You’ve seen her in classic films like The Godfather and Annie Hall. Writing her own love story in Something’s Gotta Give. And plotting her revenge in The First Wives Club. Diane Keaton has graced the silver screen in countless movies that have earned her icon status. And while you can stream this leading lady into your home via your TV screen, now you keep her creative spirit as a permanent fixture of your interiors with the new Elements by Diane Keaton textile collection for S. Harris. A cast of sartorial solids and runway-ready prints comprises the line of fabrics, brought to life in monochromatic colorways that are signature to Diane and her dapper sense of style. We’re pulling back the curtain for a behind-the-scenes look at our Los Angeles photoshoot with the award-winning actress. Take a peek below and find out why textiles are her latest encore.
ON HER COLLABORATION WITH S. HARRIS…
“Even being a part of this is really kind of spectacular for me-this is really great material and I’m interested in that.”
ON HER MOTHER’S INFLUENCE…
“My mother was everything. I remember when I was young, my mother was crowned Mrs. Los Angeles. And I remember watching her on TV and thinking, ‘Ohh….I want to do that.’ So I was very influenced by my mother and what she did in that moment in her life. She was my North star.”
ON WHAT DEFINES HOME…
“My mother and my father and my family in Southern California, in Santa Ana-that was everything. And it still is.”
Well, who would have thought we’d come back from Spring High Point Market having had conversations about avatars, the Metaverse and cryptocurrency! Imaginations and musings about the future of the furniture industry and trends ran deep in our Interhall showroom, and we could not be more thrilled!
As an upholstery company for interior designers, we wanted to bring something truly special and forward thinking. A collection that merges design, art, and technology with custom offerings was the way to go for this market. Our new cryptocurrency inspired furniture collection called ÆTHR (ee-thur) debuted- a show stopping collaboration between our Creative Director Tina Nicole and multimedia artist Sahara Novotna was all the buzz.
“We share a love for art that is playful and disruptive,” says Nicole, who initiated the collaboration with Novotna. “I think Sahara’s subversive street-art style sets the right tone for expressing our mutual fixation with cryptocurrency, and the bridge between physical works and NFTs.”
For our ÆTHR capsule collection, Novotna incorporated 24K gold bitcoin, shredded $100 bills from the U.S. mint, and hand applied gold leaf, graffiti paint, and resin to wood panels. Tina Nicole designed the chair with these signature resin artworks in mind to bring something truly special for interior designers wanting something for their clients that no-one else has.
Watch Tina Nicole’s interview on Design TV by Sandow media and LUXE Magazine!
Adding to our ALAIS collection this season are a fully upholstered daybed, a plush sofa, and a sculptural accent chair — each are distinguished by handcrafted, ball feet produced in resin.
Our creative director Tina Nicole designed the upholstery frames while Novotna crafted the 8-inch spheres, using an artisanal process she developed in her Los Angeles studio. Each resin ball bears the artist’s unique stamp.
The ALAIS collection is additionally distinguished by Tina’s fabric cover selection for the Spring showroom presentation, including Italian body cloths sourced from Fishman’s Fabrics in Chicago.
We also extended our offering of Japandi-themed items, creating a modern dining chair with an upholstered roll back, cleverly named CA ROLL, as well as adding to our popular Freya seating collection.
Always on the leading edge, we created digital artwork of these original designs and minted them as NFTs (non-fungible tokens) — a High Point Market first — available exclusively on the OpenSea.io marketplace. Bidding on these rare digital assets has closed for now (was only offered for a limited time). You can still make an offer, search for NATHAN ANTHONY at OpenSea.io!
Here are some more snaps from our showroom for you to enjoy!
Thank you to everyone who attended, and to those who supported us in the media and on social media! We had a great time! Thank you also for reading our blog. Keep up with the latest happenings at Nathan Anthony through our social channels. Connect with us directly on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, and check out our latest videos onYouTube. Or follow the hashtags #nathananthony, #nathananthonyfurniture and #uphlstryart. We’d love to engage with you online!
It goes without saying, if your showroom is described as the “Happy showroom,” you’ve done your job at High Point Market. That’s exactly what happened. It was important for us to bring the happy straight from California. And, with so many new faces visiting this fall that we didn’t get to see last June, this High Point Market was super special. We had a fantastic turnout and we are still jazzed about it!
It’s all about connecting and seeing our customers when we travel all the way to North Carolina to present our furniture collections designed in California. Debuting at fall High Point Market was our Alais collection, which featured a fully upholstered bed, an accent chair and a bench, each distinguished by curvaceous shapes and the addition of solid wood ball-shaped feet, crafted from hardwood and sized to scale.
“There’s been a definite evolution in our designs over several seasons,” says our lead designer Tina Nicole. “We started by rounding out accent chair frames several years ago for styles like Elan and Dali, and then more dramatically for our popular Buttercup chair. We also began to shape the foam padding surrounding the frames, which added soft dimensionality and plushness, as well as visual interest, to our Chablis and Chelle styles.”
“From there, we really pushed the envelope by shaping larger wood frames with no angles to create the Embrace collection, which was launched in early 2020 and features our best selling sofa,” she adds. “Rounder shapes are more inviting, like getting a hug, and our interior designer clients have really responded to that.”
The Alais collection is additionally distinguished by the fabric cover selection for the fall showroom presentation. Sourced from Fishman Fabrics in Chicago, LaCosta is a high end wool boucle produced in Italy from pure wool and cotton. Available in 8 colorways, the base material is flecked with colorful, confetti-like yarns.
“I love the quality of the material,” says Tina. “It’s luxe, but it’s also very fun and the overall showroom design reflects that vibe. We wanted to bring a dose of ‘happy’ to Fall’s High Point Market.”
Inspiration for the showroom started with the LaCosta Boucle confetti yarns. We took the colorful flecks and “spilled” them into the showroom in the form of giant bright-colored paper lanterns as chandeliers. Walls did not go unnoticed either, we used large scale shapes to color-block the walls and threw confetti paper on them. Fun! Everyone who walked felt excited about the positive energy and, as we mentioned above, we became known as the “Happy Showroom.”
Building on our confetti theme, we finished off the showroom with confetti cake pops, which were a hit! Yum!
Here are some snaps from the market we think you’ll enjoy!
We are always excited to hear what people think about our furniture. When Business of Home’s market editor, Caroline Biggs, selected our ALAIS COLLECTION for her Best of Market Debuts and mentioned that our ALAIS bed in LeCosta confetti boucle made her “heart skip a beat” we knew we had a home run! Thank you BOH!
A big thank you to 2021 Style Spotter Sara Malek Barney of Bandd Design for style spotting our ALAIS bench, it was so nice to meet you in person! Also, thank you to Cindy Hodnett and the IMC for filming our Tina Nicole on 2022 trends. Thank you to HAT for the interview. Thank you also to the amazing TRIM QUEEN, Jana Phipps, for bringing your designer tour in to see our furniture.
