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Mark McMenamin | January 26, 2012
Country comforts reached the penthouse at last fall’s High Point Market, as purveyors of furniture and accessories lent an urban edge to down-on-the-farm charm.
Helena chair by Ferguson Copeland. 828-584-0664; fergusoncopeland.com.
Thomas O’Brien’s Eliza settee in ash by Hickory Chair. 828-328-1801; hickorychair.com.
Lincoln pull-up tables in lacquered Trembesi wood by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. 828-632-9200; mgandbw.com.
Ushi wall art in reverse-painted glass by C.R. Currin. 336-434-5909; crcurrin.com.
Op Maat chairs in oak with Mongolian sheepskin and teak with leather by Oblio Jenkins for Bevara Design House. 415-492-9989; bevaradesign.com.
Castilla bed by Palu. 206-352-2252; palultd.com.
Stump coffee table in matte-lacquered wood by Gus Design Group. 416-534-0773; gusdesigngroup.com.
Aldus bed in bamboo upholstered in Sailcloth acrylic in Shell by Maria Yee. 831-457-2900; mariayee.com.
Handcarved wood wall panels by Selamat Designs. 800-592-2537; selamatdesigns.com.
Hostess chair in leather and linen by Arthur L. Bailey & Company. 404-592-9149; arthurlbailey.com.
Mademoiselle framed art by Christopher Guy. 800-467-9505; christopherguy.com.