High Point Market Spring 2022: A Preview of the Best Collection Launches This Season | Architectural Digest

Mitzi Tastemakers collection by Mitzi

Mitzi, Hudson Valley Lighting’s contemporary brand, is rolling out Mitzi Tastemakers. These collections will spotlight one-of-a-kind artful creations from the likes of interior designers Megan Molten and Tali Roth, as well as artist Eny Lee Parker. The inaugural Mitzi Tastemakers debut is a 12-piece, boho-modern assemblage spanning chandeliers, sconces, and table and floor lamps by Dabito, founder of the design and branding studio Old Brand New. (Market Square, Mezzanine, M70)

The 50-piece Catalina collection encompasses furnishings for the whole home.

Photography courtesy of Theodore Alexander

Catalina collection by Theodore Alexander

The human desire to embrace nature is manifested in upscale furniture brand Theodore Alexander’s Catalina collection that boasts more than 50 new pieces. Whether it’s a wood grain pattern highlighted in an imposing bed frame or chest of drawers, or the porous stone surfaces gracing a bench or carousel-like coffee table, Catalina summons a nostalgia for beautiful landscapes. (229 W. Russell Ave.)

Josh Greene for Dowel Furniture

New York interior designer Josh Greene launched his debut collection for Dowel Furniture back in 2020, but spring’s High Point Market is where industry folks will be able to swoon over it in person for the very first time. Marked by strong geometry, the series’ 23 designs run the gamut from the six-legged, oak-and-cane Tamarisk bar stool to the linen-wrapped La Jolla lounge chair to an array of arresting pedestals that simultaneously echo Charlotte Perriand’s streamlined functionality and Karl Springer’s dramatic lines. (IHFC, Floor 1, IH210)

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