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Ethereal rock crystal prisms create a stunning natural sculpture from Bliss Studio.

The Art of Refinement Quiet luxury breeds effortless style BY TRACY BULLA

legant refinement made a sweeping statement in High Point, marked by luxurious materials and finishes, clean, streamlined designs and deftly restrained embellishment. Textural layering rounded out the atmosphere of low-key luxe. Key materials included lush leathers and velvets, mixed with hair-on hide, Lucite, shagreen, linen and silk in a sophisticated mélange of quiet elegance. Embossed croc and snakeskin finishes also entrance with heady texture. Light and natural wood finishes were prevalent, accompanied by paler lacquered options. Gold finishes continude to gain importance, while adding the requisite touch of sophistication. Stainless steel held it own, especially when combined with leather or hide. The palette of creamy neutrals — white, taupe and beige — contributed to the overall feeling of calm, refined luxury, while also creating the perfect backdrop for bold, saturated colors used primarily as an accent. Deeper blues such as navy and ink offered dramatic contrast to the pale neutral palette, with bolder brights

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such as peacock adding a vivid visual pop. Regardless of the application, blue emerged as the sought-after shade of the season. Other important accent colors include citron and orange, while all shades of purple and emerald green are on the rise. Classic design informed many of the hottest looks, pairing Greek key and bamboo fretwork with simple, clean styling for the most dramatic effect. Equestrian-inspired designs were also an important look, underscored by subtlety and restraint. Decorative embellishments were applied sparingly for the most dramatic impact and really pop this season. Again, the use of luxurious but refined elements such as gilding, crystals and quartz added the right note of look-at-me without screaming. Other natural elements such as capiz shell and mother-of-pearl enhanced the feeling of quiet sophistication. Prints were also an important element in the layering aspect, enhancing the primarily neutral palette and luxurious textural appeal. Not surprisingly, animal prints came on strong this season, combining the best of neutral and classic. Geometric patterns continued to dominate, especially chevron, flame-stitch and plaid, while abstracted, slightly ethnic interpretations infused a sense of both fun and sophistication.

Antiqued gold leaf sets off the lavishly textured Mandarin lamp, designed by Barry Dixon for Arteriors. Lean and lovely, the Rene Long bench from Julian Chichester highlights polished proportions with a faux shagreen finish in ivory.

HOT IN HIGH POINT Write On Calligraphy iconography lends dramatic impact to all manner of home accents

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Stylish Stalks Accent furniture, lamps and accessories reference the clean, organic design of bamboo

Gemology Natural gem stones such as rock crystal and quartz sparkle with a little added luxe for the home

Finish Line Shagreen finishes give a glamorous edge to design in classic neutrals and unexpectedly vibrant hues

Wild Kingdom Animal prints – think zebra, leopard and cheetah – dress up the home with a fashionable twist

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Saddleman’s stencils a stylized zebra pattern on hand-selected Brazilian cow hide.

Sumptuous cream hide upholstery tops elegantly tapered Lucite legs in Grace & Blake’s cleanly luxurious chair.

Made Goods fills a teak and Lucite table with sparkling white river stones to exquisite, almost otherworldly effect.

Studio A’s simple and understated Avola pillow boasts an eloquent braid front and back, fashioned from ecru linen and hemp.

Go Greek Greek key motifs highlight the eternal elegance of classical design elements

Fit To Be Tied Rope patterns give a subtle nod to nautical styling

Vancollier boldly juxtaposes zebra-patterned hair on hide with a Greek key base.

Purple Reign From lavender to iris, shades of purple are on the rise

Riding Lessons Equestrian themes present sophisticated, low-key luxury

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Gold Rush Gilded golden finishes are richly decadent this season

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Item #26294-1 Grancona

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Item #06083 Warehouse Clock with Grill

Item #19618 Neelab (Set of 2)

Item #23066 Keturah, Armchair

Item #41410 Whispering Wind (Set of 2)

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Bermuda Chair Shown in Sachi Ruby w/ Bella Black Buttons + Welt

