Lavish Products for Interior Spaces

Vela, a contemporary chandelier from WAC Lighting, holds 24 organic LEDs in its laser-cut brushed aluminum frame, projecting ambient light upward and illuminating the area underneath. Aircraft suspension cables let homeowners adjust its thin profile up to 36 inches. The light uses 65.6 watts, can be dimmed, and mounts directly to the junction box. WAC Lighting. 800.526.2588.

Otium, a new wall covering from Trove, is crafted from a collection of images that give life to broken or soon-to-be obsolete objects. From mangled umbrellas to animal skeletons to drained swimming pools, the images break away from the design firm’s focus on nature. The pattern is repeated on a 12-foot-tall, 6-foot-wide scale and is available on all of the company’s surfacing materials including a matte foil wallpaper, FSC-certified printed wood veneer, and a paper made from ground stone and natural resin. Trove. 212.268.2046.

Resist the urge to grab your scraper: Timeline Wood’s worn look is factory-made and its added colors (black, white, blue, orange, and red) are built into the design to highlight its rough spots. Unlike traditional reclaimed wood, however, builders don’t have to worry about nails or warping and can ensure a consistent on-site finish in large projects. The wood is FSC-certified, uses low-VOC coatings, and can help earn LEED points. Available in 11 hues, the wood features three edge options, two lengths, and five widths. Timeline Wood. 213.620.5730.

Rocky Mountain Hardware is showcasing the versatility of a bronze patina in its Mack Collection, a new line of door hardware and home accessories that uses geometric lines and shifting planes to play on shape and shadow in the most essential forms. The pieces come in a range of bronze finishes and with 90 percent recycled materials—the majority of which is post-consumer—the pulls can be used to earn LEED credits. Rocky Mountain Hardware. 888.788.2013.

Haiku is Big Ass Fans’ attempt to scale down its ventilation know-how for residential applications. The fan’s core is streamlined thanks to a cool-running motor and integrated driver with sensor-free electronic controls. Three aerodynamic airfoils are spun by a direct-current and permanent-magnetics operation that the company says is 80 percent more efficient than standard fans, using a max of 30 watts. The fan is available in moso bamboo or a glass-infused matrix composite, and its 10 settings can be controlled by remote. Big Ass Fans. 855.694.2458.

European Home added colored interiors and surrounds to its contemporary line of Vision gas fireplaces. Designed by U.K.–based Gavin Scott, the new combinations include a red concrete surround and a blue interior; a seamless stainless steel surround and a cobalt blue interior; a monochromatic white model with a limestone-white concrete surround; and a black enamel interior with a limestone-white surround. The fireplaces have an open front and are available with or without vents. European Home. 781.324.8383.

Benjamin Moore’s Molten Metallics adds the artisanal look of hand-hammered metal indoors and outdoors on trim, accent walls, ceilings, furniture, and decorative pieces. The alkyd high-gloss paint comes in gold, copper, bronze, gun smoke, silver, and charcoal colors and in quart or pint sizes. Two coats are enough to get the metallic look, the company says. Benjamin Moore. 866.708.9180.

Ceramic Coal, the latest addition to Amitco’s Spacia line of resilient flooring, uses charcoal tones and gray mottling to mimic the visual depth and dimension of stone. With a ceramic finish, urethane coating, and beveled edges, it can be used in residential and commercial applications alongside the company’s line of wood, stone, and abstract flooring options. The designs come in 12-inch-by-12-inch, 12-inch-by-18-inch, and 18-inch-by-18-inch sizes, and are 2.5 millimeters thick. Amitco International. 800.268.4260.

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