Jenny Heinzen York -- Home Accents Today, October 1, 2007
Home Accents Today brings you an inside look at the product designs from more than 170 vendors that will debut at High Point's Fall Market. The following pages include an alphabetical listing by company of the latest introductions.
All prices are suggested retail.
2 Day Designs
The Cumberland sideboard from 2 Day Designs is made of rough-sawn pine and has a hand-rubbed stain with satin topcoat ($425).
A new lamp in the Great Homes Collection from AA Importing Company elegantly stacks Lucite spheres on a square metal base and features a suede cloth shade ($90).
Abbyson introduces the Relaxed Contempo chair with ottoman in the Modern Sophistication series. The chair and ottoman are draped with a rich, violet floral burnout design or a bold multicolor stripe design ($830). Also new in the line is the Mirabella living room set, comprising three sleek pieces: an armchair with 360-degree turning radius ($990); loveseat ($1,250) and sofa ($1,450).
Debuting from Accents Beyond is an oval cocktail table in black and gold with a reverse-painted glass top ($999). Also new are the mahogany bow front chest with elm banding ($1,399) and a bookcase/secretary with a slide-out writing surface, in distressed cherry finish ($1,099).
The Lonca lounge chair weds Craftsman and contemporary designs for a sleek look in sucupira wood and pergamine leather. Also new are the Abbracio chair, loveseat and sofa in banana tree fiber; the Engarce consoles crafted from pressed natural bamboo and louro-freijo wood; and Brazilian handcrafted rugs. A line of metallic vases and planters in brass, zinc, stainless and chrome add an edge to any tabletop.
The Long Oval wire basket, part of a line of baskets and wall brackets with rustic country flair, debuts from Aidan Gray ($90). Also new are Paris Flea Market Cottage candlesticks, with a highly distressed finish ($225), and a Scroll Planter six-arm chandelier designed for use with candles ($250).
Amity Home introduces Mandarin, a 100% cotton handmade quilted bedding ensemble in blue and cream ($295, six-piece set).
The Chimi rug, Coco Rectangle, which stitches together natural cana flecha in an interesting textural design, is a new offering in the Colombian Collection ($2,900, 6×9). Also new is the Daisy Sky End Stripe design in the Rain or Shine Collection, which features a splash of sunny color in acrylic and polypropylene ($499, 6×9).
The Lion's Head Bench is available in five finishes and features distinctive lion motifs. The outdoor-friendly Tame urn with lid on the Phantom Classic pedestal is also new.
Andrea by Sadek introduces a new duo of blue-ribbed, covered ceramic boxes that are fired with a glaze that recedes from borders and edges to create an interesting tonal design ($25 to $35). Other new offerings include Boca decorative plates with shell motifs ($10 to $15) and a white chinoiserie ceramic tureen with a white-on-white pattern of birds and vines ($75 to $90). Several lamp designs also debut, including the Fern porcelain lamp with white linen shade ($200 to $250) and Colorful Bird lamps, which have delicately colored porcelain bodies with adjustable stems and white silk shades ($200 to $250).
The new Jack Stripe silk jacquard bedding with pearl "cufflink" buttons on the shams debuts from Ann Gish. The duvet and euro shams are highly stylized with tiny satin ribbon at the topstitch line ($175 to $1,000).
A classic display cabinet embodies French influence and is hand-carved from solid reclaimed pine. The piece is available in 10 finishes and myriad styles ($1,720). Also new is the French Pantry from the Artisan Collection, which is hand-painted and carved ($1,988), and the Regency side table, carved from solid elm ($530).
A pair of decorated Elmwood armoires, which date from the late 1800s, is introduced ($1,800 each). A red lacquer Elmwood table ($1,425) and carved scroll coffee table, also in red, ($1,250) also debut.
A stylized Stag Silhouette ($65) debuts from Art in Motion, framed with 2-inch block molding featuring gold foil detail. Also new is Ebony Forest Leaves, a tri-panel shadowbox featuring photographs of leaves complemented by espresso and cream matting ($110).
Art Dreams Home introduces Insects in Amber, art under glass with a hand-applied gold leaf finish on the frames ($225, set of four). Also new: The Flower Blocks Series plaques feature several styles and finishes of mix-and-match blocks that are hand-carved and recast in conservation resin ($170, set of three); the Bell Jar Vase in the Bacara Collection, which is hand-blown and sits on a painted base of silver, gold, soft white or antique bronze ($162); and the Footsies faux leather footstool, which comes in a host of colors, including taupe, red, plum and brown ($106).
The cloverleaf shade strikes an elegant chord in antique silver, new from Arteriors Home ($599). Also new are an Interlocking Square accent table of painted iron and glass ($529), painted iron Sunburst sculptures ($99 to $119), and painted wood Coconut chandeliers ($2,100) in red or natural finish.
Red polyester silk flowers boldly crown a traditionally styled resin container in the Black Urn Amaryllis from Artistry in Silk ($180).
Artmax debuts a pair of distinctive nesting tables with curved legs in silver metal leaf finish with hand-finished wood tops ($899, pair). Also new is the Framework sculpture, which showcases three-dimensional geometric shapes in silver and black, and jewel-toned multicolored suspended forms ($339). From the Aura Designs division, a striking oval credenza of faux skin-textured cordovan, accented with silver and black, debuts ($799). A rectangular large-scale credenza features hand-painted ebony case accents with gold leaf tambur effect trim ($799).
The mirror with gold sunburst brings striking detail to a circular wall mirror ($48). Also new are a Wooden Cat card holder ($20) and a classically designed jewelry box with storage drawers and inset side panels for hanging bracelets and chains ($100).
Trade Winds, a painted metal sculpture by Joe Famulari, captures a feeling of the sea ($170) and is one of the introductions from Austin. Breezy, a metal sculpture of a young girl caught by the wind also debuts ($85).
