Favorite Finds at High Point

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{A Couple of Pieces from the Collection Barrie Benson Designed for Highland House}

I was supposed to fly home from furniture market in High Point yesterday, but unfortunately, due to the severe flooding and dangerous weather in Houston, I have been stuck in Charlotte overnight. Other than that, it was a successful market with some important meetings, time with good friends, and checking out the latest and greatest in home furnishings for my design clients. There were a couple of big, exciting launches including the ultra-chic collection Jean-Louis Deniot designed for Baker and the fantastic capsule collection Barrie Benson created for the newly revamped Highland House.

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{Thomas O’Brien for Century is always a Favorite– He is a master at accessorizing.}

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{A Tiny Glimpse of the Gorgeousness of the Jean-Louis Deniot Launch Party}

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{It was so nice to see so many of New Orleans artist, Alexis Walter’s beautiful art.}

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{Suzanne Kasler for Hickory Chair is always a favorite.}

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{Pretty Chandeliers at Visual Comfort}

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{Chic Green Stripes from Century’s Outdoor Collection}

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{Black, White, and Pink at Kate Spade for EJ Victor}

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{Kelly Wearstler’s furniture collection for EJ Victor is always inspiring. The details are always striking and amazing.}

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{A Pretty, Tranquil Moment at Oly}

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{Photography via my Instagram @ladolcevitablog}

8 thoughts on “Favorite Finds at High Point

    • Hi Erika,

      I had a lot of meaningful conversations with fellow designers, vendors, manufacturers, even my Uber drivers about the awful legislation while in High Point and hash tagged all of my Instagram posts #designagainstHB2. I had important meetings and commitments which kept me from boycotting and I honestly don’t think it is the answer in my humble opinion. Our design industry is filled with hard-working people whose core values are completely opposite to the HB2 legislation and I didn’t think it would be fair to punish them for one idiot’s beliefs.


      • Thank you. It is lovely to know your perspective and to hear that those you discussed it with are not supportive of such destructive attitudes.

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