Next week I will be continuing my High Point trend series and next up will be metallics. Today’s Friday’s Photo is one of my favorite pieces from High Point Spring Market and is a beautiful example of this trend.
Kelly Wearstler for E.J. Victor
This piece is from Kelly Wearstler’s new line for E.J. Victor. I loved her whole line and think Wearstler hit it out of the park with this latest collection. You can see more of her pieces in my previous post on trends in wood furniture HERE.
Have a great weekend everyone and be sure to check back on Tuesday for my full trend report on metallics.
Who says dining rooms have to be boring? I’m still thinking about this gorgeous turquoise and yellow dining room from the Lillian August show room at High Point Market.
So fresh and inviting don’t you think?
Have a great weekend everyone.
You may have noticed that I have been a bit remiss with my regular Tuesday posts but please bare with me as I am juggling one too many balls and my blog has had to take a back seat for the moment.I plan to be back on schedule very soon.
Looking for a simple DIY project to do over this long weekend to add some color or pattern to a room? I thought this was a very cleaver idea since many of us have stacks of old paper back books laying around ( if not, they can be purchased at almost any yard sale for pennies).
Simply turn the spines around and paint the pages in an assortment of colors and patterns. Instant colorful art!
Have a great long weekend everyone and even though it does not feel like Summer here in New England at least we know it’s coming soon!
If you read my earlier post about the colors of High Point Spring Market you would know that Blush is one of this Spring’s new “it” colors in both fashion and interiors. This bedroom designed by Tobi Fairley for C.R. Laine is a beautiful example and use of the color.
The one thing about Blush is that if you don’t want it read too “girly” you need to balance this feminine color with a stronger more “masculine color”. Tobi accomplished this by using striking black art work (from her new collection for Sochier Marin Art) and black side tables.
In both photography and design school I was told “first you have to learn the rules in order to successfully break the rules”. This image below taken at the Ralph Lauren High Point Showroom is definitely a rule breaker. A giant mirror is oversize for the console table (a mirror should be no more than 1/3 the length of the piece of furniture it is over), a teeny tiny lamp looks way too small for the table (the size of a lamp should be balanced with the size of the table) and a large framed photo overlaps the mirror (never obstruct a mirror).
Ralph Lauren Show room High Point
Does it work? Absolutely. Every single element is placed perfectly so that the overall vignette is balanced and cohesive. What do you think?
One of my favorite things to see at High Point Market is how the experts style the show rooms. Unfortunately, it can be challenging to observe because the rooms are almost always packed with sales reps buzzing about and with designers sitting in the room to test out the furniture or to simply relax for a few minutes.
One lucky afternoon I just happen to get this “person free” image at Wesley Hall. I had about 5 seconds before someone walked back into the frame and sat down on the chair.
Just look at how much thought went into styling and decorating this one small space. The green in the art work perfectly coordinates with the green leather sofa. The flowers on the tray which is angled “just so” is a perfect compliment to the floral fabric on the chair. My absolute favorite detail though is the small red crystal on the chandelier that forms a little color triangle with the floral fabric and the red pillow on the sofa.
Call me crazy but it’s these perfectly thought out design details that gets me so excited about design.
Have a great weekend everyone. I think here in New England we are going to have our first absolutely gorgeous weekend.
I am just back from Market at High Point, NC after spending 5 non-stop days touring dozens and dozens of show rooms. I have SO many things to share and I hope you followed me on Instagram because I posted lot’s of photos. I will be writing a full follow up next week but I wanted to share this image today.
Yellow and Red at E.J. Victor
Move over blue (which DOMINATED at market) because there are some new colors making an appearance. Both yellow and red, which we really haven’t seen much of lately for interiors, were spotted at several of the show rooms. This room at E.J. Victor fully embraced them both. I think it is such a happy and cheerful room.
How about you? Are you ready for a color change or still sticking with blue?
Have a good weekend and check back next week for my trend report.