Astoria Ottoman Shown in Texaco Oyster

Harvard Dining Chair Shown in Lithographie Feather

Brooklyn Short Chair Shown in Brown Crock

Hannah Storage Counter + Bar Shown in Savvy Lime

433 South Main Street High Point NC 27261 Phone: 336-889-2111 Email: pashahome@gmail.com www.pashahome.com

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Tinley Sofa Shown in Tucker Stone w/ Ford Black Welt

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Zoe Love Seat Shown in Savvy Lime w/ Crome Nails

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Belmont Chair Shown in Tess Fuschia w/ Ford Black Welt

Devon Sofa Shown in Savvy Chocolate w/ Colby Ivory Welt

Princeton Queen Bed Shown in Sachi Platinum w/ Crome Nails

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Polly say’s it’s Good! ART-AD-63C Parrot club chair

It’s always 5 O’clock here. AD-19 Party bar table AD-04 No arm stools

Don’t let the birds take your fish. RW-77 Wooden birds

Don’t get caught without your Lifeguard ART-AD-62 Lifeguard chair

Get on board or get off the dock! ADT-41 Square bar table ADT-04 No arm stools

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This is where the Big Fish are caught. Teak stern bar

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Let us guide the way. Table top buoys

Don’t let this fish set get away. Ad-42 Fish bar table Ad-04 No arm stools

We always have beer tomorrow. OT-02 Free beer tomorrow sign

It’s a Rod Bender! 2D-05 Dolphin

Whopper Stopper Wow! Teak table with 4 chairs – $330 Set (3 or more)

A little fishy or not. AD-11 Bar table AD-05 Bar stools & Ad-06 fish back bar stools

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Calligraphy This season, Chinese calligraphy inscriptions celebrate the decorative art of stylized, beautiful handwriting, infusing home accents with bold and ornamental style. A dramatic, high-contrast palette — ecru paired with deep ink or pure black — ensures exceedingly elegant, yet understated appeal. Sophisticated brush strokes bring this centuries-old art form most stylishly into the modern day realm of design. BY TRACY BULLA

Palecek hand-applies Chinese calligraphy to antique paper, creating a stylish suite of Asian wall art.

Ink-hued calligraphy makes a stunning stylized statement on Design Legacy by Kelly O’Neal’s upholstered chair.

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Hand-glazed ceramic reveals a decorative calligraphy motif in Barbara Cosgrove’s dramatic lamp, finished with a painted parchment shade.

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9984 Orli Chandelier

6445 Odalisque Table Lamp

4124 Delano Occasional Table

50 Best Friend Road Atlanta, Georgia 30340 Phone: 678.533.1500 Fax: 678.533.1499 Email: info@curreyco.com www.curreyandcompany.com

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Gem Stones

Get ready to be jeweled this season as gems sparkle brightly, casting a spell of outright luxury and polish. Natural mineral formations, such as rock crystal or geodes, present as stunning organic sculptures or highly decorative ornamentation. Other natural minerals — think alabaster and marble — play a large role in the latest introductions, especially in furniture and lighting applications. Designers, however, aren’t constricting themselves to the real thing, but are creatively working “faux” gems into the landscape. Look for these dazzling jewels to take shape as prints and patterns, particularly in renditions of malachite.

Tozai Home debuts a series of gemstone prints, designed by Dransfield & Ross.

Century’s malachite-patterned upholstery steals the spotlight in a lacquered fretwork chair.

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Chelsea House’s alabaster lamp takes its shape from a rough-cut gemstone for an organic modern look.

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72184 Stainless Steel Side Table

91-4501 Burlap Script Chair

1144V2 French Country Ladderback Chair

99816 Sage Chest

71073 Single Willoughby Cabinet

99814 Ombre Cabinet

2308 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23517 Phone: 888.325.7888 or 757.627.4844 Fax: 757.623.2084 info@furnitureclassicsltd.com

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2233: 49”X49” OA, MIXED MEDIA 9 PANEL THREE DIMENSINAL METAL ART

2222: 40”X60” OA, MIXED MEDIA THREE DIMENSIONAL WOOD AND METAL ART

2241-B: 39”X 52’ OA, BEVELED MIRROR PANLES

2229: 18”X18” OA, PAIR OF TWO MIXED MEDIA THREE DIMENSIONAL GLASS ART

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2212-B: 54” ROUND DIAMETER, NATURAL WOOD WITH A BLACK BORDER

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Bosco Wall Panel Item #: 355023 Dimensions: 40”h x 36” x 4”

