High Point Product Previews Spring 2024

This High Point Market your favorite vendors are shaking things up. The products we’re excited to see this April are putting a spin on tried-and-true classics: Abstract line work by a BMX-rider on rugs? Check. Homespun barnwood tables with MCM lines? Check. Exaggerated bangles and swooping jewelry chains on Roman antiquity-inspired lighting? Check. Read on for DNN’s High Point Product Previews:

Table by Ross Alan Lumber

Allegri Crystal

The Allegri Crystal Tubo is what we are calling edgy-deco. It features layers of brass, alabaster and Firenze crystal, elegantly constructed to allow its natural glamour to shine.

Bradley USA

Bradley’s Jimmy bar cabinet has a modern steampunk feel that is in lock-step with the playfulness and historical remixing trend you can expect to see from vendors this Spring market.

The Jimmy bar cabinet is made from hand-forged iron, concrete, wood and bronze mirror. 

Caracole

When clients are looking for bold, glam, eclectic style, Caracole is a designer’s workhorse line. All of Caracole’s pieces work harmoniously as a collective, or individually as the star of a space, blending textures and materials to add layers of sensory depth.

Enhancing the romance of the company’s “Love Collection” are pieces that have been dressed in bold, shimmering finishes. Love At First Sight now glows in a full-covering of Oracle gold that accentuates the exquisite reeding on the drawer fronts with Whisper of Gold metal band detailing and designer legs. The piece has a gracefully rounded profile that is now dazzling in its design.  The nine drawers are felt-lined with under-mount guides.

Copeland

Copeland’s Sierra seating is crafted in solid Cherry, Oak, or Walnut and available in natural finishes. Sierra is available in a range of microsuedes, fabrics and Sunbrella as well as COM. The finish is GREENGUARD Certified for low chemical emissions.

Creative Accents x PAR KER made

Breezy San Diego-based BMX-rider, model, and abstract artist Parker Heath made his foray into home decor products just a couple years ago with the foundation of his brand PAR KER made. Now he’s teamed up with Creative Accents on a line of rugs featuring his signature doodles. 

Currey & Company

Currey Co.’s new Multi-Drop Configurator tool makes it easier than ever to create your perfect light fixture with a variety of canopy, shade and bulb options. 

Four Hands

When we think of Four Hands, we think: on-trend style at amazing price-points and excellent customer service. They are always deepening their collections and we look forward to seeing the latest in upholstery, case goods, and art. 

Grain and character variation within a solid oak finish give this Four Hands Ezri sideboard organic visual interest. The carved design and floor-to-top cylinder legs give a primitive look that balances the movement of the wood pattern.

Hooker Furnishings

Inspired by traditional secretary desks that date back to 17th century – and gained popularity in the 60s through the 90s – Hooker Furnishings’ Work Your WayTM brand, includes a new modern-day home office category. Called “The Hub,” the new workstations are part of the company’s 100th anniversary initiatives at the upcoming High Point Market.pieces tap into the company’s design archives as well as its expertise in the home office category.

Hudson Valley Lighting Group: Noz Nozawa

Color-punch San Franciscan designer Noz Nozawa is the latest to join the prestigious roster of designer collaborators at Hudson Valley Lighting Group. Her spunky, jewelry-inspired Corbett collection is a breath of fresh air.  

Leftbank Art’s designer collaborations

From Nikki Chu and Pure Salt to Dawn Sweitzer and Barclay Butera, Leftbank Art is pulling out all the stops with their designer collaborations this market. There is a something for every style, at every price point.

Art by Barclay Butera for Leftbank Art | Photographed by Doug Burke
Art by Nikki Chu for Leftbank Art

Made Goods

A trip to The Bank on Wren to peruse Made Goods latest offerings is always a worthwhile market stop. We love Made Goods for their materiality, quality, and approachable luxury in a beautiful showroom that always gives us beachfront vacation home vibes.

Brady Stool – Made Goods’ Brady stool is made from ceramic with a fun multicolored design, the Brady stool is the perfect statement piece.
Dyllon Table Lamp – The Dyllon table lamp from Made Goods displays a coral-like shape and instantly adds a dash of décor to the table.
Iliana Pendant – Made Goods elongated pendant chandelier is as timeless as it is unique. Sculpted and woven from natural rattan to form an abstractly striking shape. Sourced from a climbing palm tree mostly found in Southeast Asia, no two strands are exactly alike, resulting in natural variations in each piece. This pendant comes available in a rustic natural and white rattan finish and is available in two sizes.

