Collaborations to Note at High Point Furniture Market 2019
North Carolina-based High Point Furniture Market 2019 is about to kickoff. And fabulous innovative new partnerships between top interior designers and product brands are majorly on the Lh radar. With over a dozen exciting new collaborations between names you are sure to know, the partner power is on fire this market. So, here are a few of the collabs we are most looking forward to seeing!
Must-see Partnershipsat High Point Furniture Market 2019
Ryan Korban X EJ Victor
New York-based interior designer, Ryan Korban has partnered with luxury furniture company EJ Victor on a new line of home furnishings which will debut at High Point Furniture Market 2019. The 40-piece collection consists of versatile lifestyle pieces that go from seating and tables to beds and lighting. It will feature re-creations of pieces that Ryan has designed for fashion houses.
Carrier and Company X Century
Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller, the husband and wife duo behind Carrier and Company, are launching a new collection with Century. Noted as a furniture line that truly defines their aesthetic and their brand, the result is a line of more than 50 luxurious-but-practical pieces of bedroom, dining, and upholstery furnishings.
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Ray Booth X Hickory Chair
Custom wood and upholstery resource, Hickory Chair has partnered with acclaimed Alabama-based interior designer, Ray Booth to create a furniture collection. The line will be introduced during High Point Market 2019 and includes pieces for the bedroom, dining and living room which reflect Ray’s philosophy that a home should be felt as much as seen.
Nina Magon X Universal
The founder and principal designer of Contour Interior Design, Nina Magon is launching a new collection with Universal Furniture. The line is set to bring the traditional European style to an American audience. With 50 pieces between casegoods and upholstery, modern shapes and bold colors dominate this collection.
Frank Ponterio X Arteriors
From rope and vellum to brass knuckles, Chicago-based interior designer and materials master, Frank Ponterio has created a sophisticated collection for Arteriors set to debut during market. The collection includes 29 designs ranging from mirrors, accessories, lighting and a pair of cocktail tables. The piece de resistance is surely the Salotto cabinet. Both a nod to the designer’s Italian heritage (it’s inspired by bronze doors at Villa Necchi in Milan) and a wondrous sight, we have a feeling this piece is even more beautiful in person!
Words by Rita Archer
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