Looking to freshen up your space? The High Point Market, the world’s largest home furnishings trade show, recently showcased some exciting looks at this year’s event, and we’re super excited to share some of the top trends we spotted during our trip to North Carolina.
1. Mohair Everywhere
Mohair upholstery was everywhere at the market this year. This super soft, luxurious take on velvet feels incredible to the touch, and when featured in more saturated colors as we saw, it’s a great choice.
2. Asymmetry & Angular Shapes
Uniquely shaped desks and tables as well as other types of furniture with uneven sides were featured throughout the market. These modern pieces add an edgy look to any design.
3. A Warmer Color Palette
Colors like rust, sage green, deep purples and browns dominated at this year’s market for an overall warmer color palette. These colors work great for upholstery options and art pieces.
4. Micro Hardware
We couldn’t help but notice a shift to small, minimal knobs on dressers, chests and other furniture pieces on display at the trade show this year. This minimalist hardware gives furniture a sleek and modern look.
5. Trending to Timeless: Still Going Strong
Boucle, burlwood, travertine, scallops, rattan and mixed materials have been popular for a while, and they are still at the top of the trend list in the interior design world. The proof is, as they say, in the pudding: These trends have stood the test of time, and they continue to be a great option if you’re looking for an updated look without the fear of investing something with fleeting popularity.
Now it’s time to bring these looks into your space.
High Point Market showcased trends this year that cater to a wide range of styles, which we always love to see. Whether you’re looking to add a modern touch or a warm and cozy feel to your home, these trends offer something for everyone. Go ahead and bring some of these looks into your favorite space to create a style that reflects your unique and impeccable taste and personality.
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