Lh Design Lover’s Guide to High Point Market Fall 2019
The must-see event in home furnishings, High Point Market, is back for the Fall 2019 edition. Set to take place October 19th – 23rd the fashion week for home furnishings exhibitor lineup and events calendar is full of excitement! Design lovers read on to see some of the things Love Happens is looking forward to seeing at High Point Market Fall 2019.
HIGH POINT MARKET FALL 2019
MUST-SEE BRANDS & COLLABORATIONS
FORM Design Studio x Global Views
IHFC – D220, Lounge, Design Center, Floor 2
FORM Design Studio founder’s Joshua Rose and Rafael Kalichstein designed a must-see collection for Global Views set to launch at High Point Market Fall 2019! The interior and product designers are renowned for blending the line between beautiful and what sustains. David Gebhart, CEO of Global Views says of the collaboration, “I am pleased to be working with the gentlemen of FORM Design Studio. Truly artists, they have designed a line so different from what Global Views has done in the past, adding yet another layer to the Global Views brand.”
Meet the designers Saturday, October 19th, 3 – 6 pm!
Kendall Wilkinson x Fabricut
Market Square Tower – 403, Floor 4
A compelling new collection of richly colored trimmings and correlating fabrics designed by interior designer Kendall Wilkenson for Fabricut launches at Fall Market in three palettes – all priced to deliver on the promise of accessible luxury.
Maximalist Style x Conarte
827 W. Green Dr.
If you are a fan of “more is more” design then Kurt Jacob Miller’s Maximalist Style and Conarte’s collaboration is for you! Maximalist Style is all about creating maximalist designs just as the name implies. So as you can imagine when Miller joined forces with Italian furniture maker Conarte a big, bright and bold statement was born.
Barclay Butera x Castelle
IHFC – M101, Main, Floor 1
Designer Barclay Butera expands Savannah, his outdoor line with Castelle. The new pieces will debut at High Point Market Fall 2019. Designed to accommodate small spaces new pieces such as The Wing Back chair (a clever mix of an indoor profile with an outdoor application) are built at three-quarters size, meaning it could sit just as comfortably on a Manhattan balcony as on a front porch in Georgia.
Bunny Williams x Currey & Company
IHFC – M110, Main, Floor 1
Two years ago, Bunny Williams appointed Elizabeth Lawrence as the first partner of her iconic firm so the acclaimed classical interior and product designer could focus on passion projects. This market Bunny Williams will debut new designs for her collection for Currey & Company. Inspired by antiques, the new fixture designs recall Old World craftsmanship without feeling out-dated.
Ray Booth x Arteriors
Commerce & Design – 1A, 1B, 1G, 4B, Floor 1
AD100 designer Ray Booth is a master of bridging the gap between urban modern and traditional with his unique New York-Nashville perspective. Thus it comes without surprise that his new lighting and decorative accents for Arteriors are perfectly eclectic. And in true master style, Ray Booth’s designs beautifully pair a mix of materials from ceramic and wood to steel, iron, and stone.
Michael Berman x Kravet Furniture
Market Square – 217, Floor 2
For his second collaboration with Kravet Furniture Michael Berman interprets American Modernism. Inspired by the Brutalist architectural movement of the ’70s original designs such as the Frank cabinet, with its artful, layered facade and a lovely upholstered round chaise and ottoman make for beautiful new additions.
Stephen Leung x Theodore Alexander
229 W. Russell Ave.
Internationally recognized Hong Kong-based architect and designer Stephen Leun and Theodore Alexander will introduce their next collection at High Point Market Fall 2019. New designs include case goods and upholstery, such as a dramatically sloped sofa frame with splayed legs capped in a bronze finish.
Miranda Kerr x Universal Furniture
101 S. Hamilton St.
Love.Joy.Bliss is the name of Miranda Kerr Home’s new whole home collection for Universal Furniture. Feminity, fashion, and nature inspire the nearly 50-item launch.
Egg Designs x Ngala Trading Co.
Suites At Market Square – Salon – G-7025, Ground
South African-based luxury home decor brand Egg Designs partners with New York-based Ngala Trading Co. to deliver a curated collection of their spirited African home decor products to North America. Egg is known for its whimsical, contemporary African-designed tables, seating, lighting and accessories. Nagala will introduce an initial offering of Egg’s designs throughout the remainder of 2019.
