Designing for the Flip Side - Part 2

Designing for the Flip Side - Part 2

We found so many amazing chair backs at High Point Market that we decided to continue the blog this week! The attention to detail on all sides of a piece of furniture takes it from ordinary to extraordinary!

One of the big trends this market was a neutral color palette. The double cording on this neutral chair gives it a tailored detail and an interesting striped effect!


(Hickory White, High Point Market)

Keeping with the neutral palette, we found this charming rustic dining chair with a slipcover. The element that sets it apart is the pretty twine corset!


(Dovetail, High Point Market)

This sweet neutral desk chair comes to life with rhythmic curved lines that will impart a sense of movement to your space.


(Hooker Furniture, High Point Market)

This feminine desk chair also has a beautiful flow to it but it has open woodwork which allows the viewer to not miss any details on the divine desk behind it!


(Century Furniture, High Point Market)

The contrast of the severe diagonal lines with the curvy frame of this chair is certain to enliven your dinning room!


(Henredon, High Point Market)

This antiqued mirrored chair is eye catching not only because of the wooden pattern but also because you can reflect light and color from the mirror!


(John Richards, High Point Market)

This unique high backed wooden chair was one of our favorites and I think we all took turns sitting in them and posing for photos in them! They would without a doubt add height and drama to any space!


(Jonathan Charles, High Point Market)

We love how the nail heads on these chairs follow the curve of the chair and breakup the expanse of leather!


(Uttermost, High Point Market)

This chair has an interesting floating effect with the handsome striped wooden frame!


(Scarborough House, High Point Market)

We hope you enjoyed our series on chair backs, we certainly had fun spotting them!

Happy Designing - By Design Interiors

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