Editor’s Spotlight: Furniture Lighting & Decor Magazine

Editor-in-chief Diane Falvey looks at furniture trends emerging from the pandemic

The coronavirus is driving more than business. It plays into some of the biggest product trends emerging from High Point Market exhibitors. Reviewing a selection of five major showrooms, we see consumers looking beyond home offices and outdoor spaces to nesting, comfort, and happiness at home.

Bernhardt Furniture Company

Bold contrast and clean lines characterize Silhouette from Bernhardt. The collection shows off dramatic details in black and white. Sleek linear forms find balance with pattern, texture, and curves.

Bernhardt

Classic Home

The Avalon area rug from Classic Home in Honey Gold is designed for indoor or outdoor spaces and features layers of texture designed to warm up any space.

Classic Home

CR Laine Furniture Company

The armless Hawkins accent chair from CR Laine is customizable via a variety of fabrics, including Landry Autumn, which adds a bold, yet warm pop of color to a room.

CR Laine

Crystorama

A unique combination of texture and mixed materials create a strong visual impact in the Poppy chandelier from Crystorama.

Crystorama

Pacific Coast Lighting

The Finley lamp from Pacific Coast Lighting touts a resin body with a rattan wrap and off-white linen shade, bringing natural materials to a classic table-style profile.

Pacific Coast Lighting

About Diane Falvey

Editor-in-Chief of Furniture, Lighting & Decor (FLD), Diane has been entrenched in the home industry for much of her career. Her editorial focus has spanned housewares to gift to home furnishings. The thread Falvey carries through her experience is a connection to independent retail and design businesses, and her goal has been to share the insights and trends that help elevate these players through print, digital and – when possible – in-person events. She was on the ground for the October High Point Market.