IHFC – Interhall – IH106 – Commerce, Floor 1
If you are looking for unparalleled design at High Point Market Fall 2019 then you must visit KOKET! So, TBH we might be a little prejudice given KOKET is Love Happens publisher, but given all our content is rooted in the brand’s passion for design and bold, edgy style and that our new print edition ‘The Green Side of Luxury” will debut in their stand how can we not be! Statement designs meet sophisticated elegance and exceptional craftsmanship in luscious upholstery, dramatic casegoods, and exquisite lighting, handcrafted in Portugal by master artisans.
And don’t miss KOKET’s signature home scent Empowering. Available in a spray and home diffuser you will surely fall head over heels for this warm, sweet and sensual scent.
KK by KOKET
IHFC – Interhall – IH106 – Commerce, Floor 1
From the creative minds of the luxurious decor brand KOKET emerges a fresh and irresistible new upholstery collection for the stylish young adult. Debuting at High Point Market Fall 2019, with delectable design, fast delivery and soft pricing KK by KOKET offers a perfect way for young buyers to steer away from “fast furniture” and invest in high-design and quality at a sensible price.
129 S. Hamilton St.
Dutch-based home furnishings brand Eichholtz will debut its flagship U.S. showroom at 129 S. Hamilton Street (Christopher Guy’s former showroom) during High Point Market Fall 2019.
Baker Interiors Furniture Company
319 N Hamilton St
Join Baker, always a fabulous showroom experience, to view new collections from Baker and McGuire. New introductions to include Baker Originals The Stately Homes Collection for Baker. Additions to the Milling Road Collection for Baker. The Barbara Barry Collection for McGuire. And The McGuire Collection featuring indoor and outdoor pieces.
JAMES by Jimmy DeLaurentis
IHFC – Interhall – IH205, Commerce, Floor 1
New to Market, designer Jimmy DeLaurentis to debut a collection of Amalfi inspired furniture and lavish pet sofas as part of his JAMES private label collection. Opulence meets extravagance in show-stopping furniture featuring the bright colors of the Amalfi coast and 1940s Italian movie stars.
IHFC – Interhall – IH204, Commerce, Floor 1
If you are on the hunt for refined contemporary living, Rawan Isaac must be on your list. Launched in North America in 2019, Rawan Isaac is the signature line created by designer, Rawan Alsahsah. Built on a foundation of decades of delivering superior interior design experiences to clients around the world, the collection features mid- to high-end furniture, lighting, and decorative home accessories that are distinct and thoughtfully composed.
IHFC – Interhall – IH606, Commerce, Floor 1
Luxe jungle vibes radiate from Aviva Stanoff Design’s collection of innovative textures, patterns, and gorgeous color palettes. This Fall the brand will lunch a collection to help support the Snow Leopard Trust, including animal prints mixed with botanicals in both naturals and deep greens. Metallics rule in muted and brushed gold and silvers that delight your spirit and make your eyes dance.
IHFC – Interhall – IH506, Commerce, Floor 1
An Lh favorite Luna Bella has been described as “a Nouveau Chic home furnishings design studio based just outside of Miami, Florida. With an aesthetic that truly defies category, they embody a luxurious modern eclecticism that ranges from the decadently chic to the industrial and even the classical.”
High Point Designers’ Showhouse
ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME magazine and the Junior League of High Point, Inc. (JLHP) are partnering to present the 2019 Designers’ Showhouse to help raise a richly storied landmark residence from the ashes, as well as raise funds to benefit JLHP charitable initiatives.
The Dalton-Bell-Cameron House, located at 1013 Johnson Street, is the earliest documented Craftsman style home in High Point, NC. Since its construction in 1913, the historic home has twice endured devastating fires. After the second, the community rallied to save the home from demolition. The High Point Preservation Society asked the JLHP if they would hold a show house there to help the owners offset expenses throughout the costly preservation efforts.
“This is not just any Showhouse; this house embodies the essence of preservation and perseverance,” explained JLHP Show House Chair and Past President, Mary Powell Y. DeLille.
Top design talent from across the country is part of this meaningful transformation including Rachel Cannon, Meg Caswell, Cynthia Ferguson, Libby Langdon, Madcap Cottage, Kristen McCory, Courtney McLeod, Holly Hollingsworth Phillips, David Santiago, Gray Walker, and Scot Meacham Wood.