Oslo Urns Item #: 258062 Dimensions: 21”h x 12”diam; 15”h x 12”diam

Pajaro Electrified Hurricane Item #: 548098 Dimensions: 19”h x 9”diam

Harlow Teak and Craked Resin Side Table Item #: 129044 Dimensions: 18”h x 26” x 18”

Soren Metal Boxes Item #: 825013 Dimensions: 11”h x 6” x 6”; 8”h x 6” x 6”

Melrose Square Table Item #: 115065 Dimensions: 16”h x 47” x 47”

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Greek

Key A traditional decorative element in both ancient Greek and Asian art, Greek key designs can symbolize — depending on how you look at it — infinity or unity, the twisting bends of a river, or the mazelike intricacy of a labyrinth. Take your pick because this striking design motif is enjoying a neoclassical revival this season. Look for Greek frets to adorn accent furniture, upholstery and pillows, and mirrors and more with an eye for instant captivation. Found in emboldened brights or luxe neutrals, the classic pattern employs timeless sophistication with all the style of a great Greek drama.

Worlds Away etches a labyrinthine Greek fret border in shimmering capiz shell for a truly stunning statement mirror.

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Greek keys dance across Cusquena, a new doublewoven and double-faced Peruvian flat-weave rug from AMS Imports, spiced with a rich, autumnal palette.

Thibaut’s Melrose chair flaunts fashionable meander upholstery, contemporized with a subtly blurred ikat effect.

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Rosa Daybed – Cappuccino

Palmer Sofa Grey Linen Mix

Cannes Arm Chair Brown

Victoria Dining Table Large Natural w/ Victoria Bench Small Natural

Castle Sofa – Brown

Mountain Teak Dining Table, Large w/Mountain Teak Stool Grey Fabric Marquis Side Chair Black

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V Rugs & Home “belts” crisp Irish linen pillows with real bamboo buckles for elegant, natural style.

Bamboo A perennial motif in design, bamboo re-emerges as a serious style contender this season. Prized for its simple, delicate beauty, the upright and elegant form of the shoot lends itself to many design applications while injecting a considerable dose of chinoiserie-laden charm. The fastgrowing, renewable nature of natural bamboo recommends its use for furnishings and decorative accents, making this timeless classic an evergreen favorite. BY TRACY BULLA

Global Views debuts the bamboo fretwork Cathay chair as part of the Colonial Williamsburg Collection.

Regina Andrew’s seductive little side table boasts finely sculpted bamboo legs and a distinctive hammered texture.

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Suffolk 2 Door Cabinet

Bracelet Mirror

Ebony Bar Cabinet

Norfolk Sideboard

Birmingham Tall Server

Suffolk Cocktail Table

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Urban Renewal 10195 DAB Dark Antique Brass Adj. H: 24.25-26.75” W: 11.25”

Dorset 10193 DCB Dark Coffee Bronze H: 30” D: 18”

Urban Renewal 10196 WZC Weathered Zinc Adj. H: 24.25-26.75” W: 14”

Shaw FL6309 DRI Dark Rustic Iron H: 64.5” D: 17”

Steven MR1137 CHT Chestnut H: 49.5” W: 40” E: 4.125” Bevel: 1”

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Seaside MR1164 WWH/GY White Wash Grey H: 42” W: 30” E: 1” Bevel: 1”

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Virginia Chandelier

Vanessa Cabinet

Corinne Lamp

Nina Table

Claudia Ottoman

Sierra Coffee Table

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Purple Shades of purple reveal a sense of relevant modernity, ranging from fresh pastel pops to rich, deep hues. Used as an accent color, a lively shot of lavender or lilac goes a long way in perking up a neutral setting. On the more understated side, subtle, luxuriant hues like plum and eggplant function as a decadent neutral backdrop to vibrant brights. Look for rugs, in particular, to revel in the plethora of purples on offer, complemented by highly covetable lamps, porcelain and pillows in this pleasing hue. BY TRACY BULLA Beautifully contrasting shades of purple enhance the botanical emblems of Mr. Brown’s pillow, backed in lush velvet.

