Furniture Trends

Blissful Comfort in Every Style and Price Point Dominates Fall High Point Market Introductions

Furniture designers understand that Americans are still adapting to dramatic lifestyle changes brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic. Among those is the ongoing demand for spaces that prioritize relaxation and well-being. Skyrocketing housing prices mean families are not able to simply “trade up” or elect to move out of a stressful urban core to gain the function and comfort they crave … so manufacturers of residential furniture are infusing new designs with multi-function, blissful comfort and a host of nature-inspired and calm-inducing materials. As these new products enter the marketplace in coming months, consumers seeking to create the ultimate haven of relaxation will not be disappointed.

Baker | McGuire

319 North Hamilton Street

Media Contact: Erica Wingo

This fall Baker | McGuire is introducing both The Baker Resort Collection® and The Baker Resort Collection® for McGuire. This furniture ensemble is inspired by coastal vacations and modern luxury living, brought to life with natural materials, clean lines, indulgent textures and simple yet elegant forms. The Baker Resort Collection includes 50 distinct pieces for bedroom, dining room and living room. Lena grey marble, natural and blackened bronze and matte plaster make a statement on several signature pieces, along with new finishes in Oyster and Madeira. Reinforcing McGuire’s reputation for organic luxury, The Baker Resort Collection for McGuire offers 42 pieces ranging from beds and dressers to dining tables, spot tables, lounge chairs and more. Unique materials include madeira leather cord, oyster leather cord, stream onyx and white bronze. Also new is the Paola Navone Collection, a collaboration with Italian architect and designer Paola Navone and her design firm, OTTO Studio. The 24-piece collection includes tables, seating and lighting inspired by Mediterranean traditions of informal and relaxed gatherings. Finally, Baker | McGuire will debut the Baker Essentials Dining Collection comprised of three tables and nine seating styles designed with comfort and simplicity in mind. The designs expand on the Baker Essentials upholstery collection introduced in the spring. /


IHFC D-724

Media Contact: Jennifer Green

Expanding its selection of storage solutions, BDI introduces the Mesa and Ripple credenzas. Designed by Jason Guidry, both pieces feature sinuous carved doors made possible through a molded construction process that brings depth and tactile dimension to each cabinet front. Ripple artfully imitates rippling waves and is available in serene Ocean Blue or Stone Grey. Mesa’s vertical, angular pattern evokes tree branches and is available in Moss Green or Stone Grey. Both have adjustable glass shelves, utility storage drawers, wire management for light media use and soft-close doors. Also new: two versatile table collections, two mirror designs for the LINQ bedroom collection, and a small home/office desk.

BOBO Intriguing Objects

Showplace, 3rd Floor

Media Contact:  Kristin Hawkins

Making its debut as part of the Hooker Furnishings family, BOBO Intribuing Objects will unveil one of its largest product introductions in the company’s history this fall with nearly 200 new lighting and decorative items. The lighting introductions include a major expansion of the company’s best-selling, hand-blown glass lighting from Poland. Décor introductions include an eclectic assortment of tabletop accessories, planters, candles, art, mirrors and textiles, all curated by BOBO founder, Mark Sage, from his worldwide travels.


Showplace, 3rd Floor

Media Contact:  Kristin Hawkins

Featuring new traditional and soft transitional styling, Bradington-Young unveils three new stationary sofa groups, each with coordinating recliners or swivel chairs. The Emyrsen upholstery group has a low profile and a slender arm. It is shown in Steeplechase Sky Mist, a buttery-soft aniline leather that is one of more than 150 leathers and 200 fabrics offered.  The Winter upholstery group has angular arms and a plush, low seat, while the Tatum group has tall, tapered legs and slender, flared arms with nailhead detailing. Tatum is shown in Vintage Ink, a water buffalo hide with a waxy topcoat and slightly distressed appearance. Bradington-Young also has seven new recliners and four swivel chairs joining the company’s wide array of motion offerings.

