Echoing Pantone’s color of the year, Marsala 18-1438, a darker, deeper red wine shade made a prominent appearance at last week’s edition of Northmodern. Teamed with light pinks, emerald green and grey, the hue adorned everything from tables to textiles.
Produced in a unique three layer knitted wool material, known for it’s stretchability, the covers of Ferm Living’s quilted cushions come in eight shades including this deep Bordeaux color.
Inspired by traditional saddlery and metal work, Overgard & Dryman’s Wire chairs come in eight shades of leather including this rich Cognac hue.
The Limited textile line of bags and pillows by Herman Copenhagen is made using residual fabrics sourced from Danish textile giants Kvadrat. Combined with full grain leather, each piece in the line is a limited edition.
Assembled using just six screws, Novel Cabinet Makers’ wood and metal Arch tables come with circular oak veneer top in four choices of stain including a deep red shade, which is available with matching powder-coated steel legs.
The cradle-to-cradle Re-vive rugs by Dutch design studio rENs for Desso Home are made by overdyeing old carpets with red dye to create new gradient designs.