Add a splash of fun with Baba Marketplace's Melon Martini glasses, which have the look of chilled glass and come in an array of vibrant colors. Available individually ($69) or in a set of five ($299).
Double Fade lamps combine modern lines with sophisticated colors to capture the light captivatingly. Handspun aluminum bases are hand-tinted in mocha and olive tones and topped with pebble silk shades ($199 to $399). Other finishes include gold and mocha; charcoal and mocha, and rust and mocha.
The Esquire sofa debuts, featuring classic English design with pitched back and bench seat, tapered legs and antique brass nailhead ($8,815). Also new is the Soho sectional, which adds a one-arm chaise to a popular sofa design to create a locked-in sectional feel. Loose back, tapered legs and nickel nailhead add chic detailing, and the piece is scaled appropriately for apartment or loft spaces ($10,900).
Bard International introduces a new selection of vases in the Jubilee line. A deep cordovan background is accentuated with a carved target design in contrasting beige. Available individually ($89) or in a set of four ($299).
Danson bedding, new from Basil's, features embroidered linen with taffeta banding in rich earth tones ($2,000). Also debuting are textured silk linens with chocolate, tapestry and plaid details ($1,800).
A new Country Retreat ensemble in 100% cotton combines stripes, plaids and florals in rich hues of red, coral, lilac and moss ($950, queen set).
Roadside Garden, a woven wall decor piece, captures the pastoral feeling of the countryside in subtle coloring. The item, part of the Milieu Collection, is available in three sizes ($400, 3×4).
The new Jameson bedding ensemble captures the formal lodge look in rich earth tones finished with cording, accent buttons and tassels. The line includes top-of-bed ensembles, decorative pillows and coordinating accents such as table square, runner and tuffet ($1,200, queen). Also new is the Esmerelda Christmas Collection, which brings a touch of luxe — faux fur, brooches, red pearls and cheetah fabric -- to traditional stockings, tree skirts and tablecloths ($70 to $360). The easy-care Manhattan bedding set is textured and transitional, with steel blue and camel tones accented by a cane pattern, cording and square coco shell buttons.
Transitional styling and eco-friendly components make this sleek leather chair, new from Bernhardt, stand out in a crowd. The frame and legs are crafted from certified sustainable wood; the glue is formaldehyde and PVA free; and the finish is water based. The packaging it arrives in is 100% recyclable. This chair is part of a line of fabric and leather pieces with an eco-friendly focus. The Social Hour Collection delivers wine storage consoles, serving trays and other entertaining pieces in rich woods and materials found from around the world.
A gold three-drawer accent chest with reverse hand engraved and painted glass is new from Bethel International ($700). A seven-drawer Louis XVI mirrored chest also is debuted ($1,500).
Bradburn introduces an Old English coal bin, hand-painted wood with detail of birds on the lid ($750). Also new is the Amsterdam box, inspired by pagoda styling and offered in rich warm tones ($329).
Brushstrokes Fine Art
Urban Chaos makes a statement in bold colors and lines. The 42-inch-square framed art captures three-dimensional detail in the brushstrokes and surface texture, and is offered in a wood frame, ($399). Also new is Cinque Terre, a softer-hued landscape depicting a European village tucked into a hillside ($399).
A new line of bronze miniatures from C&S Acosta adds an Asian touch to tabletops with their depictions of Buddha, dragons and other classic Oriental motifs ($65 to $150). Also new is a hand-cut glass mirror with solid mahogany frame from the Tajchanok Osataphan Collection ($150).
Hand-tooled wood serving trays join the Florentine Collection, in ivory, celestial blue and jade ($250). Cabot Lane also introduces an addition to its popular Ceramic Wall Collection, the fiery Tree Tile in spice ($42).
A new table lamp from Cal Lighting features an amber-hued leatherette shade and twisted cage metal base. The lamp stands 27 inches high and is finished in rust.
Capel Rugs debuts a line of area rugs, Varuna Ziegler, which features hand-tufted 100% wool in an antique Peshawar design. The rugs, which come in nine subtle colorways, including spice/cream, are washed and hand-sheared for smooth finishing and design presentation ($559, 5×8).
Barnett nesting tables bring an updated style to the traditional table trio. Each is made of solid wood with veneers ($258). Also new are the Manor counter chair and table (chairs, $150 each; table, $310) in deep green solid wood with brown contrasting tabletop and brown-stripe chair upholstery. The Pauletta chest is a rich blue with intertwined gold-toned leaf scrolls and detailing ($550). The Manhattan chair, of solid wood, features retro geometric cushions in updated neutral colors ($750). Several hand-painted accent pieces debut, including the Vineyard chest, in rich earth tones with a floral motif ($450).
Autumn Waves dinnerware, part of the Casastone Collection, debuts with a palette of ivory, plum and pumpkin appropriate for the fall season ($8 to 84).
An elaborately carved mirror from Castilian Trading debuts, featuring an antique silver leaf grape design ($1,500).
Charleston Forge introduces a sensuously curved sculptural cocktail table ($1,035) in the Reflection Collection, which also features round and rectangular end tables and is available in 20 finishes. Also new is a round cocktail table in the Hudson Collection ($1,485), which features a curvilinear hammered steel base.
Chelsea en France
New for the season is the French Country Huile jar, which is 28 inches tall with an antique creamy white glaze on Provence terra cotta ($1,195). The jar works can serve as a flower vase or as an accent table base. A circular wood cover, used to top the jar to create a small serving table, also is introduced ($235 to $435).
A mirror and bow sconce, with antique gold finish, debuts ($450, pair). Also introduced is a striking red Chinese étagère with two drawers ($1,240).
Hand-woven Aubusson-style decorative pillows from Chinawind USA's Old World Collection depict lute-playing cherubs and feature removable down/feather fillers and tassel detailing ($300 each).
The Jule mirror is introduced. The extra-tall mirror, standing 87 inches high, has a padded frame covered in leather ($1,037). Also new is the Napoli wall candle stand, a delicately scrolled wall sconce that holds a pillar candle ($47).