Century Furniture                         

200 Steele Street, Suite 213

Media Contact: Comer Wear

New to the Carrier and Company collaboration with Century Furniture is Carrier and Company Outdoor for Century, more than 25 pieces of outdoor furnishings offering diverse styles and materials influenced by French bistro dining, Danish mid-century design and even 70s maximalism. Gio features a hand-formed, arched rattan frame, while Sloane has a contemporary, powder-coated aluminum frame that hints of Palm Beach or Palm Springs. A whole home collection, Cadence, is also new, offering a distinct nod to classic forms skillfully edited and reimagined. It employs a variety of materials, including understated casual oak, brushed bronze metal, translucent Lucite, classic white marble and high-sheen lacquers, along with boucle and soft-textured fabrics for added tactile richness. For the bedroom, a poster bed reimagines a classic silhouette with a contemporary twist: a light bronze metal canopy. For dining, the classic trestle-base table receives a touch of modern sophistication with transparent Lucite legs. Stand-outs in the occasional category include a console and cocktail table with dramatic leg turnings.


200 Steele Street, Suite 206

Media Contact: Andrew Crone

A “revitalized” showroom will showcase Chaddock’s designers, with each receiving a dedicated area to showcase their unique style. Among them, Larry Laslo channels the recent “Barbie” movie with a pink Kravet Couture animal toile on his Dawson armchairs. Benjamin Johnston will showcase an expansion of his Bruno Sectional program, and Mark Sikes will spotlight a new hardware collaboration with Modern Matter.

Coast2Coast Home

IHFC C-1103

Media Contact: Mary Foret

More than 150 new pieces are added to the Coast2Coast Home line this fall, including several new dining and occasional collections and a wide variety of accent chairs and case pieces. Among them the Gateway collection offers several dining variations with complimentary storage furniture showcasing curvilinear designs paired with deep finishes and natural wood graining on solid mango wood. Two new four-door credenzas are designed to be the focal point in the room, one with a lattice design and Laurel green finish and the other with sweeping curves carved into the light cream finished doors.

Copeland Furniture                         

Showplace 5th Floor

Media Contact: Ben Copeland

Copeland is stepping into the upholstered seating category this fall with the launch of Sierra, which includes both seating and occasional pieces. Ben Copeland, director of sales and marketing, says the introduction aligns with the Vermont-based company’s vision as a whole-home brand. Sierra seating showcases the company’s wood craftsmanship and joinery with exposed wood frames on accent chairs, loveseats and sofas complemented by an assortment of occasional tables. All are offered in solid oak, cherry and walnut, all sustainably sourced from the American Northern Forest. The family-run business operates a state-of-the art manufacturing facility on the banks of the Connecticut River in Bradford, Vermont.

CR Laine                                           

310 North Hamilton Street, Suite 204

Media Contact: Stephanie Boyett 

CR Laine announces that traditional elements are making a comeback. Think draped skirts, contrast welt and refined English arms, but with updated prints and mixed with modern styling. Brown is back with a warm gray undertone. Natural greens are being used as neutrals, displacing gray (finally). Bold splashes of color provide much-needed inspiration, whether in rich spice tones or a Barbie-pink-and-green whimsical floral.

Drew & Jonathan Home                  

220 South Elm Street

Media Contact: Kristin Hawkins

Building on the Drew & Jonathan Home brand in partnership with Scott Brothers Global, Hooker Furnishings’ Pulaski and Samuel Lawrence Furniture divisions both have introductions this fall. SLF is introducing the Lanier bedroom group, part of a new design aesthetic for the brand: Lakeside. Previous offerings spanned four design aesthetics: California Coastal, Urban, Pacific Northwest and Regency Moderne. The casual Lakeside design theme draws inspiration from Drew and Jonathan’s love for the outdoors, with pieces reminiscent of family vacations at the lake. Lanier uses white oak veneers in warm wood tones, arched detailing on headboards and mirrors, trestle-style table bases and post-style case frames.  The accent items from Pulaski include spot tables, entertainment consoles, writing desks and bar cabinets. Among the stand-outs is a striking blue bar cabinet with gold-tone hardware and ample storage space.


IHFC C-601

Media Contact: David Crimmins

Flexsteel has relocated its showroom one floor up, from the fifth floor to the sixth floor, of the Commerce Wing in the IHFC. New products showcased in the space include the Grace leather sectional, sofa and chair, all designed with a curved back profile and narrow track arms. The Thomas stationary collection, including a sofa, loveseat, chair and ottoman, features a retro-inspired, mid-century modern profile with round tapered legs. The Sky sectional is offered with nine modular components and features CloudLux cushions – a hypoallergenic down alternative providing luxury loft and comfort. The Henry power reclining sectional elevates comfort with a generously-scaled frame, contoured seats and padded arms. In addition to zero gravity power recline technology, it offers power headrests and lumbar controls on both ends. Zecliner Petite is designed for people under 5 feet tall. It has a power headrest, lumbar and recline with zero gravity technology, along with motion-sensitive LED base lighting that can be controlled with an app. Lattice is a new dining group featuring a round table in FSC-certified oak veneers with a butterfly-pattern top. Chairs are upholstered in performance fabric. Finally, new Waterfall occasional tables come in round and rectangular designs that can stand alone or “nest” with coordinating end tables.