Subtle geometric patterns lend a luxuriously textured effect to Safavieh’s organic viscose rug, highlighted with combination chenille loop-and-cut pile weaves.

Lively lavender refreshes Festoni’s classic wingback chair, featuring button tufting detail.

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Franklin Arm Chair

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Winston Dining table & Winston Side Chairs

Old Door Bed

Jada Sofa Mountain – Black

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Lucy Writing Desk – Aluminum w/ Georgia Armchair – Titan Gray

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Atlanta Warehouse: 1510-A Ellsworth Industrial Atlanta, GA 30318 PH: 404.351.4200 Open 6 Days a Week (Sundays by Appointment Only)

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61203 Hogan Hand-Carved Mirror

70351 Nailah Oil Painting

84626 Small Argolla Mexican Pottery Oversized Vase

29801 Maske Ceramic Lamp

84601 Caledonia Reclaimed Pine Wood 6-Drawer Dresser

84511, 84509, 84510 Small, Medium and Large Sanzio Recycled Glass Canisters

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French Carved Console TA-4137 / H:34” D:20” W:90”

Stella Mirror MR-2532 / H:56” D:1.5” W:46”

Bliss Studio Candlesticks and FUME Rustic Layered Pillars Collection WD-2339 / Renee Altar Candlestick / H:27.5” WD-4415-B / French Altar Candlestick / H:30” WD-4022 / Scroll Legs Candlestick / H:24” FUME / Rustic Layered Pillars / Various Sizes

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PL-4122 / Deco Deer Pillow / H:16” W:24”

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L34733

Primitive Art Glass Table Lamp 33.5” H

SF2045

Covered Beige Linen 3 Drawer Chest with Chrome Nailhead Detail and Trim. 32” H SF2058

5 shelf folding book case Faux Leather wrapped and stitched shelving, Bronze finished metal frame. 71” H x 53” W x 14.1” D

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Bloomed Column Table Lamp With Designer Accented Shade 34” H L34754

Mercury Glass Bottle Neck design Table Lamp 31” H

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Textured Framed Print 50” H x 50” W

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Berry Balls

Oversized Christmas Ornaments

Magazine Rack Set of 3 Woven Vase Tilted Design

Glass Spheres

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Nito Woven Vases Set of 3

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Rect. Antique Mirror Glass Container w/Stand – Nat Pensularia, Integ, Bankisa & Hydrangea White

Mini Square Antique Mirror Glass Container – Hydrangea Basil, Yellow & White

Tall Narrow Flared Antique Mirror Glass Container w/Metal Stand Pensularia, White Roses, Hydrangea Basil & White Black Beads & Crystal Handbag , Stone Bow Clutch w/Crystal Strap, Silver Plated Cuff w/Black Onyx

Mini Short Rect. Antique Mirror Glass Container – Hydrangea Basil

Horn & Metal Disc Necklace, Bracelet &Earrings

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Cambridge 3- Tier Accent Table – Rouge 20097-900-052 24”w x 14”d x 24”h

Metro 3 -Drawer Sink Chest 27030-110-401 44”w x 22”d x 36”h

Grafton Cocktail Table 06778-920-001 48”w x 48”d x 20”h

Loden Console Table in antique mirror 06788-850-001 60”w x 12”d x 33”h

Voranado Dovetail Console Table 27036-850-001 60”w x 20”d x 33”h Manhattan Bed King 24027-200-090 82.5”W x 84”d x 68”h