Colonial Mills Inc. introduces its Jute braided-texture area rugs, which feature 100% braided jute in a natural gold hue ($199, 5×7). The rug also comes in an oval shape, in sizes from 2×3 to 11×14. The Bamboozle line of double-flat-braided bamboo yarn area rugs is also new, in calming neutral tones, including sesame, sandshell, chamomile and chanterelle ($699, 5×7).
With a fresh, clean design, the Sea Oats casual cotton dhurrie rug from Company C conjures an Outer Banks feeling and comes in ultramarine, coral or aqua ($396, 5×8). The Medici damask rug line adds a new color, Wisteria, which weaves the purple hue with olive for an elegant, shimmering effect ($1,160, 6×9). Sun-drenched Hatteras pillows debut, in aqua, cornflower or coral and feature a decorative ribbon that separates complementary patterns ($50 to $56). On the bed, Company C adds the Outer Banks quilt, a pieced basket weave that reverses to solid and comes in coral or aqua, in 100% cotton ($52 to $60, shams; $225 to $345, quilt).
The Maseru clock premieres, in aged black finish with gold highlights ($219). Other introductions include the Kankan mirror, with tarnished copper finish and beveled mirror ($259); the Luanda mirror in merlot with hand-painted tan details ($259); and the Tabora clock, with aged black finish and gold highlights ($219).
The Paisley Collection captures classic detailing in a woven blend of wool, cotton and chenille. Tassel fringe, velvet and welt cording add an elegant touch. Pillows ($36 to $65) and table runners ($49 to $60) come in several tones, including multi-beige gold, and with either tasseled or clean edges. Several lodge pillows debut, featuring tapestry panels imported from France in a cotton-wool blend with removable polyester fill ($44 to $49).
Flea Market dinnerware debuts, featuring high-fired stoneware in a vivid spatter of colors that blend into a unique setting ($55, four-piece set). Wooden Indian clubs are inspired by American folk art and made of solid, hand-turned wood in brilliant colors ($35 to $100). A hammered metal nautilus, crafted by Haitian artists from recycled tomato paste drums, comes in a beechwood frame ($80).
The Acanthus Architectural wall urn from Craft-Tex is cast resin in a classic acanthus pattern, finished in Parthenon, a warm ivory ($84).
Currey & Company introduces the Evangeline table lamp, with meticulously applied flowers on a sugar-white porcelain vase mounted on a brass base. The lamp is paired with an ivory silk shade and topped with a floral finial ($435). Also new is the whimsical seashell-crusted Temple of Sybil ($310). The gold-leaf Alexandra chandelier drips with European crystals and elegance ($4,780). The Florodora table lamp combines clean, flowing lines with white porcelain and brass palm fronds to create a stylish nod to Art Nouveau. It is topped by a cream silk shade with gold liner ($335).
The Desert Tiles table lamp showcases a sun-drenched bronze patina on hand-painted porcelain topped with a neutral bell shade ($199). The European Bouliotte table lamp has a flair for the dramatic, with a graphic floral design hand-painted on an ebony and cream base. A shallow black drum shade and extra-tall finial add the finishing touch ($199).
Swirling colors and smooth curves accentuate the new Favrile art glass lamp, which is hand-blown and includes chrome finish and a fabric hardback shade ($300). A Mission table lamp features a delicate branch and blossom motif on the glass shade and base panels, which are complemented by an antique golden sand finish ($300) ($300). An elegant, tapered crystal lamp is accented with brass details and topped with a pleated fabric shade ($250).
David Lee introduces the Cambridge Triple Bookcase ($3,195), which pairs classic styling with current distressed details to create a striking storage unit. The poplar and birch piece is available in nearly three dozen hand-crafted finishes, including gray with antique white. The Normandy armoire is a traditional design updated with inset diamond patterns and a rubbed finish ($2,995). The Stanton coffee table captures a rustic feel with slightly flared legs, crisscrossed wood details and distressed finish ($895).
A contemporary, pyramid-shaped solid crystal and antique brass lamp debuts from Decorative Crafts, featuring a piped ivory fabric shade ($430).
Decorative Motif introduces washable decorative pillows in sage blue and brown with a crocheted foliage design ($60). The Skin Collection uses printed animal motifs of hair-on hide ($80 to $140).
Denali debuts Sage Stripe, a microplush collection of lodge bedding that wraps sages, tans and reds into an assortment of complementary patterns ($34 to $300). Sizes range from twin to king with custom sizing available, and pillows include shams, Euro sham and neck roll. The designs in Sage Stripe coordinate with Denali's Moose Camp and Pacific Five collections.
A natural teak hat tree debuts, offering a contemporary alternative to the hallway standard ($300). Also new is the Arogog coffee table, part of a line of accessory pieces using the natural plant combined with wood tops to create a striking look ($500). A folding table, made of rattan and distressed wood, works indoors to create a quick, convenient serving space, complete with handles on the tabletop ($175).
The Pierced centerpiece vase from Dessau Home debuts, made of antique silver resin with elegant scrollwork detailing ($150).
From the Venice Collection, a chiffonier cabinet comes in three wood choices — light cherry, teak or walnut ($1,264 to $1,364). The Nautical plasma cabinet has functional, straightforward styling with contemporary panache — available in teak or light cherry ($1,096 to $1,124). The Ovalia collection of accent tables includes a sofa, coffee and end table in either light cherry, teak or walnut ($1,937 to $2,160, set of three).
Directions East pairs high styling and eco-consciousness with sleek results. The Tre Bamboo chair and ottoman ($300), made of bent bamboo, is contemporary and austere in its design. Also new are natural bamboo tabletops with recycled metal frames, available in side, cocktail, TV and console table sizes ($200 to $400).
DownTown Company introduces a down comforter and pillow with 100% certified organic cotton ticking, part of a full range of European down comforters and pillows. DownTown also carries IDFL-certified down products exported from Hungary of high-quality Siberian or Hungarian goose down.
