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Spring 2024 Market ~Whats New in Home Design

The High Point Spring Market 2024 showcased a plethora of innovative trends and designs that promise to elevate home interiors for the upcoming seasons. Let’s delve into what’s new and exciting in the world of home design:

  1. Curvy Organic Forms: Furniture frames boasting curvy and organic shapes continue to center stage, adding a touch of modern elegance to living spaces.

  2. Low-Height Furniture: With a nod to urban living, there was an abundance of low-height furniture tailored for apartment dwellers, offering both style and functionality.

  3. Light Color Palettes: White and beige dominated the color schemes, creating serene and airy environments within homes.

  4. Natural Stone: Tables and side tables featuring stone tops added a sophisticated and earthy element to interiors.

  5. Mixed Metals: Bases and intricate details infused with mixed metals brought a contemporary flair to furnishings.

  6. Wood Elements: From live-edge wood frames to sleek metal bases, the fusion of wood and metal created visually striking furniture pieces.

  7. 70’s Revival: Furniture designs paid homage to the 70s era with curved forms and fabric colors reminiscent of burnt browns, greens, olive, and gold.

  8. Accent Lighting: Bookcases were adorned with accent lighting, illuminating spaces and adding depth to room designs.

  9. Greige and Blush Tones: The color palette embraced greige (a blend of beige, white, and grey) along with soft blush hues, lending a subtle warmth to interiors.

  10. Monochromatic Contrast: Bold contrasts of black and white were prominent, whether through furniture finishes or metal accents, contributing to a chic and modern aesthetic.

  11. Contemporary Lighting: The market showcased a myriad of exciting lighting options, ranging from sleek fixtures to statement-making chandeliers, elevating the ambiance of any space.

  12. Wallpaper Renaissance: Wallpaper continues to make a triumphant return with options ranging from stunning wall murals to textured designs, offering endless possibilities for adding character to walls.

  13. Layering and Simplicity: Designers explored both ends of the spectrum, either layering spaces with intricate accessories and art or opting for a minimalist approach, allowing key pieces to shine.

  14. Chunky Mirrors: Oversized and chunky mirrors emerged as a popular choice, serving as both functional and decorative elements within interiors.

The High Point Spring Market 2024 undoubtedly showcased a dynamic blend of nostalgia, innovation, and contemporary flair, setting the stage for exciting directions in home design. Whether you’re drawn to the sleek lines of modern minimalism or the retro charm of the 70s, there’s something for every discerning homeowner to explore and incorporate into their living spaces.

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The common element throughout is good design. There’s always a reason why an element is chosen for a certain place, whether it’s a colorful painting in a room or a specific fabric on a chair. There’s also a functionality to every item that is unique to each project’s solution. It’s sort of like an oversized jigsaw puzzle with a place and reason for each piece.

“Your rooms are like a painting. Each component is a brushstroke to create the whole picture. It’s magic every time!”