High Point Furniture Market Trend ... Botanicals

There is nothing like a room full of botanical details and we got lots to be inspired by this past market! High Point Spring Market was pushed to June because of the pandemic. It was great to see people really walking around market - although not as full as usual, it was definitely a step in the right direction. I was so excited to see people and people were excited to be seen. There is already hopeful energy around October's market. 

 I'm a big fan of rich green tones, chintzes, flower prints and accents - so yay! You can spruce up a traditional space, bring peace into a room and add more depth easily with this trend. 

I've rounded up a few of my favorites... 

Highland House, High Point Market, June 2021

Highland House

Tommy Mitchell, vine series, fruits, vegetables

Tommy Mitchell

Regina Andrew, Made in Detroit, Lamp

Regina Andrew Design


Mainly Baskets, Sarah Bartholomew, garden collection

Sarah Bartholomew for Mainly Baskets Home - The Garden Collection

Farfalle Sconce, Visual Comfort, Julie Neill

Julie Neill for Visual Comfort 

Corbett Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting Group, Parc Royale Chandelier

Corbett Lighting

 Antiques, High Point Furniture Market, Screen,

Antique at High Point Market

Piper Collection, Lola Pillow

Piper Collection

 Famille Rose Green Stool Bird Floral Motif, Legends of Asia

Legends of Asia

Cyan Designs, Ulla Table

Cyan Designs

Hickory Chair

Hickory Chair

OK - y'all that was a big inspiring download for me, what about you? Which is your favorite piece or vignette? Let me know! I want to hear all your thoughts!

xoxo - Christine

1 comment

Oh my gosh. Those Julie Neil sconces are to die for. I love all the new botanicals out right now. They are stunning. Tommy Mitchell just brings it every time and mainly baskets has such a fresh take. Thank you for sharing

Elizabeth Myers

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