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Natural Wonder

Designer Michael Aram seeks inspiration from nature for his multitude of artful offerings. 

Bilotta kitchens are wonderful—I’ve worked with them in the past for our New York City kitchen design.”


“The two new collections that we’re launching are the Orchid tile and the Lily tile collections. The Lily tiles are sand-cast brass inlayed into stone and the Orchid is carved three-dimensional stone.” Gloss ceramic tiles, $38-$61 per square foot, by Michael Aram at

“[I love] Aldo Tura for his whimsy.” Gray goatskin bar cart, $4,000, at 

“One of my favorite home designers is Line Vautrin for her mirrors and boxes.” Grecque wall mirror, $28,000, at 


“I’m inspired by things from my past and from every day,” says designer Michael Aram, who unveiled an impressive array of collections ranging from his collaboration with Artistic Tile to his eponymous jewelry, tabletop and debut textile collections. “I spent a lot of time outdoors, gardening and simply being out in nature,” he says of his organic orchid and lily motifs. “Since my early days as an artist, my work has always been about life, regeneration, the elements, the contrast of light and dark, and the idea of creation.” Here, Aram shares the seeds that spark his interest this season.