Tag: High Point Market

a first look at high point’s 2017 fall market

a first look at high point's 2017 fall market | @meccinteriors | design bites

Tis almost that time of year again…Fall Market at High Point for all things furniture, lighting, and home fashions, which runs October 14-18. The High Point Style Spotter teams and guests identified six key looks they expect will dominate the show. The guests were less about a particular look than key pieces. I’m partial to the more retro …

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tuesday trending: your spring 2017 high point market style guide

tuesday trending: your spring 2017 high point market style guide | @meccinteriors | design bites

High Point’s 2017 Spring Market is still months away — April 22-26 — but trends observed in the Fall are making their way into the retail environment. The Style Spotters have curated several trend directions and we share our favourites from the bunch, observed last year right on point for Winter and Spring 2017. Circle …

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5 fabulous furniture finds: sideboards

5 fabulous furniture finds: sideboards | @meccinteriors | design bites

The Spring 2016 High Point Market wrapped up on April 20. As always, top manufacturers exhibited some gorgeous new additions to their furniture line-ups. Here are five of our favourite new sideboards or buffets. Stay tuned for some of the key trends coming out of High Point next week.

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tuesday trending: spring 2016 market preview

tuesday trending: spring 2016 market preview | @meccinteriors | design bites

Leading up to the Spring 2016 High Point Market, five design experts from Decor Mentor selected from nearly 450 new products set to debut at Spring Market to create a style board representing a key look to look for in the new season. Statement Neutrals curated by Beth Dotolo & Carolina Gentry, pulpdesignstudios.com 1. Bernhardt Furniture …

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tuesday trending: early furniture finds from fall hpmkt

tuesday trending: early furniture finds from fall hpmkt | @meccinteriors | design bites

There are some gorgeous new pieces being shown at High Point Market this Fall. We've yet to review and compile some of the larger trends, but some of the early notables are shown below.

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tuesday trending: all that glitters is gold

tuesday trending: all that glitters is gold | @meccinteriors | design bites

Dulux has announced their 2016 Colour of the Year: Cherished Gold. So it seems appropriate to look both at their colour of choice while also appreciating some of the great golden accents that are popping up at recent design shows and in their previews, such as London Design Festival (#LDF15) and High Point Market (#hpmkt2015).

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fall 2015 high point market preview

fall 2015 high point market preview | @meccinteriors | design bites

For those of you who remain unfamiliar with High Point Market, it's the equivalent of fashion week, showcasing new products and trends coming to interior design, furniture, lighting, textiles, area rugs, and accessories. Though Market is still a ways off -- October 17 to 22, 2015 -- here are some top preview picks.

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tuesday trending: interstellar

tuesday trending: interstellar | @meccinteriors | design bites

There were many gorgeous finds and styles spotted at High Point Market Spring 2015. One which was nice to see is what we're calling Interstellar.

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tuesday trending: channel tufting

tuesday trending: spring style spotting at high point market | @meccinteriors | design bites

Spring 2015 Market is underway in NC and there are some absolutely stunning pieces on display. One trend we see thus far: channel tufting, which adds a new dimension and elegance to even the simplest designs.

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tuesday trending: highpoint spring 2015 market preview

tuesday trending: highpoint spring 2015 market preview | @meccinteriors | design bites

Spring means "fashion week" for autumn/winter trends; for the design and furniture world, that means High Point. On a macro level, the pre-market trends are indicating "equal parts amazement, mystery and reverence," "mixed and merged" detail and pattern to move home furnishings design forward, and the desire for "customization, immediacy, function, and luxury."

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