A sneak peek of new pieces from John-Richard

Focused on contemporary shapes and special luxe elements to meet customer requests, whole-home resource John-Richard will debut hundreds of new pieces at the High Point Market April 22-26.

“Our talented design team is excited to lead the return to beautiful wood references and mixed materials for accent furnishings,” says Alan Galbraith, CEO of the luxury home furnishings source, which has headquarters in Greenwood, Mississippi. “I believe that our new introductions are strong in all product categories and that we once again will excite market visitors with our design innovation.”


The company, known for artisan-crafted furniture, lighting, wall decor, botanicals and accessories, will introduce new pieces across categories.

“John-Richard is uniquely positioned to develop these signature looks by nurturing the artistic talent within our company-owned facilities,” Galbraith says. “Our aim is to optimally merchandise 30,000 square feet of display space by showcasing a substantial variety of fresh designs and to be a comprehensive resource for buyers at market.”

Here’s a look at some of the new pieces:

The Hearthside chest and credenza feature a distinctive, striated grain of paldao wood, shapely curves and a textural façade.

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The Dirillo mirror, a 56-inch round statement piece, features a blue agate geode effect executed in glass. Its organically shaped, hand-carved frame is finished in Valyrian Gold.

The Cordilleran Mesh wall piece evokes the ancient ice sheet that once covered North America. It’s realized in a hand-rendered, three-dimensional form set against a navy blue background, then framed in silver-aluminum alloy to complement the wintery palette of the artwork.

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