Design News: The best of fall inspiration at HPMKT
High Point Market is one of largest trade shows in furnishings industry and is just about to happen. From 17th to 22nd of October we will be given the opportunity to see products being launched and trends being set, not to mention all the Fall decorating ideas and Fall decorating trends for 2015.
We will see the fierce of design pieces inspired by nature and world cultures. Novelties will be presented to the world of interiors and we’ll see furniture pieces that reflect the rawness of nature, from modern to vintage ambiances.
Currey & Co. is a longtime designer favorite for bringing flavor to interiors and designer Jason Oliver Nixon of MadCap Cottage is definitely a fan. “I hightail it to Currey for their incredible lighting, paired with exceptional case goods, furnishings and rugs.”
Suites at Market Square
Although he swears by select vendors, Nixon also lets serendipity play a role. “I fill in the blanks with the delightful array of finds conjured up by the up-and-comers who fill the Suites at Market Square.”
Boca do Lobo
Boca do Lobo‘s furniture is an exclusive emotional experience, a sense of belonging and a state of mind. “Our vision is to understand the past and interpret it through technology and contemporary design. We use this knowledge to transfer our entire artisan’s wisdom into our design.”
Horton likes Theodore Alexander for upholstery. “They are able to customize pieces, not only for size, but with different arms, backs, legs and seat cushions. This is important for fitting a special client’s stature.”
John Strauss Furniture Design
“John Strauss Furniture Design is another company I’ve explored over the last few years, and I’m collaborating with them on some custom pieces for a new-build project,” says Horton. “We currently have an eleven foot dining table in the works. It’s going to be a masterpiece!”
Brabbu is a design brand that reflects an intense way of living, bringing fierceness, strength and power into an urban lifestyle. “We design and produce a diverse range of furniture, casegoods, upholstery, lighting, rugs, art and accessories that tells stories from the nature and the world.”
214 Modern Vintage
Horton includes 214 Modern Vintage in her showroom mix, as a great side trip to make while attending Market. “A retro, vibrant mix awaits!”
Serge de Troyer and B. Pila
Chung searches out several upscale furnishings sources. “Serge de Troyer and B. Pila are both a higher-end price point, but they both offer unique product that sets them apart from your average manufacturer.”
Delightfull is a mid-century modern lighting brand – everything is designed and handcrafted in Porto, Portugal. “DelightFULL’s vision is focused in the best combination of high quality design and high quality handwork. With these unique pieces we fulfill spaces not only with illumination but with a strong presence through a design piece.
Chung looks to Wesley Hall for custom upholstery. “I can customize each piece of furniture for my clients by designing a custom nailhead pattern or adding a unique accent. I can tailor the design to the client’s color palette and design aesthetic.”
“SkLO Studio is a manufacturer I always turn to for that finishing touch,” says Chung. “Their hand-blown glass lighting and accessories come in a variety of vibrant colors and are always conversation starters because of their bright, saturated hues.”
Made Goods and Phillips Collection
Made Goods and Phillips Collection are on Chung’s list for their consistent selection of furnishings employing a variety of natural materials such as agate, shell, jute and wood mixed with resin. “These materials are manipulated and the results are unlike other products found in the market.”
Koket brings empowering style to a highly edited collection of furniture & soft goods while exuding a feeling of entitlement, exclusivity and prestige. “Our innate desire to seduce and entice Koket devotees is perfectly illustrated in the collections, Guilty Pleasures & Exotic Opulence, composed of uncompromisingly unique statement pieces & luscious soft goods.”
Fall decoration is always perfect with a soft color scheme, so don’t forget the white, browns and beige. You can also bring in some warmth by adding some reds and oranges in your upholstery! Cooler fall days are the perfect time to refresh your home with new colors. These trends are definitely going to appear in the High Point Market tradeshow!
A soft, neutral color palette is perfect for a refreshing and fall-inspired homedecor.
High Point Market gives the latest innovations in finest home furniture brands and designers, gathering the biggest stakeholders in interior design related industries. The tradeshow, held in High Point, North Carolina, will definitely let us know what is going to be hot in interior design in the Fall season.
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