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Filtering by Tag: High Point Market

made goods

Emily Oster

I was flipping through my High Point pictures looking for inspiration for today's blog post when I saw one of my absolute favorite items from my trip - this gorgeous chandelier. 

Carmen

Carmen

The Carmen by Made Goods is just one of the amazing pieces created by Made Goods. The company is a wholesale brand "focused on creating special statement pieces for designers....distinguished by the use of unusual materials, proportion and thoughtful design" (Made Goods). At market, I pretty much loved everything I saw. Below are more than few favorites. Enjoy!

1.  Coco   2. source unknown  3.  Kas   4.  Marjorie   5.  Dante   6.  Erin   7. source unknown  8. Ives   9.  Edurne   10.  Elyse  tray

1. Coco  2. source unknown  3. Kas  4. Marjorie  5. Dante  6. Erin  7. source unknown  8.Ives  9. Edurne  10. Elyse tray

palecek

Emily Oster

I wasn't that familiar with Palecek before going to market but have become a big enthusiast after seeing all their amazing pieces and learning a bit more about their company. Started by Allan Palecek roughly 40 years ago, Palecek began as a basket making company. The company has since grown to include furniture, lighting and other home accessories. They have a focus on using renewable materials such as seagrass and rattan and are committed to creating "award winning, hand-crafted and eco-conscious designs". Below are more than a few of my favorites. 

natural curiosities

Emily Oster

One of my absolute favorite vendors from Market was Natural Curiosities. Started by Christopher Wilcox in 2005, Natural Curiosities is an art production house based in LA. Wilcox, a former antiquarian book dealer from London, started the company with only "curiosity boxes" - a boxed selection of marine life - and has since grown the business to include a collection of 75,000 images with 350 pieces created a week. Using digital design as well as hand techniques, Wilcox's team of artisans manipulates antique prints and images enlarging and framing them for sale to the trade and most recently direct to consumers. I love the selection of images but what I think really makes their prints unique is their framing. Using three styles of framing - straight framed, floated and floated space shadowbox - the old imagery is made modern. I especially like the floated, in which deckle-edged paper hovers above a linen substrate, and the floated space shadowbox - in which the paper is recessed back away from the frame creating a shadowbox that is lined with linen (floated pictured below).

Seeing the images online really doesn't do justice to them and unfortunately the showroom lighting was not ideal but below are some images I took as well as some of my favorite prints. 

To purchase a select number of pieces online visit WILCOX or search for a local retailer here