Sleek and Sophisticated

High Point Market in North Carolina is a favorite of those in the interior design realm. Each spring and fall, more than 75,000 industry professionals head to this locale to view innovative trends for the home, including tens of thousands of new products. Here are a few hot concepts sure to inspire.

 

Courtesy Oomph
Courtesy Oomph

Color punch

Bold hues wake up more than safe, seasonal accessories now. Showrooms at market spotlighted signature pieces, such as sofas and chests, emblazoned in coral, turquoise, purple and more. Creative color energizes the atmosphere—it’s a trend worth trying.

 

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Courtesy Aerin

 Spheres of influence
Lighting design ran in circles at the High Point Market. Chandeliers and lamps are rounded out with flair. This design trend quickly updates a space and adds a bit of shazam to even the most traditionally decorated rooms.

 

 

Courtesy Currey & Company
Courtesy Currey & Company

Great grains

Textiles, case Goods and accents are imitating patterns that occur naturally in wood, water and rock. Malachite-inspired interior decor is the rage. Look for this interesting pattern in everything from tabletops to wine corks.

 

 

Courtesy Molecule Design
Courtesy Molecule Design

Modern geometry

Graphic patterns continue to dominate the interiors market and can be found in floor coverings, furniture, drapery and more. Modern and bold, geometric lines are a staple in design that looks like it is here to stay.

 

Caption Taylor Burke Home
Caption Taylor Burke Home

Versatile chic

Statement pieces that can transition between rooms with ease are must-haves. Sophisticated standards can mix with multiple styles and collections. Even amid the ultra-trendy items at market, these fashionable staples were standouts.

 

Karen Giffel is an interior designer servicing the Capital Region. She frequents design markets and reports the latest trends to inRegister readers. Contact Karen at [email protected].

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