October 9, 2018
October 9, 2018
Redefining Texture at High Point Market
Just as linear influences are bringing a mood of movement to our new styles, distinctive textures are adding depth; together, these elements effectively shift the entire vibe of a room. The designs slated for fall Market go beyond the traditional definition of texture, broadening its scope and meaning to bring richness into view. From intricate acid etchings and vibrant sunburst patterns to ombré highlights and handwoven leathers, our 500+ Market-bound debuts steer the traditional notion of texture into new territory. Preview some standouts below, then see all styles up-close in our High Point Market showroom.
Raffael Media Console
Antique brown mango wood adopts intricate carving for a unique, texture-rich look with ample impact. Stout gunmetal-finished iron legs offer an intriguing material mix with a modern touch.
Casper Coffee Table
Parquet-patterned marble shapes an organic kidney to reimagine a popular mid-century form. Eye-catching ombré shading blends greys with whites to create a look of natural fluidity, balancing the structure of a gunmetal-finished iron base.
Adara Desk Chair
A late-Seventies form gets a feminine refresh. White poly-blend upholstery perfectly curves, as a posterior cutout adds airy intrigue. Slim polished brass legs taper at a slant for cool, retro effect.
Sleek and simply styled. White-finished iron forms the cleanest of lines, while a perforated clover pattern brings textural intrigue to industrial-minded cabinetry. Gunmetal-finished hardware adds a fresh two-tone touch.
Evocative of Hollywood Regency glamour, aged brass-finished iron is etched with a striking sunburst pattern for a unique look with a hint of glam. H-stretcher legs of gunmetal iron add a touch of industrial influence.
Modern style means mixed materials. Oxidized iron framing lays the groundwork for exposed spalted primavera paneling and comfortable poly-blend cushioning.
Two-tone contrast with a textural twist. Atop a simple Parsons-style base, washed black acacia encases mango-framed doors of natural cane, woven for exceptional tactile depth.
Classic bench-style seating undergoes a modern refresh. Coffee-colored top-grain leather is woven for a texture-rich sit, as a light oak framing offers a long, clean look that keeps the eye moving.
Abiline 6 Drawer Dresser
Light toasted oak welcomes six drawers in a cream resin faux shagreen, for a sophisticated, high-contrast look. Satin brass legs and pull hardware bring a fresh, elegant touch to bedroom storage.
Croft Bunching Table
Coarse grey marble folds to form an alluringly soft curve uncharacteristic of such sturdy material, while natural graining evokes a sense of movement. Perfect bunched in pairs or solo as end table.
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Showplace Suite #4101
October 13 – 17, 2018
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