Sabine sofa at High Point Market ~ Spring 2013

High Point Market – What a ride!

We had such a great time at market. It is always such a thrill to watch people”s reactions to our new designs. This market, front-and-center, our “Sabine” collection with its curves and precisely placed buttons creating an all-over diamond tufting. Our Sabine sofa is a superb mathematically engineered challenging piece and it rocked the market!

As much as we love attending High Point Market and seeing everyone”s creations, we relish in the chance to introduce our own new creations. Right before market we get excitedly anxious and when that is met with the exhilaration of the slots online australia introductions being a hit is an unbelievable feeling. It is extremely hard to quantify in words.

This market, in addition to Sabine, we enhanced our line of fashion-forward upholstery with a variety of new designs sporting fresh shapes, exquisite design details and the latest, on-trend fabrics. The below image captures all our new creations this market…


High Point Market is home to the world of home furnishings. It is where you will find the who”s who and trend setters of the home fashion industry. Visiting High Point Market is like an amusement park for designers. The vibrant colors, textiles, fabrics, lights all shaped by the thousand different minds of all those designers is truly a sight. Looking forward to the next show.

High Point Market ~ October 19 – 24

See you in the Fall!

Meet our designers at High Point Market!

Khai Mai and Tina Nicole are the husband and wife team behind this innovative, fashionable and burgeoning upholstery company. Together, they are the perfect blend of engineering smarts mixed with striking design talent – with Khai building the furniture and Tina working with scale and fabrics. This combination makes for an extremely unique and refreshing twist, and that is what has caused everyone to look to Nathan Anthony for what’s hot and trendy in the furniture world.

These trend setters are always inspired by their surroundings. Whether it’s the railroad tracks next to their furniture factory or a trade show like Maison & Objet in Paris, France, nothing escapes their keen sense of ingenuity and design. This is clearly evident by the Nathan Anthony showroom at High Point Market Spring 2013.

Make sure to stop by and say hello!


You are cordially invited!

High Point Market ~ Spring 2013 ~ April 20 – 25

We at Nathan Anthony invite you to visit our new showroom – Interhall 409 – this market. There will be fresh, new designs with new artful twists and wood treatments, along with many new elegant and on-trend fabric combinations. One of our most exciting introductions this market is the Sabine collection, pictured below.

Sabine takes the traditional tufted Chesterfields in a new direction. The Sabine sofa, with its all-over diamond tufting, tight seats and curvy forms is upholstered on the artisan’s bench with every button meticulously set into place. Each seating surface floats on shapely wooden legs which have the allure of a high slit skirt. The Sabine collection includes the sofa, one-arm stand-alone chaise and table ottoman.

In addition to our Sabine collection, there are many more exciting introductions in the categories of four new sofas and sectional groups, two new beds, two new ottomans as well as new occasional and dining chairs.

Rounding out the exquisite presentations for this market, we are excited to be debuting in our new NA showroom the inspiring artwork of Sally J. Coates, a Los Angeles-based photographer, mixed-media artist and graphic designer, whose line includes both limited-edition photographs and fine art. In this line is an eye-catching, edgy 96-inch creation inspired by urban graffiti curated exclusively for Nathan Anthony’s High Point showroom and available for purchase and resale for HPMkt buyers.

We are counting down as there will be much to see, so please visit the new showroom – Interhall 409 – remember to put NA on your itinerary for market. Here is a sneak peek…

If it is your first time to High Point, visit the High Point Market website for more information regarding orientation seminars, information booths, videos, insider tips and much more.

Refresh – We are changing it up!

You may notice we are looking different these days. It’s still us, we’ve just had a logo and website face-lift. After all, we are based in Los Angeles and – they say – looks are everything.

We are not only better looking, we are also using the latest IPad and mobile device responsive technology which adjusts website appearance depending on the device used. So be sure to hit your REFRESH button.

In addition to this latest technology we have added new features which make navigation easier, allowing you to click and share all of your favorite Nathan Anthony pieces faster. You can download our catalog as well as tear sheets and schematics and save them to your Ipad or tablet so you have them on the go. Included on our new site are the latest introductions tab and all of our social media links. Make sure you note our new Hospitality tab which will be loaded with images and more information coming soon.

Please visit the Home page link above to enjoy our new features. We hope you join us in our new world and introduce your friends as well. It’s a fun and exciting time and we couldn’t be more thrilled for you to join us.

Bonn or Hannover – Which one do you like?

What do you think – this one or that one?

Design can be tricky. It’s almost impossible to produce an item that everyone will like because we all have such different tastes. Sometimes what we try and do is take a design and give it a little twist – change a feature or two and this changes the piece, which in turn invites a whole new audience and customer. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t.

Let’s take for example the below sofas –  Bonn and Hannover. The Bonn sofa is a Pinnacle Award Finalist and gained huge recognition for its modern lines and unique base. Still, as much attention as the Bonn sofa received not everyone loved it as much as we did so we thought we would change it up. We’ve received a great response on both styles and really enjoy making slight changes on current designs to suit everyone, but we really want to know what you think. Here’s what we did –

As you can see the design of these two models vary in the arm width, seat cushion treatment and overall height although both models have a high-design sculptured look due to the cantilever leg and square chassis. The Bonn design combines a box seat cushion and a knife-edge seat cushion, which is truly a unique pairing. It also has a low-high back cushion treatment and deep seating making it architecturally interesting and built for a specific taste. However, the Hannover, with its wider arm and boxed seat cushions, sits higher and appeals to a more transitional design sensibility thus opening this piece up to a whole new audience.

Tell us – which one do you like?