Published on : Monday, May 17, 2021
During the June 5-9 High Point Market, luxury furniture manufacture Hickory Chair is celebrating its 110-year anniversary and sister brand Pearson is celebrating its 80-year anniversary. As part of the celebration, Hickory Chair will unveil its new Haut Marias collection by Suzanne Kasler and Pearson will unveil additions to its signature collection with Kim Scodro in addition to a new Pearson occasional wood collection.
Hickory Chair launched the Suzanne Kasler collection in April 2008. The company said it found immediate success and “solidly positioned Hickory Chair as a destination for not only customized wood and upholstered furniture, but also for its breadth of style, from classic, modern and continental for the design trade and luxury retail.” The Haut Marias collection continues this path with an assortment of upholstery, dining room and bedroom furniture.
“All of us at Hickory Chair cherish Suzanne’s dedication and partnership with our company’s craftsmen to create elegant, timeless upholstery and wood products that have delighted designers and their clients worldwide for the past 13 years,” said Kevin Bowman, president of Hickory Chair, in reference to the Hickory Chair North Carolina workroom where the product is made. “The new Haut Marais collection blends beautifully with her existing collections while expanding the breadth of style and fashion into a sophisticated yet more casual aesthetic.”
Pearson, which moved to the Hickory Chair showroom in space 314 of Market Square last fall, is adding product to the Kim Scodro collection in addition to new occasional items this market. The company said that each piece will be stocked in its standard finish, adding that most new items also will be available in various custom finishes and custom-matched panel finishes to help designers personalize pieces for their clients. This product also is produced in Hickory by employees with many years of experience.
“This beautiful new collection of Hickory Chair occasional items for the Pearson collection allows the talented artisans and craftsmen in our workroom to customize each piece in a bespoke finish,” said Parker Goss, vice president, merchandising.
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