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Publication Date: 2019-04-24

Behind the Design

House of Harris Collaborates with Chaddock at High Point Market

Charlotte Harris Lucas and Liz Harris Carrol, sisters and co-founders of House of Harris, collaborated with Chaddock to decorate two Chaddock showrooms at last month’s High Point Market. Lucas and Carrol outfitted the showrooms — a sitting room and bedroom — with bright fabrics and wallcoverings, upholstering 22 pieces including pillows, tables, chairs, stools, sofas, benches, and other accents. The design duo also debuted their new fabric and wallcovering collection, titled "Avenue II," in the Chaddock space.

Based in North Carolina, House of Harris has been recognized for its exuberant textile designs by publications like Vogue, Architectural Digest, and Domino, and Lucas and Carrol, who design interiors as well as textiles, were also featured in Southern Living's 2018 list of "Best New Southern Tastemakers." Chaddock was founded in North Carolina, like House of Harris, and is similarly grounded in a distinctly high-end, southern heritage. The similarities between the brands create common ground within the collaboration, and their differences allow for a partnership that reimagines Chaddock's traditional furnishings in new ways.

Read on to explore the Chaddock showrooms at High Point Market and discover the textiles that House of Harris used to transform the space.


 

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"Hillside," a new hand-drawn panel wallpaper, was debuted at High Point Market.

The designers decorated a sitting room with "Baxter" wallpaper in "multi." Later, the bar was used for a small cocktail party in the showroom.

In the bedroom, the pillows here were covered with a linen fabric called "Windwood."

Lucas and Carrol each have their own interior design business, in addition to House of Harris.

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