High Point Market Finds

by Laura Casey Interiors on November 3, 2016

Here’s a peek at a few new vendors we found at High Point Market this fall…

“A fresh take on classic design”, Ave Home out of New Orleans immediately caught my eye.

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Their line revives styles such as French Louis XV, Swedish Gustavian, Hollywood Regency, and Mid Century Modern.

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In the showroom, their Bienville chair was upholstered in fabric designed by one of my favorite artists, Amanda Talley.

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I also love the curved lines of this Ave Home dining chair.

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The proportions and finishes are nice on both of these consoles.

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Robert James Collection is another new source for us which”embraces the juxtaposition between organic textures combined with clean contemporary lines”. Both casual and elegant, I could see their pieces in a city loft or a Hampton’s beach house.

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All furniture is completely customizable and they have a range of finishes to pick from.

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The scale of this mirror is perfect for a great room.

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The lines on this armoire are simple and clean.

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Nima Oberoi had some really cool, different accessories.

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Their “Splash” bowl would look perfect on a circle dining room table or a console.

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I am always on the lookout for tabletop and dining room pieces.

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I was also excited to find the vendor Tempaper. Tempaper manufactures a “self-adhesive, removable wallpaper that is made in the U.S.A. and is lead-free, phthalate-free and VOC-free. Tempaper is perfect for DIY projects including but not limited to: dressers, stair risers, cabinets, bookshelves, drawers and headboards.” Their patterns are contemporary sophisticated are  for temporary wallpaper.

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One great aspect of the interior design industry is that there are always new products and vendors.

As I always say, the High Points of High Point!

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1 John Campbell November 3, 2016 at 8:36 pm

You have a keen, aware and distinguishing eye!

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