More of what’s new at high point market

We’re back in NYC after a whirlwind three day trip down to High Point, North Carolina for the bi-annual Furniture Market. Today we’re sharing the rest of our favorite new finds  (including way too many from our girl, Celerie Kemble!). First though, a few of the best pieces from Mary McDonald’s line with Chaddock (this Million Dollar Decorator knows how to make furniture). We’re looking forward to using these chairs, below, for our next dining room. Don’t they have a great back?

A lovely vignette in a bedroom designed by Mary showcasing a gorgeous case piece and two side chairs. We loved the old school arrangement above!
Chaddock also has a great line of lighting. This sputnik-inspired pendant caught our eye.
Oomph is starting to sell these pillows, below, called the hashtag. Love the name and love the bright tape detail.
NYC Designer Celerie Kemble’s furniture and accessories really stood out this market. She touched all areas with lines for interiors, outdoors and smalls. This star base black lacquer and bone inlay table was the piece de resistance for us. We’d use it in a small dining room, breakfast nook, or even as a center hall table in a glam apartment.
Another piece from Celerie’s line with Henredon. This lucite and brass detail coffee table is one of the foundations of the line.
A GREAT mirror with a really unique finish.
We talked yesterday about what a big trend wicker was this season for both indoors and outdoors. This piece is by Mariette Himes Gomez for Hickory Chair. It makes a great piece for an entry, bedroom, or even as a chic TV console.
Continuing this trend into her outdoor line for Lane Venture, Celerie did this wicker, wave front demilune. This piece would be just as chic inside as out.


She also debuted a line of wood tiles that come in a variety of different color ways.
The star motif was present throughout Celerie’s lines from Henredon to Lane Venture.
This outdoor lounge chair, below, had a great four leaf clover design on its back.
Below, saying hi to the lady of the hour, Miss Celerie Kemble!