A consistent seller for Furniture of America was this new motion sectional with two armless chairs.
Editors and writers from RetailerNOW roamed High Point market looking for fresh looks for your store. Here are a few of their favorite things.
Castelle’s Trento collection was a big hit with retailers.
Looking for a creative way to show off your hardware options? Addison Weeks was really branching out with its ideas.
Coaster’s new Scott Living bedroom set features two bed options with or without storage, a nightstand with USB charging ports and sensor lighting—all on a clean line design with geometric inlay fret work.
Currey & Company’s Abenaki table lamp pairs well with its rope-wrapped Kaipo two-drawer chest.
Drexel’s Delicious walnut dining table and Busy desk chairs prove you can mix business with pleasure.
Emerald’s Macyn sectional—it’s first all U.S.-made offering—features a storage console with two USB outlets, deep seating and lots of style.
Jofran’s elevated dining table and chairs from the Cannon Valley Collection can be used for casual or formal affairs.
Henredon’s two-way chaise wows you coming and going.
Hues of blues, like Norwalk’s Louisa queen bed, were popular at market.
This fiery red and deep sky-blue Prismatic rug from Nourison has an intense luxury all its own. This handmade beauty is 50% wool, 50% luxcelle with a carved, hand-tufted pile.
You can feel the warmth of the Cristobal Door Chest from Thomasville’s Ernest Hemingway collection.