The NY NOW market is a great place to get a look at new home goods available online or at local boutiques. We got access to this year’s recent show at the Javits Center in Manhattan — open only to store buyers, interior designers and the media — and compiled a list of our favorite finds from the makers and companies displaying their wares.
Leather aprons from Dutchdeluxes
Netherlands-based company Dutchdeluxes makes modern home accessories, including fashionable and functional leather, denim and canvas aprons. Their leather aprons ($260-$300) and oven mitts ($245-$270) are available locally at Monc 13, 40 Madison St., Sag Harbor. Visit dutchdeluxes.com for more information.
Hamptons Quilt from Haptic Lab
Show off your Long Island pride with a modern quilt from Haptic Lab, a Brooklyn design studio founded by architect Emily Fischer in 2009. Aside from quilts and throws stitched with city maps, they also make a Hamptons Quilt ($289) that includes an image of the North and South forks. Available at hapticlab.com.
The machine-washable rugs from Lorena Canals are made of 100 percent cotton, with eco-friendly dyes, and can be cleaned in a regular-sized washing machine. Products include Moroccan- and plant-inspired designs, in patterns that will appeal to kids. Prices start at $109 at lorenacanals.us.
Custom pet drawings and illustrated ceramics
Illustrator Kaaren Anderson, based in Honeoye Falls in upstate New York, prints her quirky, colorful animal drawings on plates, platters and mugs. She also does custom pet drawings. Prices range from $22 for salad and dessert plates to $52 for platters, at solveigstudio.com.
Hanging drying rack
New Zealand-based George & Willy have created a hanging drying rack, which is perfect for small spaces and also takes advantage the fact that hot air rises. Available for $268 at georgeandwilly.com.
Place mats and table runners
Chilewich, the creator of durable, easily cleanable, knit vinyl table linens and floor mats, has new designs and colors available, including ombre place mats ($15) and table runners ($55). Available at chilewich.com.
Sense Lamp from The Bright Angle
The Bright Angle, based in Asheville, North Carolina, creates delicate, handmade ceramics in small batches. One of the company’s newest products is the Sense Lamp, which responds to touch without the need for metal on the scalloped porcelain shell. Available for $250 at thebrightangle.com.
Decor collection in Pantone colors from e3light Group
Danish company e3light Group recently teamed up with the influential color brand Pantone on a new lighting collection. Called Coll.One, the collection includes table ($90) and floor lamps ($225) as well as pendants ($60-$160) and ceiling lamps ($120-$150) available in a range of Pantone colors, materials and textures. The products will be available on Oct. 1 at lightcolourlive.com.
Revati pendant light from Iacoli & McAllister
The lighting from Seattle-based Iacoli & McAllister is inspired by designer Jamie Iacoli’s studies of eastern and western philosophy, literature, art and travel. The new Revati pendant is inspired by a star on the edge of the Pisces zodiac constellation. Prices start at $1,700 at iacolimcallister.com.
Porcelain tableware from hope + mary
Hope Bailey of Tennessee-based hope + mary creates porcelain tableware (starting at $33 for tiny bowls; her popular whiskey cups are $40) and lighting with whimsical hand-drawn illustrations of woodland creatures. Available at hopeandmary.com.