High Point Market Fall 2012: Caracole

A new showroom I visited in High Point in October was Caracole.  It's a new furniture line to me, and their showroom was absolutely beautiful.  Caracole is high style furniture made with high quality.  Every piece represents high design and independent thinking, with more than fifty finishes and materials: exotic woods, mixed elements and hand-applied finishes. Each piece stands alone...and speaks for itself.

 

Caracole offers three collections: Classic ContemporaryNew Traditional, and Naturally Casual.  Each collection offers beautifully designed pieces and with so many options, there is a piece for everyone.  Also, each piece has a witty and clever name that was just as much fun learning as seeing the piece itself.

 

So after looking through the newest introductions below, check out their websiteFacebook page, and Pinterest page and follow them on Twitter.

 

Enjoy these beautiful Fall 2012 introductions.

A Tangled Web We Weave

Exclamation Point

Exclamation Point

 

Tall Dark and Handsome

Tall Dark & Handsome

 

Wood You Please

Wood You Please

 

Pretty Please!

Pretty Please!

 

Bejeweled

 

Green with Envy

 

Glass Slipper

 

Chairman of the Board(s)

Chairman of the Board(s)

 

Bon Appetite

Bon Appetite

 

Bubble-Up

Bubble-Up

 

French Lines

 

Hide Nor Hair

 

Is This Back Taken

 

French Kiss

French Kiss

 

Out Like a Light

Out Like a Light

 

Engagement Ring

Engagement Ring

 

White Noise

White Noise

 

Lets Wrap it Up

Let's Wrap it Up

 

Perfect Proportions

 

Rugged Individual_Seagull

Rugged Individual_Seagull

 

Le Chaise

Le Chaise

 

 

Open and Closed Case_Seagull_Shutters

 

Open and Closed Case_Seagull_Shutters

 

Fifty Shades Of...

Fifty Shades Of...

 

Black Tie Optional

 

Natural Attraction

**All photos provided by Caracole**

 

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