Monday brings us STUNNING SHAPES on our High Point virtual tour. Expertly crafted and show stopping pieces are seen utilizing 3-dimensional geometry.
Shaped and formed case goods and accessories are unique, eye catching and innately high-end. Shapes such as triangles, circles, arches, hexagons, and cylinders are added, subtracted, or repeated to create visual masterpieces such as the Classic Home Prism Bar Cabinet seen above. The offset circles of the Baker Shift Accent Table create a balanced and modern structure.
Mirrors don’t have to be boring and this hexagon mirror from Mirror Image is no exception. Featuring an offset top and longer sides it is perfectly balanced to emulate the shape of a lantern. A simple freeform C shaped drink table from Lusk Studios is accentuated with bright blue crocodile skin and a gold band.
We fell in love instantly with the Marcel Console Table from Universal the moment we laid eyes on its repeating cylinder base. The repetition of form is slightly skewed to create a fan effect and is reminiscent of Santiago Calatrava’s designs.
This Spring we are seeing many beautiful furnishings, yet the trend of shapes has been a prominent favorite. We love the ingenuity of the manufacturers/designers and look forward to seeing these designs develop and transform over the coming years.