Top Four Trends to Watch
 

These are the looks that dominated the fall 2010 High Point Market, and are destined to find their way into your most compelling displays.

Boho

  • Free-spirited style has elements of both retro and vintage ideas
  • Authentic materials and an artisanal touch define the look
  • Ornate surface decoration turns formal design on its ear

LBL Lighting’s Naïve Crush low voltage dome pendant, shown in amber red, mimics the visual appeal of handmade mosaic glass tiles.

Boutique

  • One-of-a-kind looks for the masses
  • Swinging ’60s-influenced
  • Playful iconic imagery
  • Sophisticated shapes and finishes

Straight from the Peppermint Lounge, the Bling chandelier by Robert Abbey is shown in polished nickel over metal.

Club Room

  • Manly décor without the rough edges
  • Key materials — leather, suede, iron — have a comfortable, well-worn feel
  • Straightforward design eschews novelty or whimsy

With a sheen that looks years in the making, Arteriors’ Mason wide-hammered iron pendant brings the brio to the room.

Wine Country

  • Sun-drenched colors and earthy materials echo a natural landscape
  • Flavors of Italy, Northern California and Southern France add interest
  • Unpolished, rustic surfaces work well with dark woods and metals

Lush vineyards and olive groves are a common sight in the Italian countryside. Pacific Coast Lighting’s Tuscan Olive Grove chandelier captures that mood.

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