Room Decor Ideas loves how the Style Spotters share the best pieces that you can find during High Point Market, one of the best design fairs on United States.
The Fall edition of High Point Market will last from 17th to 22th October, but you can already find the design pieces chosen by the Style Spotters. And Room Decor Ideas has that list to share with you so you can start right now looking for the best trends for your room decoration. So, check out the Style Spotters’ choices for High Point Market.
High Point Market: Style Spotters’ Choices: Maximum Impact
For Courtney Lake, the major trend of this season to be spotted on High Point Market are the upholstery design pieces. The most exquisite fabrics are the best choice to give a more curated look to a room decoration: ““Harpers Bazaar is calling this trend ‘maximum impact’ but I am seeing it translated in bold upholstery. I am seeing vendors going strong with their upholstery choices – bright colors, bold patterns and interesting detailing along the seams. This is the kind of bespoke customization that gets magazine editors, designers AND clients engaged and excited!”
High Point Market: Style Spotters’ Choices: Exotic Touches
Kati Curtis likes the new exotic touch that the new season brings to common design pieces: “I’m not really one to follow trends, as our clients are making significant investments that last many many years, but if there was one thing I’m happy about seeing it the global influence in many of the new intros. A traditional sofa upholstered in a Moroccan rug, a metal veneer on a wooden console, or a twisted leg on an end table. I love seeing these details that signify a deviation from the stark, sterile modernism that’s been the trend for so long now. It’s time to bring back the unique details that give pieces a special quality and feel.”
High Point Market: Style Spotters’ Choices: The New Feminine
Leslie Hendrix Wood is a fan of the same trend that she already spotted on the last edition of High Point Market, the new definition of feminine: “My favorite trend at High Point Market is a theme I coined from last market, ‘The New Feminine.’ This trend is rooted in tradition but modern and relevant for today. This market I think we will see a stronger presence of ‘The New Feminine.’ I expect to see more gold and feminine embellishments with semi-precious stones, mirrors and crystals. I love this trend because it brings PRETTY back. The New Feminine gives a nod to the past while embracing the future.”
High Point Market: Style Spotters’ Choices: Fashion Infused
For Michelle Wiebe, the best part of this season that you can find on High Point Market is the new connection between fashion and interior design, with the same trends for the Fall: “I’d love to see some of the current fashion trends – such as all types of faux fur, colorful plaid, exuberant details like car wash pleats, and even the Nouveau Victorian lace and ruffles – make their way into the furnishing industry. I expect richer colors, with navy, bold greens, and ruby reds prevalent. Of course, gold and brass will remain hot in lighting, hardware, and accents, with perhaps more rose gold this market?! All in all, I know it’s going to be an incredible market from the previews we’ve seen!”
High Point Market: Style Spotters’ Choices: Whimsical Touches
Arianne Bellizaire likes the way interior design found a way to bring fun into design pieces: “It’s fun to see that furniture designers are bringing a touch of playfulness and whimsy to some of their new product additions this year.”
High Point Market: Style Spotters’ Choices: Global Inspired
1. Jug by Go Home; 2. Table by Robert James; 3. Rugb by String Theory.
Beth Dotolo thinks that High Point Market brings, this season, a worlwide inspiration in the design pieces: “I’m seeing a ton of globally inspired pieces. This is very exciting since we love mixing in eclectic touches to even the most modern of projects. I can’t wait to see and touch everything next month!”
High Point Market: Style Spotters’ Choices: Metal
Patti Johnson loves the way that metals can give a fancy and glamourous look to a room design and this is the trend that she spotted on High Point Market: “I saw a lot of metal being mixed with wood, stone, and upholstery at Spring 2015 market and I love it as an accent. I look forward to seeing how brands incorporate metal into their furnishings in a fresh and exciting way this fall. I love this trend as it adds another layer to a room’s design. Adding metal to case goods introduces an element or repeats an element that is already in the design and reinforces that statement in the overall aesthetic.”
High Point Market: Style Spotters’ Choices: Nature Inspired
1. Lamp by Thumprints; 2. Print by Le Présent; 3. Bed by EQ3.
Lori Gilder loves one of the favorite trends of Room Decor Ideas: the nature inspiration. And it seems that this is one of the trends that will not be missed on High Point Market: “I’m expecting to see the continuing story of organic shapes and natural fabrics blended with woven textiles and ethnic prints. Creating peaceful and natural environments speaks to my design aesthetic where all interior elements are integrated with the exterior environment.”
High Point Market: Style Spotters’ Choices: Unexpected Materials
Jonathan Legate thinks that High Point Market brings a new trend that will create amazing room designs: “Although I wouldn’t necessarily call mixing materials and textures a new trend, I am excited to see manufacturers really embracing this idea in case goods and small accessories. Smooth, chic gold handles on rough hewn boards, semi precious stone slabs used as door fronts on a console. Taking traditional elegant forms and producing them in unexpected materials. Upholstered pieces in traditional frames with rock and roll upholstery fabrics. Shaking things up to create interest.”
This are the trends that the Style Spotters found on this edition of High Point Market that will be from October 17th to 22th! Room Decor Ideas will keep you updated with the news of one of biggest design fairs in the entire world.
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