High Point Market introductions

HPMA Calls for Inaugural DAA Awards Nominations Thru June 14 

The Open Arms Award will recognize a High Point Market exhibitor which sets the gold standard for inclusivity and warm hospitality towards all showroom visitors, irrespective of their race, gender, or orientation. Exhibitor nominees should additionally demonstrate a commitment to supporting diversity through its employment practices and marketing materials.

Big plans for High Point Market: Leftbank Art’s new designer collaborations and wallpaper

Leftbank Art is proud to debut four collections with top designers this Spring – Pure Salt Interiors, Nikki Chu, Barclay Butera, and Dawn Sweitzer. These collaborations with acclaimed designers serve as a testament to the brand’s unwavering commitment to supporting the artistic vision of the design community while pushing boundaries in product innovation and quality.

Yudi Kaufman, design business strategist and DNN Design Business Blueprint columnist, is sharing how to navigate the home furnishings and design business through ever changing times

Yudi Kaufman’s partnership with Courtney Porter, Editor in Chief of Design News Now, is excited to announce two insightful talks for growing your design business at the upcoming Spring High Point Market,  (April 13-17, 2024).

High Point Product Previews Spring 2024

Abstract line work by a BMX-rider on rugs? Check. Homespun barnwood tables with MCM lines? Check. Exaggerated bangles and swooping jewelry chains on Roman antiquity-inspired lighting? Check.

Design Business Blueprint: Sustainability and Earth Day

With Earth Day occurring near the end of the month, I find April to be a great time to renew our commitment to creating beautiful spaces that also foster sustainability. In this edition of Design Business Blueprint, we’re addressing the topic of sustainability and how interior designers and professionals in the home furnishings industry can pave the way for a cleaner, greener future.

HPMA launches first market boutique in April 

The pop-up retail kiosk located in the Center Stage area adjacent to the Transportation Terminal will be managed and staffed by HPMA. The Market Boutique hours of operation are 1 to 5pm on Friday; 10am to 9pm on Saturday and Sunday; and 10 am to 5 pm, Monday through Wednesday.

StyleCraft is announcing their newest licensed collection with creative artist and product designer Norman Wyatt Jr. 

The Norman Wyatt Home Lifestyle Collection with StyleCraft will debut at April High Point Market April 13-17, 2024.

The Howard Elliott Collection expands its High Point presence in new location

The Howard Elliott Collection, a leading importer and manufacturer of home decor, proudly announces its move to a larger showroom in the IHFC building. The company is set to take residence at IHFC H324, signaling a new era of creativity, style, and growth.

Market musings: Was High Point Fall 2023 a successful market? 

The patchiness of the market’s attendance highlighted that what the big box buyers want and what the new class of interior designers want is diverging in a major way, forcing some brands to pick a lane

How does The Met select their licensing partners?

The Met is taking over High Point Market, unveiling debut collections with Eichholtz and Scalamandre, along with expanding its collaborations with key home décor brands like Abner Henry (furniture), Ann Gish (bedding), Caspari (entertaining), Exquisite Rugs (carpets), and Wendover Art Group (wall art). Scroll on to explore their new offerings and delve into how The Met carefully selects its licensing partners.