High Point Market October 2019 Design Trends

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By Joann Kandrac and Kelly Kole and Kole Interior Design. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

1. INTRO We weren’t able to make it to the October High Point Furniture Market show because we had just returned from our adventures at the Roundtop Antiques Fair and had to get down to business. Good thing we have lots of talented and knowledgeable designer buddies who would fill us in on the latest and greatest trends. We asked them to call in and give us their top finds so that we could share them with you.

2. BACKGROUND ON HIGH POINT MARKET You probably all know this but in case you are new to the design world, here’s the scoop of what the High Point Furniture Market is. The High Point Market held in High Point, North Carolina, is the largest home furnishings industry trade show in the world, with over 10 million square feet and roughly 2000 exhibitors throughout about 180 buildings. It is put on semi-annually and it’s a must destination to be “in the know”.

3. DESIGNERS A. Lisa Peck, Lilu Interiors, Minneapolis, MN - www.liluinteriors.com i. Color lovers ii. Organic in modern forms iii. Seventies influence

B. Michele Plachter, Michele Plachter Design, Philadelphia, PA - https://micheleplachter.com i. Curves ii. Color iii. Competitive Pricing

C. Leslie Carothers – the Kaleidoscope Project and Savour Partnership, Houston, TX i. Pop and Slogan Art ii. Color iii. Curves iv. Textures – nubbly

D. Patti Johnson – Patti Johnson Interiors, Lebanon, OH - https://pattijohnsoninteriors.com i. Moving away from grey – lighter and fresher ii. Use of white upholstery iii. Use of blue – away from navy and towards royal, teal and baby blue iv. Return of glam – away from industrial and rustic and more high end looks v. Marriage of stone with case goods – natural and man-made being mixed

E. Ginger Hartford, Eurdesign Studio , Dallas - www.eurdesignstudio.com i. Artful living ii. Wall Art trends - modern, nature and fresh iii. Form Design

F. Deborah von Donop – DVD Interior Design, Greenwich, CT - https://www.dvdinteriordesign.com i. Color and washed whites ii. Light and calming pinks iii. Nature inspired

G. Kara Cox – Kara Cox Interiors, Charlotte, NC - https://www.karacoxinteriors.com i. Gesso finish – chalky white ii. Deep blush like merlot iii. Furniture as art – curved backs, open arms, multiple materials

H. Cynthia Porche – Cynthia Porche Interiors, Atlanta, GA - http://cynthiaporcheinteriors.com i. Curated elements in design – color pops in velvet and linen ii.Mixing modern with organic – metals with wovens iii. Soft nod to traditional in a transitional way

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