Grand Opening Party and Fundraiser | Friday, October 18, 2019 | Held jointly at Showhouse and JH Adams Inn, located directly behind the home
The Showhouse will be open to the public October 19-November 3, 2019.
HIGH POINT MARKET FALL 2019
A Conversation with Diane Keaton
Saturday, October 19 | 3 pm – 4 pm | High Point Theatre, in the Transportation Terminal
Join actress Diane Keaton in a casual conversation about her passion for design, her latest projects and her sources of inspiration. And be sure to visit the Aidan Gray showroom to view Diane’s new collection of lighting, Keaton Industries.
Socialnomics – Winning Customers via Social Media and Mobile
Sunday, October 20 | 3 pm – 4 pm | High Point Theatre, in the Transportation Terminal
Based on his #1 Bestseller, Forbes Top 100 Digital Influencer Erik Qualman dives into the powerful concept of Socialnomics. Word-of-Mouth is on digital steroids and has transformed into World-of-Mouth. Organizations must learn the new rules of social, mobile and beyond, or they will miss this once-in-a-generation opportunity to earn customers’ loyalty and drive long-term success. Socialnomics is the key to winning customers’ hearts, minds, and wallets.
Harnessing the Brand Building Power of TV
Monday, October 21 | 3 pm – 4 pm | High Point Theatre, in the Transportation Terminal
We all know TV is a powerful medium. It allows you to reach millions of people in mere minutes and can position you as an expert in your field. But is it the right path for you? Is it worth your time? Join Evette Rios as she moderates a panel of interior designers who have embraced the brand-building power of TV, including Hilary Farr, Libby Langdon, and Mikel Welch. They’ll delve deep into why TV exposure matters and how you can use that exposure to build your brand, make more money and acquire more clients.
DESIGNER VIEWPOINTS SERIES
CEU accredited seminars for design professionals
Cultivating Industry Relationships to Build Your Brand
Saturday, October 19 | Noon – 1 pm | High Point Theatre (located in the Transportation Terminal)
Being talented, solo, or isolated will get you nowhere in this industry. However, being talented, connected, and possessing strong industry relationships will get you far. Join moderator Laura Thurman for a crash course on how to harness the power of building healthy, authentic, industry relationships. Panelists Michel Smith Boyd, Jane Dagmi, Amy Ferrer, and Amy Flurry will talk about networking to build partnerships in public relations and communications, publishing, licensing, and trade resources.
Translating Your Brand to Online Retail
Sunday, October 20 | Noon – 1 pm | High Point Theatre (located in the Transportation Terminal)
If you have ever felt frustrated by clients “shopping you” online, consider expanding your business to online retail. In addition to diversifying your revenue streams, online retail positions your expertise and savvy as a designer to a larger audience. Come and join our esteemed panelists Julia Buckingham, Barclay Butera, Nicole White, and Scot Meacham Wood, with moderator Sarah Walker from The Curated House for a vibrant discussion on what it takes to translate your brand’s online presence into e-commerce. The panel will answer your questions on what it takes to launch and manage online retail for your business.
The Business of Customization
Monday, October 21 | Noon – 1 pm | High Point Theatre (located in the Transportation Terminal)
Clients seek out the expertise of an interior designer because of their unique artistic vision. With a trained eye, designers can transform a space with custom-designed elements to fit specific lifestyle needs and aesthetics, and this ability can be a selling point for potential clients. Led by moderator Beth Diana Smith, panelists Barry Dixon, Eric Haydel, Drew McGukin, and Michelle Workman will share tips on how to make customization a key part of your portfolio of services, from furniture, finishes, textiles, and more, and how to sell this differentiator to your clients.
Style Spotters Live
Tuesday, October 22 | 9 am – 10:15 am | IHFC Building, Green Wing, 11th Floor, Ballroom A | *Complimentary breakfast begins at 8:30 am
Get a first look at the season’s hottest styles from High Point Market Fall 2019. Style Spotters reveal their first takes on forms, finishes, colors, textures, patterns, and materials that are setting the pace for 2020. And get the inside skinny on why these are the trends to track over the months to come.
