Published on : Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Fall High Point Market will soon welcome a wide range of sources for inspiration, and exhibitors are ready to present the fruits of new and ongoing design collaborations at the event scheduled between October 16 – 20.
Ambella Home Collection enlisted designer-entrepreneur Erinn Valencich to imagine architectural forms for living, dining and bedroom spaces, crafted with sophisticated materials like bronze, marble and ebonized wood.
A painted Egyptian tile, a 19th-century American appliqued quilt, and a Meiji-period kimono are among the artifacts at The Metropolitan Museum of Art leading to The Met x Ann Gish debut collection of home textiles and accessories.
The husband-wife team at Carrier and Company Interiors considered relaxed yet elegant environments for the AD100 design duo’s first collection with Loloi Rugs, deftly layering color, pattern and texture.
The Scholar Series by David Phoenix includes seven groupings of images collected over time by the celebrated interior designer and tastemaker, now printed on paper and canvas from third-generation arthouse Soicher-Marin.
Family life inspires new items produced by Spectra Home —like a casual woven cane back chair covered in performance fabric—adding to their partnership with real estate developer and HGTV “Flip or Flop” star Christina Haack.
With a nod to the avant garde design tradition, Maxim Lighting Group launches its first ever designer collaboration, pairing Houston-based Nina Magon with Studio M Lighting, the company’s newest division.
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