In April I attended the High Point Spring furniture market. It was such a fun trip that I want to share some of my favorite finds from market. Natural materials (or faux-natural materials) were everywhere. This photo from the Regina Andrew showroom is a great example. The faux shagreen covered chest and mirror, the marble lamps, and the shells are beautiful. Even the hardware on the chest looks like gold-leafed twigs.
Below is another shot from their showroom. I love this sconce that looks like driftwood that again has been gold-leafed.
Emporium Home, my favorite new source for furniture and lighting, also used a gorgeous mix of natural materials in their pieces. In the picture below, the cocktail table is bone and mother-of-pearl and the accent table is studded with faceted pieces of quartz.
Another spectacular piece from Emporium Home is this chandelier with slices of natural agate shading the lights!
Currey & Company has some outstanding natural chandeliers too, including this one with dangling shells.
I saw lots of teak furniture like this accent table from Interlude of natural teak and cracked resin.
And this beautiful table in wood with lucite, which I think is from Amy Howard.
High Point market is twice a year. I can’t wait to go back in October for more design inspirations!