1. The Grand Traditions Collection by Marge Carson is all about craftsmanship. Bronze, gold and marble effectively give the living room range a royal feel

Left: 2. Traditional craftsmanship and modern details make this leather Hepworth Tufted Wing Chair from Hancock & Moore a must-have. Right: 3. The contemporary Greek Key Chest by Hickory White in a bold red shade, perfect to uplift any interior

4. Caracole’s fluid and sophisticated, Stand Alone console has a silver fox finish accentuated by silver swirl mahogany veneers

Left: 5. Arteriors’s Gatsby Cocktail Cabinet has etched gold doors that reveal an ebony stained interior, mirrored walls, recessed light, and a spot for your best liquor. Right: 6. The Lotus Bar Cabinet from Century is a wooden storage unit that functions as a mini-bar once opened

7. The Gibson Chair by Lilian August is defined by its high-back cushion with edges detailed in nickel ferrules and bone white legs

Left: 8. Designed using malachite and glass, the Malachite Coffee Table from Phillips Collection is a statement piece, ideal for modern homes. Right: 9. Lexington creates the Horizons Dining Table in a white oak veneer and a decorative metal base

10. Stanley’s new Panavista collection, designed using quicksilver, brass and alabaster, is inspired by the mid-century French era

Left: 11. Part of the Barbara Barry Collection by Baker furniture, this seater in exposed wood reflects a casual mood and the Baker Comfort Cushion completes its look. Right: 12. Inspired by the craze for all things traditional from the Regency period in England, the Nob Hill Stool from Theodore Alexander

13. Brass plating and tempered tawny glass come together beautifully in the Moscow Console by Curations

Left: 14. Majestic meets practical in this grey coloured hardwood Redux Ball & Claw Desk by Hooker furniture. Right: 15. The Roma Cabinet by John Richard has a distressed finish with handles in Aztec gold

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Promotion: Our top 15 finds from High Point Market

by Kamna Malik Jul 12, 2017
Held twice a year in North Carolina, US, High Point Market is one of the largest design trade shows in the world. With 2,000 exhibitors from 100 plus countries and covering over 11.5 million sq ft and 180 buildings, the event caters to serious retail home furnishings buyers, interior designers, architects and others in the industry. We make our selection of the most eye-catching pieces at the show.

1. The Grand Traditions Collection
The new range by Marge Carson is all about craftsmanship. Bronze, gold and marble effectively give the living room range a royal feel.

2. Hepworth Tufted Wing Chair
Traditional craftsmanship and modern details make this Hancock & Moore chair a must have.

3. Greek Key Chest
The contemporary piece by Hickory White is in a bold red shade, perfect to uplift any interior.

4. Stand Alone Table
Caracole has created a fluid and sophisticated table with a silver fox finish accentuated by silver swirl mahogany veneers. Its legs are in soft silver leaf. 

5. Gatsby Cocktail Cabinet
The etched gold doors of the cabinet by Arteriors reveals an ebony stained interior, mirrored walls, recessed light and a spot for your best liquor. 

6. Lotus Bar Cabinet
The wooden storage unit by Century functions as a mini-bar once opened. It provides ample room for bottle display along with a removable wine bottle storage stripe, one adjustable glass shelf and two drawers. 

7. The Gibson Chair
The seater by Lilian August is defined by its high-back cushion with edges detailed in nickel ferrules and bone white legs.

8. Malachite Coffee Table
Designed using malachite and glass, the table from Phillips Collection is a statement piece, ideal for modern homes.

9. Horizons Dining Table
The white oak veneer has a decorative metal base that showcases a hand-applied bronze finish in this dining table by Lexington.

10. Dresser from the Panavista collection
The new range by Stanley is designed using quicksilver, brass and alabaster and is inspired by the mid-century French era. 

11.Seater from the Barbara Barry Collection
The chair in exposed wood reflects a casual mood, with the Baker Comfort Cushion completing the look.

12. Nob Hill Stool
Inspired by the craze for all things traditional from the Regency period in England, the piece from Theodore Alexander pays an ode to classic fashion, architecture and design and comes with carved animal shaped legs and an upholstered seat.

13. Moscow Console
Brass plating and tempered tawny glass come together beautifully in this console by Curations. 

14. Redux Ball & Claw Desk
Majestic meets practical in the grey coloured hardwood desk by Hooker furniture.

15. Roma Cabinet
John Richard’s cabinet’s exterior has a distressed finish with handles in Aztec gold.


The ELLE DECOR team travelled to High Point Market, North Carolina courtesy High Point Market and Spaces Design Consultants, New Delhi.
Tel: +919810883467,+9810883461. Email: office@spacesdesign.in

SDC Home brings a variety of American luxury furniture curated under one umbrella