IFDA Design Edge Summit
Blurring Boundaries: Top Designers Who Defy the Limits of Design
Monday, October 21 | 9 am – 12:30 pm | IHFC Ballroom 11th Floor, Green Wing
Today’s design world is fluid with crossovers between residential, hospitality, workplace, product, and lifestyle with elements of each influencing both trends and business.
Featured speakers include: Lauren Rottet, Hall of Fame Architect and Interior Designer and First Woman Fellow in both IIDA and AIA; Sheila Bridges, Elle Décor A-List Designer, 2011-2019; House Beautiful’s Top 100 Interior Designers; and Young Huh, Elle Décor A-List Designer 2019 and Vogue’s Young Designer on the Rise, 2015.
These multi-talented, high-profile women designers started their careers in one arena and have expanded their businesses by “defying the limits of design.” They will share their visions, insights, and experiences to inspire and advise designers how to navigate these blurring boundaries successfully when broadening their own design sphere.
Continental breakfast included. Attendees must have a valid High Point Market pass and will earn .3 CEU credits.
DINING & COCKTAILS @ HIGH POINT MARKET FALL 2019
Break for Lunch
Open Daily Friday, October 18th – Tuesday, October 22nd, 11:30 am – 2 pm | First United Methodist Church, 512 N Main St. & The Point (on Commerce Ave next to the Transportation Terminal)
Offering wildly popular homemade sandwiches, salads, sourdough bread, and desserts, Parson’s Table is a ministry of the First United Methodist, High Point’s United Methodist Women. Open just twice a year, coinciding with High Point Market, Market-goers have come to know and love Parson’s Table for decades.
The Crypton Patio
Open Daily Saturday, October 19 – Tuesday, October 22, 11 am – 4 pm | Between Showplace and IHFC, next to the Transportation Terminal
An outdoor oasis in the center of all the action, the Crypton Patio is the perfect place for al fresco meetings, dining, and relaxation. Stop in to enjoy food, yard games, hammocks, and refresh yourself with local kombucha and cold press juice, and a snack from the food trucks between your more serious-minded Market stops.
Cocktails & Light Bites
Koktails with KOKET
Daily Saturday, October 19 – Tuesday, October 22, 4 pm – 6 pm | KOKET, IHFC – Interhall – IH106, Commerce, Floor 1
Take a moment to enjoy KOKET’s exquisitely designed space with a glass of wine!
More to Love:
Friday, October 18th
Baker x Veranda Cocktail Party
6 pm – 8 pm | Baker Interiors, 319 N. Hamilton St.
Join Steele Marcoux, editor in chief of Veranda, to celebrate the new collections from Baker and McGuire.
Saturday, October 19th
Chairish & 214 “Chairity” Auction
5 pm – 7 pm | 214 Modern Vintage, 214 Modern Vintage, Floor 1, 314 W. Russell Ave.
Join 214 Modern Vintage for a “Chairity” silent auction, hosted by Chairish. Industry’s top personalities Celerie Kemble, Cortney Bishop, Susan Hable Smith, Barry Lantz, Lauren Liess, Michel Smith Boyd, MA Allen, Angela Blehm, and Kips Bay Showhouse superstar Young Huh lent their skills and creative genius to 9 one-of-a-kind re-imagined vintage chairs to be auctioned off during the event. Proceeds to benefit The Green Chair Project, of Raleigh NC. Bites and beverages will be served. Come out and enjoy an evening of creative competition, designed to give back to the community.
More to Love:
Eats & Beats with the T Sisters
Doors open at 5 pm, Show starts at 7 pm | Center Stage, between Showspace and the Transportation Terminal
When the sun goes down at Market, relax and unwind with free food and beverages, great music by the T Sisters, and good fun.
Furniture, Music, and Barbeque with EJ Victor
7 pm – 9 pm | 116 S. Lindsay St.
See new collections by Browne & Moore, Korban & Ralph Lauren. Maintaining time-honored construction methods and cutting-edge design, EJ Victor offers handcrafted furniture, the gold standard in customer service and commitment to global environmental sustainability.
Sunday, October 20th
Eats & Beats with Mandolin Orange
Doors open at 5 pm, Show starts at 7 pm | Center Stage, between Showspace and the Transportation Terminal
When the sun goes down at Market, relax and unwind with free food and beverages, great music by the Mandolin Orange, and good fun.
