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New Product Introductions for Five of Sherrill’s Brands

This also includes an announcement for a brand-new collection launch by Nellie Howard Ossi, Nellie Jane for Mr. and Mrs. Howard.

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Introducing Nellie Jane for Mr. and Mrs. Howard

Mr. and Mrs. Howard for Sherrill Furniture is excited to announce a new 15‐piece capsule collection at the spring 2023 High Point Market designed by Nellie Howard Ossi, self-titled Nellie Jane for Mr. and Mrs. Howard. To celebrate this launch, Sherrill Furniture and Margot Shaw, Founder of Flower Magazine, are hosting a Mimosa brunch Sunday, April 23, to celebrate the premiere of Nellie’s new collection. A Mimosa bar paired with lite bites will be served from 10 am – 12 pm on the 2 nd floor of the brand-new Sherrill. Showroom in the Mr. and Mrs. Howard showroom space.

Nellie spoke with Sherrill Furniture when she was in the Sherrill factory making some final tweaks to her new collection. Here’s what she had to say: “I am so thrilled to collaborate with Sherrill Furniture for the launch of my collection for Mr. and Mrs. Howard. Sherrill is a long‐standing institution in the industry whose foundation is rooted in classic furniture. As a designer, I’ve seen many trends come and go along with changes in the industry. One thing I’ve noticed recently is a desire to return to traditionalism and a longing for maximalism,” said Nellie. Nellie shared one of her favorite quotes from Albert Hadley, which says, “Decorating is not about making stage sets, it's not about making pretty pictures for the magazine, it's really about creating a quality of life, a beauty that nourishes the soul.” “This is my philosophy on designing. I want to inspire you to create beautiful interior spaces that make you happy and feel at home,” said Nellie. Nellie has taken some of the staples of the golden age of design, like scalloped trims, box pleats, and gathered skirts, and brought them back in a clean way that’s suitable for today’s modern family.

“I wanted to create a livable luxury collection, which incorporates fabrics that are lush, but also easier to clean! I hope you enjoy the collection as much as I do; I am always happy to see the return of the ruffle,”
said Nellie.


Lillian August Celebrates 30 Years & 3 Generations of Design at Spring High Point Market

This spring, at High Point Market, Lillian August is celebrating the success of her brand, which includes a rich 30-year history and three generations of design. There will be a market kickoff party hosted by Brittany Chevalier, Executive Editor of Luxe Interiors + Design, to celebrate 30 years and three generations of design for Lillian August. The event will be held Friday, April 21, from 5-7 p.m. at the Sherrill Showroom. Lillian, her son Dan, and granddaughter Eliza now work together as a family team pursuing their creative endeavors and having strong relationships with their manufacturers. This talented trio continues to provide an unparalleled on-trend resource for home design with a strong brand vision. “I am so proud to be celebrating three generations of hard work and success with our family, friends, colleagues, and fans of great design,” says Lillian August.

The latest designs featured in the showroom lean into three unique lifestyles that represent the vision of the three generations. First is the Maximalist Regency, a look that Lillian always applauds, which blends historical references and glamour with bold, bright colors and patterns.

Eliza has inspired some introductions this season in a New Traditional style that is a fresh interpretation of the Grand-Millennial trend that is so popular today. These innovative designs revisit traditional styles and frames to highlight their romantic point of view. “I am inspired to introduce new pieces that will appeal to our devoted customer base along with a new generation of young designers who are revisiting what traditional means with a new romantic lens,” says Eliza Weiss.

The Vintage Roundtop collection, which mixes natural materials and relaxed finishes for an elegant casual look, represents Dan’s aesthetic and point of view. “Now, with three generations, we can expand upon our brand to portray a range of lifestyles and looks that fit various aesthetics,’’ says Dan Weiss, “We are excited to continue to develop new and elevated furniture designs for years to come.’’


Curved Shapes and Natural Materials Define Sherrill’s New Product Assortment

Sherrill Furniture is excited to announce its latest introductions for spring High Point Market in the newly renovated first floor of the Sherrill showroom. The goal was to create a fresh and updated approach to Sherrill’s overall design and display aesthetic. Several defining trends have shaped their new product lineup, including curved shapes, minimalism, and natural materials. These are seen throughout their introductions in upholstery, as well as in their Sherrill Occasional casegoods line and Whittemore Sherrill leather collection.

Curved shapes and natural materials are not just a passing trend in furniture design, but a reflection of our innate desire to reconnect with nature and create spaces that evoke a sense of comfort, harmony and balance, said Sydney Wells, Director of Marketing for all of Sherrill’s brands. India Miller, creative director for Hickory White and Lillian August upholstery divisions, has led the overall design of the showroom for this upcoming market. With careful consideration, she has chosen fresh fabrics to pair with the new frame designs introduced by Charles Sherrill. One of the first trends seen in Sherrill’s new product introductions is soft curves on organic forms. Some pieces from their Whittemore Sherrill leather collection are inspired by shapes found on the human form. These pieces are meant to hug the body and give support in all the right places. Simplistic fabrics and clean lines also continue to be popular. Furniture with minimalist design adds a sense of elegance and sophistication to any space. Sherrill has embraced this and taken it to the next level. Natural materials such as wood, stone, and leather can be found throughout their introductions.

These materials have a timeless appeal and are often used to create a calming and natural environment. Sherrill has always been known for their top-tier quality in upholstered designs, but this season Sherrill is giving customers a softer, more welcoming collection of introductions to choose from.


Precedent Furniture Embraces Timeless Style with Focus on 70s & 80s Retro

This spring, Precedent highlights its latest introductions at spring High Point Market. This season they are celebrating key design trends such as throwbacks to 70s-80s vintage retro, sustainable eco-friendly materials, and bold geometric patterns. Their product introductions include a mix of upholstered sofas, chairs, and dining chairs. A unique update is the addition of curved shapes and soft edges, which can be seen throughout the new product lineup.

“Warm, organic neutrals continue to be extremely popular for us, but we are seeing more deep, mesmerizing jewel-tones, and patterns on the rise,” said Tom Zaliagiris, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Precedent. Cozy vintage-retro furniture pieces from the late 70s and early 80s are making a comeback in a modern way. These designs can be seen throughout the new Precedent showroom and are characterized by clean lines, bold colors, and unique shapes.

With the growing concern for the environment, Precedent continues to opt in for more sustainable materials like recycled steel and lumber. For upholstery, they have a strong focus on eco-friendly textiles and have recently partnered with InsideOut Performance Fabrics on a selection of fabrics that are part of the new SEAQUAL INITIATIVE, featuring OEKO-TEX certified yarns that are made from repurposed marine litter.

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