Spotted at High Point: Dual-Fabric Chairs

Spotted at High Point: Dual-Fabric Chairs

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Jennifer Hunter
Apr 11, 2014
(Image credit: CR Laine)

What's better than one color, fabric or texture on your chair? Take a look through these fresh, new designs we spotted at the High Point Furniture Market this past week and see if you know the answer.

Above: A springy floral gets grounded with a charcoal back at CR Laine.

(Image credit: MacKenzie-Childs)

This super comfy chair from MacKenzie-Childs combines two classic black and white motifs with fun, graphic results.

(Image credit: Hickory Chair)

This pop of houds-tooth is a classic accent in an unexpected place. At Hickory Chair.

(Image credit: Sam Moore)

A pattern this busy might overwhelm en masse, but this pop is the perfect amount. At Sam Moore.

(Image credit: CR Laine)

This fabric change is all about the texture and we couldn't love it more. At CR Laine.

(Image credit: Hooker Furniture)

A similar palette makes this contrast subtle, but a little piping adds dimension. From Hooker Furniture.

(Image credit: CR Laine)

The graphic Chinoiserie pattern here at CR Laine gets a perfect neutral grey pairing.

(Image credit: Hooker Furniture)

A Hooker chair back gets a little lizard contrast.

(Image credit: La-Z-Boy)

This La-Z-Boy lounger contrasts both color and texture — leather arms and velvet cushions.

(Image credit: Hooker Furniture)

A classic shape at Hooker gets a bit of flair with quilting and studs on the back.

So, what do you think about this new chair contrast trend? Overjoyed or over it? Tell us!

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