6 Decor Trends From High Point Market
'Tis the season to find out what's trending in the home arena as one of the top furniture and decor fairs in the nation just wrapped. Donna Garlough, Style Director, Joss & Main reports on the trends spotted at this season's High Point Market in North Carolina:
Black Marble "Black marble with white veining, which was so popular 30 years ago, is definitely having a moment right now in home decor. Both real and faux, black marble is being used on console tables, lamp bases and decorative pieces like bookends and paperweights. It pairs brilliantly with brass, which has also been trending in a big way," says Garlough
Tribal Textiles She continues, "The boho and Southwestern looks are just as popular in home décor as they are in apparel. Pillows with Aztec-inspired geometrics, Moroccan-style shag rugs with asymmetric pattern, and fabrics inspired by African mudcloth were around every corner."
Peacock Blue "Halfway between deep teal and navy blue, this shade has been creeping into interiors for years, and this market was no exception. Paired with contrasting shades like rusty orange, olive, and mushroom gray, it's a saturated tone is great for a dramatic his-and-hers space," says Garlough.
Curly Wool "Often called Tibetan wool or Mongolian wool, curly lambswool is everywhere—it's glamorous and a little bit wild. Find it on pillows, upholstered vanity stools and end-of-bed benches. There are even entire chairs covered in the shaggy, wavy fur! It's irresistible. You just can't help but to walk up and touch it," the expert says.
Copper "Brass is definitely designer's current darling, because it can go glam, preppy, or elegant traditional depending on what it's paired with. But another metal that is getting hotter by the moment is copper. It's showing up in pendant lights, metal accent tables and small accessories like hammered-copper trays, which are an easy way to incorporate the trend."
Baby Pink She continues, "Pale, chalky blush tones are popping up everywhere—from beaded chandeliers to pillows to and knotted flatwoven rugs. To keep it from going too girly, pair it with charcoal gray or a graphic black-and-white palette."