High Point Market product preview

Fusion Designs’ Addison bedroom collection is a modern, solid-wood off-the-floor silhouette that is crafted in Brown Maple and finished in Harbor Gray. The collection consists of two separate drawer nightstands, a two-door nightstand, three drawer dressers and chests, an armoire, lingerie chest, mirrors and an upholstered bed, all featuring soft closed drawers that can be customized in any of 35 hand-wiped finishes. Radio Building, 404, Floor 4 

Napa Furniture Design is showing its Nantucket bedroom and dining room collection at market. It is made with mixed hardwood solids. A table and six chairs retails around $2,400. Furniture Plaza 310.

Bellini Modern Living is introducing a motion sofa group covered in Novabuk, a high-quality microfiber imported from Italy that offers the opulent look and feel of suede. The Camilla II is a contemporary motion sofa with dual recline and power-adjustable headrests and footrests. The group will be stocked in a soft dove gray and will be available for special order in a selection of 18 colors. IHFC, H520, Hamilton, Floor 5

Urban Design Collective, which was created from the recent merger of Urban Roads and DesignWorks Furniture, is showing its Zuma whole home collection at market on the first floor of Centers of High Point Centennial, just off the first floor entrance.

The Dewitt chair by Sarreid is perfectly scaled to meet almost any need and is available in fabric or leather. Commerce & Design, 3D, Floor 3

Spectra Home’s Finn fully upholstered bed covered in Classic Linen was inspired by the company’s popular Finn sofa. The button-tufted headboard resembles the back of the exaggerated roll footboard, similar to the roll arms on the sofa. 200 N. Hamilton St., 211, 213, Floor 2

This dining armchair from Hurtado is handcrafted from fine materials and upholstered in rich fabric. Choose from several finish and upholstery options to complete any dining room. 208 W. English Road

Universal Furniture’s St. Clair chest comes in Sandblasted Pine with White Paint. It features three drawers and polished nickel hardware. 101 S. Hamilton St.

Featuring a modern aesthetic, Hooker Furnishings’ Modern Mood collection presents itself as an evolution of movements, while maintaining an unmistakably modern aesthetic. The Accent Console is characterized by its circular brushed-metal base accents in a warm pewter finish.  Art and architecture come together to produce this piece that can be used throughout the home. Showplace, Floor 3

H2 Seating offers several product categories, from gliders to lift Scandinavian recliners, sofas and sectionals, all in multiple designs. IHFC, H738, Hamilton, Floor 7

Norwalk Furniture is introducing its Snuggy upholstery group at market. Shown in a light blush fabric, the group features deep seating and a teardrop design on the arms and backs of each piece. It is shown with the Cremini ottomans in a neutral fabric. IHFC, M-108

The Harlow Table Collection from H Contract is composed of coffee tables, side tables and a console in solid mahogany. Pieces are finished with a warm chestnut stain. Smooth to the touch with an elegant matte finish, these midcentury modern-inspired pieces are constructed with curved trestle bases and are intentionally designed to have the legs exposed on the table tops where the legs converge. Showplace, Floor 3

The Drew & Jonathan Home Griffith Collection is crafted with split heart oak veneers and is characterized by its relaxed Smoked Oyster finish, curved profiles, tapered feet, and linear-shaped bar hardware in an Aged Pewter finish that adds a modern, finishing touch. Showplace, Floor 3

The Sevilla bedroom by Austin Group is made with birch veneers and hardwood solids, and shown in a white finish. A bed, dresser and mirror retail around $1,299. 208 E. Green Drive

The new Mountain Retreat design from Horizon Home has a combo cover design with faux leather. It also features fully reversible cushions. IHFC, H1144, Hamilton, Floor 11

Four Hands built Crafted Minimalism off of the aesthetics and ethos of the 19th-century Arts and Crafts movement, which was an aversion to the industrial revolution. Makers created more hand-crafted looks, which is what this collection takes inspiration from. Showplace, 4101

Martin Svensson Home‘s Conway TV Stand comes in a neutral yet elegant color and features ample storage space. Centers of High Point: Hamilton, 116, Level 1

Between the classy shell tufting and the gold-coated steel legs, Furniture of America’s Florizel bed is designed for the sophisticated urbanite and their modern city oasis. The thick and padded headboard and footboard are upholstered in soft flannelette, and so are the side rails and the rest of the piece — luxury and comfort rolled into one. IHFC, C700, W746, Commerce, Floor 7

