We’re finally recovering from our whirlwind trip to High Point Market last month! High Point Market is a semi-annual home furnishings trade show that takes place in High Point, North Carolina. The event was first held in 1909, making it one of the oldest and largest trade shows in the world. The initial purpose of the show was to showcase the latest trends and products in the furniture industry, and it quickly became a must-attend event for manufacturers, designers, and retailers. Over the years, High Point Market has grown in size and scope, with exhibitors from all over the world showcasing their latest products and designs. The event is now attended by over 75,000 people from around the globe, making it one of the most important and influential events in the home furnishings industry.
High Point Market has played a crucial role in the growth and development of the furniture industry in the United States. The show has been the launching pad for many successful furniture lines and has helped to establish High Point, North Carolina as the furniture capital of the United States. High Point Market has also been instrumental in fostering new relationships between manufacturers, designers, and retailers, helping to drive innovation and creativity in the industry. As the show continues to evolve and grow, it remains a vital component of the home furnishings industry.
With only three days and over 2,000 exhibitors to see, we left our heels at home and hit the ground running. It was a great opportunity to check out new products from our go-to furniture manufacturers and to discover some interesting new lines. Take a look at our favorite finds below!
We loved the styling at Julian Chichester – so many fun, modern pieces and fabulous light fixtures.
Kara Mann’s new furniture collection for Milling Road was a show stopper! It was so refreshing to see some modern pieces with a little edge.
So much eye candy in the E.J. Victor showroom, which included Kelly Wearstler and Kate Spade’s new line. We especially love Kelly’s graphic wallpaper and Racetrack mirror.
The Jonathan lounge in mustard velvet and gold leaf mixes beautifully with Oly’s ethereal lighting and tailored upholstery.
Bolier’s transitional casegoods are beautiful in person with excellent attention to detail and craftsmanship. Did we miss something? Share your favorites from HPMKT in the comments!