First Look

Stand-Out Materials

We’ve always been driven by profound curiosity and love for creative experimentation. Unearthing new trends means creating pieces that have a story to tell — pieces that provide a focal-point, pull a room together, and spark a conversation.
This spring, we’re loving the way a little texture creates a big look. Fearlessly mixing materials from faded kilims to weathered concrete, wire and distressed wood creates a found feel, in which each object offers a unique history — perhaps an adventure. 


Irondale Kilim Coffee Table

Traditional kilim rugs are re-purposed to top a functional coffee table, ottoman, or bench. Tribal elements in muted blues, taupes, and beiges provide a striking accent without overpowering.


Grass Roots Antique Counter Stools

Inspired by an old farmhouse milking stool, turned legs and stretchers pair with woven rattan for a classic, natural feel. Wood is wire brushed, then finished in a warm wheat or deep ebony.


Volstead Rafferty Table Lamp

The hurricane lamp is reborn in a mix of modern materials. Concrete, frosted glass, and a round brass knob are simplicity itself. An elegant white-cloth cord completes this thoughtful design.


Irondale Carrington Cabinet

A stately cabinet mixes metal mesh doors in a natural, iron tone with gray wood, painted and polished to a soft shine. Modern storage with an old-world, farmhouse touch

These stand-outs offer an eclectic, organic, even bohemian energy to decor. Thoroughly modern without being cold, each plays with classic notions to bring a warm, youthful spirit into a space.
The pull of traditional forms + the push of modern materials = the paradox of great design. Explore more at our High Point showroom, April 18 - 23.


Go to the Show
Four Hands High Point
Showplace Suite #4101 
211 East Commerce Avenue 
High Point, NC 27262

Now Trending: The 2015 Look Book

Don’t forget to check out the 2015 Look Book — a visual taste of the latest styles, textures, and trends from Four Hands. See them online, then see them in person at High Point, April 18 -23.