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High Point Market Stand-Outs

 2015-High-Point-Market

The recent fall Market was rife with fresh materials, patterns, and unexpected designs. Metallic sheen, nature themes, and Mid-Century Modern inspiration were some of the style ideas that came up again and again.

 Libby Langdon line for Bradburn

 

Bradburn Gallery

The fall market marked the launch of the Libby Langdon line for Bradburn Gallery, which included this 27.5”-high Winston table lamp in Navy.
The designer’s coordinated collection of lighting, wall décor, accent furniture, and tabletop accessories were offered throughout market through different vendors. “Stylistically speaking, my collection reflects the needs and wants of my clients,” notes Libby Langdon. “The primary elements are elegant, clean lines and fashion-forward looks. Time after time, I find that my clients don’t want anything too modern, yet they do like fresh color combinations and updated silhouettes that are not too fussy or formal. Bradburn is such a wonderful, trustworthy brand well-known for their incredible quality and impeccable manufacturing standards. I’m thrilled to add an exciting new design direction with my ‘Libby twist!’”

 

 

CR Laine

Black and white was a strong theme at the recent market as this playful design on the Jacque Swivel Chair demonstrates. The fabric is called Hutch Onyx and depicts internationally renowned American artist Hunt Slonem’s favorite subject: bunnies. www.crlaine.com

CR-Laine-Hunt-Slonem
Maitland Smith & La Barge Heritage Home-Group

 

Maitland-Smith

The much-anticipated collaboration between Niermann Weeks and Maitland-Smith was unveiled at the fall market. Shown here is the Volpone sculpture as a decorative accessory piece. Maitland-Smith and La Barge are part of Heritage Home Group.  The partnership with Niermann Weeks was accomplished by Eleanor and Clare, daughters of the founder Joe Niermann, along with Justin Binnix, President. www.heritagehome.com

 

Solária Lighting

Made to order by this Georgia-based company, the Asher Chandelier measures 24” high x 32” wide and is shown in a Silver Leaf finish with Southport Silver details.  It can also be specified in Antique Black or Rust finishes. Asher comes with 3 feet of chain and is lamped with 25-watt candelabras. www.solarialighting.com

Solária Lighting-Asher Chandelier
Phillips Collection-Gold Log Stools

 

Phillips Collection

Cast in artisan-grade resin, the sleek Liquid Silver and Liquid Gold Log Stools give nature a Modern look. Each stool measures 17” high x 11” wide. www.phillipscollection.com

 

Kristine Daniels

Company owner and designer Kristine Daniels  has been handcrafting glass accessories in Canada since 1994 and now has expanded her repertoire into lamps and mirrors. What started as a hobby in photography has turned into a fascination with creating translucent and textured looks using slumped glass and other techniques. www.kristine-daniels.com

Kristine Daniels-handcrafting glass table lamp
Dunes and Dutchess

 

Dunes and Dutchess

It was the 5th anniversary for this company founded by the husband-and-wife team of Michael Partenio and Stacy Kunstel and they celebrated with a party at High Point Market. The duo manufactures their line of whimsical table and floor lamps, candlesticks, sconces, and tables in the USA.  www.dunesandduchess.com

Dwell Studio for Magnussen

 

Dwell Studio for Magnussen®

The Avery sideboard is an interpretation of a Mid-Century design that has been modernized with contrasting materials. The Belgian Grey finish is juxtaposed against natural cane on the doors for dramatic effect. Four drawers provide additional storage, while brass hardware completes the look. www.magnussen.com

French Heritage-Nelson’s Stretch-a-Lounger

 

French Heritage

Called Nelson’s Stretch-a-Lounger™ in honor of the company’s mascot, this multi-functional ottoman provides comfort to humans and their pets alike. It measures 19” high x 24” wide. www.frenchheritage.com

 

Jonathan Charles

The new Indochine Collection debuted at Market, featuring an eggshell inlay that is meticulously laid out in a mosaic pattern and washed in multiple layers of hardened lacquer. The style is offered on lamps (the Urban Zen lamp in a Scarlet Snakeskin finish is shown here) as well as accent tables and accessories. www.jonathancharles.com

