Brighten up your living room with the best new fall home decor collections
Are you looking for decorating ideas for the home? Well, luckily for you, the new interior design launches for October will provide a lot. Maximumists will fall in love with Cabana’s new collaboration with famous fabric house Schumacher, for which founder Martina Mondadori Sartogo lends her daring aesthetic to everything from wallpapers to table linens. Meanwhile, the most minimalist will love Arjé Home, a new line of furniture and found objects by husband and wife duo Bessie and Oliver Corral. And sometimes it’s the little things: the new suede notebooks from the Assouline publishing house are the perfect gift for the journalist in your life.
Below is a look at our favorite fall design and decor launches.
Zara Home Fall / Winter 2021 Collection
Zara called on Chloë Sevigny to star in a short film shot in José Marques da Silva’s famous art deco house, the Casa de Serralves, all in the name of the announcement of their fall 2021 home collection, which embraces soft textiles and a color palette of earth tones. We are particularly fans of their ceramics.
The husband-wife duo Bessie and Oliver Corral, the couple behind the Arjé label, known for its sheepskin coats, have launched a new expansive home collectionn which includes handcrafted sofas, coffee tables supported by walnut silhouettes and, for their plush main dish: a (you guessed it) sheepskin chair with a matching ottoman. In addition to the pieces they personally designed, the couple also curated a collection of found objects and textiles, from Cultivate bedding to ceramic candelabra from upstate ceramist Jin Lee.
Everything corresponds to a certain Arjé aesthetic: a warm and cozy minimalism that focuses on captivating geometric shapes rather than colorful prints.
Kelly Wearstler x Rotganzen
“It’s definitely a start to the party and a work of art, ”said Kelly Wearstler of her disco ball collaboration with Rotganzen, which features five melted, almost melancholy mirrored pieces inspired by the city of Los Angeles. It is a true collector’s item: the Quelle Fête series from the Dutch collective has won over design enthusiasts since its launch in 2011 (hence its price).
The decorative art are all part of a limited series available on the Wearstler website.
Effortlessly chic publishing house Assouline wants to go beyond your coffee table with its new line of suede notebooks. Available in yellow, red, navy, brown, purple and leopard prints, each is stamped with a suggestive slogan such as’ scandals, ‘temptations’ or’ wild thoughts’. Give it to your writer friend, or maybe someone who likes to be a little nervous in the office.
The Feast: A Dinner Collection by DM / BX
Last month, Design Miami, the world’s largest collector’s furniture show, launched its own DM / BX e-commerce site with a number of renowned designers such as Harry Nuriev’s Crosby Studios and Katie Stout. Now, they’ve got famous interior designer Kristen McGinnis to prepare a selection of dishes, just in time for the holidays.
“The Feast: A Dinner Party Collection” includes gold beaded napkin bracelets from Ylande Milan Batteau, bronze candlesticks by Farrel Hundley, tableware from Jeremy Anderson (his first foray into the business), and tablecloths , towels and glassware. Perfect for those who want to embrace the cutting edge Thanksgiving table.
Cabana x Schumacher Collection
Cabana, the cult design magazine coveted by interior enthusiasts, is collaborating with the fabric house Schumacher for a new collection of fabrics and coverings. Everything from tablecloths and wallpapers to Christmas cookies can be decorated in Cabana’s bold, colorful, and mongiardino-esque aesthetic. You can shop the collection here.