Kinder Builds Momentum
HIGH POINT, NC – – – Carolyn Kinder, the eleventh inductee to the ART Academy of Achievement refuses to rest on her many past successes. In fact, she refuses to rest. At October Market, The Kinder Collection will introduce several new collections of furniture, accessories and wall décor with the top manufacturers in the Home Furnishings Industry. Each new Collection, although varied in theme and material, bears the unmistakable touch of The Kinder Collection.
CasaBique will introduce The Plantation Collection, a bedroom group that reflects a relaxed blend of European and Asian cultures in a rich and timeless mixture of cane, woven natural fiber and warm metallic accents.
The Uttermost Company will enhance their flourishing line of Kinder Collection wall décor with several editions developed by Kinder in China and The Philippines. These new items will range in style from Classic to Contemporary, but their exotic natural materials and finishes will make them a rich addition to any environment.
Austin Sculpture adds to their Carolyn Kinder line two widely diverse accessory collections as well as additions to already successful groups. The Kenya Collection depicts its African influences with highly detailed weaves and warm natural finishes, while the curvaceous Deco Nuevo Collection reveals a nostalgic look at the Art Deco Era.
More of Carolyn Kinder’s work can be seen throughout High Point, such as published prints by Wild Apple Graphics and Accessory Collections from Montaage.
“Developing beautiful products and great product resources go hand in hand. These are the things that we do best”, says Kinder, “and we are committed to each step of the development process.”
See the Kinder Collection at The Uttermost Company showroom IHFC C448; The CasaBique Showroom 122 North Hamilton Street; The Austin Showroom IHFC H445; The Montaage Showroom IHFC H324.
Carolyn Kinder will be in High Point throughout the Market. Please call the number listed above for more information or to arrange interviews.
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