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Sister Parish Design x Kneeland & Co.

Joanna Williams, founder of Kneeland Co. Rarities, stocks the L.A. shop adjoining her textile studio with worldly objects, including Bulgarian pottery, Indian block-printed linens, and Mexican palm leaf wall hangings. But customers may be most familiar with one maker in particular: Sister Parish Design. Serving as the Southern California showroom for the legendary brand, Kneeland Co. Rarities promotes new fabric and wallpaper offerings like the digitally printed Sintra design, which is now available in a cheerful new pink-raspberry colorway, exclusive to the shop.

Sarah Sherman Samuel surrounded by a selection of her new furniture debuts for Lulu & Georgia.

Photography courtesy Lulu & Georgia

Sarah Sherman Samuel x Lulu and Georgia

Like many sofa-bound designers amid the pandemic lockdowns, Sarah Sherman Samuel found other ways to fulfill her wanderlust. Most notably, she funneled her adoration for sceneries spanning European architecture to Mother Nature into a 65-piece collection (including furniture, rugs, pillows, and wallpaper) with Lulu and Georgia. Pieces play off of trending motifs, namely wavy decor and all things checkered, as seen in the Rise daybed and Checkerboard rug. Other standouts include the imposing, plaster-esque tables such as the Doric dining table or the Clouded coffee table.

Bell pendant by Post Company.

Photography courtesy Roll & Hill

Bell sconce by Post Company.

Photography courtesy Roll & Hill

Post Company x Roll & Hill

Bell jar lanterns, the refined staples of 18th-century Georgian manors, were the impetus behind Post Company’s Bell collection for Roll & Hill. Like the maple, black walnut, and white oak furniture that Roll & Hill manufactured for Post Company last year, the lighting range was dreamed up while the Brooklyn- and Jackson, Wyoming-based design firm was working on Inness, hospitality guru Taavo Somer’s Hudson Valley hotel, restaurant, and members’ club. Available in unlacquered and blackened brass, the fixtures come in wall sconce, and single and double pendants, as well as wall sconce and flush mount iterations.

Lisa Hilland and the Lumi pouf.

Photography courtesy Nordiska Kompaniet


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