Fall High Point Market Report!

Twice a year, designers and shop owners from all over trek to a quaint little town in North Carolina called High Point. It’s a huge production – literally MILES of showrooms full of furniture and lighting and rugs and accessories. It’s a designer’s heaven! Sadly, you can only attend if you are in the trade, but I have some photos to share with you from my fall market trip! I also spoke on a Domino/Chairish panel and got to run into some old friends while I was there. (Caitlin has a new shop in San Francisco and her new products are BEAUTIFUL!). It was a super fast, but super inspiring couple of days.

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(last minute shoe purchase that saved my life! Only comfy shoes at market from here on out!!)

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My favorite showroom is always, always Hickory Chair. The spaces are airy and elegant, but grounded and real. I always spend the most time in Suzanne Kasler’s collection. I was also loving the new collection with Susan Hable from Hable Construction, inspired by Midcentury and Scandinavian designs.

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Some other favorite showrooms were Natural Curiosities, Palacek, and Noir Furniture.

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It was also such a treat to swing into the Magnolia Home Collection by Joanna Gaines. (Are you watching the new season of Fixer Upper?) Their space at market was absolutely gorgeous! Somehow they managed to transform a super boxy corporate showroom into a charming farmhouse! I love her new rug collection with Loloi and her kids furniture line is to die for.

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I use Visual Comfort/Circa a lot with my client work so it is always fun to see all of their products, new and old, in one big space at market. The Thomas O’Brien and AERIN collections never, ever disappoint!

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Arteriors is another lighting source go-to. I got my entry chandelier from them and I love all the unique, modern shapes they consistently produce!

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I wish I could just hand you my phone so you could flip through all the product goodness I found during my three-day treasure hunt! I sort of mixed the photos up here, but if you have any questions about sources, or where to buy things, leave a comment or send me an email! I’d be happy to help you hunt something down. In the meantime, here are a few products I saw already available online, or products that shared a similar vibe to the styles I saw trending at market. Enjoy!

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Olive tufted settee  //  Caged Pendant  //  Check Throw  //  Brass Table Lamp  //  Candle  //  Pouf Ottoman  //  Zebra Folding Screen

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Blue Patterned Headboard  //  Geo Table Lamp  //  Patterned Foot Stool  //  Globe Pendant  //  White Floor Lamp  //  Grid Rug  //  Copper Dining Chair

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Orange Settee  //  Blue Marbled Lamp  //  Black Lantern  //  Tufted Ottoman  //  Check Chair  //  Brass and Bronze Sconce

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Bread Board  //  Leaf Print  //  Blue Stripe Throw  //  White Chandelier  //  Star Flush Mount  //  Shagreen Box

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Blue Table Lamp  //  Faux Renanculus Arrangement  //  Marble-topped Moroccan Table  //  Tie Dye Throw  //  Golden Pillow  //  Blue Pillow  //  Red Pillow

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Agate Starburst   //  White Mirror  //  Ice Blue Throw  //  Brown and Ivory Rug  //  Faux Fiddle Leaf Fig  //  Marble Side Table //  White Glass Lamp

 

 

 

  1. Abby

    Hey Jenny! Thank you for blogging. I always find your posts inspiring. Do you have any go-to sources for window treatments?

    • Jenny

      Hi Abby!

      What are you looking for? For shades I use The Shade Store and Lowes bamboo and for curtains I usually have them made locally, but Restoration Hardware and Loom Decor are great options. Hope that helps! xo

    • Ally

      Have you looked at curtains at anthropolgie? I recently got some from there and found all their choices beautiful and unique.

  2. Maggie

    Jenny! Long time lurker outing myself because I looooove that daybed/trundle situation in your 10th photo down. Could work well in our nursery, which I’ve been stumped by so far. Do you know the source?

    • Jenny

      Hi Maggie! That daybed was made by Highland House in Liberty of London fabric. So sweet, right?

