Every six months we attend High Point Furniture Market and anticipate what’s new, exciting and what products will make it into future projects! Here is a snippet of some furnishings in my favorite colors – black, white and green.
A brand new pattern from Thibaut in fabric and wall covering from their Bridgehampton collection.
Here are the other color ways:
Lee Industries creates high quality, creatively styled upholstery that is well crafted, tested over time and, in my opinion, one of the most comfortable in the industry. I fell in love with this tufted back green velvet swivel chair…
How incredible would this chair look paired with these plates from Global Views?
Here are a few more of my favorite chairs:
A rattan barrel chair from Selamat Designs.
A black lacquered chair sporting a Kate Spade inspired fabric from French Heritage.
A handsome leather chair from Vanguard Furniture.
A sporty swivel chair in white fabric with black contrast welt from Ambella Home.
More from the Ambella Home showroom.
Accessories and furniture were all the rage in green….
A spectacular mix of ceramics in the Legend of Asia showroom.
Decorative books for stylizing from Go Home Ltd.
A customized chest at Vanguard Furniture.
It is so versatile – a foyer piece, a nightstand or it can even be used in a gender neutral nursery!
One of the “hits” this market was a rug collection by Chip and Joanna Gaines from Fixer Upper on HGTV at Loloi Rugs. I loved the look of this rug, but it was also super soft to the touch.
I discovered these pillows in the showroom too….
We visited our tried and true vendors and also found some fabulous new ones.
This is from Barloga Studios, an art company providing fine art black and white photographs in distinctive presentation styles. My two favorites, the feather and the nest!
I thought these art prints were quirky and interesting at Leftbank Art.
Here’s just a few more finds to add to my black, white and green obsession!
Cabinet inspired from the Florence Broadhurst collection of wallpaper from Selamat Designs. Florence was an interesting, eccentric and talented woman and quite the renegade in her day. Read about her interesting life here!
Ottomans paired to create a coffee table or used as extra seating from Rowe Furniture.
More decorative books from Go Home Ltd.
A sliding door cabinet with great contrast from French Heritage.
And finally…….. A Kate Spade lamp from Visual Comfort.
As you can see, there is a lot to see and going to High Point Furniture Market is a great way for us to view the products in person, maintain great relationships with our vendors and keep us current with all the trends in design.
Let us know if you see something you HAVE to have 🙂