Japandi expression meets Art Deco-inspired form in Nathan Anthony Furniture’s  Mylan bench-seat sofa, which is set on a gently curved platform base. Each arm face features a solid wood inset and leather strap detailing. Shown in a high-performance fabric cover, it’s fully customizable. InterHall IH-602, Commerce Floor 1

Crafted with quartered ash veneers in a Tuxedo finish, the Pulaski West End Loft Round Dining Table features an open base design with small-scale reeding details that are accented by luxurious metal accents in a Cuff Link Brass finish. The upholstered dining chairs feature horizontal seams, adding an elevated style. 220 Elm, 200, Level 2

Equal parts rugged and charming, John-Richard’s Hearthside chest evokes a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere that makes any space feel like a proper home. Crafted from beech wood in a Smokey Paldao finish, the profile of this turned wood credenza represents a masterful combination of rustic and contemporary design. 200 Steele, 223, Floor 2

Calling on inspiration from the farm to decor, Brazil Furniture Group’s Carpentry presents a clearly rustic casual aesthetic. Featured in a rich, dynamic low-sheen organic finish, the collection features natural materials including solid pine with a live-edge look. 243 S. Main St., Floor 2

In addition to new sofas and sectionals, Standard Furniture is showing 10 new accent chairs — including one reclining version — that come in a variety of shapes and styles. They are targeted to retail from $199 to $499. Centers of High Point Hamilton, 206.

Nice Link Home Furnishings’ 4263 power motion group, shown in Concise Stone leather, features foldable headrests with perforated stitch detail, wide track arms, and contemporary lines and styling. Market Square Tower, 1002, 1006, 1008, Floor 10

The new Switchgrass Bedroom Collection by American Woodcrafters has an updated transitional coastal style. Offered in a painted Dove finish, the mixed-media collection combines hardwood solids and mahogany veneers with accents of woven and filled rattan with a complementary antiqued whitewash finish. Market On Main, 233 S. Main St., Floor 2

Luxfort Home is showing its CloudPower motion category, which features extra deep, super-soft pillow-top seating in dual-power motion scctionals and sofas with zero wall clearance in stationary looks. This is one of five new styles in the CloudPower motion category. 100 N. Main St.

Zuo’s elegant dining chair has a wrapped seat and back with a fine frame that combines midcentury modern with glam elements. It also stacks for storage. IHFC, H543, Hamilton, Floor 5

Dovetail Furnture’s Courtney Sofa is a wide, low-profile piece inspired by modern designs that allows you to fall back into a luxurious seat. It’s made in Mexico using select hardwood covered in a cream polyester upholstery that highlights its curved silhouette. The base sits entirely on the floor, creating a balance between formal and lounge-y. The refined cushioning forms an inviting, sink-in feel that can easily fit three people with optimal comfort. Add some pillows or throws to finish off the look. Market Square, 142, 240, 243, Floor 1

Meva’s Scrivia collection is bohemian and eclectic due to the use of different materials such as solid wood, iron and even fabric that are handcrafted into beautiful and functional pieces. Each piece is a testament to the skill of the craftsman that created it and the natural materials used in its construction. Showplace, 2310, Floor 2

Brooklyn by Bradington-Young is characterized by its tall, rounded, tear-drop-shaped arms. Taking design cues from the classic Chesterfield sofa style — yet modernized with a slimmer profile and clean lines — the silhouette is covered in a taupe and gray color story. Showplace, Floor 3

Amisco’s Luongo chair comes in 14 metal colors, with more than 70 coverings available. IHFC, D720, Design Center, Floor 7

Bradley USA’s spring collection includes this Thea dining table, which has a full bull-nose top and tambour base. IHFC, IH102, Commerce, Floor 1

Copeland Furniture’s Lisse dining room has graceful curves and smooth flush joints throughout. Tables are available in two configurations: extension table and glass top, in two sizes. Showplace, 5100, Floor 5

Flexsteel’s Zecliner, an alternative to a bed, is a recliner designed and built with restful sleep in mind. IHFC, C558, Commerce, Floor 5

Classic Home’s Selena dining table measures 84 inches long and features a sleek minimalist style. Showplace, 2400, Floor 2

Alex Milstein

Alex Milstein is a contributor and social media coordinator for Home News Now and editor in chief of Casual News Now. He previously served as senior editor of both Casual Living and Designers Today. Prior to that, Alex covered technology for Furniture Today, with a focus on augmented reality, e-commerce, and 3D visualization.

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