Everything About The Fall Trend Spotters’ Tours At High Point Market – Being one of the largest home furnishing tradeshows in the entire world, and one of the biggest in the Us, since it surpasses some other major events that are held in New York or Chicago, this is the perfect place to find the best interior design trends for your home decor.
From October 18- 23, the High Point Market trend spotters’ tour are the best way to discover this year fall interior design trends in North Carolina. High Point Market attracts around 75,000 people coming from different areas of the globe. Therefore, it’s a great opportunity to create network connections as well as to keep up with the latest interior design trends in the fall-winter season. With curations as diverse, exciting, and unique as they are, this team of interior design experts will put you on the inside track to the shapes, colors, and textures that are about to capture consumers’ hearts.
Focused on exposing market attendees to the wide variety of exhibitors High Point Market has to offer, Style Spotters Trend Tours, sponsored by Crypton and Studio Designer, has been a favorite program of market guests for several years.
These tours consisted of each Style Spotter picking two of their favorite showrooms around the market and then leading a group on a tour of those two showrooms within a 60-minute timeframe. This program was expanded at the spring 2019 High Point Market to offer two different types of Trend Tours – Favorites Tours and Category Tours. The Favorites Tours, guided by Shayla Copas, Kara Cox, Benjamin Johnston, and Courtney McLeod, will follow the traditional schedule where two favorite showrooms will showcase their best collections in one-hour tours.
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On the other hand, Category Tours will expand the program beyond Tuesday programming, offering 2-hour tours on a specific product category and covering four showrooms each. High Point Market‘s Saturday tours will be focused on showrooms with a global aesthetic and Style Spotters Advisor Gary Inman focusing on hospitality, and Sunday tours will feature Eric Haydel focusing on antiques, antique reproductions, and designer-friendly furniture.