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This is #2 in a series of Design Trend Reports - trends gathered from my annual trip to High Point Market, the world's largest furniture and design trade show. Over the course of the next few weeks, I'll be sharing key takeaways from market so that you can incorporate these fresh ideas into your own home.

Upon first glance, would you guess this is fully adjustable seating?

If you have memories of overstuffed, chunky, noisy recliners, I have news for you: Motion furniture has entered into an entirely new realm, where style is not sacrificed to comfort.

Adjust the head to your preference, or have it sit tight to the sofa for a classic Chesterfield sofa look

One of my favorite features are sofas, sectionals and chairs that can hug the wall. Yes!

classic recliner that cannot be close to the wall
If you are inclined towards a recliner, know you now have options beyond this classic "recliner" look

This picture shows the traditional way recliners work... it's not bad... but if you are tight on space, or prefer a more tailored look, there are so many more options for you.

Updated recliners can swivel, hug the wall, they even come in classic furniture forms (no more loose backs anymore that droop and gap when fully reclined).

I'm excited about what happening with motion furniture. We are spending so much quality time at home these days, and comfort is key.


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