Monday, April 15, 2013

High Point Market - Sneak Peek from C.R. Laine

Oh, the glimpses into the showrooms of High Point Market . . . I’m not sure if we should request a spoiler alert – kind of like what we request when we’ve missed an episode of “Mad Men” or “Downton Abbey” – but I say, keep them coming!  I know they’re really more like trailers for a great movie.  They’re meant to be sure I put them on my “must-see” list!

CR Laine's Copley Swivel Chair slipcovered in fabric Gateway Shamrock

I do love visiting the C.R. Laine showroom and with the recent sneak peeks, it’s for certain to be on my list of drop-in’s.  Holly McLay Blalock, their VP of Merchandising and Marketing, is one of the sunniest people you’ll ever see at market.  Not to mention, she’s a major talent when it comes to pulling off a fabulous showroom!

So, without making you wait any longer, here are some of their new introductions:

Bradstreet chair in fabric Zig Zag Onyx – Black and White – Watch for it!

Mad for modern?  Here is the Trey ottoman!

I die for an ‘X’ base ottoman!  Dasha is her name and she’s made in the USA.


CR Laine's Cullen chair in pattern Chenonceau Coral, a signature print by Schumacher, makes my heart flutter for being wrapped in cottage style. 

Some patterns and design are just full of happy!  Happy jars, that is. I can’t wait to see the Micah chair in Cachepot Hyacinth!

As time permits, I’ll try to share more previews as I know many of you are in the midst of planning for those spring interior updates.  I love being able to show lines with so many styles and options.  It’s time to create a home just for you!

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