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Day 1 & 2: High Point Market 2017

We want to thank you you all so much for watching our Instagram stories and liking our posts throughout our experience at High Point Market. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. You probably think that there is no way they have more to show! But we kept back some amazing pieces so that you could get a glimpse here. Enjoy!

We want to thank you you all so much for watching our Instagram stories and liking our posts throughout our experience at High Point Market. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. You probably think that there is no way they have more to show! But we kept back some amazing pieces so that you could get a glimpse here. Enjoy!

Our first stop on day 1 was GJ Styles. They are heavy on English old world influence with a updated flare. Lots of use with distressed leathers and worn woods accented with gold pieces with stone surfaces.

I don’t want to be biased so early on in our High Point Market experience but Century showroom took the cake! When we got there Thursday we had the showroom all to ourselves and got to see it in all it’s glory. The main showstopper was the Windsor Smith for Century collection. A little surprise in that showroom was the Jamie Beckwith Collection (who Tara interned for in college) it is a beautiful surface and flooring product, you can take a look here. Throughout Century showroom there were a lot of pastels and whites until you got to the Thomas O’Brien collection for Century and it took a more rich turn with colors and materials. Needless to say we could have moved in that day!

Hickory White known for it’s traditional and modern twist take it to another level with their upholstery. With endless fabric options they make an otherwise traditional shape more unique.

Lillan August really knows how to pack a punch with color. This was by far the most vibrant showroom we saw. Lillian has many different styles from traditional to mid century. My favorite piece are the light blue reverse painted chest with gold hardware (it might be a personal favorite because they will be mine in a week! Hello nightstands!).

Ambella Home was another showroom that played off pastel coloring (lots of pinks and teals) accented with more funky rich jewel tone patterns. Again a lot of traditional shapes with modern acrylic detailing. And GOLD GOLD GOLD! Ambella Home showed a sophistication with playfulness that was great to see.

Precedent had  clean lines with a wide variety of fabrics that can really dictate what style you favor. They are a excellent upholstery brand that offer many unique shapes.

Jonathan Charles Fine Furniture was a showroom we hadn’t expected. The showroom was multiple floors and consistently got better the further you were in. They were like no other especially on interior details with amazing wood craftsmanship. Not to mention the large amount of lighting from lamps to hanging fixtures. Great experience all around!

Fine Furniture and Visual Comfort. By this point in the day we were so exhausted and excited about meeting Kelly Wearstler and Thomas O’Brien we totally failed at getting pictures from these wonderful places! But here are just a few.

Thanks for reading! Day 3 & 4 will be up on the blog soon!

Coomer & Co. Team

*All brands available at Bowling Green Home Furnishings in Bowling Green, KY.

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