DISCOVERING HIDDEN GEMS – OUR HIGH POINT MARKET SHOWROOM FINDS

Inspiration comes in many forms. Designers and purveyors of taste have to remain vigilant for the constant search of creative materials. The visual component is obviously very important, but the way something feels is a crucial aspect. Our clients rely on our ability to make the informed choices for their space, so you have to do your due diligence with all the amazing products that are out there. Our recent trip to High Point market in North Carolina gave us a sneak peek at what all the creative minds are doing.

Our clients rely on our ability to make the informed choices for their space


The Shibori trend is still going strong! Multiple showrooms had various interpretations of indigo on display. Incorporating the traditional Japanese dying technique in upholstered pieces is a great way to add character in your space.

The retro inspired silhouette of the sofa compliments the group of mirrors. Swanky 60s vibe.

Mauve is experiencing a renaissance as well. Dusty gold and pink tones compliment this pale purple sectional. These were one of our favorites.

Your hallway has paparazzi! This homage to wide angle “fish eye” lens makes for a great conversation piece.

The commanding vibrancy of orange can be employed in various moods and temperatures. Works well as supplementary graphics or as design focal point.

Bernhardt’s Palma canopy bed is a masterpiece in materials. Woven abaca make up the headboard and footboard and the cerrused white oak make for quite the statement.

Bernhardt’s showroom was a must see.  Back to back Linwood sofas and Marcourt banquettes by the bookshelves make for an irreverent but dramatic seating solution.

Look at the finish of the sideboard! Simply exquisite. Goatskin and parchment make for quite the effect.

This headboard took our breath away. The majestic chevron detail is very attractive and would add a dramatic focal point in any bedroom.

Alfonso Marina’s armoire leaves quite an impression. Obvious Moorish influence with star figures and bone inlay adorning the cabinet doors. This can make quite the heirloom.