Get the Artisanal Look With This New Collection from L’Objet

vases sitting on wooden stools and pedestals
L’Objet Unveils Its Newest CollectionCourtesy of L'Objet

L’Objet is no stranger to collaboration. Some of the Portuguese homeware brand’s big-ticket partnerships include collections with artist-brother duo the Haas Brothers and the ELLE DECOR A-List designer Kelly Behun. This year, though, the accessories mainstay is looking within and pulling inspiration from its own artisans and craftspeople, rather than partnering with outsiders. The result is L’Atelier, a collection that celebrates the techniques and know-how that have always powered L’Objet’s stylish offerings.

L’Atelier is divided into eight distinct lines, each themed around a material. One of the immediate standouts is Neptune, a series of white bowls shaped like rippled conch shells and lined with 24-karat-gold accents—it’s an homage to porcelain and the many ways in which artisans can sculpt it. Alhambra, by comparison, is a set of no-frills smoked-ash bowls.

a set of wooden bowls
The Alhambra series, made of smoked-ash wood.Courtesy of L'Objet

Another porcelain moment can be found in Tokasu, which takes inspiration from Japanese indigo dyeing techniques. The line of vessels and bowls are cast in black and white and feature a drippy motif that resembles fresh paint falling down a blank canvas. Meanwhile, one of the most wide-ranging sets in L’Atelier, Damier, includes graphic checkerboard vases as well as placemats, cutting boards, and Peruvian highland wool throws.

a table set with colorful linens
The Waves + Landscape table linen pairs with Alhambra bowls and a Tokasu vase.Courtesy of L'Objet

For the table, L’Atelier also includes Waves + Landscape, a series of linens with playful patterns, and Ionic and Picanto—both salt and pepper shakers. Lastly, for game night, there’s L’Objet’s take on a backgammon set, which here is entirely handmade, including graphic emerald, ivory wood, and oak accents.

a set of graphic black and white plates
A closer look at plates from the Damier series.Courtesy of L'Objet

Naturally, the collection is being unveiled this week in Paris as part of the annual Maison & Objet fair. Those looking to get the L’Objet look stateside can scope out the brand’s new store on Manhattan’s Upper East Side—or just add to cart via its website. Happy shopping!

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