16 April 2010

22 new occasional tables in wood and metal


tfg is launching three contemporary occasional furniture collections at the High Point market this month. The collections, named for streets in Chicago, focus on the company's best-selling formats in accent furniture.
Wabash, Ogden and Foster all feature metal bases and wooden tops. Several of the Wabash tables feature storage options. The Ogden and Foster collections feature a new mid-tone brown wood finish named Safari.In all,the company is introducing 22 tables at the Market. tfg is part of tag, a source of home furnishings.



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15 April 2010

Bar stools covered in shag

Groovystuff launches its "Summer of Love" home furnishings collection at the High Point Market. Furniture embraces "genuine looks from the '60s and '70s," the company states. The collection combines original pieces in the Chris Bruning Signature product line with fabrics that are reminiscent of the era.
In addition to Summer of Love, other collections are  Prairie, Iron Horse, Adirondack, Back to the Roots, Kodiak, and Rocky Mountain.
The company offers a split container program.



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14 April 2010

Leather furniture from High Point



American Leather is introducing several new leather furniture items at the High Point market this month. Among them (from top to bottom): the Shaw, a buttonless biscuit-tufted bed with a tapered back and “snuggle” wings by Goodman Charlton; the Myer chair, with high-low/moveable plush back cushions and custom metal legs; and the Turrow chair with clean, curved T-back, also by Goodman Charlton.


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13 April 2010

Furniture, lighting in eclectic, traditional styles

Four Hands introduces 13 new furniture, lighting and accessory collections at the April  High Point Market. The styles range from urban contemporary to elegant traditional. Furniture is made with eco-friendly techniques.


The Rockwell collection (top photo), for example, has an industrial aesthetic that blends iron and distressed wood. The collection includes dining and occasional tables.

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12 April 2010

New furniture from a textile source

Textile source Company C expands its product line to include upholstered furniture. The furniture program (part of the fall 2010 collection) is designed to coordinate with the company’s bedding and area rugs and will launch at the April High Point market.
The furniture styles range from the classic rolled-arm Camden collection (see sofa in inset photo; click to enlarge) to the more modern profiles of Hanover and Halifax. Other designs include the Gretchen chair (below) and Rockport rug ottoman. The furniture is built with double-doweled construction, eight-way hand-tied springs, and either down-wrapped foam or eco-friendly foam cushions. Items are made in the U.S.A.

 Gretchen chairs

Natalie chair
Kasuri ottoman

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