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September 2020 - High Point Market

Naturally

Keep it light

Interior decor trends come and go, but pale wood finishes, natural textiles, and hand crafted looks will endure if these Fall Market debuts have anything to do with it.

The Chicago-based designer behind first-time exhibitor Beech Boy crafts custom and commissioned furniture along with his own artful works like this chair entitled if only i could come back as a flower.

Leave it to Classic Home to deliver on a laid-back, Venice Beach vibe with their lifestyle collections, including this season’s Ezekeil pillow, featuring vegan leather and boho-chic embroidery details.

Malouf adds Salt Flat™ modern furnishings made with natural materials to its family of brands, going beyond innovative sleep products for the bedroom. As a Certified B® corporation, business is a force for good - and in this case, it's a force for good design, too.

With its reputation as a source for organic and elemental accent items, Studio A Home stays true to form with a new Portuguese ceramic Melting vase in creamy shades of white and ivory.

Surya introduces Camille, a hand knotted wool rug with a Morrocan-styled pattern, presented in a neutral palette. The area rug specialist offers custom sizes to lay the foundation for any room or space.

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Media Contacts

Beech Boy - Danny Rosa
Classic Home - Chaz Silva
Malouf - Scott Carr
Studio A Home - Cheyenne Oliver
Surya - Parvati Tiwari