Marika Meyer Textiles x Wovn Home
Marika Meyer’s timeless interiors are complemented by the uplifting textiles she designs in her Bethesda, Maryland, studio—her new patterns for Wovn Home window treatments inlcuded. The whimsical Petunia and Hollyhock are brightening Euro, pinch pleat drapes, and soft and flat Roman shades. Petunia, a melange of stripes and curves, calls to mind eyelets in a tranquil blue and white colorway or more daring purple, red, and teal combination. Hollyhock—available in shades of chalk, rose, and Oxford blue—blends botanical and geometric motifs printed on natural oatmeal linen for an elegant treillage effect.
Grant Trick x Fortuny
Last month, Fortuny’s New York showroom at the D&D Building was vivified by the presence of furniture from Hickory, North Carolina–based maker and upholsterer Grant Trick. Fortuny’s first such partner, Trick aptly wrapped his timeless and structured designs in the brand’s luxe fabrics, forging a collection that showcases the 101-year-old Venetian textile house’s reverence for craftsmanship and his desire to build upon that rich legacy. Paying careful attention to scale, Trick matched the furniture with just the right upholstery, precisely cutting and placing large and complex pattern repeats. His Clairmont dining chair, for example, acquires a glamorous sheen in Fortuny’s ink and vintage white Delphi stripes, while the Hex ottoman is invigorated by the olive-hued undulating Apollo.
Wayne Pate x Studio Four NYC
Brooklyn artist Wayne Pate, currently on sojourn in New Zealand, is guided by wanderlust, and Studio Four NYC owner Stacy Waggoner is a fan of his nomadic proclivities. Following last year’s Paris Elemental collection celebrating Pate’s sabbatical in France, Studio Four NYC has released Pompeii—its most expansive offering to date—encompassing six fabrics and seven wall coverings that nod to Pate’s travels throughout southern Italy. A mix of handmade woven paper, grasscloth, and Belgian and Irish linens is emblazoned with the likes of ancient amphorae floating across a backdrop of diamonds, puzzle-reminiscent frescoes, and subtly rippled stripes that recall Gio Ponti.