High Point Market is the world’s biggest home furnishing fair, and here you can find all the sharks when it comes to interior design. The options you have there are huge: from Bernhardt to Made Goods; from Moore Councill to Arteriors. And of course, not forgetting the expanding luxury European design brands such as Boca do Lobo, Delightfull, Brabbu and Koket.
Style Spotters are there to make their choices upon their favorite pieces in exhibition. Here you have some of the pieces they’ve picked up as Style Trends at High Point Market 2014.
Monet Center Table – Picked by Denise McGaha
Denise McGaha had no doubt when to describe this piece: “An immersive piece that brings you the magic of Boca do Lobo’s universe with highlights on its geometric base, where all the pieces are interlinked. This is the modern interpretation of a piece in a blend of materials and colors, designed for every interior setting”, she said.
Brighton Bar Table – Picked by Gary Inman
Mariette Himes Gomez captures the glamour and lifestyle of the jazz age in the Brighton Bar Table for Hickory Chair. Perfect for a sitting room, or even in the garden on a beautiful day.
Lewis Coffee Table – Picked by Meredith Heron
The perfect coffee table for people with little people in the house. The Lewis Coffee Table by Steven Shell comes in two sizes with a matching side table. I love the shell shape to the top and the turned legs. The black finish on the table top adds a sophisticated and makes for a great backdrop for display – rounded edges are child friendly.The rustic wood finish to the base comes with ready made patina.
Keegan Chandelier – Picked by Nicole Gibbons
The Keegan Chandelier from Arteriors Home features a brass sputnik shape with a mid century glam feel. Available in a polished nickel finish also.
Cameron Cocktail Table – Picked by Jeanne Chung
The Cameron Cocktail Table from Lillian August sports a Carrara marble top with an antique gold metal base. I love that it has an almost Art Deco architectural quality to it.