The Top Style-Spotted trends of High Point Market 2014

The Top Style-Spotted trends of High Point Market 2014

Yesterday was the last day of High Point Market, and we can say it was a wonderful success. So today, we give you the Top Style Spotted trends of this years first show of High Point Market.

But first, here’s some images of our stand where, besides KOKET, you could also see BRABBU, Boca do Lobo and Delightfull pieces.

The Top Style-Spotted trends of High Point Market 2014

The Top Style-Spotted trends of High Point Market 2014

The Top Style-Spotted trends of High Point Market 2014

 

As for the Top Style Spotted Trends:

1. Everything Gold Can Stay!

The Top Style-Spotted trends of High Point Market 2014

Move over stainless steel, there is a new metal in town: Gold. Gold accents are definitely a trend at High Point Market 2014. Sometimes, too much gold can be blingy, but Bernhardt Furniture’s new collection JetSet perfectly ties in just the right amount of gold with accents and pieces. Both Style-spotters, Christian May and Crystal Palecek featured the JetSet collection and also tweeted other gold accents found throughout High Point. Michelle Workman “spotted” our breathtaking Gia Chandelier in gold.

hight point market gia style spotted at brabbu koket boca do lobo delightfull booth

GIA Chandelier

 

2. Hexagon Hype

GEM Table Lamp by KOKET

There has been much talk about the geometric trend emerging at High Point Market this year.

Style-spotter Jeanne Chung spotted the trend developing and chose a Serge De Troyer subtle bone-colored hexagon table to claim.

hight point gem style spotted trends

KOKET’s Gem Table Lamp’s geometric base was chosen by Nelly Rodi as a 2015 trend-to-come.

Gem table lamp at Nelly Rodi stand - Maison et Objet

 

3. Fluid Shaped Tables

Monet center table by Boca do Lobo

No table to fit to be square at High Point! Tables are breaking-out-of-the-box look and into one of fluid motion with unlimited design possibilities.

Malachite side table Chelsea House

A Malachite side table from Chelsea House, chosen by spotter Denise McGaha, has a more structured layout, but still did not conform to square table standards and broke out with a bold teal.

Monet Center Table by Boca do Lobo

Boca do Lobo’s Monet center table has unconventional dimensions but keeps with the trend of fluid motion with the tabletop’s twists and turns.

 

Let us know which trend is your favorite at blog@bykoket.com.

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