High Point Market: Style Spotters and All You Need to Know!
The High Point Market is one of the largest furnishings industry trade shows in the world. This means that twice a year it brings more than 75 000 people to High Point, North Carolina. This year’s first edition is about to start, and we’re here to tell you all about this year’s style spotters and all you can expect!
The High Point Market will be starting on the 22nd of April to go on until the 26th, so make sure to pass by! Here are some of the amazing things happening that you cannot miss…
Getting ready to ‘spot’ the latest trends, High Point Market’s Style Spotters reviewed hundreds of new products set to launch at Spring Market. And here are some of their favorites pieces for the season…
CLOTH & KIND, Tami Ramsay and Krista Nye Nicholas
‘Going for Gold‘
The designers believe “lean lines in design cast an elegant silhouette and the subsequent negative space around such designs creates an atmospheric experience.” They assume to be drawn “to the refined details of shape, form, substance, texture”, which are very present in their picks for the season.
Michelle Jennings Wiebe, Studio M, Inc., Style Spotter Emeritus
‘Glam Meets Geometric‘
Michelle Wiebe loves designs that are “both luxurious and aesthetically interesting“, with “glamorous finishes and details such as fringe and geometric patterns, mixed with multi-purpose functionality are the perfect combination when it comes to interior design.”
Ishka Designs, Anishka Clarke and Niya Bascom
Both designers are drawn to unexpected material compositions. For that reason, their choices celebrate craftsmanship, materiality and simplicity.
Parker Kennedy Living, Lance Jackson and David Ecton
Jackson and Eton “saw a theme or trend of soft classic lines in neutral tones that are subtle but bold at the same time.” Texture was also a big key component in the designs the designers ended up chosing. The colors are more neutral with warm gray overtones.
Woodson & Rummerfield’s House of Design, Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield
‘Organic and Refined‘
Natural forms, handcrafted from exquisite materials into artful furnishings, can make elegant, whimsical, or thoroughly brilliant statements that define style in unique and unexpected ways.