These four brands’ new offerings are sure to uplift your home’s interior this spring.
Nimerology’s new collection makes a whimsical addition to any tablescape
Luxury homeware label Nimerology has blended its passion for art and food to create a dreamy new collection. Isabelle’s Garden Party is the brand’s newest line, and it launches this month. An ode to nature, the botanically inspired line features delicate florals, butterflies, cockatoos and other wildlife. In pale blues and white, with delicate details in yellows, greens and other pastels, the collection of plates, bowls and platters is a tribute to classic English chinaware, celebrating the beauty and strength of nature through flora and fauna designs.
For nights spent at home, cozy up with a Sorate drink in its new cups.
Matcha and tea brand Sorate was recently founded in NYC by entrepreneur Silvia Mella in order to provide people with the best of Western and Eastern medicinal practices blended with plant-based, green tea-focused Japanese medicine. In partnership with notable Dutch designer Maarten Baas, Sorate is debuting a limited-edition tea set only available in the U.S. The collection is named Inner Circle in reflection of sharing private moments with people, as well as the concept of imperfect, concentric circles as seen in Baas’ recurring artistic theme.
A select from the Studio Davka x BoND collab STUDIO DAVKA
Israeli-based pottery brand Studio Davka has teamed up with BoND, a New York-based architecture and interiors firm, to create handmade ceramics line The Mill Hill Set. Inspired by BoND’s recently finished arched house project in East Hampton, the 50-piece collection reflects Studio Davka’s simplistic designs while employing BoND’s use of cylinders and arches. This internationally sold line of plates, bowls, cups and platters are a soft beige with white lining and unique chattering markings, rippled effects on the surface of the clay. Brothers Nadav Rauchwerger of Studio Davka and Daniel Rauchwerger of BoND blended their aesthetics of minimalism and attention to detail to create this simple yet stylish collection.
Sawkille’s newly added small-goods section is filled with interesting finds.
Handcrafted furniture brand Sawkille Co. recently introduced a small-goods section on its website. Designed by artist Jonah Meyer and based in Rhinebeck, N.Y., the brand features skillfully created pieces made of sustainably forested material. The variety of furniture is created at its no-waste workshop and consists of lighting and mirrors, as well as tables, seating, beds and more, all focused on handcarved wood. The new section features round, rectangular and square cutting boards with unique bowl attachments, artful candlesticks, sculptures and hardware. Meyer has blended his art into the designs to create a one-of-a-kind handcrafted line.