New from Dynamic Rugs is the Allure contemporary rug, featuring a rich ivory colorway accented with modern flowers ($499, 5×8). The rug is made of hand-tufted wool, chenille and art silk accents. Also debuting is the Aria Silver rug, with a bold neutral-on-neutral floral design.
The Palermo accent table debuts, a gemelina wood square design with detailed legs, a fretted stretcher and cracked veneers, which create a rich antique feel ($825). Also new is a hand-decorated round table with glass inset and pierced fretwork ($825). A transitional group of nesting tables is made of solid gemelina with cherry, khaya and to-og wood veneers crafted into a stylish geometric pattern ($918). The Edwardian chest of drawers features rich, distressed woods with extensive carving and solid brass hardware ($2,100).
Emess Design Group introduces an antique finish stacked ball table lamp, which could make itself at home in a variety of settings ($124). Also new is a mirrored starburst table lamp with an antique finish and classy retro look ($199).
Two rug designs debut in the Chelsea Collection, the cut-out pebble design and the leather shag model, each made of 100% wool and sporting neutral taupe and brown color palettes ($592, 5×8).
Over-the-top opulence reigns in an ornate hand-carved mahogany console table with gold leafing ($13,500).
The Harlequin mirror design incorporates crisscross cut glass and a scalloped, soft gold frame ($4,000). The Elegant console and mirror re-create Old World style with an ornate flair featuring antiqued silver finish ($3,200, mirror; $6,800, console).
Several new accent furniture designs debut, including the Courtney kitchen island, made of solid mahogany with trumpet and stacked disc turned columns, topped with a pair of inset travertine work surfaces ($2,995). Also new is the Mariners wine cabinet, inspired by the cabinetry in luxury yachts, with a wine storage area on the bottom and a mirrored glass area on top for barware ($1,495). The Compass Point storage chest and console are each decorated with a hand-painted compass point design ($495 to $595).
Out of Gas is an extra-large, laser-cut 3-D image of antique gas pumps, double-matted and framed in a pewter finish ($650). Reproduction images include Oversize Stamps, a color print of an antique 10 cent U.S. stamp ($330), and Mediterranean Map, a hand-colored map cut into eight pieces and applied to canvas ($850). A series of nudes is also introduced ($330 to $410).
The functional Manhattan Overlook side table has a removable tray on top. The table is finished in sun-washed mahogany veneer with aubergine accents and features cast brass hardware detailing ($2,025). From the Curiousity Shoppe Collection, a brass handled tray is hand-embossed and finished in light verdigris ($594). The ornate daybed from the New Traditions Collection serves up traditional styling in Diablo tan leather ($4,494).
The gently curving, contemporary Willow Collection debuts, with coolly colored glass swirling around a translucent vase, available in three sizes, from 9 inches to 21 inches tall ($38 to $44). The Lavender Collection coils delicate glass swirls around a wavy-edged bowl and taller vase ($49 to $59). The Nautilus 19-inch platter begins with a burst of blues and yellows in the center, surrounded by a halo of pale-colored, transparent glass ($134). The Eclipse Collection offers a bowl, platter and vase in vivid whirling greens, which wrap around smoky blacks and grays ($127 to $134).
Groovystuff introduces the Drifter Collection. The pieces, including accent tables, mirrors and baskets, are crafted of small pieces of root pieced together to create all-natural ornamentation ($175 to $1,400).
Several designs debut in the Natural History Discovery Collection, a series of antique-reproduction prints of wildlife, including snakes and birds ($75 each).
Joining the Biltmore Estate Collection is the Sophia cabinet, featuring a blue toile hand-painted design and intricate carving. The Monaco plasma wall cabinet is inspired by the rich designs of Monaco palaces and conceals a flat-screen television, while the Beaumont corner hutch uses a unique three-panel construction to create a functional storage area.
A substantial, functional dining console joins the Cabinet Makers Cherry Collection, featuring exposed mortise and tenon joinery, a hand-carved stretcher and a full bottom shelf.
The Mahal Collection debuts, a series of hand-knotted antique-replica designs re-created in contemporary colors ($1,499, 6×9). The Oushak Crown Collection is a luxurious line of classically patterned rugs in a muted color palette and 100% wool ($1,499, 6×9).
The Tiffany table lamp debuts, with clear beading and a feathered shade adding a touch of shimmer to the burnt silver body ($148). A walnut base adds a masculine touch to the figure eight-shaped Ocho lamp, topped with a square tapered shade in burnt orange ($89). Wellington's simulated woven espresso leather body is complemented by a Coppertone shade with russet trim ($89).
Made of fiberwood with a mixed lacquer finish, the Seagrass sculpture series includes five free-standing pieces in blue, green or red ($1,600, set of five). The playful Fish sculpture is made of three ceramic fish, stacked atop one another on a wooden stand ($270). The striking Faces Collection includes a series of hand-painted, concave masks of Buddha ($250 each).
A delicately ornate reproduction dressing mirror is introduced, evoking classic French styling in cast resin, available in 30 finishes ($368). The Flourishing carved mirror is also an antique reproduction style, topped with an intricately carved botanical design ($318).
White Blossom II is introduced, featuring a stylized Asian feel ($179). Also new is a mirror surrounded by an extensive open leaf fretwork frame, which stands out with its Moroccan wood-tone finish and brushed pewter leaves ($399).
Home Trends and Design
The new Tuscan Verve Collection is unveiled, a series of accent tables trestle base, acacia wood construction and clean, Old World styling ($895 to $2,295).
Peacock Shag rugs debut, using a mix of iridescent yarns in various lengths and thicknesses to create a sparkling, shaggy effect, available in five colors ($110, 4×6). Several holiday-themed throw rugs also are introduced, including Christmas Paisley, Trees on Green Field and White Christmas Tree ($40, 2×3).
