Tag Archives: Michael Amini

Blog: Report from High Point Market

Jaipur Traditions Made Modern

HIGH POINT, N.C.–Amid a positive buzz here at High Point Market, companies debuted collections and looks, including a slew of licensed lines with well-known designers and companies. Bob Timberlake was on hand to launch his lighting line with Wildwood Lamps, which he said was only the beginning. One ceramic item incorporated the Chinese design forMore »

Last updated: October 20, 2014

High Point Market Opens Today

High Point

HIGH POINT, N.C.–The fall edition of High Point Market opens today. A bevy of introductions in furniture, lighting, rugs and other furnishings will be unveiled to the industry over the next few days. For a look at furniture, lighting and home decor introductions click here; for new rug designs, click here. Other product trends andMore »

Last updated: October 21, 2014

AICO to Show at Textiles Market

AICO

PICO RIVERA, Calif.-Amini Innovation Corp. (AICO) will show its bedding collection at next week’s New York Home Fashions Market. The company has taken showroom space in room 704 of 230 Fifth Ave. in New York City, which will be listed under the brand of Michael Amini, founder of AICO. The showroom “will give us betterMore »

Last updated: September 8, 2014

Blog: Early Spring in High Point

AF Lighting Candice Olson

HIGH POINT, N.C.–Cool, rainy weather did not damper yesterday’s High Point Market as showrooms were busy and introductions and events were plentiful. AF Lighting debuted Candice Olson Loft, a line that offers Olson’s designs at a lower price point than the company’s signature line with the designer. The new line “still has her point ofMore »

Last updated: April 8, 2014

Blog: Color, Natural Materials Headline High Point Market

Bob Mackie Kas

HIGH POINT, N.C.–Now in its fourth day, High Point Market continues to see several themes within the area rug category. Introductions using metallics or shine were seen, as well as ones incorporating natural or recycled materials or handcrafted looks. Color remains a strong focus, and many introductions have vibrant hues. Orian’s Overdyed line included severalMore »

Last updated: April 8, 2014