Today it is all about something that caught my eye in each of the showrooms we visited on the Design Bloggers Tour… and maybe a couple of extras.
One of the best things about the Design Bloggers tour is that you visit showrooms you might not have otherwise.
And in doing so- you may find something that is exactly your style
or something you didn’t even know you loved and needed in your home.
And since there is so much to see at Market-
from Modern to Vintage to Traditional- there is something for everyone.
Here is a top fav and why I liked it from each of the showrooms on the tour this time.
If modern or vintage is your thing-
Mod Shop should definitely be on your list- I loved their eclectic mix of pillows
that were so boho chic.
Century Furniture is always a favorite.
They have beautiful, classic and timeless pieces- and this wicker stole my heart this Market.
Highland House was a showroom that pretty much talked to me the whole.way.through.
And it all started with this gorgeousness.
Even better- Crypton Fabric was covering their amazing pieces-
which means you can actually use and enjoy them without worrying.
I am a big slipcover fan so these chairs with their simple charming stripes, loose pillows and slipcovered lines at Younger Furniture were at the top of my favorites there.
Wexel Art Displays
shared a unique and seamless way for wall art display with magnets.
I love that you can create whatever type of arrangement on the wall that you might need
just by shuffling the frame sizes and shapes.
Universal Furniture always has so many charming displays and pieces
and from bunk beds to storage pieces in the bedroom- their kids furniture collection
always charms me.
Absolutely can’t get enough of this photograph on fabric from
A talented photographer and artist for sure.
Loved that the fabric from Sunbrella was workhorse fabric with a soft touch- and that it showed that sturdy fabric doesn’t just belong outside with that classic outdoor cushion look.
Bend Goods had some pretty amazing pieces for that vintage modern vibe
and for an apartment or city dwelling- their scale was absolutely perfect.
Love the details on this live edge table and bench from
Lloyd Flanders has classic wicker and loomed pieces that really do
speak to the amazing designs of yesterday- and invite you sit down and enjoy.
Theodore Alexander always charms- and this market they were on trend with
blush and velvet in abundance.
Love the rich saturated tone of this teal chair at Green Apple Home.
Perfect if you are looking for that pop in a room.
Bernhardt Furniture never ceases to amaze me
with their beautiful furniture and gorgeous displays
that I just want to bring home with me. I am in love with this room.
A favorite at Tomlinson– all those details.
Because furniture should look as pretty from behind as it does from the front.
Blush and pretty on repeat at Duralee –
and these are those performance fabrics from Crypton Home again.
And just one more post about High Point Market coming your way…
and it is all about Vintage and Reproduction- which is my favorite.
Have a beautiful blessed Thanksgiving everyone.