This season’s product portfolio is transcontinental in scope, and occasionally travels back in time. We begin with furnishings that appear to have been crafted in a centuries-old foundry, and we wrap with animal patterns that evoke 1970s-era swank. In between, find furnishings that borrow motifs, patterns and forms from Africa, the Far East and a French manor house. Prairie School artists are channeled in âœArts & Crafts”; there’s something for oenophiles to savor in âœBuyyr & Cellar”; and metallic finishes create a hypnotic effect that pleases the eye. Enjoy!
We crushed on several High Point Market newcomers last fall, and the love affair continues in this month’s Trending Now. Cupid’s first arrow: M3LD, the affordable line of Brutalist accessories created by Andrea Beecher and her partners. Next hit: the colorful and captivating photography of Philadelphia-based artist Wendy Concannon. Finally, we cozied up to the super-scale wingback chairs of the dapper Bruce Macdonald. Turn the page and start swooning. By Julie Smith Vincenti
M3LD marks its national launch with a Brutalist-inspired line of affordable home furnishings. Andrea Beecher details the nascent brand’s journey so far, and hints at what’s next.