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A Peek At Highlights From High Point Market Week Without Hours Of Walking Brought To You…. By Me

October 21st, 2010

High Point Market(HAPPENS 2 times a year-Spring and Fall)and has the world’s most comprehensive selection of home furnishing products. 
It is the largest wholesale home furnishings market in the world.  There are more than 2000 domestic and international suppliers exhibiting all over the city of High Point, North Carolina.  It allows members of the furnishings and design trades to see the newest trends with thousands of new products-casegoods, upholstery, accessories, lighting, bedding and rugs being introduced.






Gorgeous lighting from Lowcountry Originals
Artisans from South Carolina to Georgia
have created a very unique line of lighting using natural
materials like marsh reeds, old metals, driftwood and
oyster shells.









John Beard of Brown Dog Publishing is part of
a family business that produces original works of
art and offers high quality canvas giclee prints
of their work.











I love these archival museum quality plant pressings from 
The Lauren Lachance Collection.
Lauren and her husband travel the world to find amazing plant life
to arrange in these absolutely amazing botanicals.
She also does watercolors from her botanicals that are exhibited
in the Smithsonian.  
A book of her works is “literally” on the drawing table.









The perfect way to go green by recycling.
This oushak was created by using the best pieces of worn rugs.
The colors blend beautifully in a quilt like piece of art…for your floor from Patrick Charles, Ltd.









This was a beautiful showroom- Luna Bella specializing in clocks
and lamps but offers other lighting, furniture and accessories.
Every 6 months new pieces are designed. All pieces are unique and functional and are really pieces of art.









Barclay Butera always has a beautiful showroom and a new
look for his new line of fabrics.



Design-Legacy Showroom



The colorful and perfectly appointed Guild Master showroom.






Busbin Showroom had unique handpainted linen pillows
that can be painted with any color that you need for a room,
along with lovely atmospheric paintings by Stuart Budd as
well as handcrafted furniture.




I loved the pottery and wood table and floor lamps and mirrors handcrafted by artisans in the Mediterranean at Zeugma Import



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