNIA COLLAB
“This pairing of chiseled-marble furniture and rugs inspired by rock formations at Salone was a new take on organic.” artandloom.com; beainteriorsdesign.com —Catherine Ebert, Catherine Ebert Interiors

CLEMENCE XXL SOFA
“I loved the curves of this sofa in the Verellen showroom at High Point. It’s a real stunner, covered in ribbed fur for 100-percent luxury. Super-comfy is what Spring Market was all about. ” verellen.biz —Susan Jamieson, Bridget Beari Designs

BATYR FABRIC
“We love the layered detail in Clarence House’s Batyr, seen at Rue IV in the Washington Design Center. Less is not always more.” clarencehouse.com; ruefour.com —Melanie Whittington, Whittington Design Studio

THE THOMAS PHEASANT COLLECTION
Thomas Pheasant for Baker Featuring elements of bronze and frosted Murano glass radiating from its center, the Verona Mirror is part of the DC designer’s latest line, unveiled in fall 2022. bakerfurniture.com

BARRY DIXON FOR ARTERIORS
The Virginia designer’s most recent collection includes 19 pieces of furniture and accessories, including the Mosquito Desk, Mosquito Chair, mixed-metal Storm Clouds Mirror and blackened-iron Rivet Vase. arteriorshome.com

DOGWOOD CHANDELIER
“Regina Andrew’s floral lighting creations are like jewelry. I’m especially crazy about the Dogwood Chandelier. Botanicals are so on-trend.” reginaandrew.com —Melissa Broffman, Melissa Broffman Interior Design

MEZZA LUNA CURVED PINK BLOSSOM BUFFET
“Ercole’s Blossom Collection includes a range of handmade pieces embellished with glass-mosaic flowers. I’m obsessed with this buffet.” ercolehome.com —Andrea Houck, A. Houck Designs, Inc.

CA ROLL SETTEE
“This settee can be used as a dining bench or a place to lounge. I love the modern take on a common staple. It really is quite versatile.” nafurniture.com —Laura Hildebrandt, Interiors by LH, LLC

LORENZO WING BACK CHAIR
“I enjoyed Benjamin Johnston’s line for Chaddock at High Point last fall. He has a new, contemporary perspective and understands the details.” chaddockhome.com —Dennese Guadeloupe Rojas, Interiors by Design

AZULINA HOME X REGAN BILLINGSLEY INTERIORS 
Designer Regan Billingsley and Melissa Moriarty, founder of Azulina Home, will debut a new rug collaboration in October 2023. Handwoven in Bogotá, Colombia, of natural fibers and metal, the earth-toned carpets will sport geometric patterns inspired by pre-Colombian art. azulina.com

SPRING 2023 JAMIE MERIDA COLLECTION 
Jamie Merida for Chelsea House The Easton, Maryland, designer’s latest High Point reveal includes the Kent Drink Table, which riffs on 18th-century Regency scatter tables. Clean lines and brass-ball details update the look. chelseahouseinc.com

CELEBRATION COLLECTION
 Marika Meyer Studio To mark her Bethesda design firm’s 15th anniversary, Meyer released a new textile line inspired by 19th-century serveware. Playful motifs evoke stylish soirées. marikameyer.com

CABINET COLUMNAE
“A top Salone discovery that I’m way into is Filippo Carandini’s hand-painted furniture. The cabinets serve as functional artwork.” nilufar.com —Laura Hur, Lorla Studio

POINT DUME TABLE LAMP
“Jewelry often inspires my designs. This lamp features strings of dazzling beads that create a beautiful necklace effect, making it a showstopper in any setting.” palecek.com —Lorna Gross, Lorna Gross Interior Design

LOUBES BENCH
“This piece stole the show at High Point. It nods to classical design while incorporating a modern leg and simple upholstery.” alfonsomarina.comMelanie Hansen, Melanie Hansen Interiors

ANGELICA LOUNGE CHAIR
“Seen at High Point last fall, this checks all the boxes for a cool-yet-curated, super-cozy casual chair that projects an appreciation for modern design.” interludehome.com —Margery Wedderburn, Margery Wedderburn Interiors

 

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