HIGH POINT —In partnership with internationally renowned designer Kelly Hoppen, full-line furniture resource Caracole is showing the House of Hoppen collection for the first time in the U.S. at the upcoming Oct. 22-26 High Point Market.
Described as having a “sophisticated, yet laid back” styling, the collection has 23 pieces of wood furniture and upholstery that offer a mix of “organic, sculptural forms that embody chic and comfortable living.”
“Reimagining our home lives amidst the pandemic, Hoppen designed this latest collection with an intentional calm,” the company said. “Soft lines and shapes blend with new textures to enhance, uplift and create a sense of unparalleled serenity.”
“The collection flows seamlessly — each piece has been designed to work harmoniously as a collective — or individually as the star of the space,” said Trish Hayes, creative director at Caracole, a division of Markor International Home Furnishings.
The collection also features a mixed materials story that combines leathers, boucle fabrics, linen, stone, metal accents and wood veneers featuring dramatic grain patterns.
Hoppen said the collection embodies an aesthetic that is “both contemporary, yet truly timeless.”
In development for over a year, House of Hoppen debuted at Markor stores in China this past summer. Hoppen said she is pleased to be now partnering with Caracole to bring the collection to the U.S.
“I can’t wait to see how people style my latest collection and elevate the feeling of laid back luxury in their homes,” she said.
At market, the collection can be seen at the Caracole showroom at 122 N. Hamilton St.