Style Spotters Fall Preview

See our experts’ early entrants for best new styles status

Sleek, luxurious new sofa styles. Natural elements for interiors, and luxury lines for outdoor living. New colors, new geometries, new inspirations from ancient traditions, and opulent, eye-catching details. Take a look at just some of what our Style Spotters can’t wait to see.

Shayla Copas

James by Jimmy DeLaurentis

Sleek, classic and luxurious, accented with a contrast welt and button detail combined with bolster pillows on each end, the Gigi is one of my favorites. I am looking forward to seeing this gorgeous piece in person at Fall Market, and then taking in the many other fabulous introductions from Jimmy Delaurentis.

Gigi Sofa, James by Jimmy DeLaurentis

Kara Cox

Jamie Young Co.

Three slices of natural agate create a beautiful sculptural look formed of natural elements. Each piece is handmade and unique in soft neutral tones that highlight this season's warmer shades of taupe, beige and brown.

Trinity Wall Sconce, Jamie Young Co.

Cynthia Ferguson

Bernhardt Exteriors

As furniture companies continue to expand their lines for outdoor living at its finest, it is getting more and more difficult to tell outdoor sofas from sofas for your interior! The latest example is the Exteriors furniture line from Bernhardt, which can be used outdoors or IN. The Monterey sofa is stylish, upholstered, and uber chic.

Monterey Outdoor Sofa, Bernhardt Exteriors

Eric Haydel

Theodore Alexander

Part of the Alexa Hampton Collection for Theodore Alexander, the Max Bar Cabinet is the ultimate in functional entertaining sophistication! Smart and chic storage, paired with discreet LED lighting and artisan details should put this beauty on the top of every host and hostess’ wish list.

Max Bar Cabinet, Theodore Alexander

Max Bar Cabinet, Theodore Alexander

Benjamin Johnston

Linie Design

A Danish company, Linie Design is the biggest designer and wholesaler of handmade rugs in Northern Europe, and they are bringing some serious sophistication to High Point Market with rug designs like their Alton Combi. This bold, irregularly shaped rug is hand-tufted out of wool and shimmering yarns to produce an art piece as beautiful for the floor as it would be for the wall. The rug's coloration and geometric design are the perfect inspiration for an entire interior. I am excited to see what else they bring to market this fall.

Alton Combi Area Rug, Linie Design

Alton Combi Area Rug, Linie Design

Courtney McLeod

Michael Berman for Kravet

The Polara sofa from Michael Berman’s second collection with Kravet Furniture is a modern take on classic mid-century design. The curvilinear form references iconic designs from Finn Juhl and Jean Royere, but with a fresh eye and updated proportion. Sensuous, curvaceous silhouettes remain a key design trend.

Polara Sofa, Michael Berman for Kravet

Laura Thurman

Selamat Designs

This remarkable piece is a nod to traditional Japanese Shoji Screens, and a perfect balance of modern sophistication and a natural earthy sensibility. The blending of wood and rattan makes it a versatile piece that can transcend various design aesthetics. I can't wait to see it in person. It may not only be for my clients – I may just take this one home with me!

Stockholm Queen Bed, Selamat Designs

Erinn Valencich

James by Jimmy DeLaurentis

Opulent and eye-catching, with brushed brass feet that are one of my favorite details. I love the way they contrast against the vivid aqua-colored upholstery and contoured back. Also a huge fan of the bold curve that makes this piece stand out even more among so many classically angled sofas. I'm thrilled to see it in person soon!

Alessandra Loveseat, James by Jimmy DeLaurentis