Summer Classics introduced new collections in High Point

Company expands mix and match options

HaleyHaley, a Summer Classics favorite, shown at High Point Market.
HIGH POINT, N.C. –– The Summer Classics team introduced its latest line at the High Point Market. The collection features clean lines with a modern design.

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“We use materials and finishes that can transcend collections,” said Summer Classics Founder and CEO Bew White. “This makes them easy to mix and match within a single line or several lines. We carefully choose resins and wood finishes to complement each other.”

In keeping with the relaxed vibe, Creative Director Chris Hutchens was inspired by the famous resort city of Cabo San Lucas, particularly the easy, laid-back vibe, when designing the Summer Classics High Point showroom. 

“We’re distressing the wood floors and painting the shiplap on the walls white,” Hutchens said. “The showroom will have a backdrop of different shades of whites and grays so that there’s a lot of depth.”

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Hutchens designed the High Point Showroom to be one of great serenity. “We’re keeping the colors soothing with some power blues and soft corals,” he said. “We want to reflect hip and style at the same time. We’re adding some lighting from Gabby to help complete that feeling.”

Summer Classics continues to add collections and streamline finishes for mixing and matching to create individual style for each client.

“We’re using all of our materials in the spring showroom––our teak and wicker–– to show how all of those elements and materials create one look,” Hutchens said.

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