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.


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.


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


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



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.


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


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


The lines on this armoire are simple and clean.


Nima Oberoi had some really cool, different accessories.




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


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




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.


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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