HEART OF THE HOME: New showrooms and collections provide plenty of options for elevating your beloved surroundings.
Cozy up with plush bedding from Parachute at its new showroom at Scottsdale Quarter. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND
Spruce up your space at Scottsdale Quarter (scottsdalequarter.com) where the shopping destination has welcomed three new interior-driven concepts. First, Couture Customs Patio, better known as CC Patio (ccpatio.com), provides a hands-on design experience, including a complimentary on-site consultation and a 3D rendering to envision your space featuring its high-end outdoor furnishings. Meanwhile, Parachute (parachutehome.com) believes that when we take care of our home, it takes care of us. Founded by Ariel Kaye in 2014, Parachute offers luxury bedding, robes, rugs, home decor and more. Finally, Ana and Brian Wells’ Phoenix-based brand urbAna (urbanashop.com) is a treasure trove of beautifully curated gifts, from antique candlesticks to elegant coupette glasses to crystal decanters. Shop to it!
Matte ceramic tile in Bluet. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND
Phoenix-based interior designer Julia Buckingham of Julia Buckingham Interiors (buckinghamid.com) is known for her colorful aesthetic. Now, she’s painting the town with a vibrant new tile collaboration with Country Floors (countryfloors.com). Inspired by Arizona’s rich colors, the Desert Wild Flowers collection features matte ceramic tiles in five elegant colorways, from the verdant Paint Brush and rosy Kiss Me Quick to the burnt Flame Flower and ethereal Mist Flower. Whether utilized as a backsplash in a kitchen or to tile a bathroom, Buckingham’s true colors shine through.
Arhaus Canyon Collection outdoor lounge chair. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND
Elevate your outdoor furnishings with luxe pieces from Arhaus’ (arhaus.com) latest collections at its Kierland Commons (kierlandcommons.com) showroom. When you’re not cooling down in the pool, soak up the sun by lounging on pieces from the new Canyon Collection. Wide slats, low profiles and antimicrobial cushions outfitted in Sunbrella performance fabric team sleek style with functionality while sustainably harvested solid teak wood ensures your furnishings stand up to the desert climate.
Sink in to one of Dedon’s new lounge chairs from its Dala collection. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND
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Founded in 1990, Dedon (dedon.de) pioneered woven outdoor furniture and has married manufacturing and artistry ever since. With its use of handwoven Dedon fiber, the brand seeks to bring the same care one would give an indoor living room to the great outdoors. Available through Scottsdale’s Inside/Out Showrooms (insideoutshowrooms.com), its new Kida and Dala collections by designer Stephen Burks feature pieces like a gorgeous hanging lounger in three striped colorways plus circular lounge chairs in brand-new hues—Rioja, Cuba, Bahamas, Ubud and Ibiza—a club chair and sumptuous new seat cushions. Sitting pretty, indeed.
Neighbor Haven outdoor chair in charcoal. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND
After initially meeting as co-workers at home goods retailer Tuft & Needle, Nick Arambula, Chris Lee and Mike Fretto put their heads together to create Neighbor (hineighbor.com). “We’re an outdoor furniture company focused on [providing] design and functionality that is typically reserved for indoor furniture pieces,” says Arambula. Based in Phoenix, Neighbor furniture is the perfect investment for the Arizona heat. The key to the company’s furniture is teak, a wood known for its water resistance. Lee says it best: “We made the conscious decision to use FSC-certified teak because it was important that if we were using precious resources from the earth, we were doing it responsibly and in a way that they would be replenished over time.”
A peek at Bassett McNab’s new Signature fabric collection. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND
Established in 1894 in Philadelphia, Bassett McNab (bassettmcnab.com) became a major player in the 20th century American design scene with its traditional and timeless fabrics, from classic toiles to chinoiserie to florals. Fittingly acquired by fellow Philadelphia brand Stout textiles (whose founder, Charles Stout, was a partner in the 1908 firm of Bassett McNab & Co.) in 2019, the brand has returned to life under the leadership of creative director and renowned textile artist Anne Hahn-Waddell. With its second collection in 20 years, the new Signature fabric collection is in full bloom with gorgeous florals, tropical-inspired motifs and classic houndstooth. “The colors of Signature are those of the morning sky, clear and crisp, growing in the morning sun with a soft brightness,” says Hahn-Waddell. Shop the line now at Scottsdale’s Brandt’s Interiors (brandtsinteriors.com) and Repps (repps.info)