Hi, everyone! Right after our family spring vacation, I headed to High Point Market in North Carolina for the Design Bloggers Tour! Wanted to bring you a recap of some amazing showrooms we visited! We checked out over ten on the tour, which was a lot to take in, so I’ll be splitting it up into a few posts. Here’s the full list:
Crypton Home Fabric, www.crypton.com
Cisco Home, ciscohome.net
Theodore Alexander, www.theodorealexander.com
Fairfield Chair, www.fairfieldchair.com
Wesley Hall, www.wesleyhall.com
Hooker Furniture, www.hookerfurniture.com
Hubbardton Forge, www.hubbardtonforge.com
Jaipur Living, www.jaipurliving.com
Kalco Lighting, www.kalco.com
Universal Furniture, www.universalfurniture.com
I loved this wonderful group of fellow designers/bloggers! They’re all listed below:
- Heather Fujikawa, instagram.com/house_sprucing
- Rasheeda Gray (Tariq) , instagram.com/grayspaceinteriordesign
- Amber Guyton, blessedlittlebungalow.com
- Don Ricardo Massenburg, instagram.com/designinkredible
- Haneen Matt, haneens-haven.com
- Jennifer Maune, www.tiktok.com/@jennifermaune
- Marissa Nelums, instagram.com/glasshouseinterior
- Pamela O’Brien, pamelahopedesigns.com/blog
- Rebecca Plumb, studioplumb.com/blog
- Rhoda Vickers Hendrix, southernhospitalityblog.com
First stop was Theodore Alexander, a high end luxury brand of furniture. High quality is the name of the game in this showroom! It was such a treat to tour the Althorp Living History collection with Lord Charles Spencer, Princess Diana’s brother! The pieces in this collection were inspired by their own home. All of the pieces were ornate and special.
I’m loving all things plaid these days and I snapped a shot of all the plaid I was seeing!
Crypton was a part of several showrooms that we visited. I’ve had a wish list for a sectional with Crypton Fabric for years. It’s the only fabric to choose, guys. Especially for someone like me, with four kids and a dog. This fabric is essentially indistructable and stain resistant. It’s incredible. Please excuse this screenshot I took of a video I have from their presentation! Look how the liquid just bubbles up!
Next up was Hooker Furniture. Here we saw that the arch trend is still going strong. I have my office on the brain, so I definitely took note of their desks and storage. Lots of exposed wood grain, leather and plaids.
This showroom was a treat for lighting lovers! Hubbardton Forge is a Vermont base lighting company. Lots of modern, industrial pieces with forged steel and glass. Great mix of materials and innovative designs! And since it’s based here in the US, the lead time is quicker! Who doesn’t love that?
Jaipur Living is a rug company with over 40,000 artisans in India, committed to quality craftsmanship and the art of rug making. We toured Kate Lestner’s new line with Kate herself. She’s a California based designer who combined a vintage and modern aesthetic to create a truly on-trend collection that appeals to the masses.
Extra ones I was drawn to…