High Point Picks – Day One!

Where oh where to start! My first visit to market was an incredible two days of whirlwind activity – from visiting vendors, to seeing old friends and meeting many online connections for the first time! Many thanks to Cheminne Taylor-Smith, VP of Marketing at High Point and the entire Wesley Hall family for sponsoring my trip and for your amazing hospitality!

Many of you are probably familiar with Currey & Company, the well known manufacturer of distinctive home furnishings. Always reliable for a wide variety of stylish products, their lighting is a particularly strong category. I found their new industrial collection especially appealing including the Lumley Pendant in French black/pyrite bronze and the Sage Pendant in dark blackened steel above.

and the Verne Pendant in Hiroshi gray/off white and the Earthshine pendant in blackened steel. These types of fixtures are so versatile, offering the opportunity to add a little patina and sense of history.

The whimsical Carousel Lantern in lollipop red and gold and architectonic Denison Lantern in mole black are terrific for when you would like a large fixture with little heft.

The Primo Chandelier above is a fun twist on tradition with a relaxed nod to formality.

There were also many useful occasional pieces, often with a natural bent. The faux bois Redgrove table and Montauk side table offer texture and versatility for casual living spaces.

I’ve always loved their popular Woodland bench and seat – so charming for any outdoor venue.

 The Lombard chest in glossy red would be a great accent piece almost anywhere.

New to this market were some one of a kind pieces such as this fabulous tufted chaise in a vintage fabric – needless to say, it didn’t last long.

Arteriors, another popular wholesaler of unique home design products was also on many buyers’ lists. While navigating the crowds, I picked a few favorites.

The Calvin hide and antique brass bar stool is a fun version and would look great in anything from a minimalistic loft space to a rustic ski house, as would the Wade antique brass cart.

I’m always on the lookout for interesting mirrors – they add so much character and light to a room. These two fit the bill nicely – the Wells wood and iron mirror and the Academia mirror

There’s so much to share – stop back for more High Point highlights!!

18 thoughts on “High Point Picks – Day One!

  1. There’s lots to love here… but I think the chaise has to be my favorite. Would love to spend a lazy rainy afternoon curled up on that with a good book! Looking forward to more highlights!

  2. It was soooo fun, and yes a whirlwind. Loved all of the statement lighting – the bone lanterns in Mr. Brown Design were unbelievable. We were definitely on the same path – so wish we could have met!!

  3. I really like the lighting by Currey & Company. The red Lombard chest would make a great accent piece! Sounds like you are crazy busy!!

    Have fun!


  4. Thanks for always sharing such wonderfully chic products and artfully designed items.
    Love those stools and that chaise is like a piece of ART! I am looking for a new chandie, a mod brass one and ARteriors is high on my list of vendors.

  5. Love that you’re at High Point!!! Would love to go next year….so would love to chat with you about how to make that happen.

    Love what you’re sharing…Currey & Company looks amazing.

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