The Trippy Textile Collab Our Deputy Commerce Editor Would Buy Yards and Yards Of

Artist Nick Cave and Knoll in cahoots.

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Loud Walls: Nick Cave x Knoll

I’ll never forget being swept up in artist Nick Cave’s Heard NY performance at Grand Central in 2013. A group of Ailey School dancers, donning horse-shaped Soundsuits (the pieces Cave is best known for), performed “crossings” twice a day throughout the terminal. I can almost hear the swooshes and slaps while looking at the artist’s brand-new upholstery, wallpaper, and drapery collaboration with Knoll, which was inspired by his sculptures and installations. Ten tactile and textural patterns—like the intricately layered Guise, bead-embossed Big Floral, and faux shearling Puff—populate the collection. And if you’re in New York, don’t miss Cave’s current show at the Guggenheim Museum, on view through April 10. —Samantha Weiss-Hills, deputy commerce editor

Button Drapery Fabric


Big Floral Wallcovering


6 More Friday Faves

You Can Buy Vignelli Hellerware Rainbow Stacking Dinnerware at the MoMA Design Store

There’s no better time than winter to bring a bit of optimism into your space, and rainbow-colored dinnerware is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Originally released by Hellerware in 1971, this blast from the past has never been so easy to take home. It’s giving “adults ordering from the kids menu” vibes in the best way—a little reminder to not take things too seriously. Oh, and did we mention that a six-piece set is only $60?

Vignelli Hellerware Rainbow Stacking Salad Plates

MoMA Design Store

Vignelli Hellerware Rainbow Stacking Mugs

MoMA Design Store

Svenskt Tenn Launched a Collection With Mimi Blomqvist

For its first collection of the year, Domino’s favorite Swedish heritage brand, Svenskt Tenn, collaborated with artist and designer Mimi Blomqvist on a concise nature-inspired collection: Sirkka. Each piece is modeled on the shape of a mushroom, like a curved glass bowl, a jewelry-like pendant lamp, and a sculptural ash-wood stool. We think 2023 is off to a very good start. 

Pendant Lamp Sirkka

Svenskt Tenn

Bowl Sirkka

Svenskt Tenn

You Can Buy a Wall Calendar to Benefit Planned Parenthood

We just found wall decor that will help you stay organized and support an amazing cause. Meet Ariella Starkman & Jen Brill of HommeGirls’ “No Trespassing” 2023 calendar, featuring works by legendary women artists such as Jenny Holzer, Louise Bourgeois, Ana Mendieta, Faith Ringgold, and more, along with a foreword by model Paloma Elsesser. One hundred percent of the proceeds go to Planned Parenthood and its abortion services, so what are you waiting for?

No Trespassing 2023 Calendar

Homme Girls

Edie Parker Released Ice Bowls, and They’re Not What You Think

You may have come across Edie Parker’s fruit-shaped pipes, but things just got cooler—literally. The Ice Bowl pipes are available in two sizes, starting at $85. But because they’re basically functional sculptures, we’re considering the price to be a great deal for art.

Ice Pipe

Edie Parker

Ice Pipe

Edie Parker

Sin Is Having a Seconds Sale

As hard-core fans of Virginia Sin and her ceramic creations, we’re jumping on her online sample sale, live from January 23 to 27. Her second-quality pieces will be up to 50% off, and we’re crossing our fingers that the organic bookends are included. 

Bacchus Bookends


Broc Cellars Just Dropped a Juicy California Sparkling Wine in a Can

Bubbly, low in alcohol, and artful packaging—all good things and all characteristics of Broc Cellar’s newest wine, Aqua Vino. Made with Valdiguié grapes and water from the Sierra snowmelt in the Mokelumne River watershed, it’s like if a spritzer and really good fruit punch had a baby. Pour it into one of the brand’s cute glasses and kick your feet up.

Aqua Vino Can