IMC names 6 market snapshot winners “People’s Choice”
HIGH POINT – International Market Centers named six products – including furniture, textiles and architectural elements from Hooker Furniture, Modway, Native Spun, Pearl Mantels, Poetic Pillow and Union Home – as the winner of the High Point Market “People’s Choice” award in autumn 2021.
The winning products were presented at the High Point Market this week.
Furniture winners are:
- Hooker Furniture – Melange Zola Desk
This handcrafted desk has three drawers with a removable writing rail, pen tray and dividers. The middle drawer has a hinged front with a tap lock on both sides and a recess for cables. The light wood finish features contrasting gray drawer fronts and a silver-colored metal base with antique pewter metal and acrylic fittings. Materials are elm, maple, walnut veneer and metal. IHFC, C-1058 and IH-301
- Modway – Celine Channel Tufted Performance Velvet Queen Bed
The headboard is padded with dirt-repellent performance velvet with a channel-tufted detail. The platform bed design eliminates the need for a box spring bed with wooden slatted supports, reinforced central beams and support legs. Available in Twin, Full, Queen and King in Dusty Rose, Emerald, Gray, Light Gray, Maroon, Navy, Pink, Teal and White. IHFC, H-704
- Union Home – Rotunda Chair Ivy
This handcrafted chair is upholstered in cotton velvet on a round oak swivel base with a charcoal oil finish. It is designed in Chicago and made in India. IHFC, IH-308
Home decor winners include Native Spun for his performance Throws, Poetic Pillow for his cream-colored azaleas Pillow Sham and Pearl Mantels for his Zachary non-flammable mantelpiece.
The winners of the People’s Choice Award were selected from 54 products via online voting and on the DesigOn HPMKT by IMC Facebook and Instagram pages.
Products selected by 51 Market Snapshot finalists will be displayed in an exhibition outside the suites in Market Square in High Point.
Vicky Jarrett has worked with various furniture industry publications – including Furniture Today, Retail Ideas, Our State Magazine and Casual Living – for more than 20 years, and returned to Furniture Today in 2016 as Managing Editor.