333 North Hamilton Street

Media Contact: Erica Breazeale

Gabby seamlessly blends vintage and contemporary aesthetics to create furniture pieces that prioritize distinctive design and quality craftsmanship. New products this fall include more than 20 lighting pieces and a versatile range of case goods for dining, living and office spaces.

Heckman Furniture                                          

IHFC C-754

Media Contact: Mark Siciliano

New for Hekman is the 27-piece Chateaux collection of bedroom, dining and occasional furniture with French heritage design influences. It is crafted in minidi solids and veneers with a natural, golden finish that highlights the grain patterns. An upholstered panel shelter bed with nailhead detailing is a signature piece.

HF Custom                                       

NEW Location: Showplace, 3rd Floor

Media Contact: Kristin Hawkins 

HF Custom (previously Sam Moore) continues to expand its broad portfolio of on-trend upholstery. New pieces this fall focus on soft curves and “new traditional” looks. Additions include the Monterey upholstery group, including a sectional, chaise, chair-and-a-half and ottoman. Layered back pillows add cushion and visual dimension. The Marlena metal upholstery group is sleek and sophisticated with a metal base in a soft, brass finish. It includes a sofa, chair and ottoman. The Ursla accent chair is defined by its clean lines and beautiful curves. Its unique three-leg design makes the seat cushion appear to float in mid-air. Finally, the new Berkley recliner has a lower leg design giving it the look of a stationary chair. 

Hickory Chair                                         

319 North Hamilton Street

Media Contact: Laura Holland

This fall Hickory Chair makes its foray into outdoor living spaces with the introduction of four distinctive outdoor collections designed by Susan Hable. The Haret and Ibis collections are crafted in metal, Aswan in teak and Yara in Ecolene® synthetic weave. Each collection showcases the characteristics of the materials as well as the talent of the craftspeople who hand-craft each piece. Distinctive finishes also were formulated for each series, and a robust assortment of Hickory Chair fabrics, including a new collaboration with Sunbrella, will launch alongside the new outdoor offerings. The Haret collection is hand-cast in aluminum and powder coated in a choice of two finishes: Cloud White or Smoke Grey. It features a fretwork pattern on the seats, backs and tabletops. Ibis is named for an Egyptian bird with a long, curved beak. It is crafted in metal and available in Verdigris or Cloud White. Solid teak in a textural Driftwood finish was chosen for the Aswan collection. Artisans begin each piece in the Yara collection in one corner of the frame, then weave the recycled synthetic Ecolene cane like a basket until the end is tied off.

Hickory White                        

315 Fred Alexander Place, 3rd Floor

Media Contact: Sydney Wells

By incorporating interesting wood grain patterns and intriguing stone such as travertine, Hickory White is paying homage to nature’s artistry this fall. The Benson Desk and Everett  Cocktail Table are visual statements emphasizing the character of stone and wood grain. Upholstery introductions emphasize the beauty of organic shapes. The plush Stetson Sofa is designed too embrace the body’s natural curves while the Ruger Swivel Chair offers more subtle curves along its rounded back and arms. In the Lillian August line, rounded shapes also take center stage, especially when featured in the designer’s signature bold color.  Shades of teal and fashion-forward orange are on tap, along with luxurious accents of shiny silver, nickel and bronze on occasional accents. New this fall is a licensed fabric line with Temppo Fabrics, which allows the designer to show her frames in her own fabrics.

