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Best of Market: High Point

Highlights of latest furniture introductions

A wide variety of fresh styles, functions and features were in the spotlight at the October High Point Market. Here are some of the new products that were particularly well received by buyers.

 

Henredon Artway
The Carson dresser from Henredon's Artway collection has a distinctive, sculptural feel.
 Kincaid DestinKincaid's Destin sofa makes a strong coastal statement with its soft gray-blue stripes accented with red and cream. Taracea HearstTaracea's Hearst Castle-licensed collection includes this buffet with Spanish and Old World style elements.
 Furniture Classics trunkFurniture Classics features reclaimed timber in its Old Elm Trunk design, suitable for a variety of uses. Pearson sofaPearson uses dramatic scallops and an exclusive linen fabric to draw attention to its No. 2484-1 sofa. Klaussner Trilogy tablesGlass tops, curved stretchers and transitional styling proved a success for Klaussner's Trilogy occasional tables.
 Acacia Tagara tableThis Tagara cocktail table from Acacia comes with a top made of six-millimeter, herringbone-woven rattan peel and veneer. Broyhill Bryson bedBroyhill's Bryson bedroom collection, which includes this arched panel bed with underbed storage, was well received at market. A-America Echo Lake tableA-America had good success at market with its Echo Lake oval table. The buffet features an intricate inlay.
 Chelsea HouseDealers responded well to Chelsea House's Italian carved console table, available in several Old World finishes and a solid or faux marble top. Moretti chaiseMoretti's chaise, upholstered in cowhide with a white lacquer frame, was very well received by designers. Canadel tableThe thick, planked top on this contemporary-styled Canadel table drew strong interest.
 Acrylicore chairA different approach to legs gives Acrylicore's Romeo chair a different approach to contemporary living. MacKenzie-Dow tableMacKenzie-Dow's Twisted Pedestal table, part of its English Pub collection, was a hit. TRS chairThis chair with wool cover from TRS Furniture & Textiles draws inspiration from the glamorous age of Deco.

 

For more Best of Market coverage, don't miss Furniture/Today's Nov. 2 print issue. Also, we've posted some additional photos of well-received introductions in the Slideshow area of the Furniture/Today Web site. You can view those by clicking here.

 

 

 



 

 

 

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