Sherrill brands set range of introductions for upcoming market

HIGH POINT — The brands that make up Sherrill Furniture Companies are coming to the April High Point Market armed with an assortment of new designs and a wide range of products.

Sherrill Furniture is introducing three customizable sofas — a bench seat, two-cushion sofa or three-cushion sofa — with special attention to design details.

“We have noticed that dressmaker skirts are making a comeback in furniture design, bringing a touch of timeless elegance and sophistication to modern interiors,” said Johnny Suddreth, vice president of sales at Sherrill Furniture.

The sofas may be customized with three lengths and a choice of dressmaker skirt or upholstered base.

Hickory White, Grand Teton bed
Hickory White, Grand Teton bed

At Hickory White, introductions include a curated selection of case goods and upholstery, offering traditional craftsmanship while embracing the idea of “future antiques.”
“Our updated upholstery classics and timeless case goods embody the essence of enduring elegance, reminiscent of cherished heirlooms passed down through generations,” said India Miller, vice president of creative for Hickory White.

The high-end luxury home furnishings brand, Lillian August, is expanding its upholstery and case goods assortment with new color stories.

Introductions include the New Traditional collection, interpreting the Grand Millennial craze which draws inspiration from the brand’s heritage while embracing the allure of cabbage roses and floral motifs.

New case goods pieces showcase classic couture color palettes paired with traditional design elements, with items such as a skirted banquette and tall shaped headboards.

Introductions from Mr. and Mrs. Howard for Sherrill Furniture include new upholstery silhouettes in the Nellie Jane collection, from Turkish ottomans to bed frames.

At Precedent, new products for the April 13-17 market include the Exeter swivel chair, the Dover sofa and the Fleetwood sectional.

“Our design ethos revolves around the belief that furniture should not only reflect one’s personal style, but also serve as a sanctuary where comfort and aesthetics converge,” said Tom Zaliagiris, vice president of sales and marketing for Precedent.

Sherrill Occasional is showcasing its new Serenbe collection this market, with items crafted from oak burl and inspired by the principles of New Urbanism and the serenity of the Chattahoochee Hills in Georgia.

“We are excited to introduce the Serenbe collection, which represents a fusion of beauty, functionality and wellness,” said Cindy Hall, vice president of case goods for Sherrill Occasional. “In today’s fast-paced world, people are increasingly seeking refuge in their homes, and our goal with this collection is to create spaces that promote relaxation, comfort, and a connection to nature.”

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