A rich cream and gold damask-inspired print is offset by crisply tailored accessories on Akebia, a new top-of-bed ensemble by Hometexco.
An antique textured copper mirror with gold highlights debuts, measuring 40 inches square ($420). Also new for the season is a pair of shell-inspired vases, accentuated with a multicolored iridescent drizzled glaze ($130 to $150).
Two new clock designs debut, the Lacy II wall clock, a wrought iron design with stamped Roman numerals finished in charcoal gray ($68), and the Brittany floor clock, featuring a flat-top pediment and acanthus leaf detail in a black satin finish ($2,200). Also new is the Landry display case with a mirrored back, internal lighting and Tuscan cherry finish ($1,190).
Bamboo cane is finished in a rich, deep brown and hand-woven in a unique design to create a pair of footed hampers with a distinctly spa-like feeling ($120, pair). A round braided end table is made of water hyacinth, a sustainable material, and stands 19 inches tall ($140). Three sizes are available in the Shelby lamp series, featuring a mushroom-shaped lighted base wrapped in curly willow ($136 to $198).
Two wall clocks are debuted. The Sunflower is an oversize interpretative flower in white with black details ($200), while Fleur de Lis uses a scrolling metal-look design to surround the ivory clock with Arabic numbers ($70).
Additions to the Beach division include Verte's Botanical boxes, a set of two ceramic lidded boxes with silhouetted leaves painted atop a crackled, pale green finish. In Lodge, the Mt. Montoire Ski shelf uses an antique ski design to serve as the base of a bold wooden wall shelf, accentuated by nailhead detailing. New to the Traditions division are the whimsical Whiteley's Staircase, a wood sculpture of a set of stairs, and the Sir Ardley boot trees, hand-carved of wood and sold as a pair.
The Jovan French-inspired wing chair and ottoman debut ($1,900, chair). The Dominion cane sofa settee has gently curved arms, a loose seat cushion and tapered legs in a rich ebony finish ($2,900). Also new is the Exposition console, with an aluminum panel in the center, surrounded by finished wood legs and a granite or glass top for contemporary appeal ($3,900).
The hand-tufted Dago rug, from the Lotus Collection, is based on a French tapestry design using sea and ice blues to accentuate the earthen tones of rust, olive and tobacco ($600, 5×8). Other new rug designs include Anna Purna, combining hand-knotted wool with silk accents in a clear blue and silver color palette ($999, 5×8).
A contemporary cocktail table design makes its debut. The Contour is a round table with a striking pie-shaped cutout in its metal frame, topped by black glass.
A black and white paisley-bordered rug debuts from the Chateau Collection, hand-tufted and carved of 100% wool ($499, 5×8). A silhouetted tree stands out against a beige background in the newest addition to the Legacy machine-made line ($299, 5×8), while the Wake Up Call rug uses traditional colorways and retro-look coffee imagery to create a kitchen-friendly look ($399, 6×9).
The Metro vanity table uses a clever design to fold up inside itself, including the stool and mirror ($650). Also from the Metro Collection is a wood wall panel or wall-mounted headboard, in a cappuccino finish, offset by gold and silver panels ($450).
The Winterthur Rooster is a majestic outdoor sculpture, made of cast resin in a French Harvest finish ($240). From the Hen-Feathers Collection, a pair of Musical Cherub wall plaques is introduced, one playing harp, one playing the trumpet, and finished in Dover white ($120).
New table lamp designs include a curvy turquoise glass model with clear glass base and finial and a contemporary white ribbed shade.
Several porcelain pieces are added, including the Iznik vase, from the Museum Collection, a classic blue and white French Country urn-shaped piece. Other new pieces include a cobalt and gold lidded urn ($235) and the hexagon vase and coffee mug, combining a white background with gold, red and blue in an intricate hand-painted design ($38, mug; $98, vase).
Antique rug designs available include the oversize Oushak rug, made in Turkey circa 1890, in a rich gold and red palette. Also the Heriz Serapi rug, a late 19th century design from Persia, combines rich reds and blues.
The Gypsy Collection of decorative pillows debuts in ecru and pale pink silk, decorated with iridescent bugle beads and mother of pearl. The line also comes in teal and chocolate silk with brass disc embellishments. The Safari bedding line combines animal print velvets, silks and embellished decorative pillows.
Three round indoor-outdoor rugs join the Lamontage Collection, Zen Wave Amber, Giant Lasso Red and Giant Swirl Amber, all combining vivid reds with touches of green and gold ($1,600 each). A new line of light boxes incorporates some of Manné's classic patterns, as does a new line of placemats in oval and rectangular shapes.
Maitland-Smith introduces a variety of tabletop accessories this season, including a motion-filled sculpture depicting fish swimming upstream, crafted of iron with black lacquer and gold with tiger penshell inlay. Lidded boxes are available in butterfly, frog and elephant shapes, each with unique and elegant detailing. Zebra stripes are created through shell inlay on a new table lamp design, topped with a white banded shade and black tassel.
Mario Industries debuts a solid antique brass and crystal table lamp. The lamp stands 28 inches tall and is topped with a white sewn silk shade and a matching crystal finial.
Chubby pottery birds perch inside and atop a metal tree for a playful, adaptable objet d'art. Two art glass designs are added: The Oblong plate is made of recycled glass and hand-painted to create a tortoiseshell look ($300); and a large urn marries Verdi and copper glass, decorated by eight glass "strings" ($300). For more rustic appeal, a trio of Jumbo pitchers is hand-painted to create an aged look ($420, set of three).
Oriental koi fish swim on a contemporary hand-knotted rug, crafted of Kazni wool and colored in 100% vegetable dye.
Perfect for a lake house or mountain cabin, the Green Highlander Fishing Fly pillow series makes its debut. Sixteen fly designs are available, created through elegant needlepoint and petit point work ($99 each).
