Day 3 & 4: High Point Market 2017

We are back with another one! This one closes out our trip to High Point Market and looking back at all of these wonderful furniture lines has been great! It’s easy to forget what all we saw. Talk about sensory overload but in the best way possible!

Lexington is a well known furniture brand that some might think of being more traditional but they are excellent at having transitional pieces. This market especially they showed mid-century pieces that looked like they were plucked from a Mad Men set!

Caracole showroom was on trend with pastels and was the most glam style wise out of the showrooms we saw. Even though the showroom showed feminine each piece holds its own in any setting. Lots of detailing on upholstery. Their case pieces were mix of sleek lines on feminine legs with a lot of unique finishing applications.

 Universal Furniture is one of our go-to’s such a great styled brand with wonderful pricing. We loved their wide variety of designs. Everything from Paula Deen’s coastal living to their newest mid-century line. Universal introduced a new collaboration with Alexander Julian which introduced a line that’s heavily influenced by menswear with leathers, plaids, and argyles.

Gabby Home offers a wide variety of unique case pieces and accessories. They have a great charm and makes them feel like one-of-a-kind pieces. Not to mention they have fabulous lighting. Regina Andrew Design  is a go to for lighting for us. Just to add to the fun they have a wonderful collection of jewelry.

Bungalow 5 has many grass cloth textured pieces on simple clean lines. They have a lot of pieces that are Asian inspired. World’s Away has more high intensity pop of color in their designs and styling. The have a great attention to detail too.

Left Bank Art has so much to offer from landscapes, abstract, to encased geodes. They are one of our go to’s as well for finding unique art.

Currey & Company to give you an idea of their showroom there was a giant poodle walking around, everyone had a glass of champagne, and a string trio playing classical music. Lots to look at and lots to enjoy!

Modern History is a company dedicated to historically inspired case goods with a modern influence. This is by far one of our favorites. Each piece has such detail whether that be with brass hardware, shagreen, or hand carved features. We want all of it!!

 Stanley Furniture another one of our favorite’s that we use often. Stanley has a great coastal living collection and they just introduced a mid-century line for this market that takes you back in time. They have been able to mix traditional and mid-century all in one so well.

Thanks so much for reading! Watch out for post coming up on the trends we saw at market and what to expect in design for the next few years.

Coomer & C0. Team

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

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