"The best debuts you didn't get to see in Paris" on Business of Home's Product Preview.Courtesy of Hartmann & Forbes
Hartmann & Forbes tapped California–based designer Amy Meier for a collaboration that features seven window-treatment textiles with handwoven motifs, including a handloomed jacquard named Joinery and a wabi-sabi-inspired pattern composed of ramie and warp threads called Gossamer. Available through the Thomas Lavin Laguna Design Center Showroom. View Hartmann & Forbes on the TL site.
Courtesy of Fromental
Fromental debuted a whimsical wallcovering design called Ogata. Inspired by the work of Japanese artist Tawaraya Sotatsu, the chinoiserie-style stunner features a painterly abstract peony motif cast on a rich earth tone ground that’s printed and hand-finished on paper-backed fabric for added durability. View Fromental on the TL site.
Courtesy of Parete
Parete unveiled an exuberant wallcovering design called Petal to Metal. Teeming with bold color combos such as fuschia and cobalt blue, the sprightly floral wallpaper features subtle metallic foil detailing that gives it a fun, shimmery finish. View Parete on the TL site.
Courtesy of Sarah Von Dreele
Sarah Von Dreele added 18 new fabrics to her beloved Resilience collection. Designed to evoke feelings of hope and positivity, the series introduces six energetic patterns, each in three cheery colorways, including a zigzagging watercolor motif in shades of fuchsia and neon orange named Mark and a squiggly cobalt print called Marie-Therese. View Sarah Von Dreele fabrics and wall coverings on the TL site.
Courtesy of Cortina Leathers
Cortina Leathers released a colorful collection of performance textiles called Allora. Inspired by the sun-touched palette of a Tuscan landscape, the sophisticated assortment spans 13 colorways ranging from soft grassy green Jade Garden to the terracotta-hued Toasted Caramel, all of which are finished in a state-of-the-art stain- and wear-resistant topcoat formulated by Crypton. View Cortina Leathers on the TL site.