Published on : Thursday, March 17, 2022
Drawing from natural landscapes to beautify interior spaces, look out for the botany-inspired furnishings design trend when you visit exhibitor showrooms at High Point Market, April 2 – 6. The new Panoramic sideboard by Egg Design for Ngala Trading features a lush, African wildlife scene spanning across all five of its doors, supported by a bronzed steel base.
Cut from metal and then powder coated for a lasting finish, Phillips Collection debuts lacy artistry in its Black Flower wall art, available in a variety of sizes that allow for customized groupings.
Stunningly detailed still life studies by deaf artist Eelke Jelles are informed by his travels on foot throughout bucolic France, Switzerland and Italy, then translated to natural cotton sateen by Poetic Pillow.
Self-described sunny and vibrant creative Siobhan O’Dwyer manipulates and colorizes traditional photography to create new digital images for her Wildflower Collection of artworks, launching this season at Splashworks. From the design collaboration She She x Tempaper , the Flamingo Salinas peel-and-stick wallpaper, shown in color Sea, embodies the wild energy and humble character of the island of Curaçaco.
Mosaic artist Allison Eden brings her ebullient perspective to a new furniture collection for ZUO featuring her custom printed textiles on upholstered seating in patterns like Modern Floral.
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