Thank you also to Leslie Newby at Work the Brand and her team for getting the word out there for us. Thank you also to Gina Hicks and her team at Vivid Interiors in NC who made the showroom come alive and brought our confetti theme to fruition. Last but not least, thank you for our artisans, office team and Brand Ambassadors back home for all of your hard work to bring these styles to market and to make market a huge success! We appreciate you!
Thank you to everyone who visited, it was a pleasure to see you! Keep up with the latest happenings at Nathan Anthony through our social channels. Connect with us directly on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, and check out our latest videos on YouTube. Or follow the hashtags #nathananthony, #nathananthonyfurniture and #uphlstryart We’d love to engage with you online!
High Point Market 2021 is quickly approaching and we can’t wait to show you what we’ve been working on! This year is EXTRA special as our intros two special collaborations.
The High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, bringing more than 75,000 people to High Point, North Carolina, every six months. Serious retail home furnishings buyers, interior designers, architects, and others in the home furnishings industry can be found in High Point twice a year because if you can’t find it in High Point…it probably doesn’t exist.
Our collections will be shown in our permanent High Point Market showroom, InterHall IH- 602, June 5 – 9.Reserve your spot today!
“With the home continuing to serve as a haven, I’ve been paying attention to seat depth, double down cushion fills, extra surface padding, and cozy fabric covers like extra plush boucle,’ says Co-Founder and Principal Designer Tina Nicole. “Interior design clients want to live more fully in their spaces. People want upholstered furniture they can curl up into.”
Nicole saw a need for a curvy wing swivel chair called TEDDY that had an enveloping feeling to it. She also wanted to design a smaller swivel chair and ottoman called HELA to go with FREYA (see below.) All these shapes are hitting the right style notes- soft, cozy, rounded, billowy and functional.
That is just the start of what you can expect to see in this upcoming market, but let’s dive in further!
Nathan Anthony x Sanne Vloet x LP Creative
Dutch model Sanne Vloet and Lauren Piscione of LP Creative were set to create a new living space in Vloet’s Los Angeles home when the pair teamed up with our co-founder and principal designer Tina Nicole to co-design a three-piece sectional inspired by the east-meets-west Japandi aesthetic. It took several rounds of drafts, prototyping and sit tests. In the end, we created FREYA!
Freya, measuring 152-inches (W) by 102-inches (D) by 27-inches (H), is named for one of the preeminent goddesses in Norse mythology. It features a tight seat and back; large boxed accent pillows; and all double-down fill on its seats, backs, arms and accent pillows. It’s shown in an ivory French boucle.
Nathan Anthony x Cara Woodhouse
The Pilar upholstered bed, custom designed by Cara Woodhouse of Cara Woodhouse Interiors, is an update to our Divano style, featuring pill-shaped edges which convey a look of the moment, at once modern and minimalistic. The headboard extends well beyond the width of the foot rails, and its linear-rectangular upholstery zones with rounded corners are separated by a refined metal accent.
At 144 inches, the extra wide shapely headboard additionally features polished chrome metal accents. This modern platform bed style requires only a Queen-size mattress, which is recessed inside the platform cavity. It is shown in a Belgian ivory velvet
We hope you are as excited for High Point Market 2021 as we are! Please don’t hesitate to write to us with any additional questions at [email protected]
To avoid having to wait in a socially-distanced line, pleaseregister online before you arrive to High Point Market.
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2020 has turned out to be a year like no other, in many unprecedented ways. What started out as a great intro to the New Year, turned into a lockdown and a rather difficult time of life, for many, due to Covid-19 and other devastating events that have occurred throughout the year. Our hearts continue to be with those affected by this year’s happenings.
To recap the year and share some of the good that still came from it, here are our highlights of 2020.
To start off the year, we were featured on American Dream TV’s “Hidden Gems” Los Angeles edition with host Rima Shideler. We took the crew inside our 40,000-square-foot Los Angeles showroom and factory and discussed our production process and gave a little history behind our company. We were thrilled to be featured! You can watch the episode here.
With the international pandemic hitting an all time high this past March, we were forced to put a stop on production and lockdown for almost two months. We saw that in those first few months, there was a shortage of PPE. Looking at our shelves full of fabric, we decided we could help others by designing and making masks. First, we had to outfit our work areas to be safe for our employees. We built stations six-feet apart with protected shields. We pivoted our business to making masks. We donated masks to food banks, hospitals, nursing homes, clinics and more. After a while, we added some masks for sale to our website. The proceeds were donated to Global Giving’s Corona Virus Relief Fund.
In April, Spring’s High Point Market, an event we spend six months preparing for, was cancelled. This was a major upset for us, as we love meeting you and debuting our newest designs . Thankfully, for technology, we could turn to webinars and lots of video production to keep the connection with you .
Our EMBRACE sofa introduced for April High Point Market was an immediate hit. Embrace was then nominated for the 2020 Product Design Award! The award voting dates have been rescheduled to February 2021. Stay tuned for links and information on how you can vote!
Design et al London named our Tina Nicole to the WORLD’S LEADING DESIGN NAMES LIST 2021!! Wow! Tina Nicole is our co-founder, creative director and principal designer here at Nathan Anthony. Her incredible vision, fearless approach to design, dedication and devotion to her craft makes it only fitting that she was selected for this prestigious recognition. Read here a full article including her background, philosophy, predictions for 2021 and to find out some of her favorite things! We are pinching ourselves and are so proud of her!!
Fall’s High Point Market was given a green light and we were able to continue the show, but at 70% less attendance. We still had a huge success with the introduction of our EMBRACE Collection extensions – Cuddle chair, Swivel Chair and Sweetheart ottoman and a sweet designer taught us a new way of relaxing on a sofa… and begins with “the slide.”
On December 3rd, we enjoyed the highlight of the year, the World’s First Luxury Digital Designer Showhouse, Created Entirely And Only In The Virtual World! With products highlighted in augmented reality! See here!
15 amazing sponsoring brands + 11 nationally known A-List designers have come together to make this a fun, beautiful, safe and inspiring experience (((can we refer to the prior blog post for more info here))). You’ll be able to go on a 360 walk-around inside each room, peer in corners, look at ceilings, floors, zoom in, zoom out!⠀
The Showhouse has product discovery built in as well as some shoppable links – so you will be able to click open every product featured by our 11 participating designers to get the stories, additional images and details you need, fast!⠀⠀⠀
In addition, some of the products will be highlighted in augmented reality, so you can scan the QR code and project these products in your home to see how they look!
To close, 2020 has taught us to cherish health, family and friends. To be appreciative for all that we have, not matter how small. Life may not always go as planned, but the strength to adapt, grow, listen and overcome will get us through.
From our family to yours. Thank you to our customers and fans for your continued support. Our hearts are with those of you who are struggling during this time.
