Get Ready For High Point Market With This Must-See Preview

Spring High Point Market makes its triumphant return June 5-9, 2021, and this year’s Style Spotters already have some must-see items. From cool and contemporary to bold and graphic, take a look at what products have caught their eye.

Sara Malek Barney:

S01 Sunday Sofa | 9 & 19
Curved arms and white oak on the same piece?! Yes please – it’s like this sofa was made for me. I’m not really a minimalist when it comes to design but this sofa has the perfect balance of feeling dreamy and fresh, while also having visual interest with its curvy elements. I’m big on ‘sit-testing’ all things upholstery, so I can’t wait to feel how cozy this gem is at Market.

Cubist Side Table | Baker Furniture
I’ve been loving abstract-shaped accent tables so this piece really caught my eye. Dark, moody spaces have been so popular amongst our clients right now, and I am very excited about this trend. I’m looking forward to seeing this table in person at Market so I can incorporate it in some of our projects!


Lauren Clement:

Parthenon Table Lamp | Jamie Young Company
Oh, how I love a beautiful lamp and cannot wait to see this stunner at Market! The combination of the pearl resin with the free form floating mica is such a gorgeous combination of materials making this lamp a true work of art. An original as no two are the same, this is a conversation piece and something that will be a forever piece to any home.

Aeolian Cabinet | John-Richard
I love a statement piece cabinet. Paired with art in a hallway or living room or even used in a smaller dining space, this piece appears to have the right recipe for style and function with its high gloss finish, mirrored top and recycled glass details, along with great storage. And I admire the size as it is not too heavy feeling, as it floats on it’s steel base. This will be a show stopper for sure.


Heather French:

Dutch Sideboard | Sarreid Ltd.
A folk-inspired detail is one of my favorite touches to add to a room. The geometric carved doors and the scalloped trim feels fanciful, but historical in a grey washed wood. A wallpaper or accent pillow with a scallop would be the perfect detail to tie it all together. I look forward to seeing this beautiful piece at Market!

Double Rainbow Bench | 9 & 19
I love to add a little whimsy to a room, and this bench is understated but unique! The shape of the arms is playful, mixed with a more traditional spindle style back, creating a beautiful marriage of old and new. An artfully modern piece to bring a special interest to an entry or hallway.


Breegan Jane:

Jaiden Three-Door Credenza | Hooker Furniture
I am currently really enjoying bold neutrals. To me, this credenza embodies that styling completely. The masterful use of texture and successive lineation is an example of how to create a bright and striking design while remaining familiar and grounded. I was smitten with the gold leg on the bottom that adds the right amount of elegance and class. This is modern approachable luxury, and I’m excited to see how these dynamics all play together with my own eyes!

Marston Wall Sconce | Generation Lighting
I believe a space is always improved when a design feels organic and complementary to its surroundings. I cannot wait to check out The Marston Wall Sconce from Generation Lighting! The fixture offers a sleek form that presents as stately without being intimidating. Its classic design allows the piece to work well in a multitude of home styles, all while effortlessly infusing the elevated touch of one of my favorite materials, brass. This burnished metal adds a richness and sheen to any space, and I can only imagine how the soft glow from the bulb will beautifully illuminate the room!


Molly Kay Johns:

Adrian Table Lamp | Flow Decor
I’m obsessed with lamps and always on the hunt for good ones. They are so important in a space. This lamp has a very earthy feel to it while still looking sophisticated. For that reason, I feel like it can be used in many different applications and styles. I love the neutral color which will also make it a very versatile piece. It’s soft and beautiful and I love the finish on it. I can’t wait to scope it out in person!

Kanton Sideboard | Dovetail
I have always loved rattan and caning. I love to mix it into designs no matter the style of the space because I feel like there is always room for a little bit of it somewhere! This sideboard goes big with it and I love it. I especially love how the design wraps around the sides of the piece which is very unique. The contrasting colors are also what make this a stand-out design. I will definitely have this high on my list of must-sees at Market!


Steve McKenzie:

Bohemia Buffet | Baker Furniture
I love a great buffet and this sexy piece would work in so many interiors. The combination of the materials, walnut, brass and mirror, creates a true sophistication. The 20th century Eastern European sensibility delivers distinct style.

Gin’s Drinks Cabinet | Julian Chichester
A must for every home: a great bar. The attention to detail on this piece with the Verre Eglomise discs in gold evokes a bygone era. I can picture cocktails in Venice in one of the grand Palais overlooking the canal. It would bring sophistication to any space.


Keia McSwain:

Doc Chair | Skylar Morgan
Furnishing that doubles as artwork is a yes for me! Clean straight lines paired with a curved seat is the perfect juxtaposition for this chair. The dark ebony wood ushers in a subtle essence of feminity and a dash of masculinity, fit for royalty. Its versatility will allow us several options for its use and I’m elated to see it in person, at Market.

Galvarino 3-Piece Coffee Table | South + English
Brass is at the top of my metal trend list in 2021. I’m avid about mixing metals with amazing natural textures and textiles. This table in its trio of pieces, exudes a feeling of completeness. This table is for sure going to be a leading role in an upcoming project. I’m looking forward to putting my hands on it at Market.


Justin Shaulis:

Harp Occasional Chair | Dovetail Furniture
The ’70s have never looked better in the luxe chair suitable for lounging and conversing. The fabric appears just as sumptuous as its shape. Eager to give it a “sit” test, preferably with a martini!

Hekman Custom Adjustable Height Desk | Hekman Furniture
There is great design across Market for stylish but ergonomic desks and this one hits the mark! It’s sophisticated and spare with skyscraper-esque telescoping legs proving you can be adjustable but still be elegant. Eager to try the mechanism myself!

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