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Four Hands Debuts Over 400 Styles at High Point Furniture Market

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Pictured above is the Four Hands Andreas Coffee Table.

Four Hands recently announced that it will be launching over 400 new products during High Point Furniture Market. Introductions for this market include new upholstery items rich in texture and earth-colored hues, case goods and dining tables with refreshed material mixes of character woods and metals, to in-depth developments for bedroom, outdoor, and lighting. There is also an extensive launch of style accents like area rugs, decorative pillows, and large-scale art. They will also have all of their existing top-selling items to feature almost 2,000-3,000 items for viewing in their 35,000 square foot showroom.

“Our ‘Modern Earth’ aesthetic is big on textural details, moody hues, and natural elements,” said Four Hands Creative Director Adam Dunn. “We embraced the authentic essence of the materials and applied fresh architectural perspectives to breathe new life into traditional design.”

Introductions to New Collection Pieces at High Point:

Cain Square Dining Table
Collection: Harmon

High-impact design with plenty of natural character. An X-shaped base of deep brown echoes the mixed reclaimed woods in rich tones and inherent highs and lows. The square tabletop's slightly bull-nosed edge complements its otherwise angular stature.

Carmel Sideboard
Collection: Prescott

Mid-century-inspired style with an organic twist. Surrounded by mango casing, light cane woods weave for a fresh look with natural depth. Angular gunmetal-finished iron legs offer an intriguing contrast of texture and tone.


Tilly Chair – Romo Loden
Collection: Kensington

Classic luxury with a forward-thinking spin. Suede upholstery of greenish-grey invites a snug sit. Low styling and angular, natural-finished parawood legs complement a lush look, while offering a note of modernity.

Bronton Coffee Table – Romo Loden
Collection: Kensington

Low, minimalist styling with plenty of inherent character. A smoothed top of natural grain elm retains oyster cuts for organic intrigue. An intersecting slim iron base of rustic black adds a touch of geometric allure to an extra-long statement coffee table.

Adam Dunn and the product development team will be at the showroom throughout market discussing Four Hands’ vision for their Spring 2018 collection. With a dedicated team across offices in five countries, they support the growing needs of large retail chains, independent stores, and interior designers by introducing over 1,000 new product styles each year. Their customers have access to design-forward products from over 50 collections, spanning all home furnishing categories, from living to dining room and everything in between.

See how these notions are driving Four Hands’ market-bound designs via their product development team’s new, not-to-miss picks. Visit High Point showroom to see these styles and hundreds more up close.

Four Hands Showroom Details:
211 East Commerce Ave
Showplace Suite #4101
High Point, NC 27262
Opens at 9a and closes at 6p

More about Four Hands: Four Hands, based in Austin, Texas, is a global manufacturer and wholesaler of home furnishings. As a three-time winner of Inc. Magazine’s “Top 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies,” and a three-time winner of Texas Monthly’s “Best Companies to Work for in Texas,” Four Hands is one of the most dynamic companies in the furniture industry today. The company also has been named to the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City/Business Week’s Top 100 list for six consecutive years. Four Hands has showrooms in High Point, North Carolina, and Austin.

At Four Hands, we see furniture design as more than a visual aesthetic. Our company – among the fastest-growing in the U.S. – blends styles, materials, and textures from diverse corners of the world to create distinct pieces that not only transform the look of a space, but also its feeling. With a dedicated team across offices in five countries, we ardently support the growing needs of large retail chains - such as Crate & Barrel, West Elm, Pottery Barn, TJ Maxx, and Restoration Hardware - independent stores, and interior designers. Introducing over 900 new product styles each year, our customers have access to more than 1,000 design-forward products from over 50 collections, spanning all home furnishing categories – from living and dining room, to art and lighting, and everything in between. In addition to our own, exclusive styles, we collaborate with the industry’s top designers and creatively-focused factories to specialize in striking design, skilled workmanship and unique materials. We work closely with our manufacturing partners to ensure quality and delivery expectations are met for each and every piece. At Four Hands, we are compelled to do more than design and discover furniture. At Four Hands, we furnish style. For more information, visit http://fourhands.com

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