Returning October 19 - 23,
High Point Market is where the design industry convenes to see new products, make new connections, and celebrate all things related to interiors. In advance of this fall's market, we've pulled together some of our favorite product launches from 10 top brands who will be exhibiting this season. Scroll through to see our picks by brand and make your plans to attend. 92
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Alfonso Marina - 200 Steele St, Suite 108
Established as a small atelier in Mexico in 1971, today
Alfonso Marina has expanded far beyond its beginnings with distribution in 48 states as well as Canada, Europe, Asia, and more. The brand is known for elegant, handmade furnishings with warm patinas and sophisticated lines.
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Alfonso Marina's Alori Bar Cabinet has a modern style, with straight lines, delicate legs, and a beautiful textured surface. The upper doors function as a serving table when the bar is open. It's available in several finishes.
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Inspired by 1960s Danish design, the Montholier Chair has molded arms and a dark leather in-seat and back.
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Inspired by Art Deco, the Bellevue Table has an ebony top and concave base design. Its wax finish makes it look more casual, and the table can also be extended if need be.
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Chaddock – 200 Steele St, Suite 106
Based in Morganton, North Carolina,
Chaddock is known for creating made-to-order furniture that's built to last and for their close collaborations with designers. This fall, they'll be launching pieces with Larry Laslo and Mary McDonald.
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Known for his boldness and metallic touches, Larry Laslo is launching several pieces with Chaddock including the Loop de Loop Ottoman, a 50-inch upholstered round ottoman with a whimsical flat brass loop design.
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Also by Laslo, the Network Sofa has a tufted seat and back that almost emulates a netted pattern.
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Known for pieces with Classical influences, Mary McDonald is launching several pieces with Chaddock including the Lounge Chair shown above, which has track arms and cerused oak for the tapered block legs.
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Jaipur Living – Showplace 3300
Working directly with artisans and uplifting their lives and communities through the Jaipur Rugs Foundation,
Jaipur Living stays on top of trends while also staying rooted in a deep understanding of life and living spaces. This fall, they're bringing 27 gorgeous new hand-knotted rugs to market in six new collections and seven existing collections.
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Drenched in color, the Mauzek rug is a special Persian hand-knotted rug that's part of the Unstring by Kavi collection. Its detailed hatch marks are difficult to weave and are rarely seen in hand-knotted rugs.
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Jaipur Living's Lucida rug is part of the Kaleida by Kavi collection. Made of wool and viscose, the rug has a kaleidoscopic design and a soft feel.
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The lustrous, hi-lo pile animal print Axis rug is part of Jaipur Living's Catalyst collection.
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BRADLEY - IHFC – IH210, Commerce, Floor 1
Specializing in artisan-crafted, American-made furnishings, lighting, and accessories,
is a chic, innovative trade-only firm. Known for its unique materials and artisan, hand-applied finishes, BRADLEY BRADLEY creates top-of-the-line custom furnishings for residential and hospitality projects alike.
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The expanded pouf collection features linens by artist Lindsay Cowles and
BRADLEY Elements luxury solids. COM also available. Shown are the Astor Round Ottoman; the Jones Diamond Ottoman; the Lola Ottoman with Square Base; and the Sullivan Zig-Zag Ottoman.
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Shown above, clockwise from left: the
Cecil Racetrack Top Dining Table; the Bobby Double Bolster Dining Chair; and the Mave Bullet Bench.
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Shown above, clockwise from left: the
Kingsley Bullet-Wrapped Sofa; the Carly Amoeba Mirror; and the Elliott Amoeba Coffee Table.
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Kravet – Market Square 217
Known for creating trend-defining fabrics for over a century,
Kravet has expanded over the years to include all varieties of furniture as well as designer collaborations. This year, they've partnered with Michael Berman, who's delivered pieces that are inspired by the glamour of the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, as well as a present-day quest for comfort.
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The Encanto Bench was inspired by 1970s glam, with elongated lines and sleek inverted horseshoe brass legs. The soft button tufted pad top seat is removable.
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The oversized Florence Chaise was inspired by the design of the Guggenheim, and features a stacked pancake seat, brass legs, and a coordinating ottoman if desired.
