High Point Fall 2012: Currey & Co

5 years ago

Currey and Co is one of my go-to lighting resources.  They are a fabulous light company that also carries furniture, rugs, and accessories.  They have great products with a vast array of styles.


This market, the color green and the sleek industrial look were the big trends, but Gold finishes was their top trendsetter!


The color green is projected to be the color of the year for 2013.  So it's no question, that Currey would be right on the color trend, and introduce products in Green.


Glenda Table Lamp 

6754, Glenda Table Lamp

The industrial sleek look is still hot, and Currey introduced several new fixtures that are perfect for a loft, or an eclectic space.  I personally love the combination of industrial sleek with cottage country; it makes for a beautiful combination.

9209, Ruhl Rectangular Chandelier


9915, Maximus Rectangular Chandelier


9969, Beckett Trio Pendant

9927, Middleton Chandelier


 Last but definitely not least, Gold  was the BIG emphasis this market from Currey.  Currey introduced several new pieces with gold leaf finishes.  Many of the metal leaf finishes are on sumptuous clean line pieces ranging from lighting to furniture.  



9984, Orli Chandelier

6640, Firelight Table Lamp

4129, Delano Etagere

Enjoy more of Currey's big sellers from new introductions at Fall Market.


6445, Obelisk Lamp


9202, Chanteuse Chandelier


9203, Chanteuse Petit Chandelier


9920, Arlie Pendant


**If you are interested in any of these pieces, please contact Christy (christy@viningdesign.com) for more information**



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