Hip highlights from High Point Furniture Market in sell stores now
March 11, 2016 - accent chair
HIGH POINT, N.C. — The hippest highlights of a Fall Furniture Market are now accessible from your engineer or internal home furnishings store. From steel tassels to mega flowers to neat and swiveling seats, it’s all character and adventurous pattern for a modern-minded.
Decca Home introduced a Signet Collection from Cosmopolitan by Dakota Jackson. Starting with an accent list made like a signet ring, a collection has a minimalist cultured with limit appeal. The credenza in white lacquer with curvilinear lines is so touchable. It’s tough to conflict using your fingers opposite a well-spoken surface.
The Elan Swivel chair by Tina Nicole for Nathan Anthony is lonesome in a digital printed fabric that has a spirit of a Warholian silkscreen.
Norwalk’s Jane chair finished in china leather is like something from a 1970s radio animation “The Jetsons.” It’s a stellar further to your private cosmos.
The Karen Hostess Table by Rivers Spencer for Tritter Feefer is simple, with a turn during a base, so if we dump your olive, we will see what creates this elementary turn list different.
Baker Furniture’s reinvented Milling Road collection by Kara Mann has a dark, subterraneous vibe voiced in a antique bronze and leather-strapped Sling Chair. Think 50 shades of fun.
Bruce Andrews, a tiny company, is dedicated to large chairs with good details. Even a fabric underneath a chair sports a BA defense motif. Roomier than a normal wing chair, it can accommodate football actor sized people with ease.
Molding piece steel into a draped and tasseled dress for a Billings Console shows a talent of Aidan Gray.
The look, that includes a timber tip embellished to demeanour like metal, is a kind of garden stylish that works in complicated and modernish environments, mixing strength with refinement.
Canada-based EQ3 is targeting civic Millennials and empty-nester relatives looking to shun their overstuffed spaces with elementary reversion looks recalling Eames, Herman Miller, Marimekko and more.
Putting in a right-sized bar for interesting can make a smallest space seem welcoming. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams introduced a Bowen Bar in gray-dyed ash and resisting tulipwood. It can also be used as a media cabinet.
Finally, Ambella Home’s Sol credenza is so late 1960s we can roughly hear a martinis being churned and Sinatra on a stereo.