Taking a look back at October’s High Point Market, we reminisce on stunning and innovative furniture, complimented by utterly divine accessories. Take a look at a few exciting pieces we thought were worth noting!
A rustic, tradition collection, Campania by Bernhardt, breaks conventional boundaries by offering pieces that have both ornamentation and casual appeal. We love this take on a dining experience which strikes the balance between sophisticated design and comfort.
In with the New and some Tried & True from Global Views Studio A Home
A. The RTC Quatrefoil Collection consists of varying shapes on the quatrefoil theme. Each vessel has a unique antique gold exterior finish and glazed white interior.
B. Murano-inspired glass pieces achieve unparalleled hues and iridescence. No two are alike.
C. Splashes of water caught in suspended animation in high-quality cast aluminum bowls-visually striking!
D. A rich, highly reactive glaze combusts beautifully upon the pattern of the Check Collection.
E. Hand-carved boxes adorned with natural agate.
|The beautiful saturated blues in these John Richard Coastal Textile art pieces add drama into any room. Blue and gold continue as popular color statements in home decor this Fall.|
|Gold art adorning a wall can compliment a room with the shimmer you are looking for with these over-sized foliage with hand-applied solid gold leaf sparkles on white background.|
We’re excited to begin infusing some of these new looks, as well as hundreds of others, into our upcoming designs! If you are interested in infusing some newness into your home or office, please contact Nicole Arnold Interiors.
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When building or renovating your home, a great way to open up your kitchen is to ensure there are windows strategically placed near or in the kitchen. An open-concept design with high or vaulted ceilings can allow light to travel better through your space, maximizing natural light!