Traditional brown woods with modern applications; repurposed and reconstituted art and statement pieces; unexpected sculptural elements; elevated biophilic designs; designer-curated fine art, and outdoor furnishings that really can – and should – be used indoors. These furniture and décor trends stood out during our time at the 2019 High Point Fall Market.
Inlay Pattern Play
An intricate and artistic collage of walnut veneered parquetry inlaid doors with inlaid shagreen, mother of pearl and faux horn render the Dispono Sideboard from Theodore Alexander an inevitable funky family heirloom.
Repurposed, Reconstituted, Reimagined
One-of-a-kind wall art showcasing antique and vintage textiles — each assembled and framed at Loloi‘s Dallas headquarters by a specialized team of artists — give exquisitely crafted remnants and age-old techniques new life.
The on-trend yet timeless look of white plaster captured in handcrafted reconstituted stone makes the Grier Console from Made Goods versatile enough to rock both elegant interiors as well as exteriors. The piece is finished with textural details in radial, horizontal and vertical etched lines that add delicate touches to this is durable and adaptable beauty.
The Woodfield Lounge Chair, by Libby Langdon for Fairfield, which comes in a brass or polished chrome finish, is meant to be enjoyed from all angles. The sleek and sculptural nature of its form, especially when viewed from the back, is what really sets this chair apart. Exposed metal frame available in Brushed Brass or Nickel.
Taking the biophilic trend to sophisticated new heights, Currey & Co.’s Kingali Grande Chandelier in rattan with brass accents is naturally dazzling.
Designer-Curated Fine Art
Alexa Hampton shows her stunning collection for Theodore Alexander with original fine art, which is also for sale. This limited edition piece, called “Schinkel’s Red Room,” is by Celia Rogge who collaborates with Hampton often. “One of my favourite types of images to capture is an enfilade. Enlarging any room with the illusion of extended depth,” says Rogge. It is 72” x 48” and a limited edition of 8. Also seen in this vignette is “Objets Plus Miroir I,” along with the Siena Extending Dining Table, Jackson Side Chair, and Emilia Console Table.
The Soft Side Of The Great Outdoors
The totally unexpected application of sumptuous materials and superior comfort make Bernhardt’s Wailea Swivel Chair as at home indoors as it is out.
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