Thank you to everyone for reading our blog. We hope you all stay safe and enjoy the new year. We look forward to seeing you next High Point Market in June 2021! To keep up with the latest happenings here at Nathan Anthony, please follow the hashtags #nathananthony, #nathananthonyfurniture and #uphlstryart or connect with us directly on Facebook,Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Also, you can always check out our latest videos on Youtube.
This year’s High Point Market was like no other. Attendance was optional, even for exhibitors. And, with a projected 50% to 70% drop in visitors this time, it was a difficult decision. On top of that, corona virus cases have been rising sharply day by day as the weather cools. The thought of traveling to North Carolina for us Californians caused great anxiety.
But, we did it. We went to High Point and gave it our best. It turned out to be so worth it. Visitors who came were serious about shopping. And, we met so many first-time-to-market visitors, and people who were just walking by with smiling faces, their excitement was palpable. With daily health screenings, masks and hand sanitizer in abundance, everyone seemed to feel safe and at ease.
When you have a hit, it’s important to go with it. So, this October, we added on to our wildly popular EMBRACE. We added an Embrace Cuddle chair and a half and an Embrace swivel chair. We also designed a new SWEETHEART ottoman to go with the EMBRACE collection.
Embrace, unlike any other seating collection, is the type of sofa that one “slides” into and does not just “sit” on. We created some fun moments capturing designers showing us how to do “the slide.”
Here are some more favorite captures from High Point Market 2020!
Our showroom colors were inspired by the blues, greens and peachy pinks found in peacock feathers and tropical prints. There was a rich layering effect of color as we expanded the spectrum within these hues to burnt sienna, berries and emerald. It was gorgeous!
As the nation’s economy struggles to put itself back together, the furniture and home furnishings industry is having an outstanding year. Americans, working from home and no longer traveling for business or pleasure, are shifting huge amounts of their disposable dollars to fixing up and decorating their personal and rental homes. This trend—combined with product stock shortages created by panic-induced order cancellations earlier in the year and factory shutdowns—created a seller’s market – excerpt from Business of home
Nathan Anthony has seen an uptick in the demand for its products and custom furniture as more people are wanting to renovate their spaces, our designer/customers are busier than ever! Because we are a domestic manufacturer, we are able to create beautiful custom furnishings and meet deadlines.
With the thanksgiving holiday upon us, we want to express our deep gratitude to our amazing team of artisans, managers, customer service team and reps for their devotion to our company. “Every day in the factory, I witness a commitment to service through the hands and hearts of our amazing craftspeople. Khai and I are incredibly grateful for their devotion.” – Tina Nicole, Co-founder, Creative Director & Principal Designer.
Thank you to our fans and customers for reading our blog, we look forward to seeing you next spring at High Point Market 2021! To keep up with the latest happenings here at Nathan Anthony, please follow the hashtags #nathananthony, #nathananthonyfurniture and #uphlstryart or connect with us directly on Facebook,Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Also, you can always check out our latest videos on Youtube.
Wanna Snuggle? Good Vibes! Suite Life! Happy Pills! It seems our messaging at High Point Market resonated majorly with visitors. Pair that with eye-catching showroom design, product introductions, speaker event, and book launch and we were the talk of the town. The most fun though was our speaker panel event, co-hosted with LUXE Interior & Design Magazine called: Art of Risk-Taking: Bold Moves in Design, Business + Life. We had a packed showroom and had the pleasure of meeting so many design enthusiasts, new buyers and designers.
High Point Market is the largest home furnishings industry trade show in North America, bringing 2,000 exhibitors and more than 75,000 people to High Point, North Carolina. Serious retail home furnishings buyers, interior designers, architects, and others in the home furnishings industry are drawn to this quaint south eastern town twice a year.
Here are some of the highlights from our showroom for those of you who may have missed it. If you did come by, please enjoy some of the best shots from our photo gallery!
Art by: byRobynBlair. Bed “Z-3V2” designed in collaboration with Cara Woodhouse Interiors + Tina Nicole. “Niagara” bench design by Tina Nicole
Relax sectional and POW! ottoman
The Evok sectional
Aerie, Elan fringe, Buttercup
So many High Point Market visitors came to our panel discussion on the Art of Risk-Taking: Bold Moves in Design, Business + Life panel event on Saturday, co-hosted with LUXE Interior & Design Magazine. Nathan Anthony co-founder, CEO and Creative Director, Tina Nicole, spoke about her new book DREAM DESIGN DISRUPT andgave insights into her success and empowering others to get out there and take on their dreams.
Kathryn Given, Erinn Valencich, Cara Woodhouse, Tina Nicole (speaking), Robyn Blair
We had the distinct pleasure of hosting instagram influencers Cara Woodhouse and by RobynBlair on our panel. Their insights into the importance of Instagram and social media, and how powerful engagement and connecting with others through social media has been for them and their growing brands was very helpful. We all walked away feeling empowered.
Kathryn Given, Erinn Valencich, Cara Woodhouse (speaking), Tina Nicole, Robyn Blair
Tina Nicole & Robyn Blair
Nathan Anthony’s Gobi chair selected by Cara Woodhouse Interiors for By Robyn Blair’s Tribeca apartment project
Author Tina Nicole signing her new book DREAM DESIGN DISRUPT for visitor
Author Tina Nicole signing her new book DREAM DESIGN DISRUPT for visitor
Author Tina Nicole signing her new book DREAM DESIGN DISRUPT for visitor
Author Tina Nicole signing her new book DREAM DESIGN DISRUPT for visitor
Author Tina Nicole signing her new book DREAM DESIGN DISRUPT for visitor
Michel backside view
Aerial chair display by Tina Nicole
Thank you for reading our blog today, we look forward to seeing you next spring at High Point Market 2020! To keep up with the latest happenings here at Nathan Anthony, please follow the hashtags #nathananthony, #lovenathananthony and #uphlstryart or connect with us directly on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
We have a big announcement! Just around the corner is fall High Point Market and we have lots of exciting things happening, we cannot wait to share it all with you!
This year we are collaborating with leading interior designer and influencer Cara Woodhouse Interiors. The collaboration was conceived when Woodhouse was tapped by niche pop artist and media darling Robyn Davidson – who markets her colorful candy-inspired art under the name byrobynblair – to design Davidson’s Tribeca loft apartment in bold candy-colored tones reflective of the artist’s brand. Working in tandem with our designer, Tina Nicole, Woodhouse chose a collection of Nathan Anthony signature upholstered items, customized by Woodhouse, for the Tribeca loft living areas and bedroom.
These new pieces, will debut in a special presentation in our new High Point Market showroom, InterHall space IH-602! #Yayus
Fall 2019 High Point Market will run October 19-23rd, 2019, with a soft opening day for us on Friday 10/18.
Following the show, Cara Woodhouse will exclusively offer NA-produced items through her new shoppable content platform at www.woodhousedecor.com.
