Showcasing the latest and greatest in design, the High Point Market is the prime arbiter of home decor trends for interior designers and the furniture industry. Here is our take for what you will see in the coming months...
A variety of brands introduced new customization programs to their lines.
Color reigns as a continuing lively element in trending design.
The tropical motif has made its way back into design consciousness in a delightfully refreshing way.
It's no longer your grandmother's game - wallcoverings are making inroads with colorful, unique choices and applications.
S. Harris' first textile wall covering collection features luxurious solids, large-scale prints and textural wovens.
Trend's Wovens by Color - Vol. III is an eclectic collection of decorative upholstery fabrics merchandised into four refined and popular color palette.
S. Harris has collaborated with Pulp Design Studios on a licensed textile collection designed around Pulp's passion for travel and iconic destinations around the globe.
Jeffrey Alan Marks picks up where he left off with his soothing second collection named Oceanview for Kravet.
Taking a deeper dive into his coastal chic aesthetic, Oceanview features relaxed fabric with decorative trimmings, made to work seamlessly together in an upscale retreat.
Inspired by serene ocean waves, the collection offers powder blue and subdued chalk white as a classic pairing, while also incorporating linen and grey neutrals with pops of citrine, indigo, and teal. Marks says a major color inspiration for him was imagining the sea under the shining moonlight.
Named after lustrous Indian painted fabric panels, Palampore combines exotic Indienne-inspired and indigenous designs in two coordinating collections of fabrics and wallcoverings. The love affair with these decorated cloths became a European sensation in the 17th century as the vivid dying techniques were highly sought after and cotton was considered a luxury fabric for bedcovers. Patterns in these collections include tree of life elements - influenced by traditional palampore textiles - Jacobean flowers, unique leaf and paisley motifs, decorative small-scale designs and printed paperweaves, as well as a playful tiger, tribal and batik prints, that naturally complement the fabrics.
The Martyn Lawrence Bullard collection is an eclectic array of opulent, contemporary wallcovering designs celebrating the diverse skill and unique craftsmanship of cultures around the globe, told from this legendary designer's unique point of view.
Travel the world and weave a new story for your interiors. The latest collections from
Zinc Textile deliver decorative prints, weaves and embroideries, and animalia velvets that are sure to add interest and a pop of panache!