High Point Market just ended and it came with all that we were looking for. Twice a year this event is well known for the exposure of fantastic furniture and for being trend setter.
Designers and retailers for around the world travel to North Carolina to reveal what they have best.
Architectural Digest Magazine is a reference in architecture and design and today I will share with you their editors favorite’s catches in High Point Market. Take a look to the images below.
Larry Laslo’s New collection for Chaddock
Sophisticated and Stylish in this vignette of luxurious cream and gold.
Calvin Klein’s Minimalist Showroom
Adds a bit of warmth to the Donald Judd–inspired furnishings.
Heritage Home Group
A furniture factory built in 1902 that has been reinvented. A furniture factory built in 1902 that has been reinvented Architectural Digest choice goes to Suzanne Kasler’s ticking stripe on slipper chairs, sofas, and bedding.
Converting English charm to an extravagant high tea, showing off new furniture designs for Harrods’ café.
Mr. Brown Furnishings
A punchy color scheme are a perfect pick-me-up.
Known for its art prints, set up a work table in its booth, inviting visitors to channel their inner artist with watercolors, charcoal, pastels, and silk-screening.
The Antique & Design Center
On the mezzanine of Market Square inspires an unplanned shopping break, offering from vintage Chanel baubles to antique French textiles.
Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams
Architectural Digest editors mention they had a blast perching in the new Bastille chair, with its sexy ’70s vibe.
Combine a serene neutral color scheme with dashes of brass.
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