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Some of the best—and most fun—new products our editors are seeing the week of May 7

Written by Anna Logan

RH just teamed up with British designer Kelly Hoppen to release four different collections of pillows for the first time together. Earthy tones and mixed textures are the through lines of the launch, which will be available online starting May 11 with the larger launch of RH Interiors’ Spring 2018 collection. Hoppen drew inspiration from her East-meets-West aesthetic, mi in linens, leather, and suede to give it a luxurious upgrade.

Have you’ve ever seen a watercolor painting and wondered what it would look like dancing in the fiery blaze of a glass blower’s studio? If so, then look no further than BaleFire Glass. The studio is run by Robbie Frankel out of Portland, Oregon. The Epiphany Collection, shown here, can be purchased online or in stores, including the first brick and mortar shop of Brooklyn-based designer Rebecca Atwood.

Crochet isn’t just for your grandmother. Tabula Rasa, a lifestyle studio out of New York City led by Emily Diamandis, is reintroducing cozy textiles—think textural knits and ethereal crochet home decor—to a cooler generation. We love the Altani—which is part of the Tabula Rasa Indoor Lantern Collection. The hand-crocheted and hand-fringed lantern comes in two sizes, the largest measuring at a whopping six feet. The lanterns are crafted of Italian mohair and are handmade in the United States.

Urban Electric Co., a lighting company out of Charleston, South Carolina, has teamed up with fashion illustrator Robert Escalera to bring some of his vividly dynamic pieces to a shade near you. The lampshades are emblazoned with Escalera’s unique drawings of fashionable ladies. The collection was born out of a long friendship between UECo’s creative director Michael Amato and Escalera. The shades themselves come in five different patterns and are available online now.

Interlude Home stuns with their latest release. A modern, fashion-forward aesthetic drives the collection. Our favorite piece is the Maryl Dining Chair. Covered in faux leather, the chair is shown here in a whitewashed oak finish. The chair debuted at High Point Market this spring and is available now.

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