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Fall Fashions in Furniture

An interior designer previews the hot items from the High Point International Furnishings Market
Laurie Bell's Urbane Garden Collection 

Outdoor textiles from Laurie Bell combine the elegance of their indoor counterparts—complete with fringe and trim—and high-tech durability to withstand the elements. Pillows pictured are from the Urbane Garden collection. Visit www.lauriebell.com.

The “eco-chic” Lyon Day Bed from Palacek’s National Geographic Home Collection captures the splendor of 18th-century French furniture. It’s made of aged recycled oak and comes with down-filled linen cushions. Visit www.palecek.com.

The Leaf chair, designed by John Mascheroni for Jeffco, brings a touch of whimsy to any formal dining room. A limited number of custom features lets customers take advantage of a quick-ship option. It’s available at Danker Furniture in Rockville and Shofer’s Furniture in Baltimore, or visit www.jeffcofurniture.com.

New gathering tables like this one from Hickory Chair foster a casual dining experience. Designed by Thomas O’Brien, the Lenox kitchen table boasts a lustrous English oak finish with drawers on one side a lower shelf for storage. It’s also available with a marble top. Visit www.hickorychair.com.

Fall Furniture Trends
A jewel of an occasional table, the Hexagonal Hatbox easily slips into any seating arrangement. A hidden door opens to provide storage for books, magazines or your collection of remote controls. Its beautiful walnut veneer has a subtle pattern on the top. From Barbara Barry Realized by Henredon at The Washington Design Center. Phone (202) 554-3340 or visit www.henredon.com.

TV enclosures are in, including this one from Stanley’s new Shelter Island collection. This Sheraton-style dark wood console conceals a plasma TV, which pops up at the push of a button. Visit www.stanleyfurniture.com.

The William Scott cerused oak cabinet harkens back to the 1930s with faint outlines of pears and circles in bas-relief on its doors. Variable internal shelves provide plenty of storage. Visit www.julianchichester.com.

Milling Road’s Empire Bar Stools take the ever-popular seating style to new heights. They are made of aged European umber hand-distressed to suggest a look of antiquity. Available at Baker in Georgetown and The Washington Design Center or visit www.kohler.com.


Lyon Day Bed from Palacek

The Leaf chair from Jeffco

Thomas O'Brien's Lenox kitchen table for Hickory Chair

Hexagonal Hatbox table from Barbara Barry for Henredon

Stanley's Shelter Island console

William Scott cerused oak cabinet.

Empire Bar Stools from Milling Road.

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