Black Edition released Mizumi Fabrics and Wallcoverings, a collaboration with Japanese woodcut artist Katsutoshi Yuasa. The sofa is covered in Katsura. Photography courtesy of Black Edition.
Cole & Son previewed their new collaboration with Fornasetti, called Senza Tempo. The 19 wallpapers will officially launch at London Design Week (March 10-15). Shown is Bastoni, based on a silk scarf pattern from the 1940s featuring the “canes” of Bastoni. Photography courtesy of Cole & Son.
Arte’s newest collection, Vanguard, was inspired by abstract art from the 1950s and 1960s. The large geometric pattern is Expressionist, printed on a high-tech mesh textile and available in three color variations. Photography courtesy of Arte.
Jim Thompson Fabrics’ Shangri La collection is inspired by rich color, exotic pattern, and luxurious texture. Shown here: the new Genoa cotton velvet available in 40 colors, along with the Chinois tape and Plumeria. Photography courtesy of Jim Thompson Fabrics.
Dedar’s showroom featured wall panels in the Japanese-inspired Scaramouche, a yarn-dyed jacquard available in four variations. Photography by Vincent Leroux.
The harmonious soft-toned Ettore rug by Toulemonde Bochart is inspired by 1930s constructivism. Photography courtesy of Toulemonde Bochart.
The James Hare Voyager Collection was inspired by female Victorian travelers, who criss-crossing the globe, recorded their adventures through painting, drawing, and photography. Photography courtesy of James Hare.
Inspired by the wildlife and the culture of the New World, Gastón Y Daniela launched the Nuevo Mundo collection. Photography courtesy of Gastón Y Daniela.
Mark Alexander’s Moderna uses pure linen fibers inspired by the multi-cultural, mid-century Modernism of Brazil. Photography courtesy of Mark Alexander.
Hanawa wall covering from the Mizumi collection by Black Edition, which collaborated with Tokyo-born artist Katsutoshi Yuasa. Photography courtesy of Black Edition.
French textile house Lelievre released Merlin, a new edition inspired by an enchanted forest. Photography courtesy of Lelievre.
The Imagine collection by Boussac embodies the free spirit of the 1970s. Fabrics include Zeppelin, Ziggy, Tempo, and Marin. Photography courtesy of Boussac.
The Abyssal wallpaper by Jean-Paul Gaultier for Lelievre features oceans teeming with life. Photography courtesy of Lelievre.
The new Boundary and Fresco patterns from And Objects for Christopher Farr Cloth are printed on pure Belgian linen. Photography courtesy of Christopher Farr Cloth.
Designed by the Rockwell Group for Jim Thompson Fabrics, Misty Forest from the Atmosphere collection is a dream-like landscape of trees in filmy clouds printed on a finely textured sisal grass cloth. Photography courtesy of Jim Thompson Fabrics.
Pierre Frey’s printed-cork wallpaper, Neo, is available in two color ways from the Journeys Around the World collection. Photography courtesy of Pierre Frey.
The Casamance L'invité collection includes the embroidered Sillion in Nude, available in three color variations. Photography courtesy of Casamance.
Larsen’s new collection takes its inspiration from the secrets of living nature, using the natural irregularities on linen in subtle tones. Curtains are in Vittelli and Bautista. Photography courtesy of Larsen.
The new Soleil Levant wallpaper collection by Elitis features the Japanese-inspired Bienfaisante meditation. Photography courtesy of Elitis.
Majestic cranes embroidered on antique kimonos inspired Flight from Phillip Jeffries, available in three color combinations. Photography courtesy of Phillip Jeffries.
The richly embroidered Pétrouchka by Casamance recalls the details of haute-couture creations. Photography courtesy of Casamance.
The 2019 Manuel Canovas collection is inspired by painter Henri Matisse’s use of color. Curtains in Greta and chairs in Anna. Photography courtesy of Manuel Canovas.
Les Dames by Zoffany is representative of an artist’s muse and available in three colorways. Photography courtesy of Zoffany.
A selection of monochrome rugs from Merida’s minimal Atelier Monochrome Exhibit at Galerie Alain le Gaillard. Photography courtesy of Merida.
French lighting brand Entrelacs has its own foundry in La Sarthe, near Le Mans in France. The family-owned business specializes in bronze and alabaster and was awarded EPV status—Living Heritage Enterprise. Shown here is the Ghost wall light. Photography by Gregory Copitet.
The exhibition Tutto Ponti at the Musée Des Art Décoratifs in Paris is showcasing the work of architect and designer Gio Ponti through May 5, 2019 and was sponsored by Molteni&C. Photography by Luc Boegly.