On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 @ 3p.m., in conjunction with LUXE. Magazine, we are hosting a panel discussion called: THE ART OF RISK TAKING: Bold Moves in Design, Business & Life, with our very own Tina Nicole, Cara Woodhouse of Cara Woodhouse Interiors, Robyn Davidson pop artist byRobynBlair and Erinn Valencich of Style Row. Location: Nathan Anthony showroom, IHFC IH602.
Please join us! Book signing by Tina Nicole to follow!
Thank you for reading our blog today, we look forward to seeing you at Fall High Point Market 2019! To keep up with the latest happenings here at Nathan Anthony, please follow the hashtags #nathananthony, #lovenathananthony and #uphlstryart or connect with us directly on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
Just back from Spring High Point Furniture Market 2019 and We. Are. Amped!
Every season we look forward to High Point Market… but this year, it was extra special. Celebrating the launch of our new permanent showroom, IH602 was amazing! With a ribbon cutting ceremony and champagne to mark the momentous occasion, we were super excited and appreciative to all who celebrated with us. We’ve been showing in Interhall since 2010, wow! It’s nice to have IH602 to call home now, so our customers and fans can find us every market, yay!
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, co-founders Khai & Tina celebrating, IH602
New styles and new looks are the draw at High Point market and we really try to bring it every time. This market, we added performance fabrics to our line up of new upholstery with 8 new colors of Ultrasuede and, new for us,- SUNBRELLA! No longer mostly for outdoor, Sunbrella is THE benchmark for indoor performance fabrics too. Check out our Pow! ottomans in Ultrasuede and Filip sofa in Sunbrella!
To keep the party going, here are the stars and highlights from #HPMKT High Point Market Spring 2019:
Fun and versatile, Pow! is a series of accent ottomans that may be used as seats, tables or footrests. Available in a variety of new Ultrasuede® colors, Sunbrella® and over 200 different fabrics and leathers, the Pow! design suspends each cushioned surface in a dual-ring frame constructed of durable steel tubes finished in flat (matt) black. In addition to a wide range of cover options, several different sizes of the Pow! ottomans are available.
Pow! ottomans shown in new Ultrasuede colors
ElanR/007 sectional with Pow! ottomans, Budda rug
Pow! Style Spotted by Courtney McLeod! Thank you Courtney! @rightmeetsleftinteriordesign
Pow! new colors of Ultrasuede- Marigold, Nectarine, Raisin
Fresh color is the call of spring. New blooms abound and everything is just perky. Our color line up this market was just that. Principal designer, Tina Nicole felt inspired by cool and warm tones of oranges- mango, raisin, pinks and blues- Caribbean, lake, cerulean and, of course, her favorite- citron + hues in between this season. When yarns cross, you see gradients of pinks and taupes that help it all make sense for the interior decor. Whoa!
Juliet sits on three elegant and distinctive legs. Her curvy and sloping profile enfolds like the carriage of a 1930s coupe, making her the center piece of any room. She’s available with the arm on the left (as shown #0369) or the arm on the right (#0248) or with two arms (#0468), or in custom sizes.
Juliet (LAF) sofa striking a pose!
Juliet being adored by visitors IH602! <3
Juliet (LAF) sofa (3-legs)
Juliet (2-arm) sofa (3-legs)
Juliet chair in Ultrasuede
Juliet chair in Ultrasuede + SKLo glass sculpture!
Relax, a new modular sofa/sectional collection for hanging around and relaxing with family and friends. It’s tight seat tight back combination allows for a contemporary and tidy look. Just add a few accent pillows and you’re ready to chill. Relax can be customized.
New styles and new looks are the draw at High Point market and we really try to bring it every time. This market, we added SUNBRELLA! No longer mostly for outdoor, Sunbrella is perfect for indoor performance fabrics too. The new FILIP sofa was shown in Sunbrella Essential Spark, what a beauty!
Filip sofa shown in SUNBRELLA with new wood base and finish “light oak”
Sporting a crisp, contemporary silhouette, Filip features an updated mid-century modern-inspired look. Two versions are available — a tight back design with decorative tufting; and a two-over-two loose cushion design. Both designs sit on a stylish four-legged wood platform base. Options include two standard sizes (80 inches and 96 inches), a sectional configuration, and custom sizing is offered.
A classic mid-century silhouette, our new Fender collection features handsome blind tufted cushions and floats on two beautifully sculptrued metal legs available in four finishes. Fender is perfect for swanky lofts, chic condos and high powered office decor.
Fender sofa shown in charcoal leather with flat black metal feet
Fender sofa shown in charcoal leather with flat black metal feet
A new angled wing bed, Oliver features three stacked layers of upholstery grouped into zones separated by coordinating wood, in a new darling walnut finish. The wings start wide at the bottom then delicately taper toward the top, enhancing the exotic, sculptural feeling of the bed. The “zones” are upholstered all the way around the outside back. Designers can get creative by selecting fabrics to create an ombre effect or use different contrasting colors for a splash of pop in the bedroom. Available in eleven wood finishes and over 250 fabrics, leathers, COM or COL. Can be ordered in eastern king, California king, queen, full or full XL sizes or custom sizes and heights.
Oliver bed with darling walnut wood finish, Niagara ottoman in Ultrasuede chartreuse with darling walnut wood finish, Z3 chair and Martini chair
Jagger arm chair in Ultrasuede citron, darling walnut wood finish
Jagger arm chair in Ultrasuede citron, darling walnut wood finish
A classic mid-century silhouette, our Jagger collection features handsome blind tufted cushions and gorgeous wood frame accentuating a stately square back. Order jagger with its matching ottoman for longtime lounging. Perfect for lofts and condo-living.
Jagger arm chair in Ultrasuede cobalt blue, darling walnut wood finish
Niagara shown in Maharam Velvet Stripe with Ultrasuede chartreuse underneath, with wood panel in darling walnut
Niagara shown in Ultrasuede lake
Niagara shown in Ultrasuede chartreuse, with wood panel in darling walnut
Thank you to all who visited us at #HPMKT, we enjoy so much twice annually seeing our customers and having the opportunity to share and connect with the design community! Thank you also to @Ultrasuede_r, @Sunbrella and @SKLostudio for your partnership and for allowing us the use of your fine products in our showroom! Make sure to follow these fine companies!
And, thank you for reading our blog! We hope you enjoyed our content. To keep up with the latest happenings here at Nathan Anthony, please follow the hashtags #nathananthony, #lovenathananthony and #uphlstryart or connect with us directly on Facebook,Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
Ready, set, vogue! Last week, our newest products hit the cat-walk in our run-way themed showroom at the October High Point Market 2017. The showroom featured wall graphics to underscore the theme, upholstery color palette of blueberry, blush and bone hues, as well as variations of white and gray, plus lush layered leathers.
“We were inspired by the ornate fabrics, puffy sleeves and fringe seen on the fashion runways in New York, Paris and Milan this year,” said Tina Nicole, co-owner and lead designer of Nathan Anthony.
