High Point Market ( October 17-22) will present thousands of interior decoration ideas and design lovers. Featuring an extensive selection of exhibitors spanning every category, style, and price point, and attracting tens of thousands of visitors from more than 100 countries, the High Point Market is the driving force of the home furnishings industry.
We’ll show you the best exhibitors you can find there! See it bellow!
Christopher Guy Showroom: 418 S. Wrenn St. – Swaim Design Center, Floor 1
Global luxury furnishings brand Christopher Guy is at the High Point Market | The World’s Home for Home Furnishings 2015, introducing fabulous new items, unique pieces featuring CG’s elegant and sophisticated look, masterfully executed.
Century Furniture Showroom: 500, 417 – Market Square, Floor 5
Century Furniture has strived to be the best furniture company in the world, providing finely crafted luxury furniture with impeccable design and quality and legendary service to customers.
DeMorais International, a trade-focused firm, was established to share a highly curated collection of distinguished and unique pieces within the design community. We are a conglomerate encompassing several luxury, European brands which strive to exceed your expectations. Through the Bespoke platform, you are given an opportunity to implement your creative ideas and designedly influence your product’s result.
Michael Aram, an award winning New York based artist who is known globally for his fine metal work, sculpture and functional art, is debuting at North Carolina’s High Point Market for the first time in over a decade. The designer will debut new, statement-making pieces from his spring 2015 collections. Aram is no stranger to furniture and lighting on a large scale, but this launch marks the first time he has offered these categories at the furniture-focused High Point Market.
“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.”
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.
Their consistent selection of furnishings employing a variety of natural materials. “These materials are manipulated and the results are unlike other products found in the market.”
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.”
“Hand-blown glass lighting and accessories come in a variety of vibrant colors and are always conversation starters because of their bright, saturated hues.”