A Round Up of What’s Hot in New England Showrooms

Text by Erika Ayn Finch

1. Eco-Chic
The sustainably printed Hourglass tablecloth is designed by New England native Linda Cabot. Cabot’s textiles are developed using digitally rendered brush strokes from her own paintings. | Linda Cabot Design, Boston Design Center, lindacabotdesign.com
2. Climbing the Walls
Made in the U.K., the Savuti wallcovering comes from Cole & Son for Lee Jofa. The colorway seen here is Dark Petrol Multi. | Lee Jofa, Boston Design Center, leejofa.com
3. Mix it Up
Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana has combined forces with Smeg for a new line of small appliances called Sicily is my Love. The mixer has ten variable speeds and a five-quart high-polished stainless-steel bowl. | Boston Appliance Company, Woburn, Mass., bostonappliance.net
4. Ottoman Empire
The Dinah ottoman by Jessica Charles is handmade in North Carolina. It’s available in two new patterns, Brushstroke Spring (blue and green) and Bazaar Festival (orange paisley). | Cabot House, various New England locations, cabothouse.com
5. Sunday Funday
Summer was made for lounging on the Amalfi daybed featuring a stainless-steel frame and customizable cushions. | JANUS et Cie, Boston Design Center, janusetcie.com
6. Fantasy Forest
Tracy Glover Studio’s Enchanted Forest objects are a collection of conceptual, handblown-glass tree formations that can be customized according to color, texture, and metal finishing. | Tracy Glover Studio, Pawtucket, R.I., tracygloverstudio.com


1. Go for the Gold
The Wandermere chandelier by influential American designer Jeffrey Alan Marks for Progress Lighting features eight lights with brushed brass and curved metal shades. | Frank Webb Home, various New England locations, frankwebb.com
2. Lay Low
The Naïve Low Chair by Emko, a Lithuanian design group, features a large leather strap that holds the backrest to the body. It’s available in several frame finishes and fabrics. | Room 68, Provincetown, Mass., room68online.com
3. Urban Jungle
The Domani Bilbao planter was inspired by the origami-like architecture of Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim Museum and the Basque Health Department headquarters building, both in Bilbao, Spain. | Winston Flowers, various Boston-area locations, ­winstonflowers.com
4. Case Closed
Ted Boerner’s Reverie steel frame case takes its design cues from the glazed windows of old warehouses, and doubles as elegant storage and as a stylish console that can be pressed in to bar service for entertaining. | THEO, Boston Design Center, theodecor.com
5. The Royal Treatment
Crafted by European artisans, Aristot’s bassinets can be mixed and matched thanks to interchangeable pieces in a variety of fabrics and finishes. (And it converts into a table, chair, or stool once your child grows out of it.) | CouCou, Boston and Wellesley, Mass., coucou-boston.com
6. American Graffiti
The Tableau rug (shown here in Pewter) is a collaboration between renowned designer Kelly Wearstler and The Rug Company. The abstract design is a modern take on street art. | The Rug Company, Boston, therugcompany.com

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