Past, Present and Future: 30 Years in Design
5 pm – 7 pm | Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, 319 E. Grimes Ave.
Join editor in chief Erika Heet of Interiors magazine and Carson Kressley, Emmy-winning television personality and style expert, in a discussion and celebration of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, who mark 30 years in design this year. Hear stories about the brand’s beginnings in the business and their predictions for the future. Cocktails and light bites will be served. RSVP
Lee Industries 50th-Anniversary Party
6:30 pm | Lee Industries, 100 S. Lindsay St.
Lee Industries is known for its epic market party’s so when it comes to celebrating half a century of American craftsmanship the event is sure to be one for history. Invite only – or try your luck showing up at the door!
Designer in Residence Launch Party With Nick Olsen & Elle Decor’s Whitney Robinson
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm | IHFC, D601
Designers will enjoy canapés and cocktails, as well as a meet-and-greet with Nick Olsen, the first Bernhardt Designer in Residence, and Elle Decor editor in chief Whitney Robinson and style director Parker Bowie Larson. Guests will also tour the Designer in Residence gallery, featuring Olsen’s interpretation of the brand’s design legacy. Drawings will be held for a VIP trip for two to New York in May 2020, including a tour of the iconic Hearst headquarters and tickets to the famed Kips Bay Decorator Show House.
Commerce Avenue, next to the main Transportation Terminal.
Looking for information on all things High Point Market? This is your place! From seminars, Parson’s Table pop-up lunches to on-site advisors to help with anything you need, make your way to The Point.
And if it’s your first time to High Point the event below is a great place to start:
High Point’s Hidden Gems: Market Insiders Tips and Tricks
Friday, October 18, 2 pm – 3 pm | The Point
Learn the tips, tricks, and tools top design pros use to work the Market like a boss. A lively panel, featuring Cheryl Luckett of Dwell by Cheryl, Jeremy Bauer and Jason Clifton of Bauer/ Clifton Interiors, and Tamara Matthews-Stephenson of Root Cellar Designs will open up about everything from hot new product lines to where to enjoy the best complimentary cocktails. Learn how to find those hidden gems others often miss, where to find the influencers and thought leaders, how to navigate Market and its eight neighborhoods, and how to find vendors who will keep you profitable and protect your business.
GUIDED TOURS @ HIGH POINT MARKET FALL 2019
Dering Hall Walking Tours
Saturday, October 19 & Sunday, October 20 | 2 pm – 4 pm
Enjoy guided tours of the high-end collections premiering at Fall Market. Join Dering Hall staff on a can’t-miss walking tour as you’re led through some of their favorite showrooms. Meet the designers behind the collections, ask questions, and get a backstage pass to some of the biggest trends in high-end design. Space is limited. RSVP
Style Spotters High Point Market Fall 2019 Tours
STYLE SPOTTERS PRODUCT CATEGORY TOURS
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 9:30 am – 11:30 am followed by an optional lunch
See the showrooms our Style Spotters go to when they’re looking for the best in a product category. Check-in begins at 9:15 am at The Point on the corner of Commerce Avenue and Main Street, departing promptly at 9:30 am.
Saturday, October 19
Gary Inman Hospitality
Showroom Stops: Howard Elliott, Seasonal Living, Nourison, Currey & Co.
Laura Thurman Global Aesthetic
Sunday, October 20
Eric Haydel Antiques/Antique Reproductions
Showroom Stops: Antiques in Market Square, Randall Tysinger, Theodore Alexander, Maitland-Smith, Fairfield
Erinn Valencich Designer-Friendly Furniture
Monday, October 21
Cynthia Ferguson Textiles
Showroom Stops: Design Legacy, Kravet, Fabricut, Crypton
STYLE SPOTTERS FAVORITE TOURS
Tuesday, October 22 | 10:15 am – 11:30 am
Join one of four separate tours as Style Spotters show off their must-see Fall Market showrooms. Departing from the IHFC Building, Green Wing, 11th Floor, Ballroom A, immediately after the Style Spotters LIVE! breakfast
Showrooms: Chelsea House & Chaddock
Showrooms: Nashville Rug Gallery & Highland House
Showrooms: Bernhardt & Interlude/Weiman
Showrooms: Regina-Andrew Design & Arteriors
RSVP is NOT required for the Style Spotters Favorite Tours