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Palecek, Hooker, Hubbardton Forge among Pinnacle Award winners SIXTEEN AWARDS WERE presented at the annual event hosted by the American Society of Furniture Designers on Oct. 15. “The Pinnacle Awards both honor and recognize creative, relevant and original designs in home furnishings that push our industry to the next level,” John Conrad, ASFD vice president and 2012 Pinnacle Awards chairman, said in a statement earlier this year. Winners were announced in 15 product categories and for the Green Leaf Award, recognizing sustainable design. In the Accessories category, the winner was Gilded Lotus wall décor, by Andrew Palecek for Palecek. The judges’ comments: “When it comes to dressing up a room, Palecek portrays a versatile art form in Gilded Lotus Wall Decor. The very interesting natural material exudes a glamorous ambience that is chic and ecofriendly.” Other accessories finalists were the Marjorelle mirror by Cecil Adams for Currey & Company, and the Maxwell ottoman by American Leather. In the Lighting category, the winner was Autumn Twilight chandelier, by Danielle Elise Dzurik and John A. Fretz III for Golden Lighting.The judges’ comments: “The Autumn Twilight Chandelier by Golden Lighting demonstrates an updated use of crystals in a modern interpretation of classic overhead lighting. The organic shape is very distinctive and unique. We think this delicious design is a great piece of bling for the home.” For the Occasional Storage category, the winner was Le Papillion chest, by Cindy Hall and Erica Wingo for Hooker Furniture. Comments: “The Melange Collection by Hooker Furniture takes an eclectic blend of color and texture to deliver artistry in unique accent pieces. We love the complex combination of materials that pairs a textural burlap finish with decorative painting. The chest has great proportion of scale to create a fun, cute gem that is pleasing to the eye.” For Occasional Tables, the winner was Avalon Heights, by Richard Schroeder, Denis Kissane and Gary Hokanson for Stanley. Comments: “Stylish, graceful lines lend a glamourous appeal to accent

tables in the Avalon Heights Collection by Stanley Furniture. The modern design is clean and beautiful with a geometric grid motif expressed in a handsome combination of metal and glass.” Andrew Palecek’s Petrified Wood Waterfall nesting table was also a finalist, along with the Arcos cocktail by Frederick Delafield for Bassett Mirror. Other winners are: Youth furniture: Abby, by Taylor West for Hooker Furniture. Casual dining: Artisan, by Richard Schroeder, Denis Kissane and Gary Hokanson for Stanley. Formal dining: Arrondissement, by Richard Schroeder, Denis Kissane and Gary Hokanson for Stanley. Motion upholstery: Brayden, by Tom Garland and Paul Zaidman for American Leather. Stationary upholstery: Varese Sofa, by Joseph Mallison for Century. Leather upholstery: Meridien Series, by David Vanderbloemen for Century. Home office: MIJO, by Caryn Donovan for Planum/Mobil Fresno, S.L. Home entertainment: MIJO, by Caryn Donovan for Planum/Mobil Fresno, S.L. Summer/casual: Elements Collection, by Richard Frinier, Martha Lopacki and Greg Robb for Brown Jordan. Bedroom: Caracole, by Jon Russell Koch for Schnadig International. Green Leaf Award: Brindille lamp, by David Kitts, David Martin and Zachary Pyle for Hubbardton Forge. Furniture/Today was the major underwriter of the 17th annual Pinnacle Awards. The sponsors included AF Lighting, Continental Hardware, enLIGHTenment, Furniture Design Studios, Hafele America Co., Hickory Springs Mfg., High Point Market Authority, Home Furnishings Business, International Market Centers, Leggett & Platt and Sherwin-Williams. Home Accents Today Editor in Chief Jenny Heinzen York served as one of the judges, along with retailers, designers and other members of the media.

Loloi unveils new branding, logo LOLOI DEBUTED ITS new logo and brand concept Oct. 14 at its High Point Market party. “A Pattern of Distinction” is the company’s new tagline, and a modern, stylized logo accompanies it. “A Pattern of Distinction has a clever double meaning that represents us well,” said Cyrus Loloi, company executive. “Our patterns on individual rugs are original and distinctive, but over time, we’ve also developed a pattern of introducing distinctive rugs and maintaining solid business practices.” The new logo is a stylized “L,” which subtly conveys the idea of a thread. According to Loloi, this imagery represents the material and techniques used in creating the company’s unique rugs. While the company’s full name, Loloi Rugs, was included on the previous logo, “Rugs” is absent from the new version. “Loloi has plans in the near future to expand into pillows, throws and other home furnishings,” Loloi said. “We wanted our new logo to be reflective of our plans to move forward.” This new brand identity will be included in all of Loloi’s future products and applied to all of its branding and marketing communications. In other company news, Loloi launched a social media campaign to raise funds for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. For every “Like” on Facebook or “Follow” on Twitter through the market period, Loloi donated $1 to the Dallas County Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. “We all know someone whose life has been touched by breast cancer,” Loloi said. “At Loloi Rugs, we will continue to support fighting this disease by contributing to a cure with the hope that one day this disease will be eradicated.”

