This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Hooker Furniture.  Hooker Furniture has been producing stylish, high-quality furniture since 1924.

After four amazing days at High Point Market, I have so many fabulous furnishings to share.  High Point really is the DisneyLand of design, and I had an unbelievable positive experience filling in for Lynn there. My trip was made possible by Hooker Furniture (HF), and my tour of their showroom was a highlight of my overall experience.

With over 85 years in operation, Hooker Furniture offers the world’s largest complete selection of home furnishings with the greatest range of styles I have ever seen from one manufacturer. Truly. A third-generation company, and one of the few furniture firms still led by a member of the founding family, Hooker Furniture (including its Bradington-Young upholstery division, its Sam Moore Furniture customized fabric-to-frame division, and Opus Designs, its specialized children’s furniture division) has high-quality furnishings to fit every aesthetic.

Without further ado, these are my favorite HF chests; all stylish and sophisticated, yet incredibly diverse. I loved shopping here because my clients’ aesthetics have just as much of a range.  Let’s take a look.

High Point Market Hooker Furniture Chests

From English, to French, to Swedish, to Hollywood Regency in style, these chests are strong pieces meant for beautiful interiors.  I like to give my clients visual examples, whether a tearsheet, a photo, or a sketch, to help them visualize how the fabulous furnishings we’re considering will come to life and function fluidly in their home. For each of these chests I’ve done just that:

01 The Melange Resplendent Chest. As a bedside table or as a dresser, the ornate nailhead designs add old English flair, with a modern, tailored look.

Hooker Furniture Melange Resplendent Chest

Melanie Turner Bedroom

02 The French Two-Drawer Chest. Here the lovely figured wood, gilded trim, and cabriole curves make this piece my favorite. It nods to antique French furniture, without being too buttoned-up, and would look lovely with a tall floral arrangement, stacked books, and a framed photograph.

Hooker Furniture French Two Drawer Chest

Alex Papachristidis Fruzsina Keehn Bedroom

03 The Classique Scroll Chest. With Swedish roots, this cream and grey-stained wood chest is striking in its scroll motif and natural iron hardware. Paired with clean, pared down furnishings and natural wood finishes, this piece is a standout.

Hooker Furniture Classique Scroll Chest

Swedish Interior Design

04 The Three-Drawer Chest. Here nailhead-detailing takes on the straight and narrow, with strong, masculine lines. For a club-appropriate piece, this one cannot be beat.

Hooker Furniture Three-Drawer Chest

M. E. Beck Interior Design Nailhead Chest

05 The Melange Effervescent Chest. Not one to be ignored, this leggy, geometric gold-leaf-painted number has magnetic draw. It shimmers with the light and, countered with a few other gold accent items in a room, stands spectacular.

Hooker Furniture Melange Effervescent Chest

Laura Day Lonny Living Room

There you have my best of High Point Hooker Furniture chest roundup. Stay tuned; I have much more amazing-ness to share from them on Wednesday and Thursday.

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Images / All chest images taken by Sarah Sarna in the HF showroom / 01 /  Melange Chest. Interior by Designer Melanie Turner, via Belle Maison / 02 / French Two-Drawer Chest. Interior by Designer Alex Papachristidis, via A Thoughtful Eye / 03 / Classique Scroll Chest. Interior via Splendid Willow / 04 / Three Drawer Chest. Interior by Designer Maria E. Beck  / 05 / Melange Effervescent Chest. Interior by Designer Laura Day, via Lonny /

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Author: Sarah Sarna

Interior Designer and Editor helping intelligent women unlock their style and own it, à la: decorating, fashion, beauty, and beyond.