16 September 2017

Decca Home Expands Inversion by STUDIO MHNA Collection for October Market 2017

Paris-based Design Group Returns to High Point

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Decca Home expands its Inversion collection of furnishings for the October High Point Market. Created by Paris-based design group STUDIO MHNA, the new items will be on display in the Decca Home showroom, located at 311 N. Hamilton St.

Based on a successful launch of the collection in April, Decca Home is doubling the collection's offering to almost two dozen SKUS. The new Inversion accent tables, consoles, storage case pieces and mirror frames are reimagined this season in Walnut and Zebra wood. With an eye for updating traditional forms through their use of intricate veneer applications, the duo's new case designs feature distinctive checkerboard veneer patterns creating forms with a decidedly modern sensibility.

The spring collection, crafted in rich Wenge veneers and brushed metal finishes, may be custom-ordered through authorized Decca Home showrooms and representatives.

Complimenting this season's case offerings is the new Nest sectional, as well as the charming Nest slipper chair – scaled perfectly for hip urban dwellings.

STUDIO MHNA was founded by designers Marc Hertrich and Nicolas Adnet. The pair balance traditional and contemporary aesthetics with their designs for Inversion, along with an interplay of masculine and feminine characteristics. The new collection features furnishings that are appropriately scaled for residential and boutique commercial settings.

Hertrich and Adnet are recognized internationally for their work in the luxury, boutique and resort hotel segments, along with other prominent interior projects.

Decca Home is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hong Kong based Decca Ltd. Known for its high-end furniture offerings, the company sells to furnishings dealers, trade showrooms and directly to interior designers.

For showroom appointments, please contact Thomas Dagger:

Media contact: Leslie Newby 336-207-4623