In Print

The High Point Enterprise

“Made in America pavilion opens”
by Jordan Howse

The High Point Enterprise covers the Furniture Market every season with their MarketPress edition. Coastal Classics was featured on the front cover on Sunday morning after Market opened, highlighting the opening of the Made in America Pavilion of which we are proud to be a part.  My assistant, Annette Peck, and I were caught by the camera man while setting up the showroom space.  Little did we know that our picture would be everywhere and in our work clothes.  Ah, the glamourous life of a designer!

Show Time Magazine

Coastal Classics was flattered with a feature article by Showtime Magazine, the official magazine of the International Fabric Market by ITMA. Called “Trim-endous” it revealed how attention to detail shines through in all of my designs, finding the perfect trim for each sofa, chair, or pillow. For me, the perfect trim is like the perfect accessory on a little black dress. To prove their point, Showtime Magazine showed many examples of my work – the Pungo chair with wood bead trimmed skirt, my embroderied coral pillow with ribbon trim, and the whimsical embroidered monkey & palm tree on silk with a silk ribbon tassel fringe.

Furniture Today

Furniture/Today, the leading news magazine for the Home Furnishings industry, compiles a Best of Market issue for each Furniture Market. It is a coveted honor to be included in their Best of Market issue. Coastal Classics has been honored every Market since its debut and always given a prominent place, winning the top honor of the front page of the magazine in May 2011 with the Boca chair – a curvy, sexy chair with a flirty “grass skirt” trim.

Best of Market (April 2012)

Key City:  The Kiawah chair from Key City Coastal Classics by Nanette Price was a big hit at market with dealers buying this version and a non-skirted, welted version with nailheads for their stores.

Best of Market ( November 2011)

Key City:  Designer Nanette Hurley Price uses an Ikat, a white linen with tiny seagulls and a cotton ticking along with rattan-inspired legs in a coconut finish on the Coastal Classics Bridgeport bench from Key City.

Best of Market ( April 2011)

Key City:  19 upholstered pieces, each with 10-way hand-tied construction, make up Key City’s new Coastal Classics by interior designer Nanette Price.  Pictured is the Boca Chair with grass skirt.

Nanette Price
1589 Skeet Club Road, Suite 102 / High Point, North Carolina / 27265