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It’s shaping up to be a wild week at High Point. From 1940s Miami–inspired outdoor sofas to enchanted-forest-themed tablewares, here are eight exciting debuts to keep you entertained on your flight to North Carolina.
The Citizenry debuted an artisanally made collection called Portraits. The series offers everything from a one-of-a-kind wall hanging crafted from upcycled cotton to hand-woven jute rugs and a wicker console table dubbed Penida.
Vaughan’s latest collection is teeming with geometric appeal. Currently on display inside the brand’s new showroom at 200 Lex, introductions include a bulbous table lamp bedecked in a translucent crackle glaze called Avebury and an art-deco-style wall light with two gracefully arched arms named Marlow.
Neighbor released an eco-friendly selection of outdoor furnishings titled Terra. The collection comprises a dozen clean-lined styles with plush, downlike cushions upholstered in recycled Sunbrella fabrics, such as a sectional sofa with a built-in slatted end table and love seat with a sleek aluminum frame.
Loloi Rugs launched a new collaboration with Michigan designer Jean Stoffer. The series spans four versatile rug collections punctuated by classic patterns and touchable textures, such as the jute-and-wool Cornwall, the fringe-edged Bradbury and the cozy-sweater-inspired Hendrick.
Erin Gates partnered with Kassatex on a bespoke bedding collection. Available in two colorways, Taupe and Slate, the coastal-style collab offers percale sheets, hand-stitched quilts, woven throws and toss pillows, including the wavy-lined Ripple duvet cover set and the dainty floral print Iris Block shams.
Kit Kemp’s collab with Spode is filled with sophisticated whimsy. The collection showcases a symphony of playful tabletop and decor pieces, including dinner plates adorned in an enchanted forest motif, gently rounded glass wine goblets and coffee mugs clad in characterful hand-painted illustrations.
Atelier Pendhapa teamed up with Métaphores for the Akar collection. Available at The Invisible Collection, the line features nine collectible furniture designs, each upholstered in a different Le Crin fabric, including a sculptural, solid lacquered wood side chair and a serpentine-framed bench available in black Javanese teak or European oak.
Harbour’s Collins collection is a love letter to the art deco movement. The series features a medley of outdoor designs—-including armless sofas, swivel chairs and a dining set—dressed in tubular cushions and ribbed teakwood frames inspired by the bold deco-style architecture of 1940s Miami.