Published on : Monday, April 26, 2021
Full-line vendor Fairfield is celebrating 100 years of business at April Premarket with new introductions and extensions to existing collections. Fairfield’s showroom is space 100 of the North Court at 200 N. Hamilton St.
After a year of market closures, Fairfield recognized the importance of showing new products for customers that might make a buying trip to High Point in April rather than June. Fairfield’s energy has been focused on introducing products that did not take away from domestic upholstery capacity due to material shortage. “This year has been so disruptive, we felt it was important to make our showroom available for customers coming to High Point, many of which have not been in over a year,” said Dixon Mitchell, CEO of Fairfield. “All of our customers are in desperate need of refreshing their retail stores due to the increased consumer demand, and we’re here to listen to their needs and adapt.”
The Aero chair, inspired by elements of a WWII fighter plant chair features channelled quilting on the seat cushion and inside back, cover in hand-distressed Italian leather. New introductions on display at Premarket include Arcadian, 20 pieces for occasional, dining and home office reflecting characteristics of rural architecture and pastoral charm. Pieces feature a heavily distressed patina of scratches, knots and nicks in a natural finish.
The Leather Reserve is a married chair collection of six lounge chairs and two swivel chairs featuring hand-crafted, buttery-soft Italian aniline leathers. All chairs are planned to be in stock and available for immediate shipment. The East Camden collection, which juxtaposes casual textures with brilliant gold accents, Carrara marble and a textured finish in pearl, adds a home office writing desk, lateral unit with display hutch and mobile file unit. Scaled for people working at home in small spaces, the additions were designed to offer as well a functional but design-driven display cabinet when entertaining.
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