This week’s product launches

A new trim collection, Japanese influenced furniture and rugs inspired by mist and Greek symbols. These are the new product launches that caught my eye this week

Silk specialists James Hare launched a dedicated trim and braid collection this month. The colours all coordinate with the company’s fabric collections and include detailed embroideries, deep fringes, cut velvets and ribbon trims.

From Holmes Bespoke two new rugs, Sea Mist and Storm Cloud, join the Elements collection. The rugs evoke the beauty of the natural world through a serene colour palette combined with complex tufting in bamboo silk and wool.

Patience & Gough are launching the Shokunin furniture collection exclusively at London Design Week. Designed in England, the pieces merge Japanese inspired aesthetics with international influences to reinterpret Oriental chinoiserie. Eco-friendly materials such as bamboo and Eco-Wud have been used, while mother of pearl, figured sycamore and mandarin burl inlays create the decorative detail (you can read my in-depth interview with Oliver Gough here)

In response to demand for a white carpet to furnish luxury residences and super yachts, Jacaranda has launched Satara and Kheri in pure white Tencel. Available as 4m wide broadloom, the carpets are also available as special order 5m wide, plus made to measure rugs with a choice of hand-sewn, blind-hemmed or whipped edges.

Jennifer Manners has once again collaborated with Salvesen Graham to create a rug design that reinterprets a formal Greek key pattern with a playful bamboo cane motif. The flat woven rug is made from Jennifer’s sustainable /re/PURPOSE/PERFORMANCE fibres. Greek Cane is available in five colourways, including moss, biscuit and raspberry to coordinate with the many fabric offerings from Salvesen Graham (you can read my interview with Jennifer here)

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