For interior designers, the twice-yearly High Point Market is a hub of inspiration, drawing 75,000 attendees from all over the world to tour showrooms packed with more than 2,000 exhibitors.
While not everyone has access or can make the trip, the team at Kerrie Kelly Design Lab has done the legwork to share the looks you can achieve in your own space, whatever your home decor style. Check out images from the show, plus more inspiration from Zillow Digs.
A hip, modern look that’s not too slick or minimalist, this style is all about color and graphic elements. Mix in metal tones of gold and silver with lacquered details and you’re halfway there. Lighting details and fabrics are affordable yet effective ways to bring this look together in your own space.
Left: Wesley Hall showroom, photo by Kerrie Kelly Design Lab. Right: Nina Magon
An Asian-inspired look can complement traditional to contemporary interiors. Design pieces can be blended in via mirrors, fabric and artwork, providing an inviting and familiar aesthetic.
Left: Worlds Away showroom, photo by Kerrie Kelly Design Lab. Right: Deb Reinhart
Rooted in tradition, High Point Market does traditional style the right way. Classic designs layered in interesting textural fabrics provide a fresh take on the once-stodgy look. Side pieces such as tables, occasional chairs and lamps support the full execution of the traditional vibe.
Left: CR Laine showroom, photo by Kerrie Kelly Design Lab. Right: Jennifer Duneier
Soft reclaimed wood tones and washed linen fabric create the backdrop for this approachable design. Layer on vintage-looking, crystal-encrusted lighting and you’re on your way to European luxury with a quaint cottage touch. The muted tones will make you want to nestle right into the space.
Left: Eloquence showroom, photo by Kerrie Kelly Design Lab. Right: Zillow Digs
A sleek, hard-edged look, this mix of high-contrast materials celebrates a very functional look. Black, white, metals and wood tones bring industrial chic together, creating a loft-like scene for living. Details feature bolts, fasteners and connectors that add to the interest of each piece.
Left: Dovetail showroom, photo by Kerrie Kelly Design Lab. Right: Allison Lind
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