Big thanks go out to High Point Market Authority for their continued support of bloggers and to my sponsor for this trip Lexington Home Brands. As designers, we sometimes get stuck in a rut and frequent the same showrooms over and over. What's fun about High Point is being introduced to new products and line. Aquarius is so new that it's not even on the Lexington Home Brands website. (If you are interested, I would call your Lexington showroom and ask them to send you more information.) It's a one off collection of pieces that can be added to any decor. As a New York designer, I am always checking out scale because we don't have room for some of the massive furniture that is commonly scene at High Point. I can attest that many pieces are perfectly sized for apartments and not too deep. Touring with me were Jamie Rummerfield and Ron Woodson of Woodson and Rummerfield in Los Angeles and it was fun to see which pieces they gravitated towards in each showroom. One thing we all loved was that orange dresser. It's the same color Hermes orange and costs a lot less than a Birkin. What could be better than that?!
Loved this pale mint green shagreen desk too!
I am a sucker for gold/brass hardware.
These chairs are stainless steel and extremely heavy but also beyond chic!
I would love to use this wood, glass and chrome coffee table in another bachelor pad project.
This glass and chrome table would look great in an entry or small dining room.
Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic