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High Point Market Trend Wrap

By Karen B. Wolf

High Point Market has become a trend addiction for the Interior Design World. With the launch of Trend Spotters, Instagram Take-Overs, Trend Tours and all the trend related hashtags, it has become a must-have event to attend. I personally border on HPMKT FOMO and while I could skip a market each year the hottest trends are begging for attention. (Mine of course, right?). A few years ago, it was very easy to receive streamlined information from market on leading trends. But with Instagram clutter and multiple parties competing for attention it is now almost impossible to determine who is who, what is what and the TOP trends emerging. So I decided to simply create my own Design Detail Trend Report as an avid attendee and veteran in the industry. I welcome your contributions to my trend spotting as there is no limit to the wealth of interesting observations and collaborative insights. @karenbwolfinteriors.

 Material Trends: Rattan, Wicker, and Caning, Penshell

Blue Ocean TradingBlue Ocean Trading

Universal: Miranda Kerr’s Entire Line was PenshellUniversal: Miranda Universal: Miranda Kerr’s Entire Line was Penshell

Organic Plaster/Faux ConcretePlaster/Faux Concrete

 Styling Trends: Layers, Layers and more

Eichholtz: Layered Tables

Upholstery Trends: Extra Wide Track Arms, Stitching Details, Deep Channelling, Curved furniture, extra plush and overstuffed tufting, Tubular Tufting

 

Caracole: Extra Deep Channeling

   Vanguard Furniture

Hickory Chair: Tubular Tufting

   Sunpan Geometric Tufting

Classic Home: Extra Plush, Overscaled Tufting Home

Art Trends: Gallery Art Walls, Animals and Floral Walls/Florals

 Antique Curiosities

Empire Art

   Universal

S&H Rugs

Caracole: Tubular Furniture

Bernhardt: Carved Credenza

Fabric Trends: Buffalo Plaid, Velvet and Sheepskin

Highland House: Buffalo Plaid

Color Trends: Neo Mint, Naval Blue, Blush

  Theodore Alexander: Neo Mint

Neo Mint and Blush

Allen James Interiors, Naval Blue Kitchen at Aspire Showhouse

New Design Style Trend: Modern Renaissance (Greek and Roman Influence)

Aspire Show House

  Aspire Show House

Sasha Bikoff for Currey Co

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