The April High Point Market may be postponed, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on new product. While you may not be able to shop them in person just yet, here’s a look at this spring’s new casegoods.
Inspired by curvilinear modernism, the Burge bookshelf from Four Hands features solid brown-finished mango thoughtfully hand-carved for sculpted effect. Six spacious shelves bring storage and display options to the living room, office and beyond. www.fourhands.com
The Beverly dresser from Alden Parkes is made from walnut swirl veneer and acacia solids with a black walnut finish and square and flared gold leafed burnished hardware. www.aldenparkes.com
Dôme Deco’s Buffet cabinet with a Thundernight Gloss ceramics front measures 70.9 inches long by 18.5 inches wide by 31.5 inches high. www.domedeco.us
Eichholtz’s contemporary Geo Cabinet is stylish and practical, matching all modern decor styles. The sturdy metal frame has a Bronze finish and contains six shelves in mocha crown oak veneer. www.eichholtz.com
The Solstice Collection credenza from Marge Carson features a Twilight finish and surfaces with an inverted pyramid effect. www.margecarson.com
Inspired by a Mid-Century original, the Callas two-door cabinet from South+English features a symmetrical repeat of individual vertical ribs and Giacometti Gold pulls. Available in six finishes. www.southandenglish.com