The recent severe winter weather throughout the USA may limit activity at the spring High Point Market, which officially opened on Saturday.
The semiannual trade show, which is not open to the public, tends to attract between 70,000 and 80,000 participants. Rough numbers to the show who’s regist the biggest attendance in the US, in terms of design shows.
Several of the industry’s publicly traded companies reported lower sales in recent quarters, in part because of the snow and ice storms that discouraged consumers from shopping. Nonetheless Spring has come to the Southern States, and High Poin is now a city blessed with great design and greater weather.
Looking for brands to see during these last days of the Market? Look no further, New York Design Agenda has the answer for the must see booths in High Point.
For over 100 years, Baker has been the benchmark for excellence in design, materials, crafsmanship and finish. Product assortment spans from historic reproductions dating back to the 17th century to modern designs from today’s most celebrated independent designers.
Baker showroom in High Point is the biggest inspiration for all American furniture lovers. Greatly design, perfectly produced.
319 N Hamilton St
High Point, NC, United States
Boca do Lobo (www.bocadolobo.com)
The Portuguese brands are getting into the Market, and the very sophisticated furniture producer is exhibiting with a lot of confidence there. Classic and decorative showcases, as well as super exclusive mirrors are their best pieces in High Point. A world of exclusive design pieces.
Always mother, rather vintage but always fantastic. Delightfull lamps are a MUST in the US, with a lot of hotels being closed with Unique Lamps, and they show in High Point their best models for floor and wall lamps.
BRABBU has it all: Design Forces and a unique portfolio that really fits a great market like High Point and its buyers. They definitively have what it takes, and I am IN LOVE with the amazing upholstery selection in High Point, as well as the new dive into the lighting world.
Mark my words: the US will be BRABBU’s playground.
Chic and trendier than ever, Janet Morais’ brand, a super sophisticated American Interior Designer, performs in High Point a style spotted chandelier called Gia, and a lot of fantastic consoles.
Exhibiting in partnership, the four brands coupled in just one showroom: Suites at Market Square, G-7034.
Each one of this exquisite and unique design brands from Europe can make the difference for on their own, but when coming together into the same place you cannot just be indifferent.
Twitter and Pinterest said this is the most beautifull booth in High Point Market. Marvellous team work, congrats!
LeBlanc Design is my guilty pleasure. It’s is a boutique interior design firm that works with discriminating clients in the Greater Boston area. Founded in 2005 by owner, Tiffany LeBlanc, the firm specializes in transitional design, with an emphasis on durable, beautiful furnishings and finishes, with a warm, comfortable aesthetic. Love the combination of natural stones and durable materials.