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Market Report:
Natural Selection

For a look that surprises, designer Michael Mitchell is in love with pairing bold finishes with contrasting details—all in natural patterns and textures. He shares some favorite examples from the Spring 2014 High Point Market


Laura Kirar for McGuire chair covered in 3,500 leather tassles.


Studded, gilded ottoman covered in Tibetan lamb’s wool by Emporium Home, www.zincdoor.com

 

 

Asian-inspired “Chiang Mai Dragon” textiles by Schumacher & Co. Fabrics, www.fschumacher.com


Water snake “Drake” trays by Made Good, www.madegoods.com

 

 

Thomas Pheasant “Athens Lounge Chair”
in white tufted leather by Baker Furniture, www.bakerfurniture.com


 

 

 

 

 

 

Gold-leaf wishbone paperweights by Global Views, www.globalviews.com


Michael Mitchell

Published in: Southern Living, Columbia Metropolitan, and the blog Jealous Curator

His design advice: “Exotic pieces bring the outside indoors with a touch of glam. Go for pieces made of natural materials such as snakeskin, agates and fur, which add great organic texture.”

Find him at:
www.michaelmitchellcharleston.com
 

 

 




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PHOTOGRAPHs COURTESY OF (OTTOMAN) EMPORIUM HOME, (ASIAN TEXTILES) SCHUMACHER & CO. FABRICS, (MICHAEL MITCHELL) THE DESIGNER, (TRAYS) MADE GOOD, (CHAIR) BAKER FURNITURE, & (WISHBONES) GLOBAL VIEWS

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