Wednesday, May 2, 2012

High Point Wrap Up: Hickory Chair and Julian Chichester



We are back from High Point,
and as always it was a whirlwind - 
frantic, furious, fun
and full of fabulous product.

I was thrilled to be introducing
 several new pieces 
to my Nancy Price signature line
 for Design Legacy.


I have taken the artisan approach in my line and am very proud of the
 quality, detail, and craftsmanship 
in each of the pieces and grateful
 to all the individuals 
who put in personal time and effort to bring the products to market.


My Koi Cabinet


Koi Cabinet Detail with eight layers of lacquer!
I am really proud of it!


My tufted saturated BLUE ottoman




My Palm Springs Secretary with lots of door detail


My EMMA BLUE pillows with fabulous embroidered detail


My Aura Banner


My Greek Key Chair



I was thrilled that my 
Greek key chair was selected 
as a hot product at market.





And my line was chosen as a show favorite by
 Studio M as featured on their blog
M Pression!




My line is pictured in spot number eight!


Nicole and I did manage to slip away from my showroom for just a bit to visit a 
couple of my favorite showrooms 
Hickory Chair and Julian Chichester


 One hundred year old Hickory Chair
 is one of my perennial favorites
 and is known for those exact things which I am aspiring to achieve in my line, 
quality, detail, and craftsmanship.


I love their design flexibility and 
all the customization options they offer, 
particularly on the case goods.  




Hickory Chair




My friend Tim Swafford 
from Hickory Chair
had sent me quite a few preview pictures,
but I was happy to browse 
the showroom in person.

Of course I loved this vignette 
with touches of blue. 




Hickory Chair


Hickory Chair



And I totally adored this vignette with 
saturated blue walls. 




Hickory Chair


Hickory Chair


One of my New Year's resolutions
was to use more saturated blue like this and in my new ottoman above!


I totally loved the fabrics from Hable's fabric line on some of the pieces.



Blue Hable Inspiration Board
Hickory Chair
via Habitually Chic




Hickory Chair, fabric from Hable
via Habitually Chic


(Click HERE to see more of Hable's fabric line 
for Hickory Chair on Habitually Chic.)

I have even been thinking pink, well just a touch, and the pinks were pretty and  inspiring.



Pink Hable Inspiration Board
 Hickory Chair
via Habitually Chic



Hickory Chair


We do have a touch of pink in the studio!




My shell encrusted bust, here with pink stone.

I especially love these 
Hickory Chair Column Cabinets
that are currently in stock at the studio,
and I am very excited that Hickory Chair is 
customizing the Wabi coffee table for 
a special client.




We currently have these unbelievable column cabinets in the studio, and
the Wabi coffee table is on order for a special client.



And these great stools are
 also in at the studio.



Hickory Chair




Nicole's pick was the Mercer dining table.




Hickory Chair



( I find the production process in Hickory Chair's Hickory, NC, production facility fascinating.  To see the process of building 
Hickory Chair's fine furniture
 on Apartment Therapy, click HERE.)


And then we were off to one more favorite, 
Julian Chichester.
Julian and David are always a pleasure!




Lindsey and Julian




David and Nicole


I especially adored one of Julian's tables and one of his chairs.  We ordered the chair in 
a gorgeous grey velvet for a client.




Julian Chichester



Julian Chichester
We ordered this in grey velvet for a client.



Yes, it was a whirlwind - 
frantic, furious, fun
and full of fabulous product.
It was High Point!


photo credits:  Nancy Price Interior Design, Hickory Chair, Habitually Chic, Marilyn Storey

1 comment:

  1. Nancy, Thank you so much for including Hickory Chair in your High Point story! We appreciate you sharing the results of our workroom here in Hickory, North Carolina where 500+ talented artistans and craftsmen work together to make each piece one at a time to order. We hope that you can visit us to meet the men and women who carry on the skills of 101 years of American craftsmanship!

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