Mark Sikes to Design Collection for Henredon

Collection will reflect Sikes’ “simple, classic and all-American” style
January 20, 2016Allison Zisko

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HIGH POINT, N.C.—Henredon is partnering with Los Angeles-based designer Mark D. Sikes on a bedroom, dining room and living room furniture collection that will debut at High Point Market in October.

Sikes described his style as “simple, classic and all-American,” and said his projects reflect the California lifestyle updated with modern American and European influences. The collection will be based on Sikes’ own designs and signature pieces he has collected over the years, Henredon said. “It’s traditional in its roots, yet has a modern and eclectic mix that makes it feel both fresh and relaxed. The proportions have attitude—nothing is stiff or uptight. Everything is comfortable yet refined with great care for details,” the company said in a statement.

Sikes recently completed a collaboration with Reese Witherspoon to design her first retail store, Draper James, in Nashville, and this September his work was seen on the sets of Nancy Meyers’ latest film, “The Intern.” His first book is scheduled for release later this year along with his new Henredon furniture collection.

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