Global home décor innovators exhibiting at North Carolina’s High Point Market have been brushing up on their math skills, as evidenced by these new and noteworthy furnishings that illustrate the power of plane geometry in product design.

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Green Apple debuted its fascinating Hobart bookcase, crafted from American oak with a cream-colored lacquer finish accented with aged gold leaf details. (greenapple.pt/en)

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Angular and well-tailored, Four Hands’ Havens chair is upholstered in merlot-colored polyester velvet covering. The slim waxed black iron tube base forms an X for edgy effect. (wilsonlighting.com)

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Rawan Isaac introduced the Chara wood side table, a no-nonsense study in perspective. It was designed by Rawan Alsahsah, who was named an International Interior Design Association winner at the organization’s ninth annual Global Excellence Awards event, held in Paris earlier this year. (rawanisaac.com)

Nancy Robinson is a contributing writer to Ladue News specializing in interiors and home décor.