  3. Teresa Cesario

    Awesome photos!! Thank you

  4. Sophie Lowe

    Those whicker bistro chairs are amazing! Where are they from please? I have been looking for something like these for ages and they are surprising hard to source

    • Jenny

      Hi Sophie,

      Those were by a company called Sika Designs. You can find similar ones at Serena & Lily! xo

  5. Andrea

    That pink, tufted chair in the 6th picture from top. Love! Where is it from?

  6. Katy DeBardelaben

    No questions on products but those boots you’re wearing on the blue rug – gasp! Gorgeous. Where are those from?

    • Jenny

      Thanks Katy! They’re from Madewell and I think they are on sale right now. I love them! :)

  7. Micaelan Davis

    Love those acrylic box “frames”! I’m guessing those are a custom thing? Any idea how to DIY something like that?

    • Jenny

      Those frames are from Natural Curiosities, but my local framer makes similar ones too. I think the tricky part is the adhesive on the corners! This might be one that I would leave for the professionals!

  8. eenie

    Could you tell me where to find the blue table lamp in the next to last set? The link is to the mirror. Thanks!

    • Jenny

      Oops! Sorry about that! I just updated the link. The lamp is from the AERIN collection from Visual Comfort. It is really beautiful in person especially! xo

  9. Anne

    Who is sourcing those Paule Marrot fabrics? They are my all-time favorite!

    • Jenny

      Natural Curiosities! THEY WERE AMAZING.

  10. Tracy

    Hi Jenny, Did you see the faux tree in person? I wouldn’t love one, but am afraid they look too fake. (I thought the photos of the pottery barn one were great, but after seeing it in person, I couldn’t do it.) Thanks!

    • Jenny

      I agree with you Tracy! I think this one is better for the more tucked away spots in your house. You can tell it’s fake up close!

  11. Tracy

    Oops- I mean, I WOULD love one!

  12. shannon

    I just put VC lighting all through a new addition on our home and I’ve got to say I’m really disappointed in the quality of their shades. It’s been less than 6 months since install and I’ve already had to have the shades replaced on the sconces in my bedroom because the paper was pulling away from the backing and causing a bubbling effect. Double checked the wattage on the bulbs to make sure that wasn’t the issue and it wasn’t, they’re just blah paper shades on otherwise impressive looking fixtures. Do you every change them for custom shades? I’m considering it but choke a bit at thinking of spending more money on already expensive pieces.

    • Jenny

      Hi Shannon!

      I have to agree with you here! I’ve had trouble with their paper shades before. We just switch to a lower wattage and buy some replacement shades from VC. Not ideal, but I’ve have the same problem with paper shades from other sources as well – I think it is common. There are some great custom shade sources on etsy if you’re looking for something on the more affordable side! xo

  13. Mackie

    Hi Jenny! Can you please tell me the source of the brass three-lamp fixture in the photo above your mention of the Magnolia space? I’m searching for lighting solutions in my rustic, but largely unlit living room and feel like this could be a good option. Thanks!

    • Jenny

      Hi Mackie! The three-light sconce is from Barbara Cosgrove. It’s gorgeous!

  14. Phyllisa

    Hi Jenny! I looooove that wall mounted plant rack with the 9 terra cotta pots. Do you know the source?

    • Jenny

      That was from Magnolia Home! :)

  15. Nancy

    Jenny, so nice to have you back. Great post.

  16. Karisa

    This is fantastic thank you! I’m dying for the giant pear framed print. Any idea where to find it? And thank you in advance!!!

    • Jenny

      The pear print is from Natural Curiosities! Hope that helps! xo

  17. Emma

    Nice designs….

  18. Tom

    Hey Jenny, thank for sharing this story. I didn’t know that something like this even exist, although I live some 100 miles away from High Point. And I just have to say that I am also a big fan of Hickory Chair furniture. Once again, thanks for sharing this.

  19. Thank you again for such a nice blog about and as a handicrafts maker we love crafts and want to show the world the importance

  20. Christie L

    HI! can you tell me the source of the blue and white ceramic lamp with the wicker lamp shade. It’s amazing!

    • Jenny

      I think the link was in my round up but that lamp is from Jamie Young. :)

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