High Point Furniture Market Sneak Peak

High Point Furniture Market brings more than 75,000 people to High Point, North Carolina in search of the latest furniture market trends and finds. For Gabby, it is an all hands-on deck event full of hustle and bustle.

With market only a few days away, our design team is putting their final touches to our new product introductions. “It’s been exciting to see all of our new products arriving,” says Gabby Designer, Kai-ning Huang, “We love the new finishes we are introducing and can’t wait to see how our customers at High Point react to them.”

Unique Materials

While our biggest focus is on the quality and design of our new products, we also continuously focus on exploring new and unique materials to add to the Gabby line.

Abel Acrylic Barcart

“There are some great mixes of materials this market,” says Gabby Designer, Jill Harlan. “Not only have we explored new materials, but we have also expanded on some of Gabby’s favorites such as our use of acrylic, which you will see in our new Abel Bar Cart. The material has such unique characteristics and has continued to trend so well for Gabby as it offers sophistication and style, transitioning well with a variety of designs.”

We are also introducing a number of rattan products, a newer  material that Gabby has explored, offering an organic texture to the assortment. A few of our favorite introductions that incorporate this material is the Xander Coffee Table and the Wells Side Table. The Xander Coffee Table has a nice mix of contrasting natural and black rattan colors with two side slits, perfect for the Wells Side Table to nest as extra table space or as a footstool option.

Pictured: Mariah Chandelier, Hutch Side Table, Bianca Table Lamp, Michael Nesting Tables

Upholstery

Furniture Market Trends

Sneak peak of new blush fabric introductions!

We are also excited to introduce 38 new fabrics and leathers to the Gabby upholstery line. These fabrics consists of new linens, linen blends, velvets, leather, and patterns that are subtle enough in design to still play well with our neutral solid fabrics. You will find color schemes such as emerald green, seafoam green, blush, glacier blue, and navy in our new fabric line as well. All on trend and sure to make for an exciting upholstered piece.

We will also be introducing our new Gabby Tailored Quick-Ship Program, where you will now have the option to select from over 20+ of our stocked fabrics; including 4 leather options, in any one of our frames to create your own unique, custom upholstered piece that will be made in three weeks plus delivery time.

Lighting

Between table lamps, sconces and chandeliers, Gabby will introduce 33 new lighting pieces at High Point this market season. In addition to showing a variety of interesting materials, you will find more of the all metal look in our new introductions for an added element of sophistication.

“Gabby is known for using unexpected materials in our lighting designs; however, for this season we really tried to focus on this for our new lighting this season,” says Gabby lighting designer, Jill Harlan. “You will see a wide mix of unique materials, especially in the table lamp lighting category. From hand-painted ceramic bases, to the use alabaster and hand blown glass, you will see it all when it comes this assortment, which is something we are really excited about this High Point Market.”

Pictured: Delta Pendant, Juniper Lamp, Malcolm Lamp, Mariah Chandelier

Performance Pillow Style with Wendy Jane by Gabby

Furniture Market TrendsCome see our curated collection of indoor and outdoor performance pillows. Wendy Jane by Gabby features hundreds of stylish patterns, prints and solids. These fashion forward accents consist of down feel inserts wrapped in a water-repellent, easy-to-clean cover constructed with solution-dyed acrylic fibers. This new collection will be in Interhall showroom 203.

 

Join Us!

Street entrance:
200 International Home Furnishings Center, W168
E. Commerce Ave.
High Point, NC 27260

 

 

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