Rene Cazares

RC’s Sidewender Bench is not just a piece of furniture, it is a work of art, made to elevate any entry way or hallway it is in.

Ross Alan Lumbar

When we think about brands that meet the needs of designers, Ross Alan Lumbar is top of mind. The family-owned, LA-based company began designing custom furniture and architectural features for interior designers, fabricated from sustainably-sourced American lumber. Visit their premier IHFC High Point showroom to immerse yourself in the world of Ross Alan.

Sarreid Ltd. 

Sturdy and earthy, Sarreid Ltd’s Marcus King Bed stopped us mid-scroll through the market product submissions. It’s constructed from pine solids, hand-forged iron, and woven leather. While singular in aesthetic, it is easy to imagine the bed in rooms of various styles.

Ok, color! These fresh new finishes from Sarreid are absolute eye candy. Their colorful case goods are playful, yet refined and perfectly on-trend for Spring.

Schonbek Worldwide Lighting

It’s a good year for crystal this High Point Market. Schonbek’s new Beyond collection features dazzling multi-light pendants. The collection features modern takes on classic designs. Their dangling crystal daggers and teardrops play with materiality, motif and proportion in a magnificent way.

Schwung Lighting

Schuwung is premiering glorious new modern chandeliers that caught our attention this market, among them, their Armstrong Linear Chandelier in burnished brass.

See Also

Armstrong Linear Chandelier-Lacquered Burnished Brass-Marbled Matte Glass

Marbled glass spheres seem to extend and reach across smooth brass rods. Each globe is individually blown, shaped and sculpted by hand through a one-hour process. Brass and glass are 98% recyclable. Designed and sustainably handmade in Poland by Schwung.

Shoppe Object: Tob Aero 

Shoppe Object is located on the top floor of High Point’s Historic Market Square. Coming out of the pandemic, designers were craving uniqueness and an excuse to make the trip to market worth it. Shoppe does just that. Take an hour or so at market to wander and discover  the 100+ brands featured at Shoppe Objet. Among the many unique finds this year are cool, local pottery and sustainably-focused independent textile brands, as well as TobAero, which we are very excited to see. Thomas O’brien’s collection of distinctive, collected objects that is quintessential TOB in every way: well-traveled, transitional, and elevated everyday luxury. 

Stickley 

A few years ago Stickley caught our attention with their departure from the heavy, traditional furnishings we always associated them with, into something more modern. Their latest intros like the Durant Sideboard and Walnut Grove Spindle Bench offer updated nods to classic, American furniture movements. It’s the same Stickley quality, for a new generation. 

Theodore Alexander – Judith Lieber

The Judith Leiber Couture inaugural furniture collection consists of over 30 pieces with details that pay homage to the signature Judith Leiber Couture bags. Mink and Martini oak finishes and mother-of-pearl accents – those are some of the fashion-forward flourishes characterizing the new Judith Leiber collaboration with Theodore Alexander, premiering this market.


TOV

TOV is on trend with a capital T with its nubby upholstery, chunky travertine, and wavy shapes in a buoyant Spring palette of sky blues and fluffy-cloud-whites. The pieces are an accessible, youthful nod to Italian design.

Wildwood

Wildwood is introducing Shiga, a capsule collection of eleven one-of-a-kind
lamps and four vases handmade in Shigaraki, Japan. Marrying ancient techniques with a modern sensibility, Shiga embodies beauty found in the natural world and raw elegance achieved only through old-world craftsmanship.

Worlds Away

Worlds Away always has thoughtful, versatile pieces like their new Jude BW barrel back dining chair which looks as good as a pair in the living room as grouped around a dining table. It’s crisply tailored in white performance upholstery and makes a statement from every angle.

The Daphne sofa with its sweet rattan-scalloped skirt and linen upholstery is another notable new World’s Away High Point product intro.

We’re looking forward to seeing you at High Point Market at our DNN sponsored educational event series. See the schedule here.

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