Buzzworthy Launches From The Citizenry, Commune’s Kufri Collab, and More

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Fresh out of High Point, the gorgeous fall collections keep coming. From handcrafted table linens to outdoor-friendly side tables wrapped in whimsical (and weather-resistant) silicone cord fringe, here are some highlights of the latest run of releases.

From left to right: Catalina Solid in clay, Malmo Check in redwood, Catalina Stripe in clay, Tahoe Ripple in Oxblood, and Shiga Brick in coral by Kufri Township.Laura Joliet

Handwoven textile studio Kufri tapped LA-based design firm Commune for an ultra-cool fabric collaboration called Utopia. Handcrafted by Indian artisans using centuries-old weaving techniques, the collection references a wide range of heritage processes, including an asymmetrical checkerboard pattern named Shaker Plaid and a wavy line print called Tahoe Ripples.

To the left: The Tikal Wood vase, the Arch candleholders and serving tray in Granadillo, the Odissi linen napkins in Olive and the Hidalgo ceramic cups at The Citizenry. Courtesy of Citizenship | To the right: Hidalgo ceramic mugs from the brand Courtesy of Citizenship

The Citizenry introduced its new table collection just in time for the holidays. Artisanally (and ethically) made assortment includes serving pieces, table linens and seasonal decorative accents, including handwoven ecru checkered and striped napkins and group-crafted ceramic mugs of four artisans in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Buzzworthy Launches From The Citizenry, Commune's Kufri Collab, and More

Ma Vie pillow (front) and Ardoise household linen with personalized embroidery by Maison Anne Carminati.Courtesy of Maison Anne Carminati

Maison Anne Carminati has launched a new romantic collection of pillows and linens called La Môme Piaf. Bursting with soft hues and sumptuous materials, each piece in the assortment pays homage to legendary French artist Edith Piaf, including a plum and black patterned print named Je Ne Regrette Rien and the graphic Ma Vie cushion.

To the left: The Eggo Plate, Pasta Bowl and Cereal Bowl in Saddle Satin from the Saturn Tableware Collection at BKLYN Clay Courtesy of BKLYN Clay | To the right: The Crater mug from Stöfler Courtesy of BKLYN Clay

Brooklyn-based ceramics studio BKLYN Clay has launched a trendy line of handmade tabletop pieces and decorative accents. The handcrafted assortment includes the sleek, stackable Saturn stoneware collection, as well as the artfully glazed Crater mug, which is sprayed in contrasting colors to create a shadowed outline effect.

To the left: The Minos table lamp and the Teddy headboard by Charles Zana Mobilier Francois Halard | To the right: The Island wall lamp and the Kos table lamp from the brand Francois Halard

Parisian architect and designer Charles Zana unveiled its very first furniture and lighting collection, Mobilier, in an ethereal exhibition titled Ithaque. The luxury assortment includes a range of dreamy minimalist designs, including a curved honey-coloured velvet-covered headboard named Teddy and a bronze table lamp with a woven wicker shade named Kos.

Buzzworthy Launches From The Citizenry, Commune's Kufri Collab, and More

The Butler side table in polished aluminum and the Octavia lounge chair in fiberglass by LaunYe Rin Mok

Los Angeles-based design firm Laun has launched a futuristic furniture collection called Dawn. The outdoor-appropriate selection includes four fashionable pieces inspired by surreal and biomorphic imagery found in Octavia Butler’s sci-fi novel of the same name, including an egg-style reclining chair and dining table. weatherproof accent draped with a silicone cord fringe.

Buzzworthy launches The Citizenry, Commune's collaboration with Kufri, and more

Pouf upholstered in Cashmere Velvet Ruby and cushions (from left to right) in Silk Velvet Linen Flange in Gold, Assegai in Bronze and Classic Linen in Clay by de Le Cuona. Courtesy of de Le Cuona

British textile label Le Cuona has launched the travel-inspired Overland collection. Bursting with earthy hues, subtle patterns and raw textures, the chic fabric series features 10 distinct designs carefully crafted from linen, wool and cashmere available in over 50 colourways, including a subtly striped linen that pays homage at the Tuli Block in Botswana. and the Rustic Stampede that mimics the look of animal tracks left in the sand.

To the left: Anita and Preeti, artisans based in Aaspura, Rajasthan, with the Manchaha rug they made for Jaipur Living. Courtesy of Jaipur Living | To the right: The Manchaha rug in LES-756 at Jaipur Living Courtesy of Jaipur Living

In an effort to reduce waste, Jaipur Living has launched a collection of sustainably produced flooring named Manchaha. The global rug company has challenged some of its artisans to create rugs made entirely from leftover materials, and the result is a kaleidoscopic assortment of truly unique hand-knotted pieces.

To the left: Lily of the Valley 8″ Octagonal Salad Plates, 10″ Lunch Plates and Reversible Gift Wrap in Green by Carolyne Roehm for The Enchanted Home. Courtesy of The Enchanted House | To the right: Lily of the Valley 8″ Octagonal Salad Plates, 10″ Luncheon Plates and Blue Reversible Gift Wrap by Carolyne Roehm. Courtesy of The Enchanted House

The Enchanted Home teams up with a lifestyle enthusiast carolina Röhm for a whimsical capsule collection. The whimsical assortment includes tableware, wrapping paper and tissue paper featuring a delightful lily of the valley design based on one of the artist and designer’s paintings.

Buzzworthy Launches From The Citizenry, Commune's Kufri Collab, and More

The Silicone Vinyl collection at PindlerCourtesy of Pindler

Pindler has launched a colorful collection of eco-friendly leather alternatives called Silicone Vinyl. Made from a fabric coated with silicone (an organic polymer), the buttery soft assortment offers leather-like stretch and is approved for indoor and outdoor use.

Photo of the homepage: The Utopia collection by Commune for Kufri | Laura Joliet

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