Rizzy Home launches FYH by Vicki Payne Collection RUG, TEXTILES AND accent furniture source Rizzy Home debuted the FYH by Vicki Payne Collection during the High Point Market. Payne is the host of the syndicated television design and home improvement program, For Your Home by Vicki Payne. She has partnered with Rizzy Home to bring her classic, enduring and stylish designs to a new line of rugs and coordinating decorative pillows. The new rug collection is made of 100% wool, hand-tufted hooked rugs incorporating design ideas from Payne’s 68

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Rugs and pillows are part of the new collection.

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Carson Kressley visits High Point Market BY ALEXA BOSCHINI

CELEBRITY STYLIST AND fashion designer Carson Kressley visited the High Point Market as he explores expanding his signature brand beyond the runway and into the home. Kressley has been working with V&A Luxury Licensing, a licensing and brand development firm, as well as Michael J. Rabatin Design Studio, to bring his fashion expertise to the home decor market. “The leap from one industry to another is organic,” Kressley said. “I feel like there’s a strong correlation between dressing yourself and dressing your home. Furniture really is fashion.” In addition to his work as a fashion designer and stylist, Kressley is a best-selling author and has served as a style contributor on several TV programs. He previously appeared on Bravo’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, hosted Lifetime’s How to Look Good Naked and competed on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. He likened room design to fashion, with the sofa acting as the “little black dress” that can be accessorized around. “Women trust me to dress them,” he said. “I’d love to navigate them toward dressing their homes as well. Furniture as fashion makes total sense — that’s the way we live.” Kressley described his brand as “stylish and sartorial with a healthy dose of wit and fun.” He’s been interested in home decor since he was 9 years old, when he volunteered to decorate his family’s new house. After finding success in the fashion world, he said the time seems right to share his perspective in a new way. “You have to find the right partners. You have to start slowly,” he said. “It’s about building a brand, and that takes time.” Whatever form his foray into the home decor

Carson Kressley in IHFC’s Interhall during market.

industry takes, Kressley said he hopes to inspire people to be confident in their home fashion choices. “Staying home is the new going out,” he said, and he wants to help people create environments that make them feel good about themselves and their lives — to help them develop what he called “confident style.” “It’s about educating people,” Kressley said. “Knowledge is power, and when you know what you’re doing, you feel confident about it.” For more information, contact Gail Vasquez of V&A Luxury Licensing at gvasquezny@aol.com. Jenny Heinzen York contributed to this article

Hallmart Collectibles introduces Made in the USA collections TOP OF BED manufacturer Hallmart Collectibles launched a new line of Made in the USA products during the High Point Market. The line consists of 11 new collections, seven of which will be marketed under the Angelo: Home brand in collaboration with designer Angelo Surmelis. All of these sets are available as six-piece kings or queens consisting of one comforter cover, one removable comforter filler, two shams and two decorative pillows. The sets can also be purchased as eight- or nine-piece sets by adding three optional euro shams to the six-piece king set or two optional euros to the six-piece queen set. Some of the new Made in the USA sets are manufactured using cotton-based fabrics consisting of either a cotton twill, slubbed cotton linen or heavier linen textured fabric. Retail price points will start at $300. The company has also introduced a line of Made in the USA decorative pillows, which are two-sided with a different fabric design on each side. The pillows will have a zipper and removable filler, and will retail at $30. “We are very excited to have this opportunity to bring some of our manufacturing back to the USA,” said Jesse Galili, vice president of sales for Hallmart. “By manufacturing this product domestically, it allows us to offer our customers shorter lead times of two to three weeks.” “The response from our customers during the High Point Market was overwhelming and greatly exceeded our expectations,” said Harry Siegel, national sales manager for Hallmart.

Showroom design competition honors best in design excellence AT THE HIGH POINT MARKET press breakfast, the Market Authority presented Bernhardt with the prestigious Best of Market Award in the High Point Market Showroom Design Competition. The award singles out the best display for Fall 2012 as determined by a jury of respected industry editors. The panel of judges for the annual event included Newell Turner, editorial director of Hearst Publications; Mark McMenamin, senior editor at Interior Design; and Tobi Fairley of Tobi Fairley Design. Runners up for the Best of Market award this season were Miles Talbott and Standard Furniture. The Fashion Focus Award, a new award this year, was given to Surya for its fashionable display featuring a couture dress in Surya’s fabrics. Runner up for this award was Elaine Smith. For the People’s Choice Award, all market-goers 70

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This year’s People’s Choice Award winner, for the fourth year in a row, was Four Hands. Runners up in the People’s Choice competition included Universal and Wesley Hall.