Several art glass designs debut, including the Contrast vase from the Molinari Collection, a striking red lipped vase with cobalt blue accents ($295). Also from Molinari comes the Aria centerpiece, a clear, amber and red free-form bowl ($210). The company also is adding a line of square jar candles, embellished with antique brooch reproductions ($30 to $75).
New contemporary designs are added to the company's accent furniture, such as the Minsk sideboard, made of alder with clouded glass door inserts and zinc top and hardware ($785). New cocktail designs are Kowloon, a round dark brown table with crisscross legs ($305), and Augusta Stump, made of reclaimed wood with a contemporary square shape ($599). More rustic styling is apparent in the Cairo sideboard and Pescara Main Street cabinet.
A dramatic oversize cheetah pattern adorns the New Wave rug, made of 100% hand-tufted, hand-carved wool ($499, 5×8). The machine-made Ladiq rug re-creates a classic French style in taupe and sage ($399, 5×8).
The Crystal Eclipse table lamp offers a fresh twist on contemporary with its black crystal finish, polished nickel accents and silver line black shantung shade. Elaborate latticework detailing and rich red, silver and gold leaf highlights adorn the gracefully scrolling arms of Bob Mackie's Marquee 12-branch candelabra. The new Society Hill Collection combines mouth-blown black art glass with refined, tailored shades for an easy transitional look.
Several designs are added to the Black Mango Wood Collection. Three pillar candle holders and a pair of confection stands, are all food safe and have turned bases ($25 to $75). For the garden, a pair of faux burl troughs are introduced, made of fiberglass and perfect for use as plant holders ($200, set of two).
The Dick Idol Collection is expanded with the addition of a 7-foot natural birch, an uncomplicated winter tree shape ($99), and Mountain Laurel, a leafy interpretation of the high country botanical staple ($299).
New table lamps include Garnet Sweet, an elaborate red pottery piece with wood base and tassel detailing ($199), and Porto Passionne, sporting a vibrant porcelain base with its glaze evoking a rich sunset ($269). In framed art, Opening is an original oil of a sunrise in a gold frame ($1,700), while Streaks of Night is a dark, contemporary piece ($1,700).
Tuscan gold tulips, rose heads, yarrow and willow ball are artfully arranged in a green finished garden bowl with a wrought iron stand ($598).
Bohemian Rhapsody is a vibrant marriage of roses, tulips and berries in a water garden display ($238). Other new designs include several wreath styles, hydrangea, apple and rose ($314), sugared fruit and pinecone ($318), and rose, tulip and apple ($330).
New rug designs include a pair of handmade American hooked rugs, made of cotton and jute, as well as a needlepoint design in wool and silk. All rugs use only natural and vegetable dyes.
A cluster of vanda orchids debuts, resting in a 10-inch square terra cotta pot ($650). White vanda orchid spires resting in a clear glass envelope vase are also new ($220).
The Summit Point Collection of 100% wool, hand-hooked rugs is introduced in the Sand colorway ($499, 5×8). The Loom Select Collection from Calvin Klein Home combines a muted palette, sophisticated styling and hand-carved detailing ($699, 5×8). New Patina mingles New Zealand wool and Luxcelle, a silk-like fiber, to create a unique texture and luster ($699, 5×8). The handcrafted contemporary Mystique Collection has hard-twist wool with faux silk touches ($499, 5×8).
The ultra-modern Maz illuminated cocktail table is constructed of wenge ash, brushed nickel, white glass and a cream shade ($799). The Eclipse illuminated console table features an elliptical body pierced with a circular illuminated patch ($650).
The modern Dune cocktail table mingles arresting design and exotic materials with its sand dune shape and ebony construction ($1,495). With its beige leather and body-molded contemporary walnut frame, the Luxe chaise makes modern comfort look easy ($2,200).
Constructed from hickory saplings, the Cody club chair has a reversible seat cover with a Chimayo Indian blanket pattern on one side and leather on the other ($3,500). Old Hickory also introduces a line of Live Edge walnut table tops. The natural edges of the wood plank, complete with burl and natural waves, have been preserved with a clear lacquer finish.
This circular Iron Scroll mirror combines elaborate ironwork in a verdigris finish with a wooded frame ($539). The highly ornate Crimson Scroll box with stand features a wood box in a red crackle finish and gold detailing atop an iron stand in an antique gold and silver finish ($649). A pair of stamped metal finials in a light bronze finish make their debut ($150, set). A metal sunflower charger with a mottled gold, copper and red finish can also be hung on the wall or placed on a table as a candle holder ($180).
The hand-painted Chained Red lamp has a deep red and cream pattern that complements its sand-colored linen shade. From the Winterthur Museum Collection, the Port Royal lamp has a highly detailed pattern hand-painted on porcelain in gem tones.
This highly detailed, hand-painted bronze porcelain centerpiece has a striking white-on-black toile motif ($538). A hand-painted porcelain table lamp in soft celadon and brown is topped with a complementary cream shade ($392). A pair of bird figurines comes in neutral beige or brightly hand-painted ($52 to $64). A red and white handcrafted and hand-painted vase with an Asian dragon design is available in 17-inch or 23-inch sizes ($198 to $279).
The new Legato tub chair's transitional looks are enhanced by its mahogany wood and veneer construction ($709). Both the pedestal Corsino dining table ($2,023) and the rectangular Allesso dining table ($1,011) have a mahogany top and a rattan weave base.
Palecek's new resin reproduction of blue natural reef coral brings a feel of the ocean indoors and is mounted on a wooden base ($158). The piece is also available in brown. The finial lamp has a solid turned wood base with a mottled finish ($378). Solid wood finials, finished to a shiny black, have a central split for disguising treasures ($158 to $278).
Reflective Waters, a captivating landscape, gains some of its impact from its impressive size ($359, 3×4). A chalkboard in a shabby chic ivory frame makes a stylish and functional statement ($199). Also new at High Point is a retro starburst beveled mirror with antique gold embellishments ($324). A sepia photograph of a dahlia has an elegant feminine presence ($304).
