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October 2018 - High Point Market

Curated Collections

Exhibitors land juried spots in InterHall, SALON and at Mill Collective

Known to the architecture and design industry for its innovative furnishings, wallcoverings, textiles, and architectural finishes since 2001, BRADLEY debuts at High Point Market in InterHall this season, with an array of modern, artisanal products hand-crafted in the USA. Fall highlights include a forward-looking color palette of blush, sage, and hints of ebony.



In 2015, siblings Ray and Joanne made their mark on 30-year old family business Dowel Furniture, with a host of fresh updates in the seating and accent furnishings categories. For their High Point Market debut in InterHall, two new capsule collections reflect independent collaborations with interior designers Duncan Hughes and Barbara Elza Hirsch.

Dowel Furniture

Dowel Furniture

The vibrant imagination of Kenneth Cobonpue is now on full display in InterHall, after last year’s debut in the Suites at Market Square. The award-winning designer from Cebu, in the Philippines, combines high-tech, high-touch and high-impact color to create a true signature collection of furnishings suitable for both hospitality and residential settings.

Kenneth Cobonpue

From Tuscany, a new collection of marble tables from Lenzi Marble Attitude are showcased for the first time at High Point Market in InterHall. This family of innovators has created a special finish which protects marble from stains. Working with designer Giorgio Soressi, they debut here with contemporary dining tables conceived from nature’s perfectly imperfect material.

Lenzi Marble Attitude

Producing their furnishings at the Cracker Factory, a turn of the century complex in the Figner Lakes region of upstate New York, Miles and May Furniture Works debut with purpose at High Point Market in the Mill Collective showroom on English Rd. Chairs, tables and more are crafted from wood that is reclaimed, recycled, or sourced locally.

Miles and May Furniture Works

P’Kolino brings adorably modern children’s furniture to High Point Market in its first InterHall showroom. Founders J. B. Schneider and Antonio Turco-Rivas are makers with a mutual mission – to improve youth furnishings products and to foster play at home. Headquartered in Miami, it’s clear from the wide range of products that the fun begins in infancy and spans up through the ‘tween years.


A producer known for its custom furniture making capabilities and experience meeting tough standards required in the hospitality segment, Skram Furniture makes its High Point Market debut at Mill Collective in the newly renamed Plant Seven building. Unexpected items include a lighting collection produced in collaboration with porcelain artist Mimi Logothetis.

Skram Furniture

Woman-led company Society Social marks its High Point Market debut in the SALON area. Roxy Te grew up in her family’s furniture factory before launching her own company in 2011 with six original bar cart designs sold online. New for October is the Grasscloth Collection, in which buyers may select from over 1500 colors to customize a range of items including accent tables and, naturally, bar carts.

Society Social

Media Contacts

Bradley Furniture - Emily Frank
Dowel Furniture - Brendan Von Enck
Kenneth Cobonpue - Teresa Laughlin
Lenzi Marble Attitude - Claudia Lenzi
Miles and May Furniture Works - Brandon Phillips
P’kolino - Antonio Turco-Rivas
Skram - Kathryn Scully
Society Social - Roxy Te