High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, bringing more than 75,000 people to High Point every six months. You can expect all serious retail home furnishings buyers, interior designers, architects, and others in the home furnishings industry to be seen at the market twice a year.
The models that took the run-way this market were:
ELAN SWIVEL CHAIR
Reprising a best-seller, the Elan swivel chair is reimagined this fall with a new, limited edition leather application. White leather with black leather strips are hand-sewn in a unique tiled pattern along the chair back, cascading into a dramatic 18-inch fringe that drops from the seat bottom. The result is a head-turning, jaw-droopingly gorgeous chair.
Tina Nicole & Khai Mai, designers and co-founders
Demonstrating her mastery of cover-to-frame applications, Tina Nicole, lead designer, daringly brings us a new, leather-dressed swivel chair. Jolie is offered as a swivel chair or as a sofa. Key features: masterful inlays of ruched leather on the arm side panels, accented with sparkling crystals, or crimped leather layered in a ruffle effect. The impressive box-shaped swivel chair rests on a metal tubular base, available in three on-trend finishes.
CIELO LOUNGE SYSTEM
Designed for easy socializing, the Cielo sofa features a series of movable, “floating” back cushions that may be rearranged in a 360-degree pattern to fit any configuration of sitters. The cushions are weighted, providing ample support while still being easy to move and reconfigure. The result: Cielo can go formal, relaxed or lounge-y, depending on how the cushions are arranged. Sporting deep diamond tufts, Cielo floats on an upholstered plinth base whose channels are precisely married to the exit of every tuft. Four sofa lengths are available and customizable.
ELAN ANGLED SOFA
Responding to customer demand for more choices in the company’s range of designs featuring strong angles, Nathan Anthony introduces a new frame to its popular Elan collection. The sofa’s boasts an artful geometric back-panel with a new inviting shape – a beautiful angled metal base. Its base is available in three on-trend metal finishes. Cover options include new piqué and herringbone leathers with patterned embossing – a designer’s favorite!
For the first time, the popular Sabine sofa is now available in a loose cushion-seat version. One of the most recognized sofas in furniture design today, the luxurious Sabine sofa boasts a modern Chesterfield silhouette with an all-over deep tufted back, arms and seat, shown this season in luxurious French Grey Ultrasuede®. Each tufted button is hand placed in consideration of where the body meets the surface, to ensure comfort. The sofa sits on sexy, spiked wood legs meant to resemble fine Italian heels.
CAFFE ACCENT CHAIR
Sophisticated and sensual, the new Caffe accent chair features gently sloping lines anchored by tapered wood legs in a variety of stylish finishes. Artistically executed, the model is offered in a range of new, premium leathers from Scandinavia, including versions with premium piqué and herringbone embossing.
Emelie is a new modern wing accent chair with exposed wood legs and lovely curved back that’s perfect for highlighting textiles. At market, Nathan Anthony will feature Emelie in an innovative, two-tone, fabric-leather, blending a dramatic black-and-white plaid on the seat back with crisp white leather on the seat top and inside back. A second version of Emelie sports a seat back of gently ruched leather, dotted with reflective Swarovski crystals. The chair’s angular wood legs are available in any of Nathan Anthony’s wood finishes.
We also brought some favorites redone and some favorites in new covers like: Chelle swivel, Grace bed, Ghedi, Architecte, Aerie swivel, Dali chair
Chedi sectional & Korz chair
Dali chair in new pique leather
Thank you to all who visited our showroom and thank you also for reading our blog! We hope you enjoyed our content. To keep up with the latest happenings here at Nathan Anthony, please connect with us on Facebook, Google+,Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
In case you missed the High Point Market spring furniture fair, we can sum up our showroom in one word: Buzzing… Buzzing in terms of color pop, buzzing in terms of visitors, buzzing in terms of energy. As the go-to destination for innovative craftsmanship and trend setting furniture, most upholstery buyers came to see us and if you didn’t, you could not have missed us, (you’ll see why!) Here are the highlights:
Home Accents Today’s April 17 issue called out the trends for contemporary silhouettes, “On the contemporary front, bold, modern looks give a nod to architectural inspirations. Geometric forms are key to the equation, with triangle, lines, squares and circles come center stage in inventive, striking compositions. Interlinked and layered shapes reinforce the importance of these timeless symbols.
Neutral colors dominate the market, but color plays an important role when applied as an accent pop. Saturated shades of orange, red, cobalt and turquoise add energy and excitement, with verdant greens and radiant yellows as the most sought-after shades.”
Neutrals were anything but neutral in our showroom, indeed they had attitude. When set against black and white birch tree murals and checkerboard flooring, there was a frenetic but artsy vibe. Our sectional and sofa seating groups were covered in soothing greys, taupes and spa covers against deep jewel-toned ambers, rubies and greens on accents.
New Ghedi sofa, Torino table (right side), Tetra
table (middle) Boxx ottoman
Andrew sectional, new Monetti table
Pantone’s Fall 2017 Fashion report states, “Unexpected combinations [of color] are eye-arresting and create an unusual color dichotomy.” It’s about the unusual pairings of colours – warm hues and cool hues – opposing forces that visually harmonize; this makes for a more vibrant look. Indeed, orange is never more orange when next to green and green is never more green when next to orange. We paired warm orange and ruby with cool greens. If art mirrors current events, the effect with these pairings was like politics today – opinionated, combative and disruptive. These pairings were unconventional, a-typical, and eye-brow raising. They just wanted to be heard.
The art deco inspired and architecturally sophisticated new Chelle chair caught the attention of anyone cruising by. In an on-trend persimmon velvet on a black & white checkerboard floor, Chelle was hard to miss. Design blogger @MargotAustin and @LeslieNewby were just a few one of the many that snapped a pic of Chelle.
More color pop? Greenery being the color of year from Pantone encompasses several hues of green and opens the door to pair different types of greenery together as we see in nature. Check out our beautiful Korz chairs in new leather paired with the new Baron wing chair in green velvet and Baron bed in a neutral linen-like cover. Green hues are ranging widely from greens that read more yellow to greens that read more blue and the trend is to pair them all together. We had a very layered green look here that visitors just loved.
Korz chairs in leather Corrine garden with silver satin finish, The Baron bed
Jana Phipps @TrimQueen on our Dali chair at HP, the most photographed chair at HP says Deborah @dvdInteriordsn
Dali chair in white leather with citrine leather petals
New Baron wing chair
Geometric forms with intersecting lines and 3-d effect brings us to Grace. Taking inspiration from London’s famous Gherkin building, the new Grace bed exhibits quite a feat of engineering and a dance of graceful grid lines framed by exposed wood reaching skyward. These hand-crafted geometric-shaped upholstery panels require precision accuracy between each element of the grid. Red, another important color showing up on runways and in home furnishing showrooms. See how we showcased red in a jewel-toned ruby red velvet paired with gold finishes on Grace and Minx wing sofa.
