Now that our brains are officially back in the building, it’s time to start digitally downloading the past week’s events. High Point Market, a.k.a interior design Disneyland, was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. We touched every inch of HP– from talking Livable Design with ASID CEO, Randy Fiser, to launching 42nd Street’s Spring collection with Interior Designer Kim Scodro. When we weren’t clinking glasses with our pals at Wendover Art, were were spotting the season’s hottest trends, four of which we are so excited to bring back home to California and incorporate in our projects. Read on for the full breakdown!
Everyone loves a great pair of jeans, right? Well consider these finds the denim you never knew you needed– until now! Feizy’s Finley rug style in Azure gave us major heart eyes with its geometric pattern and super soft hand, mimicking that perfectly worn-in denim look and feel. While a casegood, the Avenue Chest by Universal to the Trade gave us all of the Levi 501-feels with a classic blue hue and with silvery pulls.
Velvet is one of those classic fabrics that comes around every once in a while in a very special way. This fall, we saw velvet used on every furniture piece imaginable– from ottomans to dining room chairs to the smallest fringey detail. Our favorites? The luxurious Nest Sofa by Emporium Home and Baltec Ottoman by Sunpan. These pieces are equal parts luxury and approachability, adding just the right amount of ooh la la to any scene.
With a TV perched on nearly every wall in the home, it’s nice to just get away. We’re bringing back the listening room: a space to sit back, listen to a record, and chill out. The listening room comes equipped with cushy seating, a place to kick your feet up, and a rockin’ speaker system for easy listening. Our go-to pieces for the perfect listening experience is the Apartment Sofa by Lee Industries for a cozy sit and the 42nd Street Erika Side Table to set down a cold drink.
While these are just a few pieces of eye candy we got from High Point, they are definitely must-haves. Which trend will you incorporate into your own space this year?