Hooker Furniture                         

Showplace, 3rd Floor

Media Contact: Kristin Hawkins 

Two major whole home collections are on tap at Hooker Furniture this fall. Americana is a traditional oak group with the look and feel of heirloom antiques. Three core finishes – Daisy, Honey and Molasses – are complemented by assorted accent finishes and decorative artwork on select pieces. Key design elements include parquet tabletops, two-tone finishes, architectural arch details, seeded glass and antique mirrors. The second collection is Bella Donna, characterized by elegant forms that channel Sophia Loren’s timeless sophistication and style. Caviar is the primary finish, offering a deep translucent tone on rich cathedral cherry veneers. Akoya, the name of the purest white pearls in the world, is the accent finish. Unique details include reeding on select pieces to create a “curtain” effect, reverse breakfront serpentine silhouettes, glass and marble tops, metal legs and hardware in a champagne finish. Hooker also expands its partnership with Susan G. Komen® this market, introducing several new accent pieces characterized by signature pink hues, soft curves and feminine silhouettes. The Blossoming Hope Writing Desk, Camaraderie Credenza and Triumph Accent Chest all feature soft pink hues and hand-painted details.


208 West English Road

Media Contact: Andrea Romero 

Hurtado is spotlighting its City Wall Unit, part of the Evolution Collection. The modular system has open and closed units for versatility, along with base units of varying widths. The contemporary Evolution Collection has a broad range of custom options, including multiple woods, finishes and hardware embellishments.

Johnston Casuals                             

220 South Elm, Space 330

Media Contact: Angela Blevins

New introductions include the Zara Dining Chair and Kane Dining Table Base. Finished in our Shadow Gray metal finish, this combination merges commercial-quality construction with elegant design, offering versatility and comfort across various settings. The stunning Merle Pneumatic Stool is a welcome addition to our Merle collection, offering a sleek and sophisticated aesthetic perfect for a kitchen island, bar or high-top table. Alongside these introductions are the Bentley side and arm chair, Wrenn dining chair and Parsons Bench Set.

Legacy Classic | Modern                 

2622 Uwharrie Road

Media Contact: Christopher Phillips

Two new whole home collections are introduced at Legacy Classic | Modern this fall. Miramar features gold and acrylic accents, bold fluting detail and waterfall edges. Along with the primary Oyster Shell finish, select pieces are in accent finishes of Cabernet and Dark Mint. The golden Rod accent finish is used in banding on case bases and foot rails, giving the illusion of a brass base. This accent color also plays a prominent role on the posters of the canopy bed – a focal point of this 40-piece collection. Artisan’s Place is a farmhouse-inspired collection with an eclectic, two-toned finish on hardwood solids with pine veneers. The main finish is Rustic Buff accented with black bases and hardware. Additional accents feature stone and metal, including several cabinet fronts with metal lattice grills on the doors.  Legacy also launches a new motion upholstery division this market. The 12 groups feature an upscale stationary look with the tasteful integration of function, including wireless charging, swivel trays, tablet/phone holders and storage compartments. Legacy Classic | Motion is made in a factory owned by parent company Samson Marketing, allowing for ship times of 8 to 10 weeks.

M (a Hooker Furnishings brand)

Showplace, Third Floor

Media Contact: Kristin Hawkins

Following its debut in April, Hooker Furnishings’ new modern lifestyle brand, M, is adding several new items, including its first dining tables. Additional introductions include new occasional tables and case goods, four new upholstery groups and an upholstered bed.  Freestanding statement bars, multifunctional sideboards and upholstered dining chairs were already part of the product lineup, but two new Archer Collection dining tables are added this fall. They include a 60-inch round version available in a chestnut or a black stain finish and a mahogany rectangular table. Both feature tambour-inspired design elements on the bases. Additional introductions include the Cain occasional group with curved silhouettes in a black stained oak with hand-wrapped cane work. Also Grayson, a smoked glass occasional group including an etagere and console table as well as tiered coffee, side and drink tables. Upholstery introductions are shown in a tactile lineup of velvets, boucles and leathers in a warm palette of dusty rose, smokey hues and wheat tones.


315 Fred Alexander Place, 3rd Floor

Media Contact: Sydney Wells

MotionCraft’s take on modern functionality has produced the Santa Fe Ratchet Back Sofa. It features a unique quilted pattern on the padded seat back and top of the arms. It has a power recliner and a headrest that ratchets up when needed. Also new is the Commerce Recliner, a lavish pushback recliner with a plush seatback and rolled or key-shaped arms.