The new Grace bed
Minx wing sofa
Visitors glaming it up on our Grace bed.
A snap of us, Khai and Tina prepping lights for market.
We also showed off our custom capabilities in a fun and innovative way (most said) on our Sabine sofa by covering her legs and dust cover in a fabric we call Haute lips. We put mirrors underneath the sofa for a peek-a-boo effect. Sabine didn’t mind… We used the hashtag #blowusakiss but some fans got creative too: #kissmychair and #lipsynching.
Sabine, a snap by Jana Philips @trimqueen
And, Architectural Digest added a snap of our Ansonia chairs and Tetra tables to its feed as one of their favorite companies to visit at market! The image shows off our Ansonia chairs in new cover, Haute lips and our new Tetra upholstered tables in ruby red velvet! Thank you AD!
AD’s snap of our Ansonia/U chairs and new Tetra 39 Uph Tables
A market favorite, our new Aerie swivel chair which features charismatic angled wood components was featured in both Home Accents Today and Furniture Today. Aerie was also caught in the middle of our photo with some much anticipated visitors… we had the pleasure of hosting the Design Bloggers Tour, in partnership with AD360, in our showroom and enjoyed meeting everyone of these accomplished and talented designers and design bloggers. Thank you for visiting!
The Aerie chair surrounded by the Design Bloggers Tour 2017 #designbloggerstour
New Nathan Anthony Designs Take Inspiration from Architecture and Fashion. London’s iconic Gherkin skyscraper sets tone for new collection.
Inspired by the famous Gherkin skyscraper in London’s financial district, we are introducing a uniquely upholstered bed called Grace, along with a series of coordinating chairs. The iconic office tower located in the heart of “The City” features a distinctive bullet-shaped grid pattern in glass and metal. Its post-modern, high-tech architecture inspired us to want to create something tall, luxurious and striking. Meet Grace.
“Like ‘The Gherkin,’ the complex geometric grid featured in our Grace collection reaches skyward, but in fabric and leather,” says Tina Nicole, lead designer and co-founder. “In addition to the architectural reference, grid patterns play a big role in fashion, where they add intrigue to items such as fishnet stockings, headwraps and leather goods, check out this image I collected at an art gallery in the Netherlands by the Cobra Art Company.”
The Grace bed also features an exposed wood frame, drawing attention to the grid design. Its symmetrical pattern appears to reach upwards, adding an element of drama. “We expect the new designs to trigger a big ‘wow’ reaction during market,” said Khai Mai, co-owner and CEO. “They represent quite a feat of engineering, since the tolerance between each element of the grid has to be incredibly accurate.” Grace is offered in a range of wood finishes and will be featured at Market in a luxurious, ruby-colored faux mohair for an especially sophisticated ‘soft modern’ design statement.
Along with our spotlight on Grace, other new designs will be featured in our striking black and white showroom. The clean combination of black and white provides the perfect backdrop for a colorful fabric and leather palette this season: orange blossom, cranberry and citron green are among the happy hues. Warm jewel tones, such as amber and sienna, deliver additional “pops of color,” enhancing Nathan Anthony’s shapely 36o-degree silhouettes.
We invite you to visit our showroom at High Point Market in North Carolina this April 21st through April 26th in the International Home Furnishings Center, InterHall 505 showroom.
We so look forward to this time of year, when leaves change, weather cools and fall High Point market approaches. The designs we’ve been painstakingly creating for the past 6 months get presented to buyers at what has become the largest home furnishings industry trade show in the world, with over 10 million square feet by roughly 2000 exhibitors throughout about 180 buildings. Market dates are October 21 – October 26. This market is special for us as we enter into the occasional table and rug categories with our new collections. These beautiful styles were designed by Tina Nicole to compliment our award winning upholstery silhouettes. There will also be new upholstery frames and fabrics to check out. Make sure to visit us in our Interhall showroom IHFC IH-505.
Inspired by the popular Minx collection launched last April, we are debuting a new variation of the theme. Avalon features a several styles including modular sectionals, 2 over 2 and 3 over 3 sofas with handsome angled arms and a roll-over, down-stuffed arm treatment resembling a cozy pillow. Delicate steel tubular legs anchor the arm in an on-trend shiny chrome. Same-style wood legs are also available in 9 different stains and three metal finishes. An accent chair, an ottoman and several modular options are included.
Avalon 3 over 3 sofa
At 112-inches wide, the new “3 over 3” cushion sofa is a contemporary silhouette floating effortlessly on a plinth wood base. Available in 9 finish options, Andrew sports an arm that floats outside the seating frame. The front rail extends beyond the arm for additional leg support. A matching occasional chair and sectional are included in the collection.
Andrew sofa, Roxx mini rugs and Tetra 02-20 table
The unique design detail that defines the Korz chair’s distinctive V-shaped back is its steel frame, in an on trend gold leaf finish, setting off the sumptuous white leather cover. A cantilevered seat floats above the frame adding to the overall sense of drama.
Korz chair front
Korz chair side
Korz chair back
Korz chair back side
Designed to envelope sleepers in comfort, the Baron bed features deep, horizontal channel tufting on the headboard, combined with wooden side wings sheathed in a layer of knife-edge fabric. The result is a luxurious feel similar to that of the finest yachting upholstery.
Baron eastern king bed
Baron eastern king bed
Tetra is a sleek, modern collection featuring four table heights. Its delicate, round-tube steel frame has an oil-rubbed Bronze or Flat Black finish, along with a thin wood top of maple or walnut, stained in a Walnut Haze finish.
Tetra table system, Minx sofa, Roxx rugs
Tetra table system
Tetra upholstered top tables, Andrew sofa
Nathan Anthony’s Torino table system takes inspiration from Fiat’s legendary Lingotto factory in Turin, Italy. Completed in 1923, Fiat’s five-level factory featured a unique spiral assembly line that moved up through the building story by story until it reached a rooftop race track, where each car was tested upon completion. The factory closed in 1982 but the building continues to be a popular destination, housing a shopping center, theater, convention center and upscale motel.
Featuring slim, race track-shaped surfaces of maple or walnut, the Torino collection consists of six tables of varying heights and sizes. Each table is built as an oval, steel tube frame, with legs placed at angles around the race curve top, for extra visual interest. The frame sports a powder- coated Flat Black finish or oil-rubbed Bronze tone. One model sports a C-shape cut-out for easy nesting.
Torino table system, Gable sofa
Torino table system
Sourced from a leading producer in Australia, the Roxx collection features three sizes of area rugs made of close-cropped wool shag or shearlin sheepskin, with a lush, 2- to 2.5-inch pile. For the initial introduction, three on-trend color ways are available — Mid-grey, Pearl and Storm in both large and mini scale.
