|It’s been a week since the last day of the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, High Point Market, which saw about 1,950 companies showcase their furniture and furniture-related goods. It comes as no surprise that the hype is not over yet, there is still plenty discussing Spring 2018 High Point Market insights, discoveries, and trends.
In our previous blog we shared “Best of High Point” from Showroom Software CEO and Founder Brian MacLaggan, this week we’re taking it a step future with our final 5 “Best of Best”.
|Made Goods a brand focused on creating special statement pieces for designers and boutiques. They love what they do, and so do we, their new collection offered a wide assortment.|
|True to their unique identity Thayer Coggin welcomed back the Chunky Milo Chair. Their commitment to modern and classic designs was clearly enjoyed by numerous visitors.|
|Comfort met luxury with the new Tony Duquette Collection from Pearson Furniture. Ranging from traditional to contemporary, various selections tempted many to kick up their feet.|
|A High Point local Swaim, showcased contemporary and transitional furniture, beautifully and artfully crafted.|
|Last but not least on our “Best of the Best” list, we have Arteriors with a keen eye for style and trends offered 300 new designs, with a special debut of their new dramatic and gorgeous collection by designer Celerie Kemble.|
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