High Point Market: latest furniture trends for Spring 2018

High Point Market is just around the corner, and we are incredibly excited! To prepare, we are going to talk about the latest furniture trends as told by the high point market authority. The style spotters have pointed out the best of the new trends for us to look out for this weekend. Sculptural elements and natural colors are reigning supreme, as are traditional and classic structures. Let’s dive in to what market furniture to keep your eye out for.

Michelle Jennings Wiebe – Coastal Whimsy

“Shades of blue with sun-drenched whites and grays (as seen in the Soho Rug by Libby Langdon, Long Constant Credenza, and Havana ’58 Coffee Table), along with naturally inspired fabrics, textures, and finishes, are juxtaposed against modern shapes (these multi-faceted Linea Chairside Tables are stunningly gorgeous examples) and edgy accents (the artistic ‘Best Picture of the Year’ is both captivating and unexpected) to create a playful oceanside vibe that’s stylish and relaxed without taking itself too seriously. This look would be totally appropriate for a beautiful beachside condo or perfectly styled pool house!”


Blue sideboard by Kindel


Blue and gray home by Kas

Kas Rugs and Home

Collage art by RFA Decor

RFA Decor

Justine Macfee – Modern Naturalist

“Modern Naturalist expresses a love for texture, natural materials, and a feeling of health and wellness. There is a clean line that keeps the look fresh and contemporary by using modern elements and mixing that with the comfort of natural textures and colors. Each and every object has an intentional purpose and helps to add to a space’s joyful, clutter-free aesthetic. The Prismatic rug’s watercolor look and high/low pile variation creates a dynamic look, while the clean lines and rattan texture used in the Patrick Cabinet take things back to nature in an updated, streamlined, and stylish way.”

Natural chandelier by Carroll by Design

Carroll by Design

Blue and cream pillow by lacefield


Natural textured sideboard by Worlds Away

Worlds Away

Holly Hollingsworth Phillips – Global Glamour

“An eclectic collection of modern items, each skillfully crafted piece exhibits a worldly aura that’s sure to not go unnoticed this Market season. The plush, comfort-invoking Hygge rug, beautiful bone inlay Thea chest, seductively sculpted Serpentine sconce, and gleaming base of the Eden Rock sofa all contribute to an overall global vibe that’s timelessly glamorous. Be prepared to fall in love with this muted color palette with glam finishes and accents that are sure to inspire luxurious interiors this spring at Market. ”

Serpentine Sconce by Koket


White tufted rug by Loiloi

Loiloi Rugs

White modern sofa by modshop


Jeffrey Johnson – Classic Symmetry

“The classic form of symmetry is quite pleasing to the eye that appreciates design. The basic structure is an absolute must, as it forms the construction on which the decorative elements are layered to perfect the composition. In the Chablis Swivel Chair, the rounded back of a barrel chair is complemented by large teardrop quilting, while the Trephine Chandelier surrounds its understated column and candelabra arms with a beautiful swirl of wrought iron in a satin black and gold leaf finish. Both express a classically-inspired style that is sure to be appreciated for years to come. ”

Orange chaise by dovetail

Dovetail Furniture

Blue armchair by Nathan anthony

Nathan Anthony

Small chandelier by Currey & Company

Currey & Company