April High Point Market product highlights

At market, Home News Now visited numerous furniture resources to see the latest product trends in case goods and upholstery. The visits showed that once again, furniture importers and manufacturers are doing their best to offer new and interesting designs at a time when retailers’ appetites for new products seem to be increasing. No longer were dealers asking for what’s in stock, but rather what’s new, realigning themselves with idea that furniture is indeed a fashion industry where designs must be timed in line with trends in the marketplace.

Below is a glimpse at some of the products that caught our eye across a wide mix of styles and price points.

Lifestyle Enterprise showed this new bedroom sourced in Mexico. A headboard, nightstand and dressing table retails at $699.
Spectra Home showed this living room vignette, which is part of its licensed Christina@Home line.
Standard Furniture showed the Everett sectional made in Mexico. The sectional retails at $1,399.
This bed is part of Stickley Furniture’s 38-piece Surrey Hills collection. It is made with quarter-sawn white oak. The bed retails at $11,499.
Nichols & Stone, a division of Stickley Furniture, showed the Walden drop-leaf extension table and companion Mont Blanc arm and side chairs made with solid maple in an Amber finish.
Marge Carson showed its Cascade panel bed along with a companion bed bench at market. The pieces feature a channeled leather headboard and seat and a wood frame in a two-tone Latte finish paired with a Verona Silver Leaf finish.
Bellini Modern Living showed this leather motion sectional as part of its Italy sourced upholstery and wood furniture assortment.
The Bentley upholstery group is part of Horizon Home’s Mexico-made upholstery mix. The sofa retails at $899. It is shown with the Everest occasional table group featuring tables with solid onyx tops.
Calligaris was among the Italian furniture manufacturers showing at Casa Italia in High Point. Its mix included case goods and upholstery.
Kindel Grand Rapids showed a pared-down mix of pieces in its Facets custom case goods program that represent some of the best-selling pieces and configurations in the line.
This bedroom is part of A.R.T. Furniture’s Blanc collection. Made with birch veneers, it is shown in an Ivory finish.
Bassett Furniture showed some of its domestically produced BenchMade wood line at market. This cocktail table and credenza are made with solid oak and shown in a Linen Oak finish.
This teepee bed is part of the expanded youth furniture lineup at Lane Furniture.
Napa Furniture showed its new Mahogany Expressions bedroom. Made with solid mahogany, mindi and mango, it is shown in a Driftwood finish and retails at $3,500 for a four-piece set.
Nice Link showed its new JG035 leather sectional at market. Shown in an Ocean Blue tone Nubuck leather, it retails around $5,999.
Newton Coley made its debut this market with a mix of sofas, loveseats and chairs made at its Newton, N.C. manufacturing facilities.
Luxfort Home also made its debut at market with a mix of leather motion upholstery.
Italian manufacturer Gamma showcased its upholstery and occasional line at Casa Italia at market.
Calia Italia also showed its leather upholstery line at Casa Italia.
Composad showed its line of clean-lined contemporary case goods at Casa Italia.
Manufacturer Tomasella showed its Italian-made case goods line at Casa Italia.
Ditre Italia, a sister company of Calligaris, also showed its line of upholstery and wood furniture at Casa Italia.
Jofran showed this solid wood dining table and chair set as part of a group of more than 30 new pieces sourced in India.
Wildwood was getting great feedback (and Style Spotter recognition) for its 35-piece collaboration with Charlotte, N.C.-based designer Cheryl Luckett, featuring lamps, bowls, vases, and accent furniture, including this pen shell console with antique brass finish elements.

Thomas Russell

Home News Now Editor-in-Chief Thomas Russell has covered the furniture industry for 25 years at various daily and weekly consumer and trade publications. He can be reached at tom@homenewsnow.com and at 336-508-4616.

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