IHFC D-202

Media Contact: Andrew Palecek

Within Palecek’s eclectic mix of products and materials, there is a common theme of texture and sinuous, free-form shapes this fall. Fluid lines characterize, tables, mirrors, artwork and lighting alike. The Iliana coffee table has an undulating, cerused oak top and a hardwood based wrapped in hand-twisted natural abaca rope. Similarly, the Flores Travertine Bowl is hand-carved out of natural travertine, guaranteeing no two pieces will have the exact same coloration, let alone the same rippled cavity. The unpredictable curves in the Genoa Wall Décor are formed as textured velvet is dipped in plaster of Paris then draped over an oak wood frame. And an equal measure of unpredictability is harnessed by the Cordelia Sconce, which features natural alabaster stones hand-cut in various shapes and lengths and suspended on dainty metal chains.


315 Fred Alexander Place, 3rd Floor

Media Contact: Sydney Wells

Emphasizing its sustainable design principles, Precedent introduces the Fulwood Sofa, Slater upholstered bed, Corkscrew Swivel Chairs and the Danza modern lounge chair. Fulwood is a mid-century modern design with a tight back and the season’s signature curves. Slater is all curves with its half-moon round headboard. The small space Corkscrew chairs are shown in a modern swirl of deep teal leather, while Danza dazzles in basil green leather.


220 South Elm Street, Space 200

Media Contact: Kristin Hawkins

Pulaski has six new collections, each with bedroom and dining room. Crafted in cathedral white oak, Lyncrest boasts a timely traditional feel with subdued French details and soft, round turnings. It is presented in Evening Shadow, a warm and casual white finish with grey undertones. Wrenstone is a casual-transitional-rustic collection characterized by its modern silhouettes. The oak veneer is finished in a Pinecone Brown with a soft grey cerusing. The generous scale of the cases is softened with a unique bevel on the pilasters and slightly tapered elements. Quincy is a smaller-scale, casual, transitional collection crafted in quartered ash veneers with a molasses finish. It has hints of mid-century modern styling. Adding a touch of glam to the fall introductions, the Grace collection has sophisticated traditional lines and a glamorous Opulent Opal finish on the ash veneers. Brighton takes the glam up a notch with a nod to Hollywood Regency style. It has a North Star finish accented with acrylic hardware inspired by vintage Art Deco jewelry. Finally, Miller Park has a clear, dark brown finish called Barrel Brown that highlights the cathedral white oak veneers. The group is substantial in scale with a masculine feel.

Samuel Lawrence Furniture                                     

220 South Elm Street, Space 200

Media Contact: Kristin Hawkins

With styles ranging from traditional to rustic to transitional, Samuel Lawrence Furniture debuts three complete bedroom/dining room collections plus two bedroom-only groups. Transitional farmhouse styling in a weathered oak finish characterizes the Lawson’s Creek bedroom and dining collection. Details include aged pewter hardware, heavily shaped pilasters, rounded bead molding around drawers and doors and heavy crown molding. The Devonshire bedroom and dining collection showcases traditional design with updated charm. Hickory veneers in a River Rock Brown finish accentuate the natural wood grain. The Lenox bedroom and dining collection features a Smoked Pearl finish on elm veneers. Linear silhouettes have decorative geometric overlays in this transitional style. The Millwork bedroom has rustic oak veneers with a Barnwood Gray finish while Dune is more transitional with a chevron pattern in split heart oak veneers with a Toasted Wheat finish.


220 South Elm, Space 218

Media Contact: Kevin Freeman

Sauder’s founder, Erie Sauder, will be inducted into the American Home Furnishings Hall of Fame this week. He received his first U.S. patent for a “knock-down” occasional table in 1953. Although much has changed in the category of “ready-to-assemble” furniture since then, Sauder has remained committed to innovation and problem-solving for today’s consumers. This market the company is showcasing Hillmont Farm, a classic office and storage furniture group in a warm, country-style oak finish; Grand Coast, a beach-insipred collection in a light buff finish with geometric hardware; and Sonnet Springs, a soft traditional group of home office and occasional furniture in a “Pebble Pine” finish. But most emblematic of the company’s commitment to novel designs aimed at improving function is the patent-pending BotStop™  group of storage pieces intended to stylishly conceal a robotic disc vacuum in any room of the house. The open bottom allows the vacuum to travel in or out for docking while removeable panels provide easy access to the vacuum cannister and bag.

