The World Over

Global perspectives inform spring product debuts

Exhibitors bring new furnishings and design ideas from around the world to attract attendees at High Point Market, April 2 - 6.

Located at the center of India’s home fashion and design precinct, Condor captures the Emerald green trend in Jungle and Ferns, its newest, coordinated collection of handmade linen throw pillows.

Condor

Japanese designer Hiroshi Koshitaka connotes rebirth and regeneration with the Saisei Grande chandelier, produced by Currey & Co in rattan that is hand-wrapped around a galaxy-inspired wrought iron frame.

Currey & Co

Bespoke Nepalese is an original, hand-knotted design crafted in wool and silk from French Accents, Rugs & Tapestries, which is available in both standard and custom area rug sizes.

French Accents, Rugs & Tapestries

Using only solid Walnut and brass fasteners for its Knockdown Bookshelf, Kamiya Furniture is a North Carolina custom furnishings resource among the eight makers and brands exhibiting at COHAB Space.

Kamiya Furniture

Juxtaposing modern and traditional elements while addressing scale for smaller spaces, Mr. Brown London debuts its slender-framed Cornette arm chair that can be used for dining, or as an accent.

Mr. Brown London

One of six Black creatives tapped for The Voice Collection debuting at April Market, interior designer and influencer Carmeon Hamilton conceived of the modern Etta Coffee table for TOV Furniture.

TOV Furniture