High Point, NC (April 24, 2023) – Four Hands, the leading global designer and wholesaler of lifestyle home furnishings, is debuting fresh, modern collections and taking on new design categories at High Point Spring Market at its Showplace Suites showroom (#4101) from April 22-26.
Prioritizing meaningful design stories and continued commitment to responsible manufacturing, Four Hands is pleased to launch a variety of collections this spring that speak to international influences, valuable designer collaborations, and sustainability. Introducing the brand’s all-new line of innovative Power Motion reclining furniture, a new Belgian Linen™ collaboration with the multi-generational upholstery artisans at Libeco™, another edition of a longstanding partnership with designer Thomas Bina, and a purposeful new initiative with the small-batch makers of Aid to Artisans out of Chiapas, Mexico, Four Hands is setting out to inspire this season. The Four Hands Art Studio is also showcasing two new artist collaborations with abstract and contemporary artist Tyler Guinn and mixed media artist Molly Franken.
"We're committed to continually bringing new and remarkable offerings to the market – and we do this in a variety of ways, from honoring the centuries-old craft of handwoven textiles to producing furniture with the latest technology in Power Motion," says Matthew Briggs, Four Hands’ Chief Executive Officer, "This spring, we're pleased to build on our core with expanded categories, continuing our mission to elevate the spaces that surround us."
Four Hands honors the individual styles of their customers by showcasing a wide variety of designs each season. “Spring is all about taking classic shapes, details and materials and reinventing them for thoughtful, modern design,” says Adam Dunn, Four Hands’ Vice President of Design, “With these pieces, our customers can create anything from a minimalist, monochromatic look, to a multi-textured, mixed-material space.”
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Four Hands’ High Point Spring Market Introductions
In Four Hands’ new Power Motion collection, the brand embraces the comfort of the classic recliner while maintaining luxury design quality with completely hidden functionalities.
“We’ve designed motion furniture that doesn’t look like motion furniture,” says Rick Lovegrove, Four Hands’ President of Upholstery, “Consumers are looking for comfort and functionality in their furniture but don’t want to sacrifice style. By leading with design in this collection, we're able to offer ultimate relaxation while maintaining the beautiful style Four Hands is known for.”
Radley Power Recliner 5pc Sectional - Butterscotch
Soft, chic and comfort driven. Upholstered in butterscotch top-grain leather exclusive to Four Hands, subtle distressing adds character to this modular sectional, featuring a modernized electric recline for custom relaxation. Easily control footrest and headrest with a conveniently located side button.
Tillery Power Recliner 3pc Sectional-111''- Antigo Natural
With soft linen upholstery and loose feather blend cushioning, the Tillery Sectional is fully reclinable to offer positions prime for lounging. Easily control footrest and headrest with a conveniently located side button.
Libeco™-sourced Belgian Linen™
Four Hands is consistently dedicated to bringing forth upholstered pieces that are made to last, so the brand is honored to launch new products made with Belgian Linen™, including a wool blend rich in character and depth. By using a traditional approach to growing and harvesting flax, Libeco™’s authentic linen-making process results in superior fabric that’s softer to the touch, less prone to wrinkling, naturally durable, and easy to maintain.
Much like the Four Hands brand, the multi-generational artisans of Libeco are committed to sustainable manufacturing. The OEKO-TEX® certified material in these linen pieces and sustainable slipcovers is manufactured in facilities that are carbon neutral, completely solar and wind powered, and contain no toxic chemicals within the process.
“We couldn't be more pleased with how positively the home and design community has responded to our ongoing sustainability efforts,” says Lovegrove. “This partnership with Libeco resonates so well with our brand and our buyers alike, and we’re honored to be a part of the movement towards manufacturing responsible furnishings.”
Wide Arm Slipcover Accent Bench - Natural
A light, versatile accent bench is slipcovered in sustainably made Belgian Linen™. Naturally durable and soft to the touch, Libeco™-sourced linens are artisan-made and free of toxic chemicals. Slipcover is fully removable and machine-washable for easy care.
Papile Dining Armchair - Hasselt Ebony
A modern take on the vintage school chair, upholstered in sustainably made Belgian Linen™. Naturally durable and soft to the touch, Libeco™-sourced linens are artisan-made and free of toxic chemicals.
Addington Slipcover Dining Armchair
This relaxed, traditional piece is upholstered in sustainably made Belgian Linen™ in a deep coffee hue. Naturally durable and soft to the touch, Libeco™-sourced linens are artisan-made and free of toxic chemicals. Slipcover is fully removable and machine-washable for easy care.
The Henry Suite by Thomas Bina
The Henry suite, in collaboration with furniture designer Thomas Bina, tells a crafted minimalism story across bedroom and occasional categories that blends both modern minimalist and Brazilian influences. The partnership between Four Hands and Thomas Bina started in the early ’00s, and the collection quickly became a customer favorite due to the Los Angeles-based designer’s iconic style and understanding of reclaimed materials.
Henry Bed-Halcyon Ivory-Queen
Rustic oak veneer and ivory performance fabric fuse for a dreamy mix of comfort and style.
Henry Desk – Rustic Grey Veneer
A rustic oak desk shapes subtly curved corners, bringing a handcrafted look to a minimalist form. Three drawers keep frequently used office items within reach.