Clayhaus offers a big new collection of ceramic tile just in time for fall. Choose from 10 new shapes and 24 new matte finish glazes. Photo courtesy Clayhaus.

Showroom: New Tile Designs from Clayhaus

Fans of color, not to mention fans of midcentury design, will be thrilled to see the newest ceramic tile collection form Portland, Oregon–based Clayhaus Ceramics. In time for fall, they’re introducin...
After successfully introduing a new line of awnings, umbrellas and cabanas last year, Source Outdoor is expanding its offerings with Source Railings, a new collection of completely custom railings, fences and gates. Image courtesy Source Outdoor.

Showroom: A New Option for Railings

If you happen to have 22 artisans—craftsmen, welders, painters—at your disposable, what do you do? If you’re Source Outdoor, you maximize their talents. Last year, the company introduced a new line o...

Showroom: Doors of Discovery

When they double as pieces of sculpture as they do in new collections from the Italian firm Bertolotto Porte. For the new introductions, Casa Zen and Constellazioni, the company tapped Elio Garis, a ...
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SHOWROOM: Six Sensational Outdoor Showers

When the weather turns warm, we want to spend all of our time outdoors. What better way to make the most of every moment than by installing an outdoor shower. Want something chic yet handy for rinsin...

SHOWROOM: New Wallcoverings from Trove

French Baroque architecture. North American forests Gabriel García Márquez. Film. Paleolithic painting. For Trove’s newest collection of wallpapers, which debuted last month at ICFF, the company’s fo...

Showroom: Going Nuts for Vanities

Friday marks the opening of this year’s edition of NYCxDesign, the citywide celebration of design that includes ICFF, not to mention smaller showcases of cutting-edge design. In Brooklyn, there’s BKL...
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SHOWROOM: Yes, There Is Translucent Concrete!

As oxymorons go, “translucent concrete” might just take the cake. Of course concrete isn’t translucent—it’s strong, it’s heavy and it’s opaque. But hold on. It’s not as out there as it sounds. Meet L...