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The use of plants was another trend we noticed at the High Point Furniture Market. Designers are incorporating natural elements into their spaces, bringing the outdoors in and creating a sense of calm and tranquility. Olive trees, in particular, are a popular choice because they are low-maintenance and add a touch of elegance to any space. Whether used as a focal point or as a subtle accent, incorporating plants into your home is a great way to add life and energy to your decor.
One trend that stood out to us at the High Point Furniture Market was the use of natural earth tones. These warm, inviting hues are still bold enough to make a statement in any space. Designers are looking for ways to create an atmosphere of warmth and coziness, and natural earth tones are perfect for achieving this. Deep, rich browns like Benjamin Moore’s Wenge and warm, spicy hues like Cinnamon are great ways to incorporate these tones into your home. In addition, the Benjamin Moore paint color Conch Shell has a subtle, almost sandy texture that adds depth and interest to any space.
Black is still making a strong statement in design. We noticed that designers are incorporating black into their designs in new and interesting ways, such as using dark stains to create a classic look. This trend of using black in unexpected ways is a testament to the versatility of this classic color. It can be used to create a bold statement or to add depth and contrast to a space. Whether it’s a matte black accent piece or a glossy black finish, designers are finding creative ways to incorporate this timeless color into their work.
In addition to these specific color trends, we noticed designers incorporating vintage-inspired pieces at the High Point Furniture Market. Mixing old and new elements creates a unique and personal style that feels both modern and timeless.
Overall, the High Point Furniture Market gave us a glimpse into the future of interior design. From warm earth tones to interesting textures, there were plenty of exciting trends to explore. Whether you’re looking to update your home with a fresh coat of paint or incorporate some vintage pieces into your decor, there’s something for everyone in the latest trends.
Texture was a major trend that we saw at the High Point Furniture Market. With designers constantly seeking new ways to differentiate their designs from the competition, texture has become an increasingly popular way to add interest and depth to furniture pieces. From chunky knits to woven fabrics, designers are experimenting with a variety of materials and finishes to create unique textures. By doing so, they are able to create truly one-of-a-kind pieces that stand out from the crowd and capture the attention of consumers looking for something unique and special.
This use of texture allows for single-patterned or monochromatic upholstery using vintage-inspired textiles and natural linen. Designers are embracing simplicity in their designs, utilizing fabrics with understated patterns or a single color. This approach allows the furniture’s design to take center stage, showcasing the textures and materials used.
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