Day 1 of Spring High Point Market - Bursts of Color

Furniture, Lighting & Decor editors traveled to High Point Market to see the latest home furnishings, and catch on to some up-and-coming trends. 

04/01/2022
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It's all coming up roses in the Bernhardt showroom, with this stunning springtime table setting by the company's Designer in Residence, Summer Thornton.

On the first day at High Point Market, the Furniture, Lighting & Decor editors were met with bursts of color incorporated into various product lines. From neon upholstery to vibrant table settings, here are some items that might catch your eye while walking the show floor! 

Zuo

This sofa and chair set by Zuo Modern living incorporated every color of the rainbow with a hip "lips" graphic. For this lien, Zuo has partnered with designer Allison Eden – best known for her mosaics on tile and glass – on a line of stunning upholstery fabrics that will be introduced at next month’s High Point Market. The new fabrics, which combine her colorful mosaic designs with solid leather and fabric colors, create a unique look that will give retail sales floors a pop of color many times over.

 

Paragon

The color palette on this wall art by Paragon is anything but dull. While warm tones - red, orange, pink, and yellow - dominate these pieces, they are contrasted by some cool greens and blues. Add these to any room for a pop of personality!

 

Bernhardt

It's all coming up roses in the Bernhardt showroom, with this stunning springtime table setting by the company's Designer in Residence, Summer Thornton. Debuting April 2-6, Thornton will be celebrated in conjunction with the Hearst Design Collection (Elle Decor, House Beautiful, and Veranda). 

 

Aviva

Avivia Stanoff's bright bed perfectly incorporates touches of green, pink, yellow and white. Her chunk marshmallow and zodiac throw placed on top of the comforter offer a simple accent, with a light touch of golden, celestial flair. 

 

Fairfield

This emerald sofa by Libby Langdon for Fairfield was seen everywhere at this years Maison in Paris. It is said to be an up-and-coming color trend, similar to the "millennial pink" trend seen in 2020!

Stay tuned for more trend spotting at this year's Spring High Point Market!

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