Hate to say we told you so but back on September 19th DESIGNWORKSSTYLE.COM spoke about Berry Bliss as a current trend in the market. That was from Nancy’s trip to Europe. We now have these photos from High Point to back up our blog post… Trending are berry tones in woven geometrics, prints and patterns as well as stripes and updated chevrons. These beautiful pics were taken at The Bassett Showroom IHFC, 12th floor and are the perfect mix of berry color combinations.
Monthly Archives: October 2014
Out and About Town with Mr. Brown High Point Furniture Market
Another post from High Point Furniture Market, but this is “Out and About Town with Mr. Brown High Point Furniture Market”
For those of you attending the High Point Furniture Market… it pays to venture into the town of High Point and head to Mr. Brown on 114-116 East Kivett Street (corner of Wrenn) and check out their “hidden treasures” of upholstery and case goods with interesting prints and woven designs. Mr Brown is a duplex store with many interesting products for the home and is not shy of color and personality with a focus on updated classics.
High Point Furniture Market – Legacy Home
Nancy here, as promised still sharing from The High Point Furniture Market!!
Market might be over but the excitement is not…. Have to share “Legacy Home” because I was so impressed with their style, sense of color and fabric choices…a well merchandised and styled line of bedding, pillows, drapery and headboards. See for yourself as you view the following fab prints, patterns and weaves! Legacy Home Collections are available through-the-trade and their website is legacylinens.com
High Point Market – “Dovetail”
One Company… so many different personalities… A fantastic mix of quilted leather, mixed fabric tufting details and updated classics with old world charm!
I love seeing so many variations on chairs this market in many fabrics and shapes.
Designers were more daring in mixing styles this market especially within each chair silhouette combining raw finishes with elegant fabrics.
High Point Market – HGTV HOME
After spending the past week at the High Point Furniture Market -The World’s Showcase for Home Furnishings with more than 2,000 furniture, home decor and accessories exhibitors with over 75,000 attendees from 100+ countries, my focus this week on designworkstyle.com will be dedicated to sharing these great styles and sensibilities with you!
Funny how I never feel overwhelmed shopping at The High Point Furniture Market…so many different styles and sensibilities to see.
So much talent in one location focusing on the most innovative new products, very unique merchandising concepts and updated trends that keep this wonderful industry exciting.
Speaking of exciting…..At HGTV HOME “Fresh Modern” is the newest style with “The City Center Collection”, an updated take on classic design. Mixing textured fabrics, woven geometrics and melange twists, “City Center” creates a new and inspiring lifestyle through updated furniture pieces that are current on trend and classic in theme.
Updates from High Point Furniture Market
Our Founder, Nancy Fire of Design Works International and HGTV HOME Design Director, spent this past week at The HIGH POINT FURNITURE MARKET in North Carolina reporting on the most amazing Home Trends in the industry. If you are home furnishings fanatics like us, watch out next week for posts on all the amazing chairs, fabrics, sofas, accessories…
The countryside in South Wales oozes an amazing rustic charm. All the textures that come together to give the landscape and structures such a great feel. Such wonderful inspiration from a beautiful country.
Fusion Friday – Cork
Cork is quite possibly one of the better materials for any type of creating; fashion and home included. Oak trees that grow in the western Mediterranean form thick, rugged and corky bark. Over time, this park can develop a considerable thickness and can be harvested every 10-12 years as cork. The harvesting of the cork does not harm the tree, and the a new layer of cork regrows, making it a renewable resource.