The Frankie Malibu pendant from Ro-Sham-Beaux boasts breezy casual charm in spades. A jute-wrapped frame and tassel detail play down brilliant turquoise beads in stunning style.
From Russia With Love
Russian-born designer Marina Makaron puts a new spin on traditional Russian imagery and folkloric motifs with a vividly hued collection of pillows. Printed on silk, sumptuous patterns blend vintage inspirations with a playful contemporary attitude.
Palm Beach Punch
Jill Fenichell begins 2012 with an emphasis on fine porcelain with the introduction of Lilias, a boldly embellished floral charger. Made in the USA, Lilias renders Western American lilies with southern Florida style in a vibrant pop artinspired palette. The charger retails for $200.
Designed by Nathan Turner for Elite Leather, the striking Candemir bench gives a nod to Moroccan architecture with its stylized shape. Nailhead trim punctuates the form of exotic archways juxtaposed against a lean, elegant silhouette.
Keen on Green
Pure Inspired Design, an eco-friendly collection of rugs, accents and furniture, has debuted the Pure Kicks Collection of made-in-the-USA, organic fabrics. A modern palette of mustard, turquoise, indigo, apple and gray complements bold, fun patterns. All fabrics are grown, woven and printed in the United States with non-toxic, water-based pigments and dyes.
Madison, a new introduction in Aico's recently launched bedding collection, playfully layers whimsical birdcages and swirling florals atop crisp cotton. The set includes down-filled decorative pillows with removable covers and custom detailed Euro shams ($499, queen).
George's Moroccan Ticking Stripe dog bed ensures that pets dream in style, reinventing classic ticking stripe in a spicy hot African palette. Both the zippered cover and mattress are machine washable, retailing from $120 to $240.
Industrial designer Josh Owen has partnered with Kontextur, a New Yorkbased design company, to turn a tissue dispenser into an objet d'art. Made from durable and recyclable silicone, the minimalist design references a factory silhouette with a smokestack-like opening for the tissues ($32).