The Continuum armless chair spotlights intricate hand-carving on the curved back of the solid maple frame.
Doug Frates Glass
A variety of hand-blown glass pieces in funky shapes and iridescent glazes are combined to create a customizable accent table collection.
The Franklin side cabinet gives off a contemporary vibe with its silver leaf and smoke gray finish ($1,080).
Shades of pearl white and grass green come together on the Sandler top-of-bed ensemble, inspired by beaches of the tropics.
The Seaside pillow collection is made using washed, natural cotton canvas and filled with recycled plastic bottle fiber ($42 each).
A cheerful floral suzani pattern adorns a new pillow from the Acapulco Collection, made using 100% solution-dyed acrylic for indoor or outdoor use ($149).
A new fixture from the Trevett Collection features a three-light design with a polished chrome accents and a cut stone drum shade.
Emissary offers a new "twist" on the garden stool trend with a new line of simple, sculptural designs, available in five glaze colors ($208 each).
Feiss re-enters the mirror business with 51 new designs, including Discus, a weathered gray, dimensional designs ($262).
The Tesoro collections debut this season, three groups of hand knotted rugs in three different constructions, including 100% wool, wool and bamboo silk, and 100% bamboo silk ($133 per square foot).
The handle of this crackled antique white pitcher is made of pottery that has been crafted and glazed to look like a leather belt.
Oversized for a dramatic, contemporary feel, the Bellevue wing chair is covered in Belgian gray linen and natural burlap.
Iridescent plum and Starlight green vinyl cover the Winmark chair to a funky, retro effect ($499).
Wood and stainless steel rings are stacked together to create a collection of candleholders, available in three sizes ($199 to $149).
Candy corns are artfully arranged to create a new pillow design, appropriate for Halloween use or as a simple contemporary look.
New rug designs for the season include the Ikat pattern, made in Pakistan and using shades of gray, cream and rust.
Signature New Orleans style is on display on the Louis chandelier, featuring golden bronze bricked motif housing and crystal drop detailing ($649).
A dramatic geometric pattern changes color from yellow to blue, made more vivid by its placement against a solid black background, part of the Festival Collection ($430, 5x8).
Green Leaf Art
A framed whimsical piece of art is combined with a functional clock in the Fruit Chef Art clock ($50).
Mid-Century Modern Danish styling is on display with the Currant dining collection, made of bamboo with a Classic Caramelized finish.
The Pathos patio chair, designed by Auburn grad student Brent Dutton, incorporates salvaged teak antique wagon wheels ($999).
The Root coffee table has a faux bois pattern grooved into the white lacquer top to mimic the organic lines of a sawn tree trunk ($399).
H. Hal Kramer
Hand-embellished reproduction antique oil paintings are accentuated with hand-nailed, distressed solid wood frames ($195).
Rich gray tufted velvet covers the Ardor sofa, also available in purple and wine shades and part of the Priscilla Presley Vintage Eclectic Collection ($1,995).
Sleek curved legs accentuate the classic design elements inspiring the round top on the Crownpoint accent table, part of the American Treasures Collection.
The Springtime Collection showcases American-made ceramic lamps and accessories in leaf green and yellow glazes ($18 and up).
A gray botanical print is set against a bone-colored faux linen background on the De La Ville Collection ($299, queen set).
Mother is one of a new line of metal wall art, carved out of a whole tin sheet and oven-baked to create a metallic finish ($800).
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Solid rosewood forms the top, while iron is used to create the footed base on the Manhattan bench ($2,390).
Multicolor discs decorate the contemporary New Delhi rug, hand tufted of 100% New Zealand blend wool ($249, 5x8).
A walnut-toned finish is accented with tangerine-colored rings on this new accent table design.
The Swan Collection bedroom debuts, featuring American walnut solid and veneer construction and available in a variety of natural and micro-textured, lacquer finishes ($5,900).
Three Astor square baskets are handmade of natural banana leaves and wood by artisans in Indonesia ($380, set).
