-- Interior Design, 6/17/2009 12:00:00 AM
Bart Halpern Coral
Marine and aquatic life inspire the shapes and colors of these new lasercut drapery textiles. Adding three-dimensionality to windows and walls, the fabrics can also be hung as room dividers. The designs include Coral, Sea Urchin, Sand Dollar, and Kelp, and are constructed of high-tech, flame-retardant microfiber-polyester taffeta. At 120 inches wide, these cascading textiles come in 11 colorways.
Interweave sports a classic fretwork motif that's formed from a heavy warp yarn and a chenille weft, with the colors reversing on the other side. Eight colorways are available for this 51-inch-wide fabric.
Cowtan & Tout Saturn
Saturn by Manuel Canovas is a large-scale ornamental wall covering defined by raised velvet scrolls. The viscose-cotton product comes in a 58-inch width and four colorways.
Baker Furniture Etagere 7895
Resembling stacked frames, Étagère 7895 is constructed of mahogany panels that are mitered and doweled together to create an open geometric design. It stands 81 inches high and is 36 inches wide.
McGuire Furniture Cracked Ice
McGuire brings back its 1960's Cracked Ice chair, which features a back design befitting its name. Formed from tubular aluminum, it comes in cayenne, bronze, seashell, or white finishes.
The sleek Key West Lounger features a polished stainless steel frame with a resin weave back that can be used with or without a cushion. Measuring 27 inches wide by 76 inches deep, it comes with two wheels at the back to facilitate moving and repositioning.