High Point Highlights

Outdoor seemed to be everywhere at High Point Market this week. Here are a few of the outdoor products that stood out.

Eichholtz brought its sleek, contemporary European style outdoors nearly a year ago, and this market it highlighted two to three styles of both chat sets and dining tables that are generous in size and have clean lines. eicchholtzusa.com

Houe’s newest seating collection, Nami (which means Wave in Japanese) is made of 97% Danish recycled plastic. The company recently moved production from China to Denmark. houe.com

Jensen Outdoor doubled its business over the last two years and introduced teak in addition to its mid-century style Ipe (shown here on the Mix collection. The company has ambitious plans to release new products every 60 days. jensenoutdoor.com

Steve Silver introduced its outdoor line in High Point for the first time after a positive response in Las Vegas. Shown here is the Adeline three-pack consisting of two chairs and a table. stevesilver.com

Sunset West had a beautiful front-and-center display in Hooker’s IHFC showroom this market, and company CEO Wes Stewart said the location not only gives them more visibility to newcomers, but also Hooker’s loyal customer base. sunsetwestusa.com

Sunpan has grown its outdoor lineup greatly since launching it in 2020. Shown here is the new Genevieve extension table with a self-storing butterfly leaf that extends the table from 80 inches to 100 inches. sunpan.com

Kravet unveiled its Soleil outdoor line for the first time this market, which includes fully-upholstered sofas, sectionals, swivel chairs and the IFDA Award-winning loungers shown here. kravet.com

Plank & Hide soft-opened its 300 South Main showroom this market and displayed nearly 100 sets of outdoor furniture on the top floor of the historic building. Shown here is what people see when they climb the stairs to the second floor. plankandhide.com

With Plank and Hide’s acquisition of 300 South Main the company, it doubled its product selection by introducing a new, lower price point on design-forward outdoor furniture. plankandhide.com

Ashley Outdoor introduced 10 new outdoor collections this market and got back into the sling category after being out of it for nearly two years. The company’s VP of merchandising for outdoor, Andy Sokol, said customers were asking for more sling and contemporary styles. ashleyfurniture.com

Pelican Reef’s stand-alone showroom housed hundreds of outdoor products this market, including these in-pool loungers that come in several vibrant colors. pelicanreef.com

Sifas has found success with its European designs, which have on-trend chunky ropes and comes in generous sizes. sifas.com

Woodard displayed several of its popular collections, including the one shown here, which has sleek clean lines and nature-oriented fabrics. woodard-furniture.com

Alex Milstein

Alex Milstein is the editor in chief of Casual News Now as well as a contributor and social media coordinator for Home News Now. He previously served as senior editor of both Casual Living and Designers Today. Prior to that, Alex covered technology for Furniture Today, with a focus on augmented reality, e-commerce, and 3D visualization.

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