A new wool rug from the Soho Collection stands out with its graceful lines in shades of natural brown ($1,200, 5×8). Also from the Soho Collection, a modern rug in Tibetan wool with a mosaic design in shades of myrtle green debuts ($1,200, 5×8). From the Modern Collection, a wool and silk rug with freestyle rings atop a field of ivory and gold is added ($6,399, 8×10). New from the Traditional Collection is a floral and vine pattern in ivory, tobacco, beige and russet with a pencil-point finish in pure wool ($4,899, 9×12).
Introducing the Madison hall table and mirror in a handsome merlot finish. The table features a silver rail and drawer pulls.
The Rock Art hand-tied wool rug echoes ancient art techniques ($698, 4×6). Pendleton has used photos of Native Americans and western icons to create wall decor ($78 to $84) and leather throw pillows ($149 to $198). The Ranch House wool blanket, shams and pillows come in a bright Navajo blanket pattern ($48 to $244). Two tabletop collections also debut: Ranch House, red and turquoise hand-painted earthenware ($58 to $72), and Grand Lodge, 100% vitrified china with an understated teepee motif ($58 to $88).
Woven rattan gives a casual slant to the new contemporary floor lamp ($499). Stacking twist vases, made from strips of bamboo, can be used together or separately ($629 to $899). Three partitions, constructed from pressed strips of rattan, can be positioned under glass in hundreds of ways to create the uniquely changeable Nicole dining table ($3,249).
Double Senses is introduced, a mixed media piece that juxtaposes contemporary blocks of earth tones with clear, bright hues on a 40-inch by 40-inch canvas. Summer's Pond, a painting on canvas, gives the peaceful impression of blue, green, taupe and gold leaves and grasses surrounding open water. Believe I and II are companion mixed media on canvas pieces, each 60 inches by 24 inches, with complementary blocks of floral patterns and stylized motifs.
Autumn Embers, a print by Seth Garret, contrasts the stark gray of tree trunks with a splash of autumn foliage ($319). Indigo Panel 1, 2 and 3 echo Arabic tiling patterns or the view through a kaleidoscope ($279, each). Ondenaga, a signed limited edition giclee, is reminiscent of a pool reflecting a fiery orange sunset ($369). Cup of Joe 1 and TeaTime 1 by B. Raitz are bright, whimsical paper and fabric collages ($179, each). Several other giclees are also be introduced at market.
The new two-drawer mirror accent table has an antique silver leaf finish and antique nickel pulls surrounded by a painted starburst. A brown hand-blown glass bowl features cat's eye cuts that allow aqua glass to show through. A cast aluminum vase by Marcius features modern styling accentuated by a nickel and coffee bean finish.
The Portfolio Collection
Five new exclusive and numbered Bella Pieroni nude prints debut ($225). Two antique hand-colored botanical sets are new to market; the Acorn set contains six prints and the Berries set contains four ($170 each). Two new children's art collections with a soldier theme are now available: seven soldiers come marching or standing while four come on horseback ($75 each).
Available in three sizes, the Antique Deco square pots are molded from cement and hand-painted with a distressed finish ($74 to $137). PTMD introduces Rose tea lights made from clay and finished in black or white at this market ($11). Reclaimed floatwood has been used to create the unique rustic Floatwood Mirror Series ($105 to $180).
Red Label introduces a set of three handmade clay jars with cast iron fleur de lis lids ($130). A similar set of three jars with more rounded shapes also debuts ($178). A 10-piece set of clay fruit ($118), a large antiqued red clay jar ($178) and a round shield-shaped wall lamp featuring a loose rattan weave ($99) are also introduced.
From the Urban Cottage Collection, Regina-Andrew introduces an aqua crystal helix lamp with a silver-plated base and hardback antique white shade ($437). Three other lamps from the same collection make their debut: the etched sea fan on aqua crystal table lamp ($229), the aqua crystal chipped-edge table lamp ($349), and the twirled chrome barrel cage table lamp ($499).
This traditional black and gold porcelain lamp is accentuated with yellow flowers, leaves and flecks of purple.
A new design is added to the Crescent Collection, which plays with traditional pattern, texture, and color to create a unique look and feel. The rug is handcrafted from 100% semi-worsted New Zealand wool ($699, 5×8). Also new is a modern rug from the Gold Collection, with hand-knotted New Zealand wool and silk highlights ($999, 5×8).
Spikes of greenery at variable heights create the striking new Tatu Stick vase, available in four sizes. The modern Yan chair has a stainless steel frame and a hand-pierced leather seat. The square Dado bench is made from a hair-on hide, also available in finished black or white leather. The freeform Map bowl by Regina Medeiros is cast in polychrome crystal. Two dining tables also debut: the wooden Box table with glass top and the steel frame and recycled wood top Pool 2 table.
Trio Apples, a limited-edition giclee on canvas by Peter Colbert, plays with light and shadow ($329). An unadorned wood-framed mirror from the Florentine Mirror Collection is augmented by a rich stain, and hand-polished with beeswax ($599). Also from the Florentine Mirror Collection, a mirror featuring an ornate pattern of ivory scrolls over black debuts ($799). Tony Koukos' photo, Lago di Como IV, captures the charm of an Italian lakeside town ($279).
Several reclaimed wood designs are introduced. The Kayapo stool features decorative sawtooth marks in a modern pie chart design ($1,542). The mushroom-shaped Siexo stool has a slight depression for seating ($3,300). Also new is the striking Ferpas wall sculpture ($2,453).
A handcrafted metal wall ornament boasts a central pineapple design amidst a swirl of iron in a rusty patina.
The Rug Market introduces Floris, a wool and art silk-tufted rug, which comes in two colorways: brown and bone ($650, 5×8). Cadena, also in wool and art silk, has an interlocking octagonal pattern and comes in rust and bone ($650, 5×8). Visconti has a stylized floral pattern in dots and teardrops and is made from hard-twisted wool in ivory, brown or sage ($598, 5×8). Bois, a hard- twisted wool rug, boasts a watered silk pattern in blue, brown, green or gold ($598, 5×8).
