High Point Market introductions
The patchiness of the market’s attendance highlighted that what the big box buyers want and what the new class of interior designers want is diverging in a major way, forcing some brands to pick a lane
The Met is taking over High Point Market, unveiling debut collections with Eichholtz and Scalamandre, along with expanding its collaborations with key home décor brands like Abner Henry (furniture), Ann Gish (bedding), Caspari (entertaining), Exquisite Rugs (carpets), and Wendover Art Group (wall art). Scroll on to explore their new offerings and delve into how The Met carefully selects its licensing partners.
In an exclusive interview with Kenneth Cobonpue, the visionary behind KENNETH COBONPUE, we delve into the intricacies of his design philosophy and the brand’s approach to sustainability, global appeal, and collaboration.
In the most recent episode of “The Designer Within” podcast, host John McClain welcomed Courtney Porter, editor in chief of “Decor News Now” and a distinguished figure in the design industry. This detailed and engaging episode delved into various facets of the design world, with a special focus on how to navigate High Point Furniture Market this week.
The newly designed showroom will debut and highlight 250+ new pieces across seven captivating collections. Also, on Saturday at 2:00 p.m., Oliver Gal will host an educational event at The Point on Commerce Avenue, one block from the Transportation Terminal in High Point. Oliver Gal’s Chief Creative Director and Co-Founder, Lola Sanchez, with editor-in-chief and design consultant Courtney Porter, will lead an open discussion and informational entitled “In Style and On the Money – Start with Art.”
Unique Loom is announcing its new luxury rug collection with Celebrity TV personality & Product Designer Jill Zarin, during an exclusive launch event planned for Fall High Point Market.Adeleh Nassri, Business Development at Unique Loom commented, “We love working with Jill and can’t wait to debut her newest rug collection inspired by her luxurious lifestyle and love of the Hamptons.
Celebrating a partnership that started over six years ago, the Cheryl Luckett for Revolution
Performance Fabrics Collection marks a first for both brands, introducing twelve patterns in over
sixty color options
This new collection of pillows was inspired from the Bavarian painter Barbara Regina Dietzsch. Reimagining colors and hues into a jewel saturated tone, we rendered these finches into a larger than life form on our silky satin fabric and created pillows that accent any space indoors and out. Covers are all removable, machine washable, and fade resistant.
This October at the Fall High Point International Furniture Market Sarreid Ltd will debut an additional showroom space located in IHFC Interhall 404. This expansion represents the company’s effort to widen their reach at market.