We’re well into the fall now, and the Reid’s team has returned from the 2016 High Point Fall Furniture Market with some exciting new trends to share with you.
Blues! (and Some Grays)
Gray was a big color story at the Spring 2016 market, and while it’s still a key player in fall color pallets, blues are starting to share the spotlight. We saw a variety of blue tones — ranging from soft dewy mist to saturated midnight navy — on leather, rugs, fabrics, artwork, lamps and more.
Mid-century modern style has been gaining popularity since the premiere of Mad Men in 2010. Furniture designers are responding with statement pieces inspired by the long, sleek lines and minimalist feel of popular styles from the 1930s to the 1960s, crafted in acrylic, hand-blown glass, marble, leather, and wood.
From paintings and tapestries to sculptures and prints, art was everywhere at Market — in large-scale formats with colorful pallets and energetic movement.
Even if you have a neutral or minimalist design aesthetic, you’ll love all the fun and funky lamps we saw at market. These light fixtures will add the perfect pop of color and sprinkle of whimsy to any space you put them in.
Carved, Wooden Accessories
There’s nothing more organic than wood, until you carve them into animal form. Several of these interesting pieces will be hitting our showroom floor soon.
We’ve always has a special place in our hearts for Port Eliot’s gorgeous European furnishings and Mid-Century Modern flair. We invested in some stunning pieces that will arrive in the showroom soon.
Simplicity is beautiful, and no one does it better than CR Laine. We adored their showroom at Market, so visit the showroom soon to see all the beautiful pieces we brought back to share with you, like this Transitional Sofa and Heath Chair in Barnsley Dusk fabric.
Explore this Fall 2016 Style Spotters Preview from the High Point Market team for an in-depth insider’s look at more Market trends, and join our email list to get updates when we add new pieces to our collection!