This three-tiered telephone table is handcrafted from alder and finished in high-gloss wasabi green ($259). The Frieda three-drawer commode has a distressed finish with 20 color choices, a driftwood top and antique French hardware ($849). Safavieh also introduces red calf leather-topped Soho nesting tables ($319, set of three).
A newly introduced Venetian tray stands out with scalloped edges and hand-painted finish ($310). A Venetian console table with a white marble top and antique gold-finished iron base is also new ($513). An oversized Tuscany armchair and ottoman make an expansive statement with woven rush and hand-rubbed wood construction ($748, chair; $463, ottoman). A tiered Tuscany serving cart and a carved pedestal table also debut.
The Rose floor lamp holds six lights on a pedestal, with crystal drops in a variety of heirloom colors and optional shades ($1,995).
The Maybank wall unit has bifold doors to accommodate a widescreen TV. The rubbed Victorian white finish allows a bayside blue undercoat to peek through, and the backboard is finished in the same blue ($5,300).
New eco-friendly Root of the Earth stools hail from North Vietnam, salvaged from cut trees and thinly lacquered for protection ($150). Also new are a stool, pedestal and bench made from reclaimed railway ties ($175 to $225).
The 70% cashmere and 30% silk throw can also be used as a bed spread or table covering. The tree of life pattern shows on both sides but on each side the dominate color is different. Many complementary color pairings are available, including cranberry/saffron, gold/cream, indigo/red and olive/wine ($89).
New rugs debut from the Andy Warhol collections. In the Pure Collection, Pop Circles has contrasting black and ivory patterns reminiscent of a telescope eye, and Flowers has a large stylized floral pattern in black, ivory and red ($399, 5×8). Both are machine-made from heat-set polyester with hand carving. Dice is introduced to the Revolution Collection and features muted colors and a modern block pattern in handcrafted wool ($499, 5×8).
The tiramisu-colored pedestals from the twisted stone collection feature an oval shape with a modern open-work design ($469 to $599). Also from the twisted stone collection, Statements debuts a set of three mocha marble candlesticks with a distinctive twist design ($299, set).
The new rustic Carney side table features a rich dark finish, deep carving and brass accents ($200). Influenced by the Tuscan countryside, the Aldridge Urn lamp has the elegant look of the Old World ($138).
Studio 505 introduces two hand-painted silk pillows. One features a blue and yellow parrot and the other a sunflower ($495 each).
The ultra-modern Massimo media bench is introduced, with convenient adjustable shelves and a solid top surface to accommodate flat-screen televisions ($475). Also new is a wide étagère from the same collection with glass shelves ($295) and a high dining table and a pair of barstools made from steel tubing ($370, set).
A large-scale Bird of Paradise tapestry is introduced, made of jacquard-woven chenille ($350). Also new is a hand-woven aubusson Portico tapestry in 100% wool ($2,250).
The Bamboo throw collection, debuts and comes in seven colors. Each throw is 75% environmentally friendly bamboo and 25% acrylic — providing a soft, durable, washable option ($215 to $290).
The cylindrical Galaxy pendant comes in gold, blue or red blown glass with 6- or 12-foot extensions ($300). Also debuting: The Whimsey table torchiere with hand-painted, hand-blown glass flute and over-all modern styling ($440); the similarly fashioned Garbanzo floor torchiere flute has a hand-painted crackle finish ($540); and the masculine Cyclone triple stack shade that comes atop a black lacquered wood floor lamp ($700).
The design of this Tikal pedestal table is based on ancient carvings in the ancient Mayan complex of the same name, in what is now Guatemala. Solid ash has been stained to a rich mahogany ($300).
The 100% Egyptian cotton Winterberry sheet set found its inspiration from an antique botanical print ($260, queen set). Also new at market, the rich floral velvet Camarin duvet from Pamela Kline's Bohemian Collection ($568, queen).
Urban Trends introduces a mercury glass decorative floral finial from the Paris Collection. Classic finial shapes, molded from silver mercury glass, are topped with a delicate spray of leaves and flowers ($65).
Large flowers perform a brilliant dance in Vikki Paint's Blooming Kaleidoscopes. The Picture Me at the Beach series features kids dressed for fun, posing on the sand. Several other series are also available as originals, prints, giclees or giclees with hand-painted accents.
The urn-shaped Versailles table lamp has an India gold finish and a black dupioni silk shade with gold silk lining ($160). Fiery highlights shine through the Corfina table lamp's tortoise glass and cast metal acanthus leaf base, topped with a silk cone shade ($190). Twin seagrass-wrapped disks are surrounded by cast metal scrollwork in Vintage Verandah's Corsica table lamp ($160). Three other traditional and transitional lamps are also new for this market.
Real railroad spikes have been cobbled together to form a clever base for this table's solid mahogany top ($295). The English Wall desk hides a workspace, cubbies and drawers while masquerading as a normal cabinet ($1,990). Whoa also introduces a classic breakfront that can accommodate flat screen TVs ($3,780).
A flowering twig and berries have been hand-painted on this porcelain lamp, boasting a chocolate linen shade ($220). Willow Green is introducing eight other lamps, ranging in style from contemporary to traditional. A Grecian bowl and urn and a pair of antique copper planters round out the company's accessories introductions.
World Designs introduces this handmade side table — featuring a cane shelf, marble top and distressed black finish ($359). Also new at this market is a Louis XVI cane and beechwood boudoir seat with carved detailing ($395). Both introductions come from the company's Continental Collection.
A hand-painted gold leaf vine circles the classy Willow pendant lamp, also available in sage and silver ($997). The Draper chest updates a curvy French Provincial look with a solid lacquer finish and understated hardware. Worlds Away introductions include other lamps and accent furniture pieces that are hand finished in the United States.
Uttermost and Surya at the Dallas Market Center