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October 2021 - High Point Market

Modern Mood

Sleek and sustainable products debut at Fall Market

Exhibitors target updated and modern living spaces with a host of products set to debut in showrooms at High Point Market, Oct. 16 - 20.

With a name that lives up to its cool styling, the Marfa dining chair from Codarus embues laid back luxury, pairing French oak in a rich espresso finish with basket-weave performance webbing in a latte hue.

The Iso dining table made from FSC-certified wood by sustainable manufacturer Copeland Furniture features a straightforward and helpful extension design, allowing it to easily grow to 84-inches wide, as needed.

Another producer focused on sustainability, E.M. Soberon, delivers sculptural and functional furnishings like the standout Volkano Grande library shelving with a wood cabinet unit sourced from fallen trees.

In its recently expanded showroom, Modern History creates styled vignettes to showcase the company’s signature mix of small batch handcrafted furniture items and original art.

Benchmade, custom upholstery resource Nathan Anthony Furniture eclipses the curvy furnishings trend with spherical accents crafted from solid wood for its new Alais collection.

Organic modern is the catch phrase and theme for a fresh offering from Theodore Alexander, including the Panos dining table that mixes colored resin to create a stunning starburst pattern on its surface.

Media Contacts

Codarus - Jennifer Huffman
Copeland Furniture - Andrea Romero
EM Soberon - Joan Goldsand
Modern History - Daniel Allen
Nathan Anthony - Leslie Newby
Theodore Alexander - Sydney Wells