Jonathan Charles-Indochine Collection-
Aidan Gray-Randal Weeks

 

Aidan Gray

Besides the unique idea of crafting a skirted console table in zinc metal is the fact that no two are alike as each are hand-painted and hand-finished. Designed by Randal Weeks, the Metal Skirt Console Table offers rustic character and distinct metal finishing.  www.aidangray.com

 

Alden Parkes

From the Oceana Collection, this elegant console table boasts a Champagne Leaf finish and a glass top. It stands 36” high x 60” wide x 18” diameter. www.aldenparkes.com

Alden Parkes-Oceana Collection.
Ella Home-wrought iron lighting

 

Ella Home

This Atlanta-based company specializes in high-quality wrought iron lighting and furniture, as well as hand-painted pottery. Since each item is hand-made from start to finish, the individual workmanship may cause slight differences in measurements and finishes. www.ellahome.net

 

Emporium Home

Ashley Childers, who pioneered the use of sliced agates as light diffusers on sconces and chandeliers, has been experimenting with LED. Her new Quartz Falls chandelier is comprised of large quartz crystal points illuminated by warm-white LEDs. A Satin Brass finish really sets it off. www.emporiumhome.com

Emporium Home-Ashley Childers
Paragon-Dream Ribbons mirror

 

Paragon

The Dream Ribbons mirror features beveled mirror ribbons surrounding a 13-inch round beveled mirror. It measures
34” high x 34” wide. www.paragonpg.com

3D Squared

This was the first time that this Boca Raton, Fla.-based decorative acoustic solutions company exhibited at High Point Market. This company has a vast portfolio of original art created specifically for acoustic panels. Who needs acoustic panels? Nearly everyone! Home theaters and residential media rooms plus restaurants and offices are among their clients. The panels absorb sound waves and prevent the waves from bouncing off of the many hard surfaces in any given room (including open work spaces and loft living areas). The panels come in 1- and 2-inch thicknesses and can be manufactured within 4′ x 10′ panels. Naturally absorptive, the panels can also be altered to have reflective or diffusive properties and can be finished with a decorative frame or any edge detail. Artwork consists of traditional patterns, photographs, and original art that can be customized to match your clients’ color palette. www. 3Dsquared.com

3D Squared-acoustic panels
Lumitonic-Table Top Lamps

 

Lumitonic

This Quebec-based company’s lamps and accessories can be used outside or indoors! Shown here are the Onyx Cylinder Large Tower & Top and the Greystone Floral Bowl (next to the bed). There are also combinations such as the cylindrical accent table in limestone with an onyx top. Additional materials include marble, lavastone, petrified wood, onyx, greystone, limestone, sandstone, and river bed stones. www.lumitonic.com

Regina Andrew

The Hero pendant in a Polished Nickel finish gives a Minimalist vibe with its grouping of metallic tubes with exposed bulbs (not included) on both top and bottom. The fixture may be hung with downrods, chain, or a combination of both. It is shown lamped here with six 40-watt candelabra-base incandescent bulbs. www.reginaandrew.com

Regina-Andrew-Home Lamp Collection
Wildwood-collection of lamps and lighting

Wildwood

This North Carolina-based manufacturer launched a 70+ collection of lamps and lighting with Biltmore®, the historic Asheville, N.C. estate. Each piece is inspired by the furniture, architectural elements, or artifacts from the landmark. Shown here is the Cornelia table lamp. www.wildwoodlamps.com

M3LD

This new company from Salt Lake City selected High Point Market for its first show — and what an impression it made! Business partners Andrea Beecher and Brian Garrett worked together as design consultants in a furniture store where they put together creative vignettes and displays and hoped to one day establish their own line of products. Then they met fellow designer Jason Frederick and soon that dream became a reality. The M3LD name represents the heart and brain of these 3 founding partners who meld unique and complementary skills with a passion for design. Their line runs the gamut from lighting pendants, lamps, tables, wall tiles, sculptures, and even pet dishes! www.M3ld.com

M3LD Lighting and Design

 

 





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