Spotted at High Point: Dual-Fabric Chairs

High Point Spring Market 2014

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

A Hooker chair back gets a little lizard contrast.

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

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!

(Image credits: CR Laine; MacKenzie-Childs; Hickory Chair; Sam Moore; Hooker Furniture; La-Z-Boy)