The GHID Blog

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Highlights From High Point Market - An Interior Designer's Dream Come True!

High Point Market is a designers dream come true! This biannual furniture trade show held in High Point, N.C. features exhibitors from every style, category and price point imaginable. An impressive 16,000 buying companies from around the world registered this year - a record high since before the recession! GHID was planning on attending this spring, but we have changed plans and are heading to High Point Market in the fall. Although we weren't onsite seeing all of the beautiful furniture and decor, we kept a close eye out for photos and updates from our reputable resources! See some of our favorite highlights from this spring's High Point Market.

If you missed our blog from last year's HPMKT, you can read it here!

The Hunt Is On For The Perfect Jewel Toned Decor 

If you're on the hunt for vintage sofas, chairs and ottomans, this collection from Cisco Home will hit the spot! You can modernize your antique-looking furniture by bringing in industrial pieces like the wrought iron coffee table.

Brighten Up Your Home With Golden Sun Burst Decor

I am in love with World's Away's new permanent Showroom at High Point Market. If you're looking to replicate this look in your own home, I'd recommend adding these contemporary gold lamps and sun beam mirror to your entryway for a bright impact!

Add a Playful Vide with Unexpected Art Deco Furniture

The combination of purple and gold creates a luxurious mood while the art deco coffee table adds a playful vibe. To fill a blank wall, don't be afraid to feature similar artwork for a more uniform look!

The Perfect Neutral For Seasonal Accessories

Bernhardt's pearl grey sofa is a transitional must-have! The pops of bright vermillion in the pillows and artwork are great for spring and summer, but could easily be swapped out for cooler tones in the fall and winter.

No Need For Vacation With A Relaxing Bedroom Like This!

Turn your bedroom into a serene getaway with light shades of turquoise and soft neutrals for a relaxing, spa-like feel.

Complimentary Contrast In An Eclectic Room

Coral and teal have been trendy colors this spring and I think they look even better together than they do apart! I love how the straight lines of the furniture are softened by the sketch-like piece of art.

Bringing The Outdoors In For A Fresh Spring Look

Nothing livens up a room like something that is, well, alive! The leafy green wall and golden turtle shell artwork brings nature inside for a truly gorgeous spring look.

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