Intricate hand-carving and a patinated dark gold finish highlight a new traditional mirror design made of solid wood ($239).
The Jenson Aluminum Clad boxes are covered in real aluminum sheets and detailed with miniature nailheads to create an aviation inspired look ($95, pair).
The Import Collection
The small-scaled Roderick library console showcases an X-back design, distressed celadon finish and an angled shelf for displaying books ($184).
The Menton Buddha trio features three ceramic Buddha heads glazed in cloudy blue ($149, set).
A series of limited edition flower photographs are printed onto metallic paper and mounted with acid-free mats ($150 each).
Hampton Hill Home has debuted the Bansuri Collection, showcasing an exotic ikat-themed cotton ensemble in cool tones of blue. ($525, queen set).
Introductions in the Coastal Living Indoor-Outdoor Collection include a nautical stripe in soft blue and gray shades, made from durable polypropylene ($330, 5x8).
The handmade shadow box exudes coastal chic with natural sand dollars and subtly distressed frame.
The Deco-look Corbu chair combines contemporary styling with a burl-veneered mahogany frame and bamboo velvet upholstery ($1,350).
Hand-tufted in India, the new Hamilton rug floats multicolored floral medallions across wool pile with viscose accents ($549, 5x8).
Designed by Margaret Fisher, the Thoughtful Birds decorative centerpiece is finished in tarnished silver.
Part of the Voyager Collection, the Travel Trunk side table is crafted from oak with leather binding detail and opens up to reveal a vintage map-lined interior ($1,195).
Made in the United States, the Green Bay bedside table showcases contemporary design in cherry and maple wood and is available in three finishes ($850).
Made in India, the new Optic Collection of multi-texture shag rugs includes a modern, organic pattern called Ivory Grain ($399, 5x8).
Kalalou debuts a set of nine charming ceramic bud vases, expressed in lively brights with textured surface and gently distressed finish ($118).
Kalaty's hand-knotted Legacy rug is made from hand-spun wool using pure vegetable dyes to impart a soft, vintage appearance ($2,750, 6x9).
The new Bellingham Collection blends eco-friendly wool with soft vintage tones to create a handmade effect, such as the primitive Persian patterned Farragut ($599, 5x8).
A new range of baskets debuts, including oversize jumbo weave baskets in a variety of finishes.
A burnished copper ribbon meanders along the Clancy beveled rectangular mirror, adding visual interest to a simple, modern style.
Kimlor Innovative Home Fashions
Kimlor debuts the Purple Tie Dye Collection, a pigment print on cotton and polyester, which comes in comforter sets, sheet sets, valances and decorative pillows ($89, queen, comforter set).
A hand-glazed ceramic lamp offers an organic, textural design with raised droplets resembling rain on an acrylic base ($289).
Lazy Susan debuts a sophisticated, yet rough-hewn design with the Gold Hammered Pendant light, spotlighting stunning repousse texture complete with a removable wire cage ($250).
Felt petals give way to lush blooms in the Cora pillows, imbuing soft femininity and three-dimensional detail ($146 to $169).
The Declaration Arch Panel bed debuts this market, crafted in the United States of solid maple. It is available in full, queen, King and California king.
Linda Donohue Fine Art
Artist Linda Donohue debuts Calm with Red, a 40x30-inch original acrylic painting on canvas depicting a serene, abstract sea.
The Maltino rug debuts this season, a plush polyester shag rug available in natural (shown), dark gray, gray or white ($936 to $1,376).
Linon Home Décor
The upholstered Alcott stool is made from solid oak and showcases a multi-step antique finish and turned legs for elegant European-influenced styling.
Delicate blossoms traverse a contemporary design, enhanced with an of-the-moment watercolor effect to layer in depth and complexity.
The Crystal Ceiling lamp offers a modern waterfall effect with a chrome canopy and spiraling crystal cascade.
Traditional kilim designs are energized with edgy modern patterns in the Santana Collection, offering eight wool designs made in India and finished with fringed ends.