Interior Design Trends at High Point Furniture Market 2011
It is a wonderful transformation to a confident personalized design aesthetic. A creative, unique, one of a kind look that truly reflects client expectations when working with a professional designer. The viewpoint of today’s more sophisticated client who want their designer to push boundaries and to include a truly eclectic vision that is trend forward and classic when creating a design plan for transformation of their residence.
I have so much to share with you but I want to start with a few examples of how the stylists have taken Natural Elements and created amazing vignettes that show vision and today’s trend forward concepts which inspire us after such a long, cold winter.
I hope you enjoy this stylish decor and I look forward to your comments!
This unusual combination of natural elements seems to be a more traditional presentation. However, a closer look indicates the twist of combining a dinosaur like bone juxtaposed alongside a simple glass jar filled with fresh cherry blossom buds. I feel this is yet another fantastic example of the “Design Mix” displayed at this High Point Furniture Market.
A Sophisticated Mix
This vignette creates a bold statement using a contemporary mix of design elements to present natural wood on a modern metal base. The accessories and linen blend fabric selection also add to the interest of the High Point presentation. Fresh and a little unexpected yet, a practical interpretation of the Mix.
Natural elements Create Artistic Impression
Here at High Point Furniture Market 2011 this spring the design trend continued with this wonderful interpretation of “The Design Mix” as modern art employing all natural wood elements in a fresh bold statement. The large expansive presentation against the white wall can easily be transitioned to both residential and corporate environments.
Some other great designers at Market this year include Bedminster, N.J. interior designer Susan Miniman, the spectacular Washington, D.C. interior designer Ebonee Bachman of Moonlight Interiors, and the Bellevue interior designer Michelle Yorke.