Similar to and for the same reasons hospitality designers gather at the HD Expo each year, interior designers gather in High Point, North Carolina twice a year. At this time the usually small town becomes home to thousands of design professionals, retailers and every day folk who are excited to see what the future holds for furniture, fabrics and accessories.
Fall Market is scheduled for October 17-22, 2015 and is offering a schedule full of informative activities and plenty of time to network, as well as tour the hundreds of showrooms that are excited to share their latest and greatest ideas in home fashion trends. Hospitality designers will also be paying attention to what comes out of the market in fabrics, colors and forms that can be incorporated into their hospitality and commercial projects.
Some trends designers can expect to see include:
- The color orange. It will be interesting to see how well this color is accepted by consumers/homeowners and decorators.
- Details, details, details. The details on any item, including home furnishings, is what sets it apart from another item. This type of craftsmanship will be evident in trims like nailhead or welting, button tufting, embroidery etc.
- The color blue remains an all-time favorite home decor choice. And this in spite of the fact that this year’s Pantone color of the year was a warm and moody shade of red called Marsala! However, PPG just announced Blue Paisley as their color for 2015.
- Global and bohemian influences will be evident in textiles, case goods and accessories. Add your own souvenirs from your world travels for a personal touch.
This wall hanging from Surya is a fine example of items that can be seen at this year’s Fall Market and includes many of the anticipated decor trends for 2015 including shades of orange, global design, plenty of texture and interesting details in the form of fringe and varying pile heights.
Textural wall hanging from Surya.
To view our entire collection of architectural hardware and lighting, please visit our site athttp://www.martinpierce.com
Designers can visit the showroom located at:
5433 W. Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, Ca 90016