The April High Point Market may be postponed, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on new product. While you may not be able to shop them in person just yet, here’s a look at more of this spring’s furniture and decor debuts.
Dutchbone’s Tammy armchair exudes comfort and invites you in. With an Art Deco design, the chair comes in tartan or soft velvet options. Both feature dark wooden legs tipped with brass ferrules. www.dutchbone.com
Robin Baron’s Icon mirror is fully customizable in size and finish, making a statement in any room. www.robinbarondesign.com
With moderate scaling and soft contemporary design, Copeland Furniture’s Linn is an upcycled bedroom collection, crafted with reclaimed lumber. The Linn bed is perfectly complemented by the attached nightstands. www.copelandfurniture.com
From Level57 Art Studio, “Garden Lost in Layers” is available in a variety of sizes and framing options. www.level57art.com
Zuiver’s upholstered Albert Kuip Soft chair comes in various colors and a new black lacquered ash wood frame. Designed in collaboration with Amsterdam-based APE Studio. www.zuiver.com
A contemporary homage to the Ours Polaire collection by influential Mid-Century designer, Jean Royère — the Mbrace sofa from Nathan Anthony features a tight sculpted back and arm that gracefully envelopes the plump curves of its seat. www.nafurniture.com