As a new season arrives, so does the notation of transformation and renewed imagination. These ideals are propelled and showcased in various ways to the industry especially around market; through new colors, frames and collections. Join us as we highlight the exciting new designs that we brought to the Spring High Point Market.
Unusual seating options are a way for designers to bring a new sense of space to their projects and that was a major theme in the Sunpan showroom at Showplace 1200!
Sunpan introduced the new Kelli Ellis Collection x Sunpan at Spring High Point Market. One of the most glamorous pieces was the Linda round chair. The Linda chair can be styled as a single, a double, or quadruple arrangement, creating a variety seating options. Its stunning wheat coloured fabric and gold base will surely melt hearts.
Another New to Market modular seating option is our Cornell armless sectional, designed with a modern flair, dark grey fabric and deep channel tufting. This set will allow designers to create a number of seating shapes and arrangements as it features a curved corner piece, an armless piece and an ottoman. The Cornell sectional combines all the perfect elements of modular seating.
Reimagining classically designed seating gives designers a new perspective on popular silhouettes.
This Market, we took our original Clevelander armchair and redesigned it with an antique brass frame and a velvet giotto cover. A luscious cover and warm-toned metal instantly gives the armchair a soft, new personality.
Another intriguing reimagination is our Nellie armchair. Originally covered in navy and grey fabric, we introduced the Nellie in brown. The light colour and soft fabric not only add another layer of refinement, but is perfect for high-traffic usage.
Our occasional tables are always a highlight for guests attending Sunpan’s High Point showroom because the variety is a feast for the eyes.
While not actually constructed with stone, the Richart coffee table features a breath-taking white “marble-look” top with grey veins. A brushed gold base with spider like legs completes the stylish, contemporary look.
Sunpan knew designers have been anticipating more showstopping concrete occasional tables and our New to Market Quill coffee table was exactly that. A combination of concrete and antique brass helps define this table as structured with a touch of elegance.
What were your favourite New to Market designs at the Sunpan showroom? We love hearing what our visitors think and how they source our product in their projects. As always, don’t forget to tag us on Instagram @sunpanmodernhome for a chance to be featured on our feed!