Every six months we travel to High Point, NC to attend High Point Furniture Market. One might think that seeing all the new furniture designs and collections would be the highlight of our trip, but ultimately, getting to connect and catch up with our furniture family takes the cake. It almost becomes a big family reunion, with our time together becoming more and more special each market. We get to catch up with our fabulous reps, customer service reps, owners and presidents of the companies, the designers who've created these masterpieces, and everyone in between. We feel such pride that we get to work with talented and passionate people -- the whole reason we do what we do!
We return from HPMKT filled with so much joy and inspiration, reminiscing on the whirlwind that is market. While we're still feeling all the feels, we want to share it with you -- beginning with our favorite new designs from Hancock & Moore -- plus a sneak peek of what will be arriving to our floor in the next few months. We'll be featuring favorites from our other brands in upcoming blog posts, so stay tuned for more with them.
Without further ado ... here's
HANCOCK & MOORE
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Sunbrella Network Collection
Inspired by the fast-paced world of social media networking and the growing human obsession of online instant gratification, internationally-acclaimed designer Richard Frinier’s award-winning Network collection featuring Sunbrella fabrics is a subtle yet transformative layering of constructions, patterns and colors that capture and suspend the attention span.
Desiring to press pause and capture the world’s digital landscape, Frinier has created energetic styles that reference his interpretation of shared digital content – seeking to translate internet lexicon into original, relevant and memorable textile creations that are universal and immediately distinguishable by design.
“I especially like the range of color contrasts we were able to achieve from more subtle tone-on-tone hues to experimenting with a wavelength of frequencies and fusion of color combinations that adapt easily across any upholstery application for both interior and exterior spaces."
- Richard Frinier
Exclusive Sunbrella Designs
Pindler’s Exclusive Sunbrella® Designs is an extensive collection of upholstery patterns, textures and solids for indoor/outdoor use.
Functional, trend-setting Sunbrella® is the perfect fabric for casual indoor and outdoor living.
Developed from several years’ experience, Sunbrella® is made of durable solution dyed all-weather acrylic. As a result, Sunbrella® is amongst the most dependable brands of beautiful Indoor/Outdoor fabric.
- Feels soft and comfortable
- Retains its color and strength
- Withstands years of normal exposure to the elements
- Resists mildew, rot, chlorine, and atmospheric chemicals
- Cleans very easily: To clean, spot wash briskly with a lukewarm solution of mild liquid soap & water. Rinse thoroughly with clean water to remove soap & then air dry.
- 5 year limited warranty on Sunbrella® fabrics
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"The intersection where modern meets antique is an exciting place from which I create.
I believe that contrast and connection between then and now provides nuance, depth and emotional context to an interior.
The juxtaposition of old and new is a signature of my work. I marry antiques with more modern, clean lined furniture. I am most drawn to antiques of an atypical Continental style; pieces that demonstrate an innovation for their time. I am equally attracted to the quiet modernity of Asian and African heirlooms–accents that are spiritual and grounded, timeless and timely. "
"The Collection is intended to inspire new thoughts on design that push our ever-evolving desire for creativity and inventiveness.
Sofas in my collection offer gracious thin, Tapering arms with subtle curvilinear details; their proportions extending longer than a typical standard sofa, their seating–a little lower. Chairs adapt a similar posture with bases that are fashioned of thin steel bar stock. Open back chairs of linen and leather offer an unexpected lightness of mass.”
“This collection reflects my own journey of contrasts and connections -pushing the boundaries of how we see and experience the world around us.
It is my dream that these new designs will be cherished for generations in the way so many antiques have made their way into our collective consciousness.”
An Alabama native and alumnus of Auburn University’s School of Architecture, Ray Booth launched his career with McAlpine. Moving to New York soon after, he had successful tenures in the offices of such distinguished design talents as John Saladino and Clodagh. A decade later, reuniting with Bobby McAlpine, his former professor, Ray returned to McAlpine as a partner in its interior design firm. These days, Ray divides his time between the firm's Nashville office and its expanded New York office, which allows him to keep one foot in the city and otherin his native south.
A member of the prestigious AD100 list of top designers, Ray is the author of Evocative Interiors, his bestselling first book published by Rizzoli in 2018. Ray’s received significant recognition from the nation’s most prestigious publications, including covers of Architectural Digest and features in Elle Décor, Veranda, Milieu, Wall Street Journal, and Vogue.com.
In 2019, Ray Booth launched his inaugural furniture collection with Hickory Chair and his first accessory and lighting collection with Arteriors. With an undimmed passion for beauty, Ray shares his life and homes in New York and Nashville with his husband John Shea.
Liora Manné’s fabrics, wall coverings and rugs are created through her patented needle punch process. Polyester fibers are hand punched with a needle, much like the ancient art of felting, to create a design. These small hand needles are used to poke the fibers which bind them together; the needle punching pushes the fibers through each other making the fibers attach.
After the hand punching is complete, the fabric is put through a large needle punching machine which presses the fibers, flattening them and securing them together. No glue or sewing is used.
Once the fabric has been completely needle punched and passed out of the machine, it is coated with a binder for durability, and nano silver particles are added to make it antimicrobial. This process makes the product mildew free and stain resistant.
Liora Manné has created artistic, durable and healthy products that can be used for hospitality, universities, healthcare, museums, libraries, corporate spaces, outdoor, and more. The possibilities are endless.
The Design & Ordering Process
Tell us about your contract, hospitality, residential, or healthcare project.
Send us (or bring in) your inspiration: a sketch, painting, photograph, etc. We can also look at designs already in the Liora Manné catalog.
Have a specific color scheme in mind? We can match any pantone, paint color, or fabric.
We'll work with the Liora Manné team in NYC who will then create a "strike-off" for review. The "strike-off" will be soft & lofty so that changes can be easily made before you sign off on the design.
The design and specs will go to the factory and you'll have your choice of a 60 or 90 day lead time.
We can't wait to see what you create!
I loved the creative ways everyone from Ray Booth for Hickory Chair and Ralph Lauren for Visual Comfort have used these forms to great effect."
not only in color (green) but also in product construction and application.
The Poppy Armoire by Selamat Designs is the perfect example. It's constructed of a wood frame, white lacquer doors and raised gold and rattan motif. The intricacy was exquisite, a beautiful display of natural sophistication, and a nod to Art Nouveau."
Hoff Miller, Ltd
Located in the Denver Design District, we have been a trusted design resource to Interior Design professionals since 1985
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