The big news this week is that Lee Broom has launched a furniture collection. I also bring you glitzy hardware, Arte’s new textural wallcovering and inspiration for the New Rustic trend.
Best known for his lighting, Lee Broom has now launched the Penthouse Collection of furniture and accessories. Comprising the White Street sofa, Tribeca tables, Musico table and chairs and Fulcrum candlesticks. The new collection was created for Lee’s New York penthouse which completed in Spring 2021. He says each piece is inspired by the design details of the Tribeca interior and the architecture of the surroundings. (White Street sofa and Tribeca tables shown above. Photography Stephen Kent & Michael Rey)
Manila is the new wallcoverings collection from Arte, carefully constructed from woven threads. The result is organic, textural patterns from florals and botanicals to more minimalist forms. To create Manila, threads of varying thicknesses are meticulously laid out by hand resulting in six patterns in a palette of soft pastels and neutrals.
Pullcast hardware is like jewellery for furniture. And the latest Limited Edition Collection will certainly add a sparkle to any interior. The Collection includes pieces such as Comb, a brass drawer handle inspired by honeycomb; Octo is a jewelled octopus; and Caviar combines black baubles with cubic zirconia crystals.
Cosy Coco say New Rustic is the trend to watch out for this Autumn – ‘a dash of boho, a splash of farmhouse all tied together with contemporary design.’ Apparently New Rustic is all about using texture and various finishes to soften modern design and create a homely space. Noemie Deed, Cosy Coco founder says, “There’s just something about the rustic, shaggy and raw paired with the sleek, clean and polished which creates a real sweet spot for interesting, stylish and cosy interiors.” You can find a selection of Berber rugs suitable for the New Rustic trend on the Cosy Coco website.
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