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Allan Palecek, Jeffrey Alan Marks and Andrew Palecek at the launch of the licensed collection.

Palecek unveils Jeffrey Alan Marks Collection FURNITURE AND DÉCOR source Palecek debuted its licensed collection with celebrity designer Jeffrey Alan Marks in High Point. California-based Marks is the star of Bravo’s Million Dollar Decorator. Marks has been acknowledged by Elle Décor magazine as one of the 2011 “A-List” Top 25 Designers, by House Beautiful magazine as one of the most influential decorators in American history and by Hollywood Reporter as one of “The Town’s Most Wanted Decorators.” Jeffrey Alan Marks by Palecek includes about 80 pieces of furniture, accessories and lighting. Two distinct collections showcase Marks’s coastal and urban design aesthetic, with “an energetic, contemporary vision,” according to a press release on the launch. Palecek hosted a morning meet-and-greet with the designer Oct. 14 to celebrate the launch.

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Candice Olson greeted a large crowd at the Surya showroom during market.

Candice Olson visits Surya DESIGNER AND HGTV personality Candice Olson stopped by the Surya showroom during the market to discuss her rug collection, which features more than 100 designs in multiple sizes. Olson, who hosts Divine Design and Candice Tells All on HGTV, drew a large crowd of fans who were eager to learn more about her approach to design. Olson said she is drawn to traditional styles reinterpreted in a fresh, modern way. “What I simply love about traditional design is when it’s reinterpreted simply,” Olson said. Soft colors, subtle contrast and simple, elegant patterns define Olson’s collection for Surya, which she said she crafted with the bare essence of the design in mind. One of her rugs, for example, features an enlarged damask, its size emphasizing the pattern’s form. “I take out all the extraneous details, so I pare it down and then I super-size it,” Olson said. “That’s what makes that pattern new and fresh, but it’s still familiar.”

Design Legacy Arteriors adds hosts blogger Barry Dixon line Design Legacy owner Kelly O’Neal, left, hosted a book signing and prerelease party for Heather Clawson of the blog Habitually Chic, in his new company’s showroom at 126 Virginia Place.

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Arteriors Home unveiled its newest collection at the High Point Market, licensed with noted interior designer Barry Dixon. The new line, in the works for more than a year, includes accessories, lighting and wall décor from the Virginia-based designer and author.

Genevieve Gorder in the Capel showroom Oct. 14 with one of her new L’Alhambra rugs.

Capel adds to Genevieve Gorder line DESIGNER AND HGTV personality Genevieve Gorder visited the Capel showroom to mingle with buyers and discuss her latest rug collections. Gorder currently hosts her own show, Dear Genevieve, on HGTV, and also serves as a judge on HGTV Design Star. Her new collections of flat-woven rugs for Capel, called The Greek and L’Alhambra, emphasize striking geometric patterns. The collections showcase bright, playful colors that complement Gorder’s previous rug lines for Capel. The Greek is available in turquoise, salmon, dark blush and kettle, while the two-color L’Alhambra comes in mulberry/lilac, pigeon/salmon and turquoise/leo sun. “The colors are what you can be so playful with,” Gorder told Home Accents Today. “You can be as trendy and transitional as you want with color.”

Chelsea House fetes Lisa Kahn Interior designer Lisa Kahn visited the Chelsea House showroom Oct. 14 for a launch party celebrating her new collection of furniture, accessories, wall décor and lighting. She described this gold-toned étagère as her favorite piece in the line.

Timberlake at Shaw Living Bob Timberlake with Yvonne and L.D. Kelleher of The Rug Place, Baton Rouge, La., in front of one of the N.C. realist painter’s rug designs, based on one of his painter’s palettes, for Shaw Living. Timberlake greeted customers in Shaw’s showroom Oct. 13.

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