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Well, the show’s over but, we’re still buzzing from all the excitement that surrounded last week’s High Point Furniture Market. We were thrilled to see so many faces and catch up with friends, both old and new. The days were filled with great food, music, parties and, of course, LOTS of great new products! We introduced over 180 fabulous new products, some with mid-century modern, rough luxe, transitional and modern influences, and our customers loved them! Below are some of our top sellers from the show.

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Marmande Rectangular Chandelier

Mouth-blown glass cylinders are captured within the metal frame of the Marmande Rectangular Chandelier. Mirror that has been finished to have the transparency and intermittent patterns of mercury glass contrasts the Cupertino wrought iron framework, creating a beautiful combination.

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Margate Mirror

Luxury by the seaside is at the heart and soul of the Margate Mirror. Natural Oyster shells adorn the appealing Contemporary Gold Leaf finished frame which brings sophistication to any coastal-inspired interior.

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Zephyr Table Lamp

With an enigmatic shape and lustrous finish, the Zephyr Table Lamp is a seductive design. Crafted in glass, the Zephyr features a luxurious Off White Shantung shade.

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Grand Lotus Chandelier

Stunning workmanship is highlighted in the formation of the Grand Lotus Chandelier which is made from wrought iron and sheet metal and then skillfully finished in Antique Gold Leaf. The Grand Lotus Chandelier is a gorgeous interpretation of the classic blossom.

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Metro Rectangular Chandelier

Ultra-modern in form and finish, the Metro Rectangular Chandelier is a real head turner. Multiple rectangles in varying sizes are layered and set at different angles giving a geometric and sleek appeal. The Metro Rectangular Chandelier also has a pair of matching wall sconces.

We are so grateful to those of you who help make our success possible – looking forward to seeing you again in Dallas and Atlanta this summer!

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04/17/2014

Rough Luxe Revisited

When the editors of the Wall Street Journal Magazine declared in Fall 2009 the new design movement, Rough Luxe, we had no idea it would remain relevant almost five years onward. Imperfection, authenticity, natural rawness, and a certain disdain for anything glitzy was the mantra of Rough Luxe. How has it changed in 2014? Well, […]

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04/09/2014

Juxtaposing History: The Shannon Koszyk Collection

When we introduced The Shannon Koszyk Collection last October, we did not fully appreciate the Seattle-based jewelry and product designer’s wide appeal. Sweet grandmothers and rock stars alike collect her jewelry and now – home furnishings. Think Alexander McQueen meets Shakespeare and you will understand her design aesthetic. All grounded in historical symbolism, both secular […]

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04/07/2014

Mid-Century Milieu

Emerging after World War II, Mid-Century Modern design could be found in architecture and interiors. Bringing modernism into America’s post-war suburbs was the hallmark of this time period. After the economic effects of the 1930’s depression and then the war, designers focused on creating affordable, well-designed home furnishings and sought to reconcile craftsmanship with mass […]

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04/04/2014

Spring into High Point Market!

It has finally started to feel like Spring here in Atlanta (complete with ‘April showers’) and just in time for us to head to High Point, NC for the Spring Market. A lot has to come together to pull off the whirlwind week that is Market, from the food and drinks to the musicians, plants […] + READ MORE

03/24/2014

2014 Design Blogger’s Conference Recap

This month in Atlanta, Adam Japko (DigitalSherpa) and his team brought us the 2014 Design Bloggers Conference. This was the first time the conference was held outside of Los Angeles and given the remarkable turn out, guest speakers and sponsors, it was a total success! The stage is set!  We started off with a Q&A […]

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02/28/2014

2014 Design Bloggers Conference in Atlanta

Next week is the 2014 Design Bloggers Conference held at the Grand Hyatt in Buckhead, here in Atlanta. This is the first time the DBC has been held outside the city of Los Angeles, and after attending the last several conferences and learning so much, we knew we couldn’t miss this fabulous opportunity to attend […]

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02/25/2014

Grand Opening Soiree at The NYDC

Back on February 5th we passed another milestone as a company when we officially launched our New York showroom in the New York Design Center. We are excited about the opportunities this new showroom will open up for us to serve our customers in a more exemplary fashion. Having a showroom in New York will […] + READ MORE

01/08/2014

Material Effects… The Atlanta & Dallas Winter Markets

As we prepare for the Atlanta & Dallas Markets we are ever-inspired by the unique offerings from our latest introductions of Table Lamps, Chandeliers and Furniture. Vintage American, Industrial and Gold trends are just some of the highlights we are excited to unveil. Lustrous finishes, luxurious materials and varied and fanciful metalwork are just a few of the […]

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12/20/2013

Happy Holidays from Currey & Company!

At the holiday season, our thoughts turn to those who have made our progress possible. It is in this spirit we would like to express our warm appreciation to our customers, employees and associates. Our very best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous New Year!

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