Haute Looks at High Point

The High Point Market is one of our favorite times of the year. For interior designers, it's like Christmas morning, as we and 75,000 other furniture-philes, get to check out all the newest trends in the design world. We traveled to North Carolina in October to scope out the scene, and walked away with a few new favorites: 

Stefanie and Kristin at High Point.

Four Hands is a furniture company that curates contemporary styles from around the world, and also produces its own line. Their signature materials include warm woods and cool concrete along with rugged iron and sumptuous upholstery. Can we you tell why we love it? 

From table lamps to incredible modern wall sconces, Arteriors specializes in using materials like leather, iron, brass, bronze, nickel, wood, glass, ceramic and porcelain in collaboration with artisan crafts-people from around the world. The result is living in luxury and we like it. 

We've mentioned Interlude Home before, but seeing the company action was a delight. They focus on fashion-inspired design, so everything has a sophisticated flair. That was evident in the Weiman upholstery they debuted at High Point -- and served along with bellinis and champagne. 

Global Views is just enough sleek design with a cosmopolitan touch. Their showroom style is that of a savvy veteran traveler, and we're fans of the way they incorporate worldly ideas into small rooms. Be on the lookout for more from this company in our work. 

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