HIGH POINT MARKET 2017 FALL TRENDS

 

This past month, the “furniture capital of the world,” High Point, NC, hosted the home furnishings industry’s largest annual trade show. For interior designers and furnishing companies, High Point Market represents an opportunity to showcase fresh styling, introduce new products and stay abreast on the latest technology and design within the industry.
As you can imagine, there is a lot going on within the 11.5 million square feet of exhibition space! Today on the blog, I’ve highlighted our top 4 favorite trends. Read on to learn about #HPMKT!

 

1- Luxe Naturals

 

This trend is inspired by nature- but the materials have been reinterpreted with a luxurious feel. I adore this trend as it seeks to combine the natural environment with our interior spaces. And, it is an artful re-imagining of raw materials.

 

We love these gorgeous bronze toned leaves on this black backdrop. What a stunning art display that would be on a large wall or staircase!

 

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Bronze cast leaves above teak root console, Phillips Collection

Photo by Jessica Salomone

 

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Metallic Cork Wallpaper, Global Views

Photo by Jessica Salomone

 

2-  Nesting Tables

 

Nesting cocktail and accent tables add a layered effect to a space. We spotted this trend in many showrooms and in many styles- from mid-century to glam!

 

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Quatrefoil marble top nesting accent tables, Maggie Cruz Home

Photo by Caitlyn Verberg

 

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Nesting smoke Oak cocktail tables, Arteriors

Photo by Jessica Salomone

 

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Faux shagreen and brass nesting cocktail tables, Four Hands

Photo by Caitlyn Verberg

 

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Sculptural marble accent tables, Noir

Photo By Jessica Salomone

 

3- Curves

 

Feminine curves were prevalent on soft furnishings and casegoods! We were falling head over heels for curved back sofas with interesting channel tufting and curved front tables.

 

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Curved Sofa, Arteriors

Photo by Jessica Salomone

 

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Curved front cabinet, Studio A

Photo by Jessica Salomone

 

4- Woven Materials

 

Woven materials have been an essential part of furniture design since ancient history. We are loving the re-invigoration and unique spin on rattan, rope and sisal that has emerged recently.

 

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Woven sofa, Selamat

Photo by Caitlyn Verberg

 

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Rattan chair, Maggie Cruz Home

Photo by Caitlyn Verberg

 

What do you think about these trends? Would you be willing to try some out in the upcoming year?

 

Happy Designing!

 

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