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The Polara Sofa is curved all the way around, with subtle no-button tufting that epitomizes tailored simplicity and encourages lounging.
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Sonder Living – 330 N. Hamilton St
Crafting unique furniture, accessories, and fabrics,
Sonder Living is known for chic, contemporary, and very liveable pieces. Every item is almost entirely handmade in their facilities in Vietnam and the U.S., using traditional techniques including eglomise, leafing, welding, and hand-carving.
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Previously known to the trade as Resource Decor, the firm has fully rebranded its different businesses under the Sonder umbrella. Read on to learn about two of the designer collaborations they'll be presenting at this fall's High Point Market.
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Previewed at the spring 2019 market, the full collaboration between Sonder Living and LA-based designer Reagan Hayes will be launching this fall. She's known for bold fabrics and geometric lines, and her pieces for Sonder certainly reflect that.
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On the other side of the spectrum, British designer Kelly Hoppen is known for neutral hues and playing with rich textures and unique materials. Hoppen has been designing for Sonder Living since their launch in the U.S. market and has over 100 pieces in production with the brand.
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Caracole – 122 North Hamilton St
Celebrating their tenth anniversary,
Caracole is also hosting their 2019 markets in their massive new showroom. The ever-growing brand is known for multi-functional practicality, like hidden electronic charging stations, innovative storage options, and other special details.
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Caracole will celebrate its second market in its new Markor Arts Center showroom (the first being spring of 2019).
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This market, products will skew more toward a masculine, textural edge, and a bit further from the brand's classic feminine gloss. For example, these pieces feature a black finish that's cerused with silver and gold.
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The inspiration for this Italian dresser in silver leaf is a Harry Winston watch face. It features veneers gracing the drawerfronts, surrounded by a light wood finish.
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Interlude Home – 242 North Hamilton St.
Known for their motto of “fashion-inspired living,”
Interlude Home has transformed over the years with a real focus on evolving trends when it comes to furnishings. Just a decade ago, they were better known for accessories; today, over 90% of their business comes from their furniture line.
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Now a part of the Hamilton Wrenn District, Interlude Home has expanded their presence at High Point and will be showing new fashion-forward, European-inspired furnishings.
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For this Market, the focus is on shapes from nature. Waves, clouds, and spirals are the forms that inspire, along with plenty of Lucite (including the
Liora Side Table, shown).
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Curved sofas and chairs will be top of mind, along with comfort fabrics like shearling and richly textured surfaces. On either side of the photo are a pair of
Targa Chairs, with a Doutzen Stool in front.
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Arteriors - Commerce & Design Building 1st Floor
At every High Point Market,
Arteriors releases around 300 new designs, including a capsule collection with one special designer. For Fall 2019, it's Ray Booth, whose architectural background shines through in all 44 pieces, which run the gamut from lighting to furniture, accessories, and wall decor.
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Shot in Ray Booth's Nashville home, the images for this collection are styled with the utmost care. Here, the inventive sconces and floor lamp are particular standouts.
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In this image, a vessel lamp is styled with moss. Since it's designed with a bowl, homeowners can use it as an opportunity to present a collection or add natural materials, as in this instance.
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Here, a unique pendant light takes the idea of a lantern design and deconstructs it in a modern way. Booth's sculptures also decorate the center table, evoking the spirit of Brancusi.
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EJ Victor – 116 South Lindsay St.
Known for its traditional offerings, this season EJ Victor is introducing more transitional pieces into the mix with the launch of their much-anticipated collections with Ryan Korban and Bethan Gray.
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After collaborating with brands like Balenciaga, Alexander Wang, and Joseph Altuzarra, Korban is branching out to developing his furniture line with EJ Victor.
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“Young people still appreciate good design perhaps more than ever given their abundant access to information—but they don’t want to live in a formal way,” says Korban. “It’s the mood, the feeling of the space that’s important to them.”
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EJ Victor also has a new 30-piece collection with Behan Gray called the Shamsian collection, inspired by her family’s heritage and extensive travels in the Middle East. Shown is a cabinet with brass inlays over maple veneer.