I was part of the Design Influencers Tour at High Point Market where interior designers and design influencers from across the country got to tour some of the TOP showrooms at High Point Market — the largest furniture market in the world. We saw SO many incredible pieces and endless design inspiration, and here are some of my favorite pieces from the showrooms we visited.

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my favorite pieces

this couch!! 😍

This was one of the first pieces I saw and it’s as comfortable and beautiful as it looks in real life. I love the lived in cozy feel of this sofa while still being elevated and polished // @bradleyusa

pretty + purposeful fabrics

Modern fabrics need to offer more than just beauty and Crypton is the leader when it comes to gorgeous fabrics that are durable and easy to clean. We got to preview Crypton performance fabrics across many showrooms, proving there’s a perfect performance fabric in any look and style you could want. // @cryptonfabric

sculptural lights

These lights are beyond perfect — from the earthy texture to the organic sculptural feel, there the perfect way to add interest AND function to any space // @varaluz

bee motif

I saw bees EVERYWHERE — from pillows to sculptures to upholstered furniture. They’re definitely a trending motif and I’m in love. My FAVORITE was this pillow from County Road with gold embroidered bees — a subtitle neutral tone and elevated way to incorporate this fun trend. // @countyroadusa

pedestal tables + perfect texture

Century furniture had GORGEOUS texture across the whole showroom and so many pieces that felt both artful and functional. We got to check out some beautiful upholstered pieces that felt both timeless and on‑trend. Highlights were a sofa with curved seats and sculptural pedestal tables // @centuryfurniture

mauve + magenta

These two colors were definitely trending and I love the vibrant feel! In the @lillianaugust showroom, I found a fun twist on magenta featured on upholstered pieces, drapes, and the wall // @sherillfurniturebrands

art on the headboard

I saw this look at a couple places, and I’m beyond obsessed — an oversize upholstered headboard with Art hung on top. While at the Century show room we unexpectedly bumped into Thomas O’Brien, and got to see the amazing space is he put together! // @centuryfurniture

budget‑friendly + on trend pieces

Many of the show rooms we visited our to the trade, which means the every day person needs an interior designer to help purchase pieces. We got to preview a few beautiful collections that are direct to consumer and shoppable places like Amazon, target and Walmart — the Dorel show room featured beautiful pieces from the Novogratz, Mr. Kate, and so many more! Some of my favorites were shelving units and the boucle chairs from the Cortney Novogratz collection. // @dorelshowroom

the remix we’ve been waiting for: plaid X boucle

We’re already in love with boucle and the texture it offers, but taking it one step further and doing it in PLAID is next level. The sofa is a statement piece with a timeless feel and a modern twist on the vintage style plaid couches. From the texture to earthy warm tones it’s an easy yes for almost any living room // @hookerfurniture

living for these rugs

The Jaipur showroom featured a desert theme — showcasing rugs with earthy neutrals and deep greens as part of an oasis theme. My favorite probably has to be the rugs created with a tile like pattern. But they also have a completely custom service where you can create any rug and any color to fit any space. // @jaipurliving

a couch you may never leave

this gorgeous couch from Floyd Detroit is aptly named the “Sink Down” — it’s perfect features include a deep seat and plush cushions that make cozying up seamless. If you sit down, good luck getting up. ✌️ // @floydetroit

jaw‑dropping lighting 💡

We got to spend time with Brian Patrick Flynn (@bpatrickflynn) as he shared details about the line he designed with Crystorama. It was so fun to hear him share his intentionality around each detail and get to hear the stories that inspired his pieces. I will not be picking a favorite because it’s impossible. // @crystorama

possibly the perfect chair

Burnt orange was definitely trending on upholstery across many show rooms but this right here is my favorite take on it. I left a silhouette of this chair — it’s sculptural comfortable in a perfect size even for small spaces // @worldsaway1

pick a pattern

I had way too much fun pulling swatches at the Fabricut show room — there were so many artfully designed prints and textured neutrals with tons of interest. Custom fabric is the key to one of a kind upholstered pieces that make a fun statement // @fabricut

I live here now.

The universal furniture showroom featured a couple collections with and earthy coastal feel that was to die for. Intentional textures and a grounded airy feel with a fresh look set these spaces apart. Another thing to love was the modern farmhouse collection — a gentle nod to the style that’s been top of mind for years now but in a way that felt so fresh I could even get on board (and you know how I’ve felt about farmhouse til now!) // @universalfurn

vacay vibes

The pieces from Teak + Table totally whisk you away with that Vacay feeling. From modern silhouettes in warm durable wood tones to statement pieces like this lounger in the outdoor wooden game tables, it felt like a retreat in the making. // @teakandtable

love and first sight + lots of gold

There were so many pieces I immediately fell in love with in the show room, but highlights include the bubble chandelier and the affordable (and BEAUTIFUL) art pieces. Oh and SO much gold which you KNOW is my favorite finish. // @harpandfinial

cozy details

I was instantly drawn to this bedding from @peacockalley because of the dual toned lines on the edges. It’s beyond beautiful and as comfortable as it looks.

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