Dezeen Showroom: a rich-hued brown sofa that was informed by 1970s conversation pits is among 13 new products featured on Dezeen Showroom.
Float sofa by Sarah Ellison
Created by Australian design brand Sarah Ellison for Pantone, Float has deep, ribbed seats and tapered armrests, which are upholstered in decadent brown velvet.
The brown upholstery is in the shade Piccolo, which was created specifically for this design and brings a “sensorial richness” to the piece, according to Ellison.
Float sofa was recently featured on Dezeen Showroom, alongside a collection of storage pieces characterised by using the live edges of timber and ceramic tiles designed to mimic the appearance of wallpaper.
Read on to see more of the latest products:
White Deco wall tiles by Marazzi
Italian tile brand Marazzi’s White Deco wall tiles aim to bridge the gap “between minimalism and decoration” by overlaying a plain white background with oversized floral and foliage-based prints.
The tiles deliver the look of traditional wallpaper in a thin ceramic tile format, allowing them to be used in all areas including kitchens and bathrooms where water is present.
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Live Edge furniture collection by Beomsuk Ko for Kobeomsuk Furniture
South Korean designer Beomsuk Ko has designed a range of storage units for his brand Kobeomsuk Furniture with simple forms that allow the grain of the wood to serve as decoration.
The collection is made up of a walnut TV stand, a glass cabinet, a freestanding shelving unit and a sideboard that all take visual cues from traditional South Korean furniture.
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Borriana tiles by Estudio Ceramico
Informed by traditional vitrified ceramics, Spanish tile brand Estudio Ceramico aimed to create “timeless atmospheres” with their Borriana tiles.
Tiles are available in both square and elongated rectangular sizes in colourways including ocean, navy and deep green, inspired by the natural landscape of land and sea.
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Plato poufs by Yasemin Toygar
Launched at London Design Festival, furniture brand Yasemin Toygar designed its Plato poufs with geometric blocks of marble and onyx embedded in its brass legs.
The legs and bases act as a “geometric still life” and support soft upholstered seats that are available in three colour and shape options.
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Crochet rug collection by Clara von Zweigbergk for Gan
The result of a collaboration between designer Clara von Zweigbergk and Gan, Crochet rugs merge unusual chromatic combinations with the familiarity and comfort of knitted products.
Crochet rugs are hand-made in India from virgin wool and come in two formats – Crochet Mono or Crochet Trio – which both come in two size options.
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Momenti wall tiles by Marazzi
Marazzi designed its range of Momenti wall tiles with the aim of reinstating colour and decoration in interior spaces.
The tiles are available in a wide range of plain, floral and botanical patterns, as well as Art Nouveau and Art Deco-informed geometric prints.
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Mod Highback seating by Henrik Schulz for HBF
Furniture brand HBF and architect Henrik Schulz collaborated to expand Schulz’s existing range of Mod furniture with Mod Highback seating.
The range comprises two and three-seater sofas and a lounge chair, all with tall sides that act as built-in privacy screens. Theu are intended for use in offices as an alternative to desk working where you can comfortable sit while retaining focus.
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X lounge chair by Hvidt & Mølgaard for &Tradition
&Tradition has rereleased Hvidt & Mølgaard’s 1959 X lounge chair, named after the shape of its slender oak and walnut frame.
The chair’s design takes cues from old wooden tennis rackets and is suitable for indoor use across a range of settings.
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Panarea sideboard by Lebanto
The Panarea sideboard by Italian brand Lebanto presents an alternative to what it refers to as “the grandmother’s sideboard”, a combined bench and table that traditionally sits at the entrance of a house.
The piece combines seating, storage and tabletop space and is made from a range of materials and finishes including mirror, wood, brass, marble and upholstery.
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Inland sofa by Anderssen and Voll for &Tradition
The Inland sofa is the result of a collaboration between furniture brand &Tradition and Norwegian studio Anderssen & Voll, aimed at combining Scandinavian minimalism and Italian luxury.
The sofa comes in both two and three-seater options and features a deep seat for optimal comfort, with upholstery options including leather, linen and wool.
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Loto Recycled chair by Mara
Office furniture brand Mara’s Loto Recycled chair provides space-saving and sustainable seating for workplaces, restaurants and homes.
According to the company, Loto is both 100 per cent recycled and recyclable as well as being available in three colourways and three base options, two of which are stackable.
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Alima trolley by Note for &Tradition
Scandinavian design studio Note and &Tradition have created the versatile Alima trolley, which is useful for storage and display in homes and hospitality settings.
The trolley’s castors make it easily manoeuvrable and its two shelves and V-shape divot allow easy display and access to books and other items.
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