High Point Market is coming up and the creative makers of furniture, accessories and more are readying their wares to be introduced to the design industry. InspireDesign curated a roundup of products that grabbed our attention, and we hope they will serve as a point of inspiration for you. This is part one of a two-part series of new introductions at the show.
A Bold Statement in Brass
Imagine a functional table with both elevated looks and unique charm. Curves define the entire structure of Arteriors’ Meadow cocktail table, softening its skilled metal craftsmanship. Look closely and discover a warm antique brass finish, with striking elements of the handmade—such sophistication. It is also available in a rich, bronze finish.
“Wonderfully playful curves dance around the entire structure of this cocktail table, creating the perfect, sophisticated addition to any hotel lobby or public space. Created with functionality and beauty in mind, this table pairs perfectly with the bronze version to create a yin and yang look and feel,” said Mark Moussa, founder and creative director, Arteriors.
A Twist on an Iconic Piece
Brown Jordan is celebrating its 75th anniversary with the launch of the Walter Lamb Aluminum Collection, which is a modern version of its most iconic Walter Lamb Bronze Collection, in a contemporary and elevated version.
When the original Bronze Collection was released in 1947, the series translated the mid-century design sensibility to the outdoors, as the country’s post-war boom led to the growth of the outdoor furniture market. The Bronze Collection is still highly sought after by collectors and design enthusiasts today.
“Walter Lamb was instrumental in helping to establish the brand DNA for Brown Jordan; the Bronze collection helped define American leisure furniture, and we are thrilled to honor that timeless vision,” said Stephen Elton, chief brand curator, Brown Jordan.
Lay Down on Linn
Copeland Furniture’s Linn bed will mark the use of reconditioned wood for an excellent design at a competitive price, according to the company. The Linn bed carries Copeland’s signature look and dedication to the environment. It’s a North American-made, solid walnut product.
“With Linn, we were trying to achieve a lighter scaled, soft Modern aesthetic that complements the upcycled raw materials and resonates with the eco-conscious consumer,” said Ben Copeland, director of sales & marketing, Copeland Furniture.