This fall is the time to infuse the home with a dose of style, and these buzzy brands across New York offer the inspiration and sophisticated selects to do just that.
Justina Blakeney Phoenix Naturale wallpaper
The Hidden Gem co-owners
Inspired by their Antiguan roots, Tanya Willock and Temidra Willock-Morsch, the style setters and shopkeepers of Hidden Gem in Southampton, have welcomed a wave of vibrancy to the East End with eclectic selects for the home like custom rugs, hand-dyed tablecloths and a collection of joyful apparel. The Hamptons-born pair is drawn to colorful pieces like the pillow shown at below.
Gey Pillow in fuchsia
“It creates a bold statement, which is the essence of our decor style. The colors remind us of the vibrant colors found in the hibiscus flower, a main bloom found in Antigua and Barbuda,” they say of the pillow, which offers just a taste of the myriad treasures found in their shop. 47 Jobs Lane, Southampton
IF WALLS COULD TALK
Parete’s This Bud’s for You wallcovering in Black Night
Parete Walls’ designers and co-founders Daniela Guarin and Michael Freedman refuse to take themselves too seriously. “That’s how we are in real life: irreverent, fun and sometimes a little bit bawdy, and we’re proud of the fact that our brand is a reflection of who we are,” they say of the brand named after the Italian word for “wall.” They sought to create a wallcovering brand that was playful, chic and reflected their passion for art and pop culture. With design names such as Artschool Dropout and Another Ombre, Hombre, Parete’s latest collection, Disco Walls, brings serious bling to the homes of New York. 979 Third Ave.
A pillow inspired by landscape paintings from The Met x Ann Gish collection
Luxury linen and bedding brand Ann Gish recently teamed up with the Metropolitan Museum of Art in a truly artful collab. The Met x Ann Gish collection draws inspiration from 14 of the Met’s exhibits, from Egyptian art to European sculpture and numerous others. A Peruvian ear ornament from the Middle Ages is the inspiration for the exquisitely embroidered Winged Runner pillow, while a quadruple bell from the Met’s musical instruments department influenced the Calabar set. “You get to experience the magic of the Met in your own home,” says CEO Jane Gish. “[It’s] the most interesting, fun and exciting professional project I’ve ever been privileged to be a part of.” 200 Lexington Ave., Ste. 402
Stephanie Nass wearing a piece from her garment line
NYC culinary influencer, creative caterer and designer Stephanie Nass of Chefanie now offers made-to-order garments that makes the perfect pairing for any seasonal setting.
Chefanie and Stubbs & Wootton’s playful shoe collaboration
“It started with a selfish desire for clothes I wanted to wear,” says Nass. “A few years ago, I made a dress from excess tablecloth fabric. The response was flattering... as satisfying as selling tableware that people wanted for celebratory tables.” Her recent collab with Stubbs & Wootton embroiders Chefanie’s signature food motifs onto the label’s famous slippers. Made with linen and denim fabrics, these lavish loafers are perfect for food afficionados.
An adorable pup makes itself comfortable at the potter’s new digs.
Jonathan Adler has built one of the most iconic interiors brands in the industry, and he recently returned to his roots in Soho opening a new flagship called Atelier Adler between Spring and Broome streets. The move is just one more step in building upon his eponymous brand. “We’ve taken over a whole building, and we have my design office on the mezzanine, our corporate offices on the lower level and on the main level is a retail store and my pottery studio,” he says of the spectacular space. “It’s really an incredible new thing for us and great to be in New York City. I am thrilled to be part of what I hope is a huge rebirth of Soho. And the best news of all is that I can have lunch at Cipriani every day!” 382 West Broadway
Atelier Adler offers shoppers and designers alike a vast array of eclectic finds that are sure to spice up the home.