Here are a few new and trending products manufacturers will highlight at the upcoming High Point Market, Oct. 16-20.
The chairs in Eichholtz’s Tribute collection originally came in black and brown, with seats and backrests done in open weave rattan webbing. Later, the company added leather and multi-colored fabric versions, and the collection now includes more than 30 options. eichholtz.com Hurtado’s new Bond collection—with geometric shapes and irregular plates in the designs—includes bedroom and occasional pieces offered in all finish, metal, and marble top options. Lead time for shipping is about 90 days from High Point. hurtado.eu Brazil Furniture Group’s Milano home entertainment center is made of 100% solid wood features a back panel with floating shelves and a cut-out for cords. The console measures 80 inches and one adjustable shelf is located behind each door. brazilfurnituregroup.com Sarreid’s Shagreen-covered cube can be rucked into a corner, used as a side table, or turned into extra seating when needed. Available in multiple colors, it features a hand-painted, gold leather trim on all sides that won’t dent or scratch like metal. sarreid.com Copeland Furniture expands its signature collections and will include pieces from the Berkeley, Camden, Linn Bedroom, Catalina Dining, ISO Dining, and Modern Farmhouse collection ranging from beds, nightstands, and dining pieces. copelandfurniture.com The Leonidas chair from Mercana features an upholstered unibody cushion wrapped in black leather that rests on a metal, four-legged X-shaped frame. mercana.com Part of the Aviva Stanoff Signature Velvet Collection—which she developed and launched in her inaugural year—this pillow has real crystals that were pressed into fabric by hand, one at a time. Dyes are mixed by hand in small batches, and no two pillows are alike. avivastanoff.com Layering texture, shape and color, Riverside Furniture’s casual contemporary Graham Bedroom offers striking silhouettes contrasting a black wire-brushed Charred Oak finish on drawer fronts with a Heathered Oak finish on the outer perimeter moldings. Contrasting herringbone fabric on the upholstered beds mimics the two-tone appearance of the cases. riverside-furniture.com Trade Winds Furniture’s Easton stacked counter-height desk has a transitional styling and is available in more than 10 finish options. tradewindsfurniture.com Along with companion items including a dresser, mirror, nightstand and bed bench, Marge Carson’s Solstice collection marks the first Mexico-produced bedroom group for the company’s Palo Alto Custom Bedroom Collection since Marge Carson exited Asian-produced casegoods in January of this year, transferring all its upholstery and wood furniture production to Mexico. Lead times are now in the six to eight-week range. margecarson.com From stripes or geometric designs to abstract patterns and colors, Unique Loom’s Deepa collection has a classic overdyed and distressed look of age and history. uniqueloom.com Legends Furniture’s Hampton entertainment center blends coastal and cottage styling with a rustic finish. legendsfurniture.com GhostBed will launch Ghost SmartBed, a new smart bed is constructed with materials and technologies that allow a user to customize his or her comfort levels as well collect data monitoring a person’s sleep experience throughout the night. ghostbed.com Amisco’s Cassandra stool from the boudoir collection is available in 13 metal color and 70 fabric options. There is also a counter-height version. amisco.com Hekman’s Linwood bedroom collection is made with wire-brushed Mindi veneers, which give the Regency-inspired collection an updated casual design aesthetic. hekman.com Maxwood is producing at full capacity at its new 600,000-square-foot factory that tripled production capacity starting March 2021. The company is launching two new solid wood lines—Core (shown here) and Modern—that include beds, desks, and case pieces. maxwoodfurniture.com Sam Moore will present five new color themes highlighted by an abundance of earth tones and bright pops of color at the fall market. Shown here is Soft Deco, and each will be presented in vignettes throughout the Sam Moore showroom. sammoore.com Bivano & Company’s new Dune Junior Loft is completely configurable, and the bookshelf and three-drawer dresser can be swapped to optimize room usability. A slide-out desk installs on either end of the bed, opposite of the ladder, and stows neatly away. bivonaco.com Nathan Anthony’s new Alais bench displays a balancing act of artful asymmetry—one end supported by two architectural solid wood eight-inch ball legs in the company’s Blondey finish and the opposing leg formed from a curved waterfall edge. nafurniture.com This abstract rug from Nourison’s Prismatic collection recreates the look of a sunset. Its generously thick pile is handmade from a blend of fine New Zealand wool and silky Luxcelle fibers for premier comfort and lasting style. nourison.com Reminiscent of old libraries and 20th century newsrooms, Martin Furniture’s Payton collection blends mid-century modern elements with subtly worn details. The line features natural wood fronts with matte black framing that is lightly distressed for a casual finish. martinfurniture.com