Sherrill Furniture                            

315 Fred Alexander Place, 3rd Floor

Media Contact: Sydney Wells

In response to the growing demand for spaces that prioritize relaxation and well-being, Sherrill presents introductions focused on “blissful comfort and cozy seating options.” Two sectionals in commanding proportions are new, both featuring elegant tailoring details. Three additional sofa introductions offer plush seating for a relaxing haven. In Sherrill Occasional, new designs are inspired by statement stones and shells, circular shapes an geometric patterns. The Mari Console Table has a white agate stone top, champagne metal base and circular Capiz shell accents. Crafted in acacia solids and swirl walnut veneers, the show-stopping Flora Cocktail Table features a brass bead inset design. And the Charlotte Credenza has elegantly tapered legs, a metal x-shaped stretcher base and luxurious round gold hardware. In the Mr. and Mrs. Howard line, the new Nellie Jane Collection was designed by Jim and Phobe Howard’s daughter, Nellie. The Hadley Bed is a signature piece in the collection with a grandly-scaled headboard outlined with an optional row of fabric rosettes. The Lynda Chair from Nellie Jane also includes unexpected embellishment, in this case rouching detail along the edges of the seat back as it gently scrolls over the top. The collection also includes a cocktail table, two-drawer nightstand (or side table) and charming round accent table, all with a carved scallop pattern resembling flower petals. In leather, the Whittemore Sherrill line introduces vintage looks, like a classic button-tufted wingback chair, along with interesting hides combined with leather.


NEW SHOWROOM: 225 North Hamilton Street

Media Contact: Beth Chang            

Stickley is featuring additions to its Walnut Grove and Mission Refresh collections in its new showroom on North Hamilton. In Walnut Grove, new upholstered pieces include an 82-inch tufted back sofa with slim track arms, along with five matching sectional components. Upholstered dining chairs and a small server are new in dining, while a 52-inch-high tall chest is new in bedroom. Added to Mission Refresh are a cocktail table with pass-through drawers, a hand-tufted sofa and six multi-purpose small-scale pieces in Little Treasures. In upholstery, 70 new fabrics include soft linen looks, modern graphics, fine denier velvets and nature-inspired palettes including earthy caramel and green, warm off-whites and grays and lighter shades of brown.

Summer Classic                                             

3333 North Hamilton Street

Media Contact: Erica Breazeale        

Four new collections are introduced at Summer Classic this fall. Highlights of the new designs include a sling and reticulated foam sectional, NDura™ Resin tailored in a modern design and hammered wrought iron in bronzed gold.

Thayer Coggin                              

230 South Road, High Point

Media Contact: Todd Nabors

In honor of its 70th anniversary, Thayer Coggin is introducing the Nest Chair designed by Rick Lee. The sculptural, stainless steel chair was inspired by the simple beauty of a bird’s nest and features fluid, metallic surfaces that mimic the branches in a nest. It can be used indoors or out and is created using a full-scale 3-D model to make a mold, followed by a wax casting in stainless steel.  The company is also reintroducing Milo Baughman’s iconic Ripple Chaise inspired by the glamour of 1930s Hollywood. Two additional introductions include the Take 2 Lounge Chair designed by Ransom Culler and the Palooka Table Series by renowned designer Stanley Jay Friedman. The whimsical tables come in three sizes and feature ascending tiers of curved, metallic surfaces that capture and reflect the light in the room.

Universal Furniture                         

101 South Hamilton

Media Contact: Mary Leigh Howell       

In its largest new introduction ever, Universal broadens its Modern Collection this fall with 198 new pieces of upholstery, dining room, bedroom and accents. The new designs are characterized by sophisticated, clean and simple designs “with a touch of boldness and daring.” Originally in cool shades of gray and white, the updates feature natural wood tones, warm stone finishes, cast aluminum accents and soft metal finishes. Case goods are in four new core finishes on oak, including natural, white, gray and medium brown. Washed Charcoal provides an accent finish. Design details include raffia drawer fronts, Pyrite doors and hand-blown glass occasional tables in clear, gray and amber. Universal is also expanding its UChoose special order upholstery program with contemporary styles named Modern UChoose. The product is made in Universal’s Conover, North Carolina, upholstery facility.


IHFC C-1000

Media Contact: Doug Bassett

Vaughan-Bassett returns to the dining category this fall with the introduction of Dovetail Dining, part of the Artisan & Post line. The collection includes three table designs, three chairs and a server, all crafted in solid American oak and available in three finishes: natural, aged grey and bleached white.


This summary of new product introductions for the October 2023 High Point Market was assembled by the American Home Furnishings Alliance, a comprehensive resource for journalists and digital content producers who are writing or reporting on any aspect of the U.S. residential furniture industry.

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