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Eloquence Antiques & Reproduction at High Point Market

Have you ever walked into a home or store and instantly felt a kindred connection?
That comfortable, welcoming feeling... one that inspires you and that 
makes you feel like you are home? 


I remember the first time I walked into the Eloquence showroom at High Point Market 
and knowing that it was a place I could linger and linger. 



I may have pulled up a chair and sat down and stayed for awhile just simply soaking up everything.


That was several years ago- and since I first stepped foot inside Eloquence and met the incredible people behind the company - they have moved all those beautiful treasures 
to a huge 2 story showroom  that is absolutely breathtaking.

 I have literally offered to come stay and take care of it all year long several times-
Eloquence is the stuff that French vintage dreams are made of. 



The showroom and their website are full of antiques, mirrors, chairs, trinkets and more- and they also have the most incredible reproductions- I have several pieces in my home, in my book
 and several more pieces in my cart and on my always being added to wish list.
Eloquence is my favorite source for the best European vintage and reproductions.



And something exciting...
Today is opening day at Eloquence at High Point Market  
which means if you are in the North Carolina area and are at Market- 
you need to go asap. 


They are having an incredible sale on antiques and they are also introducing quite a few new reproduction pieces this market that I know will be absolutely stunning.

Have I mentioned that I am excited? 


I am BEYOND excited- because in just a couple of days I will be at High Point Market and 
will be shopping the showroom and snapping photos of my favorites to share with you.
And I will also be taking you on a video tour of all that amazingness-
 stay tuned for details there.



And today, I am showing a sneak peek of some of what is in stock 
and available right now. Like this little bit of gorgeousness.



That vintage settee is so charming- the coffee table is reproduction- find it here.
It shows how perfectly their Eloquence reproduction pieces mingle with vintage and fit seamlessly.

Can we talk about this armoire for a second? 
I am obsessed with anything oversized, carved - and basically incredible. 
And the mirror. And the chandelier. 


I am actually shopping for a few pieces too-
a big stately antique cupboard, dining chairs and a table. And side chairs. And chandeliers. 
And... okay- anything that talks to me. 
Which is everything. haha.

And these chairs definitely caught my eye. I will be taking a closer look at these in a few days.
And I now think I might need to make those double chandeliers above my dining table into triplets. 
:) 

 Side note: 
Eloquence also has vintage reproduction lighting that will knock your socks off.


One of the things I love most about their showroom- aside from the fact that I love everything about their showroom haha- is that they have their pieces set up in the most lovely and inviting vignettes that really show how you might use those pieces in your home.  It is literally like walking into the pages of a beautiful magazine.

These vintage chairs with a dainty table for a small conversation area for example. 


 I find the little moments they create in every nook and cranny so inspiring. 




If you are at  High Point Market or in the North Carolina area- you won't want to miss the chance to shop the showroom and pick up some amazing pieces at amazing prices.









And you can now shop their website directly- so grab a cup of coffee and get ready to browse a whole lot of inspiration!

I am off to go do a bit more browsing myself and stay tuned for that video tour of the showroom and what's new coming on Saturday.


Happy vintage shopping everyone.




*disclosure- I partnered with Eloquence to share alll the amazingness in their showroom at High Point Market- but all the love and obsession for all things Eloquence is all my own.







3 comments

  1. I was up in that area a couple of weeks ago and drove into High Point, but they weren't open yet😞 In fact, not much at all was going on there. I guess High Point comes to life just twice a year. So sorry I missed it. Can't wait for all your pictures!

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  2. Courtney - Such beautiful eye candy. Could you please give us some tips for a High Point trip? Do you have a favorite place to eat and suggestions for lodging? I'm assuming that reservations would need to be made months in advance to secure a room. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for sharing all these beautiful pictures!

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