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With the arrival of fall comes new products to see in the furniture capital of the world — High Point, N.C., during the International Home Furnishings Market. Furniture styles take the transitional turn, making way for consumers to interpret their own style indoors or out.

 Telescope Casual debuts an upscale cushion collection with Cape May, featuring rolled-over padded headrests for extra comfort and stackable chairs for easy storage.  
   Stainless steel, textilene and teak construct the sleek and modern Tiburon dining chair from Kingsley-Bate.
 From the Back to the Roots Collection, a bench from Groovystuff is crafted from plantation-grown teak and offers a naturally complementary piece for the outdoors.  
 
 From Brown Jordan International, the Grand Via Collection mimics Caribbean wrought iron with a fully welded tubular aluminum frame and cast back, cast aluminum tropics detailing and deep cushions.
 Exotic florals in fiery shades of red come together with towering bamboo stalks to create the Asian Fire arrangement in the Kathy Ireland Home Collection for Labs.  
   CBK's garden-style iron and wire chair and table are coated in a rose green finish to blend with natural surroundings.
 Capel's Seabreeze Collection includes the Abstract indoor-outdoor rug, made of 100% olefin.  

 

 A chair and ottoman are complemented by a yin-yang shaped coffee table in the Carmel Collection from Environ Trading, all part of a modular seating group in water hyacinth.
 Classic design highlights the chat settee in white with blue sapphire cushions from Uwharrie Chair Company.  
   A rich medley of copper finishes blend in the Composite wall sculpture from Artisan House.
 From Elegant Earth, the Old English dining table is highlighted by a curvy pedestal base.  
   Formerly the Tall Chair, Riverwood Casual's Balcony chair and table in the Outdoor Retreat Collection incorporates lines of a classic Adirondack wiith design features for the utmost in comfort.
 Boca Rattan's Pasadena Collection has transitional style, perfect for interior living spaces or a covered outside area, made from two-tone woven peel and wicker.  
   An ottoman and lounge chair from Ficks Reed's WeatherKing Catalina group provides ample room for relaxation, with all-weather wicker woven over an aluminum frame.
 Designed by Shaun Sweeney, the Westbury Collection from Woodard is an elegant and classic wrought iron line complemented by overly plush cushions, iron-arched back detail and scalloped finials.  
   The Empire dining collection from Palm Springs Rattan, constructed of aluminum vinyl wicker, features a high back for lumbar comfort.
 Combining French and Rustic influence, the Leon wall plaque from Imax is constructed of wrought iron in a rust finish.  
   A contemporary teak Adirondack chair debuts in the Ernest Hemingway Collection by Laneventure, marrying traditional style with a modern design.
 Made of tubular aluminum, the Chelsea dining group from Terra Furniture is highlighted by simulated bamboo detailing and complemented by a 48-inch round table with a mosaic marble top.  

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