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Four High Point Market Trends

Straight from the source-these four top interior design trends were everywhere at this Spring’s High Point Furniture Market.


Fur textures were still on display however macrame emerged as the hottest new look.  It makes sense that this fringed trend found a second wind in this era of handmade globalism.

Selamat Designs


This colorful, crystallized rock is in big demand appearing in a range of home design products.  With it’s gemstone quality, agate items add a touch of glamour and luxury.

Bradburn Home


Even images of agate made an appearance






Wendover Art Group


Another retro design trend, Lucite acrylic, is enjoying resurgence in home furnishings and for good reason.  This chic plastic material is real furniture workhorse and translucent pieces don’t take up visual space in a room.

Interlude Home

Notice the subtle acrylic legs on the Swaim sofa



The severe industrial look from years past has been replaced with a welcoming curvilinear vibe. The shapes are undeniably inviting and studies have shown that curvy furniture evokes feelings of relaxation.


Mr. H says: The best way to change your future is design it-Enjoy!

Top Three Spring 2016 High Point Market Trends

The Spring 2016 High Point market featured the best new products and ideas for the home.  These are three of the biggest trends spotted at this season’s furniture market.

The Color Blue

So many of the showrooms were awash in shades of blue.  Indigo, cobalt and cerulean made appearances in fabrics, lighting and accessories.

The very blue Duralee showroom

Duralee High Point Showroom

Capel Rugs “Flash” rug in indigo

Capel Rugs "Flash" Indigo

Taylor Burke Home navy pendant light

Taylor Burke Home Navy Pendant

Lacquer Furniture

Straddling the line between traditional and modern, lacquer furniture adds instant glamour to any decor.

Worlds Away orange lacquer desk

Worlds Away orange lacquer desk

Moes Home Collection black lacquer cabinet

Moes Home Collection black lacquer cabinet

John Richard red lacquer cabinet

John Richard red lacquer cabinet


Both faux and real was the biggest trend at this Spring’s market.   Providing deep texture, fur is playful yet sophisticated.

Moe’s Home Collection fur pillows

Moe's Home Collection fur pillows

Fur backed chairs chairs from Currey and Company

Currey and Company fur backed chairs

Interlude Hone featured luxe acrylic and fur benches

Interlude acrylic and fur stools

Not sure whether to sit or pet this luxurious Glassimo fur and glass chair

Glassimo fur and glass chair

High Point Furniture Market can be tiring to even the most seasoned visitor!

High Point Furniture Market dog

Mr. H says:  The best trends are the ones that make you look and feel great-Enjoy!

Friday Five: High Point Market Trends

Check out these five trends from the Fall 2013 High Point Market

1. Gray-THE neutral

I’ve said it before-Gray is glamorous yet solid and stable, creating a sense of calm and composure.

Gray Swaim Furniture

2. Mid-Century Modern

A trend I appreciate living in a 1954 house, this style characterized by clean simplicity and integration with nature, is at the height of a resurgence.

Copeland Bedroom Furniture

3. Gold Metallic

Embrace the 1980’s with this warm shiny finish

Currey and Company Rollick Table Lamp
Currey & Co.

4. Washed Wood

White washed woods, also known as cerusing, highlights the grain of such woods as teak and oak

Brownstone Furniture Cerused Teak

5. Treasures of the Earth

Natural elements such as coral, shells and quartz have an organic feel that connects us to the Earth.

Palecek tube coral vase

Mr. H says: Trends, like horses, are easier to ride in the direction they are going-Enjoy!