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October 2018 - High Point Market

Finishing Touch

Accent furnishings in licensed designer collections complete the look

Whether he’s designing Hollywood-chic interiors for Khloe Kardashian, or receiving kudos for his work in leading publications like Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, House & Garden, W, Vogue, House Beautiful, Harper's Bazaar and more, Martyn Lawrence Bullard has the right stuff. Don’t miss his hotly anticipated collection for Corbett Lighting at the October High Point Market.

Barry Goralnick’s interiors have been showcased in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, The New York Times and international design publications. In his first partnership with Currey & Co, Goralnick’s new lighting collection features eight items that blend inspirations from industrial style with glamorous finishes, motifs, and details from a variety of periods.

The “Designing with a Deadline” designer and online influencer Denise McGaha has been a fixture on the shelter magazine show house circuit. In a first product collaboration with Currey & Co, her vast client experiences translate into a collection of table lamps featuring natural finishes, chalky plaster and gesso, and even upholstery, in new and unique forms.

To launch “The Classics,” an offering of lighting essentials reimagined for refined living spaces, Hudson Valley Lighting naturally tapped respected interiors and product designer Mark D. Sikes to collaborate. Get a first look at 36 new styles, including chandeliers, pendants, sconces and more – available in multiple finishes – during the October Market launch.

Loloi is behind the first-ever collection of rugs and pillows from international stationery and lifestyle brand Rifle Paper Co., highlighting the illustrations of co-founder and chief creative officer Anna Bond. Her work will be brought to life in a series of original designs inspired by the aesthetics of antique Persian carpets, lush gardens, and vintage patterns.

Multi-talented interior designer Barry Lantz began selling his artworks to clients as an extension of the personalized spaces created for them. Since then, his work has been featured in top furnishings showrooms, and Roche Bobois in NYC. Now, new paintings for Soicher-Marin will be on display in the exhibitor’s Hamilton-Wrenn district showroom.

Florence Broadhurst was a fearless designer who began crafting wallpaper in the ‘60s from a shed in Sydney, Australia. Her work lives on in a newly realized collection for York Wallcoverings, with 61 SKUs comprised of 12 designs in various colorways. The brand will also license her designs for area rugs in 2019, through a new partnership with Brink and Campman.

Gabriela Noelle revisits the human fascination with documenting time, in a new art collection presented with Zoe Bios Creative. Sun Dials, is a mixed media installation, or an invitation to transcendence, according to Noelle, through the study of reflections and shadow as we pass through the day. The artist encourages viewers to experience time and to break away from endless digital distractions.

Media Contacts

Corbett Lighting - Jessy Fofana
Currey & Co - Bethanne Matari
Hudson Valley Lighting - Jessy Fofana
Loloi - Jennifer Green
Soicher-Marin - Raymond Schneider
York Wallcoverings - Carol Miller
Zoe Bios Creative - Stephanie Adams