I had an absolutely fantastic time as a Style Spotter at the spring High Point Market! Over the course of four action-packed days, my team and I discovered an endless abundance of amazing interior design finds that left us more inspired from one day to the next.
As a Style Spotter, I was tasked with tagging some of my favorite interior designs and products during my tours through the showrooms. With so many fabulous designers and vendors in attendance, narrowing down my absolute favorites was no easy task! That being said, below are the awesome products and designs I discovered that earned a Style Spotter tag from me during my time at the Market.
I can’t wait to incorporate some of these new and dynamic pieces into my clients’ homes! Do you have any favorites that catch your eye?
I loved the gorgeous architectural style of the Gatekeeper chair by Caracole! Fab from all angles – perfect for a dressing room, as well as a formal living space. Truly beautiful and versatile.
This Julian Chichester nightstand wrapped in Vellum is super dreamy!
I was SO HAPPY to find this fringy leather cocktail ottoman from Lee Industries! Perfect in any setting, but I see this going with me to Aspen for sure.
Meet the Desdamona Sideboard from Noir – sculpted facade and endless possibilities. LOVE!
Gorgeous slipper from Bernhardt Furniture. The tectonic detail on the metal frame reminds me of a pretty piece of jewelry, and it sits like you wouldn’t believe!
Have you ever seen a cuter pillow? The Meru pillow in taupe from Thurston Reed has to be it. Available in a few sizes (and as a pouch) – shown in lumbar (12″x20″). Made from silk velvet with gold foil elephants. Sigh…
Global Views created the best dressing mirror – as pretty closed, as it is open!
Joanna Gaines showcased this feminine flatweave for Loloi Rugs. The Blush rug from the Chantilly Collection is definitely on point!
How wonderful is this Mr. Brown canopy bed? I love the natural finish and texture of the frame.
Spotted: the perfect partners desk by design phenom, Celerie Kemble for Maitland-Smith. Can’t get enough of the caramel leather…and the accessories!
Mark McDowell designed his Anzu Cabinet for John-Richard. The double doors are finished to look like stone and the natural agate hardware is edged in gold leaf. The scale of this armoire is modern and multi-functional, perfect for a living room, bedroom… or any room!
This architectural cocktail table from Century furniture is just right for so many reasons. The finish, the scale, the composition… I can go on…
I can use this adorable little geometric ottoman from Hickory Chair just about anywhere.
The ideal table lamp by Kate Spade: romantic, clean lined, quiet, and pretty. All of her pieces stand on their own, and together are design magic!
Spotting style at Kelly Wearstler isn’t hard to do. With this little accent table in brass – with a turquoise and pyrite top – the beauty is in the details.
The Pierre cocktail table is both edgy and sophisticated. Shine by S.H.O. doesn’t do basic, and they never disappoint.