Monday, April 30, 2012

Hable at Hickory Chair

The best part of High Point is getting to meet many of the designers in person.  Sisters Susan Hable Smith and Katherine Hable Sweeney of Hable Construction have collaborated on a fabric line for Hickory Chair and created a little artist's studio in the showroom. Not only do I love their fabric designers but their amazing mood boards that were also located as soon as you walked in the front door. 

Loved Susan's cute cat shoes from Divia



Susan was really painting when we stopped by the showroom. 


I loved this painterly watercolor pattern she created this season.






Susan's artwork also hangs on the wall. 








Loved the new polka dot Hable fabric on these campaign chairs.







The zebra print isn't by Hable but looks great as pillows and on the chair below.  I definitely wanted to take that one home with me!

Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic

5 comments:

Karena said...

Oh yes I am wowed! These gals really have it together. I adore the mood/ inspiration boards! That X bench in the blue dot, love, love!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

Cathy said...

Love these prints...esp. the brown dot, and anything in animal print like that last chair, yes please! Thank you for sharing these!

@Cathy_Showan
http://cstyledesign.blogspot.com

Jay Reardon said...

Susan and Kate's Talent,creative fabrics, and enthusiasm for bringing innovative design to a broader group of consumers made it fun to be in the Showroom. Watching the response as people spoke on how they planned to revitalize their store displays with the New fabrics will surely excite consumers across the country

Laura Holland said...

HC has it together today! Habitually Chic, Hable Construction and Hickory Chair. What a great collaboration... Hable Construction designed the fabrics and printed them in the USA, Hickory Chair made the furniture and upholstered them in the USA and Habitually Chic, based in the USA, shared this special story with all of us!www.hickorychair.com

Ashley said...

If I could I would move every single piece into my home today. I've long admired the Hable look, and am so happy to see the Hable ladies are working with like-minded collaborators.

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