“The Roxx collection is floor décor made up of organic shapes, luxurious textures and differing sizes that can work in unison or stand beautifully alone,” said Tina Nicole, Nathan Anthony’s co-owner and lead designer. “They add a pleasing, playful tranquility to any room, whether it’s one rug used in front of a sofa, two rugs under side tables or all three placed together in the front foyer. Seen together, they look like elegant stepping stones.”
Roxx area rug collection (large)
Roxx area rug collection (mini)
For more information on our features at High Point Market or to visit our showroom, please stop by Interhall 505 – we’d love to meet you! Also, to keep up with the latest, connect with us on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
Springtime is upon us and we are psyched! Our designers, Tina Nicole and Khai Mai, have been working on High Point market designs since last market and can’t wait to unveil the new collections. High Point Market is one of the largest home furnishings trade shows in the world, bringing more than 75,000 people to High Point, North Carolina every six months. With only two Starbucks in the whole town, serious retail home furnishings buyers can be found in High Point, Lol. This spring’s Market will be held Saturday, April 16 through Wednesday, April 20. We’ll be open from April 15 – April 20 and in the same showroom as last October, Interhall 411 in the main building IHFC. Mark-your-calendars!
We’re giving you a sneak peek at the fun, fresh styles that are on their way to North Carolina now. Our focus for this blog will be our vanity stools. Customers have been asking us for a long, long time now for stools for the boudoir. It’s so hard to find vanity stools that are, well, fashionable, sexy, stylish and that you can special order. Here is a sneak peek at the new “Minx” vanity stools we’re bringing to High Point Market and the fun design process that went into them… Let us know what you think!
Minx5 Vanity Stool w/ diamond quilted outside back detail.
Table for scale.
Minx11 Vanity Stool w/ Geometric quilted outside back detail. Table for scale.
Minx vanity stool concept sketch by Tina Nicole.
Fierce! The creative process is playtime for Tina Nicole!
Designer Tina Nicole working with trim treatment on Minx11 vanity stool.
Minx11 vanity stool, waiting for designer Tina Nicole to inspect.
Wow! We are just back from spring 2015 High Point Market and feeling so enthused. Buyers loved our new collections – Elan and Radly and both received floor placement – yay! The best part about market is that we get to meet up with our customers, many of whom are the industry’s finest designers and interior decor enthusiasts.
Some of this spring’s High Point Market highlights and trends included:
Home Furnishings News Magazine, HFN, selected our Radly sectional for its Highlights from High Point Market article, featured on page 93. Thank you so much HFN!
A clever approach to trend-spotting at market was the “Instagram Takeover.” The International Market Centers at High Point started “#DesignOnHPMkt Instagram Takeover.” On specific days during market, a designer would “take over” the @DesignOnHPMkt’s Instagram account and post their likes/finds.
Nathan Anthony Furniture was among the likes and finds tagged during market. On Monday, designer @BenjaminVandiver took over @DesignOnHPMkt’s IG account and posted our Gobi chair as his favorite design pick stating, the Gobi is “fully upholstery and fully chic.” Thank you Benjamin Vandiver!
On Tuesday designer @JustinShaulis took over @DesignOnHPMkt’s IG account and posted our Perle sofa as his design pick. He loved the “sexy” grey leather. Thank you Justin Shaulis!
@HomeOnTheRunway tagged us as coolest showroom display concept. Our principal designer, Tina Nicole, designed the showroom with light colors and a large scale wall mural depicting an image of a European apartment with oldworld moulding, fireplace and chandeliers. To add to the richness of the room, the wall mural was done on velvet. Visitors went crazy for it! Tina’s on-trend color picks for market included pastel pinks and many deep-hued blues and greys.
@MichealMurphyDesign took a photo of our new Elan sectional and tagged us on his Instagam account saying “Double tap if you agree… @NathanAnthony_Furn has a cute back side” see below… Very clever Michael Murphy Design! And, thank you!
This spring’s High Point Market was a great success. On behalf of Khai and Tina and the Nathan Anthony team, we would like to thank everyone who visited us!
Every year High Point Market declares it’s Style Spotters to compete in seeking out styles they feel are fashion forward and set the trend. This season, they chose top notch interior designers and decorators to curate collections particular to their design aesthetic, each one different from the next, but all with a great eye.
Meet this year’s Style Spotters and find out how we believe our pieces will be a great fit for their upcoming projects! [Stylist’s images are courtesy of: High Point Market.]
First we have, Arianne Bellizaire, who’s interests are bright, bold colors with unique pattern combinations. We love her taste for bright, bold colors. Our Spring colors will delight Arianne with our Origami ottomans in new cover Comet Fuchsia.
KATI CURTIS, LESLIE HENDRIX-WOOD
Kati Curtis and Leslie Hendrix-Wood, are seeking hand-made, quality craftsmanship pieces. High quality is important to us here at NA, and each of our designs are entirely hand-made. For more information on how our design pieces are made, and the hands that bring our designs to life, read our Hands On Design blog.
Beth Dotolo, with Pulp Design Studios, believes golds, blushes and champagnes will be the highlighted color trend this Spring, and while we do not know about the other collections that will be on display, ours will fit right into that trend. The collection will feature soothing grays and champagnes, delicate pink and deep indigo blues.
Apart from the other designers mentioned, Lori’s focus will be primarily on kitchen decor. While at the show, we will not be displaying any dining pieces, we still have plenty to choose from on our site, like our Orion dining chair. Browse our other dining collections.
PATTI JOHNSON, COURTNEY LAKE
Patti Johnson and Courtney Lake mention their longing for case goods and storage opportunities. We love interior projects that can transform a small space into a comfortable nesting area that allows plenty of storage! Our Gobi collection was designed with that in mind.
Jonathan Legate lives for a mixture of contemporary and traditional furniture and decor pieces. Many of our designs are created with this mixture in mind as we, too, love the combo. See here our dreamy beds that reflect variations of this combination.
We are excited and hopeful to meet this year’s High Point Market Style Spotters and are interested to see what furniture picks they choose. To visit us at High Point Market, we’ll be in Interhall space 505. Check our Facebook Event page for more information!
Just back from High Point Furniture Market, we enjoyed the buzz and excitement about our nine new collections. Tina Nicole, our Creative Director, Designer and Co-Founder curated the showroom in a such a way as to open up the space, giving each furniture piece a sense of importance. You could really see and appreciate the superior detailing that goes into every one of our designs. To set an urban but timeless feeling, Nicole brought architecture and light into the setting with a mural. The mural depicted golden light kissing the front of the 216 building in downtown Los Angeles and the stunning arches of European buildings. Take a look at our best sellers from market…
A new style series with sculptural designs and a pared-down aesthetic, Gobi conveys an airy, light spirit. The seats seem to float in space, supported only by simple yet stylish side structures. Gobi creates an uninterrupted line across the width of its pieces, which include a sofa, sectional, accent chair, ottoman and bed.
