8 Finds in This Year’s Must-Have Hue

8 Finds in This Year’s Must-Have Hue

For décor that looks fresh and is always in season, pull from the palette of the Maine woods.

verdant fabrics and wallpaper
Photographed by Danielle Sykes

1. Spruce up any space with verdant wallpaper or fabric by a local maker (clockwise): Whale Weathervane wallpaper, $390 (2 rolls). sarafitz.com; Tachee Blue Cohosh cotton-poplin fabric, $20/yard. spoonflower.com; Maze cotton-linen fabric, $140/yard. kelshaley.com; Rain wallpaper, $145 (1 roll). erinflett.com

Sea Bags lounge chair

2. Elevate firepit season with a South Portland-made lounge chair composed of recycled sailcloth on a cherry frame. $495. seabags.com

Jennifer Judd-McGee’s Geometric Forest wooden tray
Photographed by Danielle Sykes

3. Northeast Harbor artist Jennifer Judd-McGee’s Geometric Forest wooden tray matches a mid-century-inspired motif with conifer shades. $55. swallowfieldshop.com

Larkspur basket
Photographed by Danielle Sykes

4. When she’s not working on her family’s Bowdoinham organic farm, Gallit Cavendish sews artful cotton-rope baskets like the Larkspur, ideal for corralling hats and mittens. $160. lovelinebaskets.com

Casco Bay Breeze soap by Healing Harbors
Photographed by Danielle Sykes

5. Brunswick veteran-turned-nursing assistant Stacy Moore’s CBD-infused products include invigorating Casco Bay Breeze soap made with local kelp. $11.95. healingharbors.com

Lili’s Stellina cement tile

6. A quilter’s Star Flower looks contemporary in crisp white and green on Lili’s Stellina cement tile. $26/square foot. oldporttile.com

Gold + Bob Williams’s Coco sofa

7. Clean lines and a pervasive-in-nature shade make Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’s Coco sofa a natural pick for your living room. $4,500. hurlbuttdesigns.com

velvet pillow from Evangeline Linens

8. We’ve got a soft spot for this Portland-designed velvet pillow. $165 with code DE25. evangelinelinens.com