Hello there fab friends, we’ve missed you! We know you have all been anxiously waiting for our updates from our time at High Point Market on the Design Bloggers Tour, and BOY do we have a lot to share! Hopefully you all have seen our social media posts as a sneak peak to some of the amazing sponsoring companies and the showrooms they shared with us. Before we blog away, dishing the latest in inspirations and trends, we want to shine a spotlight on the fab sponsors of the tour, because without them this wouldn’t have been possible- or as fab!
220 Elm took us to their Palliser showroom which featured HGTV’s Sarah Richardson debut collection. Not only were these spaces jaw-dropping, but we got to hear from THE Sarah Richardson herself! By incorporating her forever love of color and pattern, at an affordable price, there’s no doubt you won’t find something you love here.
220 Elm’s building also took us to Pinnacle Seating Studio, who’s showroom had beautiful pieces completely dedicated to you. Whether you choose to lounge in one of their mind-blowing electric recliners (even easy for the not-so tech savvy user), or to strike up a conversation at their zen-inspired dining table, their organic nature in design will turn your space into the ultimate relaxation station.
Crypton is known for their one of a kind performance fabric technology that can be found in a multitude of color, fabric finish, or pattern combos. It’s no wonder that with all these options they’ve teamed up with Lee Industries, Hickory Chair, and Vanguard for this Design Bloggers Tour! Check out part 1 and 2 of this video to see just how amazing their fabrics truly are.
Dorel Home Products left an unforgettable impression as their designs suit not only the conscious space saver (we’re talking townhomes, apartments, small scale rooms), but also the conscious money saver. Who says you can’t have an fabulous looking home AND be able to afford it?
EJ Victor showed off collections that featured Ryan Korban, Louise & Antonia, Perennials Social, Bethan Gray Shamsian, and Ralph Lauren- just to name a few. Each collection here was absolutely stunning and really showed off EJ Victor’s range in style and dedication to quality products.
Four Hands debuted an earthy toned collection centered around their stunning modern/industrial style. Their one-of-a-kind pieces make you feel right at home, offering well-made, unique touches to any space. And if that wasn’t enough, they also released their outdoor line just for Market! Woohoo!
Howard Elliot wants to break traditional design rules and trends- thats part of the reason for their highly eclectic style. Their unique perspective uses out of the box thinking to design beautiful home accent products that make your space stand out.
IMC InterHall gave us quite the lineup by featuring Dowel Furniture (feat. Mally Skok), Colección Alexandra Inc., and Rawan Isaac’s debut line. Each of these showrooms showcased their contemporary styles and innovative thinking, giving us pieces made to speak to your design soul!
Lloyd Flanders takes living outdoors to the next level with their one of a kind furniture design. They offer both reliability in their long lasting outdoor furniture and also versatility with 19 colors to choose from. Two qualities you never hear paired together when it comes to outdoor! Am I right??
Made Goods, or should I say #TheBankOnWrenn, has finally opened up their new brick and mortar showroom in High Point (hint it was an old bank, hint hint it’s on Wrenn St.). However, instead of depositing checks to the bank here, you’ll be spending them at their showroom as this is your one-stop statement piece shop. Their dazzling designs bring new standards to the table as they incorporate unique textures, colors, and patterns into everything they do!
SONDER Living holds high value to hand craftsmanship, and calls themselves home to an array of design styles- resulting in one-of-a-kind collections each packed with powerful ideas and inspirations. It’s no secret that their sleek and chic design lines leave you drooling and wanting more!
Universal Furniture is known for their contemporary coastal style, but this time they went above and beyond to give us something more. By thinking ahead and using detailed research reports, they released their Spaces line, which keeps the millennial in mind to find out where the future of design is heading. Hint- things are going smaller scale!
Post sponsored by Esteem Media for High Point Market