Architecte, a streamlined, Art Deco-inspired group that includes a sectional, sofa and accent chair. Futuristic in spirit, Architecte features a dramatic stacked geometric base that combines tubular wood and metal.
Eres, a new sofa, adds a new dimension to Nathan Anthony’s popular Hollywood glamour-inspired Sabine model. Unlike Sabine, which rests on legs, the Eres sofa sits directly on the floor, where it beckons all who approach to relax and be enveloped by its subtle, angular shape and sink-in luxury.
Evok, a four-piece modular seating collection, is being expanded with a new free-standing sofa. In modern styling, Evok features a series of stacked, color-blocked layers, providing infinite opportunities for personal expression.
Chess is a new accent chair with a swivel feature dressed in a striking charcoal-toned cover. The semi-circle-shaped back features an open area that adds architectural interest, and the back also has a slight pitch for enhanced comfort.
Flyte is a new accent chair with cantilevered seat and swooping side shape that feels like an elegant bird taking flight. The open design of the front creates an inviting underside “cove” that adds to the feeling of airi- ness.
Ansonia is a relaxed, soft-modern chair designed for dining or as accent use. Tailored and shapely, Ansonia features a gently relaxed inside back fabric treatment that adds a touch of warmth and comfort. Spamnumber.net provides up-to-date information about thousands of American landline and cell numbers. The reverse phone number lookup function allows to learn all the legally available information about the number’s owner.
Tote pouf ottoman features a unique waterfall treatment on the edges, with seams on only two panels. Soft and stylish, the 25-inch-square piece can be used as an accent table, seating surface or traditional ottoman.
Triton is a light, airy table ottoman, designed to complement Nathan Anthony’s soft goods. In updated Art Deco styling, this circular-shaped table mixes a thin-edged, cantilevered wood top with a base formed of vertical metal bars for a warm-cool look. The table top is available in two new wood tones — Tuscan Walnut (Model No. 25) and Metropolis Grey (No. 55u) — with the top floating either slightly inside or outside of the metal base.
If you were unable to visit us at market, all of these beautiful furniture pieces can be viewed in the Latest Intros Section or click here. We hope to see you next spring!
This season we were inspired by the clean lines and “less is more” spirit of modern architecture. Over the past year our excursions took us to new places and events that eniched our design aesthetic. This market we are bringing you what we feel is on trend and important for a stylish modern-day interior.
One of our new style series, Gobi, reflects sculptural designs and a pared-down aesthetic to convey an airy and light spirit. With seats that seem to float in space, supported only by simple yet stylish side structures, Gobi creates an uninterrupted line across the width of its pieces. These pieces include a sofa, sectional, accent chairs, ottomans and a bed.
New Gobi Sofa and New Triton Table #55U
Building on this linear look, the seating features thin-edged cushions that are minimalist in shape but cozy in feeling. Built entirely in fabric, with no visible wood or metal, Gobi works beautifully with a wide range of other pieces and styles, blending in easily while also making its own singular design statement.
New Gobi Sectional
New Gobi Slipper Chair
The group also features a bed with similar, understated shaping — with the only points of floor contact being the headboard, which is down-filled, and the understated foot rail.
New Gobi Bed (Queen)
New Gobi Ottoman
Check out the Gobi Collection at High Point Market
October 18 – 23 – in the I.H.F.C., Interhall suite 207
We are pleased to invite you to High Point Market Fall 2014 beginning October 18 thru 23, 2014!
This season, we will be presenting fresh designs with artful twists along with new wood treatments as well as many new on-trend fabrics. We have been working hard to bring something inspiring and different. It is exciting to announce that two of our pieces, The Architecte and Eres collections, received a Top Pick designation by top designers from the High Point Market Twitter Preview Chat.
The Twitter Preview Chat, hosted by Decor Mentor, is a quick preview of new designs coming for the following High Point Market. We are thrilled that two of our presentations, pictured above, were considered a Top Pick for this preview and we will be bringing these Top Picks to High Point Market. We think you will want to catch a glimpse of these beauties!
Make sure to put us on your itinerary for market – Our showroom will be located in the IHFC Interhall Suite 207. Also, if you see something you like, use our hashtag #NAFurniture on Twitter or Instagram so we can share it with others!
We are looking forward to seeing long time colleagues and friends as well as making new ones!
High Point Market gives exhibitors the opportunity to showcase a peek at some of the new designs they will be presenting at market. These selected designs are then shared on Twitter and featured on the High Point Market’s Pinterest page throughout the chat for all to see. This allows time for a detailed look at these new introductions.
The top picks of these sneak peek designs are then curated by the collaborative team at Decor Mentor. All selections curated by the Decor Mentor team will be posted to a Pinterest board and a link to the Pinterest board will be posted on Twitter. This is everyone’s chance to see what will be at High Point for the coming Market.
This preview/chat engages the participants to discuss new and up-coming trends, events and that of the Fall 2014 Market events. This is a fun interactive way to view new product trends before Market! Join us at the High Point Market Twitter Preview & Chat
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.
High Point Market is one of the largest destinations for furniture and home accessory buying in the world. In order to be sure that the hottest and latest trends are spotted, High Point Market implemented the Style Spotters, industry experts chosen to roam the market looking for trends.
The High Point Market Spring 2013 Style Spotters consist of top designers who compete to seek out styles they feel are fashion forward and that set the trend. The Style Spotters showcase these findings phpaide.com on an online platform called Pinterest – a website allowing users to share photos of their favorites from anything to furniture, housewares, clothing, food, etc. on virtual pin-boards. For each pin that receives a “like” the Style Spotter receives 1 point and for each pin that receives a “repin” the Style Spotter receives 2 points.
This market one of these Style Spotters is the winner from the previous market, Lisa Mende, a designer who has overcome great adversity and yet still continues to design some of the most beautiful rooms you have ever seen. She is currently participating in the Junior League of Greensboro Traditional Homes Show House – Adamasleigh. The house will be open to the public April 20, 2013 to kick-off High Point Market. We think this is going to be a must see!
Would you like a sneak peek at new trends presenting at High Point Market this Spring and be a part of the conversation too?
On Wednesday, March 20, 2013 – 6pm EST / 3pm PST High Point Market and Décor Mentor will be co-hosting a twitter chat using the hashtag #hpmkt. This chat is for special previews and information for the upcoming Spring Market April 20 – 25. This is the third Twitter event of its kind for High Point Market.
Photos have already been submitted by us and various other exhibitors introducing new pieces for Spring 2013. These products are curated by Decor Mentor and presented at this Preview Twitter Event. The chat will open up discussions of up-coming trends and market news. In addition, all photos will be featured for a sneak peek on Pinterest allowing time for a detailed look at these introductions. This is a fun interactive way to view new product trends before Market!
Decor Mentor has assembled a team of ambassadors for the Twitter chat so be sure to follow their below Twitter handles –