Featuring Dimond, Kim Salmela Atelier, Surya, Classic Home, The Van Cleve Collection, Propac, The Rug Market America, Global Views, HGTV Home and KAS.
Top trends from the October 2013 High Point Market include fun fur, menswear looks, tribal motifs, 1920s glamour and bamboo-inspired designs.
Elements found in nature and art come together to push High Point in a contemporary direction.
Featuring Gus Design Group, Paragon, Wildwood, Control Brand, Majestic Mirror & Frame, Jessica Charles, Lite Source, Eastern Accents, Shaw Living and Roguewood Furniture.
Featuring products from: Feizy, AMS Imports, Furniture Classics, Gail's Accents, Art Max, Bassett Mirror Co., Bramble, CR Laine, Chelsea House and D&W Silks
With a nod to The Great Gatsby, the Roaring '20s are decadently in vogue with an extraordinary mélange of luxury, exuberance and modernity. Favoring bold colorways and precious finishes, this richly enchanting style captivates by virtue of geometric forms, sunburst motifs and African elements for sublime design.
A profusion of bold color and pattern gives rise to the breezy yet undeniably chic aesthetic of Palm Beach. Infused with a vintage '70s vibe, the overall feeling is gracious, eclectic and effervescent with freshly reworked retro designs, touches of bamboo and cane, and lively flora and fauna creating an aura of downplayed luxury.
Escape to the idyllic islands of Indonesia where the past and present commingle, blending traditional craftsmanship and time-honored techniques with a thoroughly modern, mesmerizing aesthetic. Local handicrafts like exquisite batiks, ikats and wood carving underscore indigenous botanicals and artifacts, transformed with a clean Asian vibe that's blissfully exotic by nature.
Sublime sconces unveil enlightened design.
While marble has been used for statues and architecture since the era of ancient Greece, the latest looks for the home revive the naturally variegated markings of marble in elegantly modern fashion. Although classical and timeless at once, marbleized looks emerge at the forefront of design with a striking organic aesthetic that's perfectly suited for current-day domiciles.
What's new and divine in design
Birds, blooms and other assorted species usher the outside in with a wondrous sense of enchantment. Whether brought to life in a realistic or fantasy-laden vein, the latest art selections celebrate the beauty of the natural world.
Deep, rich finishes reveal the luminous patina of time, with antiqued gold and brass dominating the latest crop of mirrors. Elegantly detailed frames merge form with function as these stunning statement pieces fall back on a tried-and-true classic.
Abstract designs reveal underlying meanings through the emboldened use of color and texture, often inspired by landscapes or water. Geometric-based compositions also maintain a strong presence this season, marked by blurred brush strokes and paint-drip effects.