Candadian company Gus* had one of the most modern booths we saw at High Point. Styled with simple (and inexpensive) string art and leafy green plants, the space had a warm and laid-back look. New this year: the Atwood sectional and chair — named after Canadian writer Margaret Atwood — and the Sparrow rocking glider and ottoman.
The Atwood has a blind-tufted seat with piping, and the look is a little more tailored than previous Gus* lines. We also loved the Stanley console, a shallow entryway table with a recessed groove to catch your cell phone, and the Charmichael sofa, a high-back design that would fit in well with more traditional decor.
MORE INFORMATION: GusModern.com
ABOUT HIGH POINT MARKET
Located in North Carolina and held twice each year in April and October, High Point Market
is "the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world." The market includes 180 buildings, 10 million square feet of showspace, and over 2,000 exhibitors who exhibit to designers, buyers, press, and industry representatives.
Photos: Sarah Coffey