October 7, 2019
October 7, 2019
Natural Habitat: Fall 2019 Market Preview
This fall, we're heading to High Point with a new appreciation for natural surroundings, and the styles that complement them. From warm reclaimed woods to sleek travertine and textural rattans, we are mingling materials and textures to intriguing effect, laying a beautifully neutral color palette to welcome complementary color pops by way of toasted auburn, sage green, indigo blue, and more. This thoughtful selection of materials and finishes allows for natural beauty to radiate through, spurring a cozy modernism vibe that transforms a house into a home. Get an early sense of the earthy new styles slated for Fall Market. Then, see all the newness in our High Point showroom starting October 19.
The Paden Dining Table’s solid brown acacia forms crescent-shaped legs and a sprawling oval tabletop, bringing organic presence to the dining room.
Wide planks of indigo-washed parawood stack for stately presence, as the Mattia Bookshelf stands ready to store favorite books and treasures. Cylindrical dowel supports and bullnose edging disperse softness throughout.
A confident, clean-lined silhouette, the Santo Media Console’s auburn-finished pine features a rounded plinth base and half-circle brass hardware, for a shapely finishing touch.
Crafted from acacia and finished in a rich caramel brown, the Pilar Desk’s pill-inspired shape nods Eighties-era design. Half-cylinder bases feature open interior shelving, with two top pencil drawers to keep supplies handy.
Dramatic arms and a deep seat meet relaxation with mid-century modern sophistication. Slim oak framing adds an architectural feel to the Braden Chair’s top-grain leather in a mossy sage.
Soft, beautifully shaped seating upholstered in mossy green top-grain leather. A spoon-shaped back and rounded beechwood legs carry out the curvy allure of the shape-driven Aubree Dining Chair.
Inspired by ‘70s Italian design, the Claire Sideboard’s honey-colored rattan keeps the eye moving with its vertical reeding, and oversized D-shape hardware pulls of polished brass.
Comfort + Style
The Beda Wall Hanging brings texture into play. Set of three palm leaf wall hangings of varied sizes, to be grouped together or hung separately for a fun Bohemian touch.
Performance-grade fabric brings surprising livability to a show-stopping silhouette. The Dom Sofa’s pristinely tailored ivory upholstery exudes elegance, with clean track arms and loose feather-blend cushioning for total comfort.
Finished in a vintage white, the Portia Outdoor Chair’s all-weather wicker curves into a sultry “S” for shapely intrigue, indoors or out.
Scandinavian style with a sophisticated spin. The Marcus Coffee Table’s rounded travertine tabletop is supported by a simple solid cast-iron base finished in a distressed gunmetal, for eye-catching contrast.
Light, honey-finished oak encases the Finch Dresser’s six drawer fronts of sepia-toned mirror, with flat oak pulls to complete the look to perfection.
Simplified mid-century styling gets a feminine refresh. Finished in a warm honey, the Finch Bed’s solid oak bed framing features rounded corners and tapering for eye-catching effect.
Go to the Show
High Point Fall Market
October 19-23, 2019
Four Hands High Point
Showplace Suite #4101
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