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At-Market Dining Options

Your guide to restaurants, snack bars, and food trucks at Fall 2016 High Point Market

Many of our exhibitors and buildings offer free breakfast, lunch, beverages, snacks and cocktails to buyers throughout Market Week. We also provide a wide range of commercial options for guests who would like a more private meal, something a little different, or just a quick knosh or pick-me-up between showroom visits.

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My Scoop: Anthony Baratta

A few High Point Market tips and favorites

Shopping an expansive selection of made in America products, seeing the latest from favorite makers, and getting valuable face time with the companies he works with. These are just a few of the reasons New York designer Anthony Baratta makes his way to High Point every spring and fall. See some of his favorite showrooms, and get a couple of tips on how to make the most of Market Week.

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My Scoop: Michael Tavano

Uncover a few places to go for unique and unusual design

For Fall 2016, the distinctive detail designer Michael Tavano seeks is found in ormolu, the art of metal on furniture. Join the design expert’s expert in his New York studio as he previews a few of his favorite High Point showrooms, discusses some select pieces, and reflects on the many positive changes for designers at Market.

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My Scoop: Jenny Wolf

A few favorite showrooms to shop for fun, classic, or simply unique furnishings

Though she loves the hunt, New York based designer Jenny Wolf thinks the best part of High Point Market is the surprise of it all. Join Jenny in her studio for a survey of the showrooms she’s looking forward to touring at Fall 2016 High Point Market.

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My Scoop: Drew McGukin

Discover the new products and showrooms this design leader can’t wait to see

As he prepares for Fall 2016 High Point Market, NYC-based designer Drew McGukin already has his eye on a few new collections. See the showrooms he can’t wait to visit, and get a few pro tips on how to make your Market Week marvelous.

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Perspectives, trends, and innovations

The Faces of High Point Market: Libby Langdon

The Faces of High Point Market: Hilmar Starcke

My Favorites, with Alexa Hampton

My Favorites, with Celerie Kemble

The Newest Debuts from Thom Filicia

Your Personal Map to Market

What is High Point Market?

Bernhardt Furniture transforms customer engagement with IBM Cloud

Million Dollar Decorating

High Point Market exhibitor Currey & Company featured on leading design podcast

The first podcast devoted to design, decorating, and beautiful living, Million Dollar Decorating features the world’s leading designers, decorators, architects, and artisans. This special episode takes you into the inspiring world of Currey & Co. via interviews with company president Brownlee Currey, creative director Cecil Adams, and designers Marjorie Skouras and Aviva Stanoff.


Business of Home

Editor at Large launches new publication for designers

Focused on in-depth analysis of design industry news, Business of Home (BOH) will offer full, rich business-focused experience for working designers. Featuring more in-depth, analytical stories, enhanced with charts, graphics, illustrations, photographs and a full host of visual tools to enrich your understanding of each story. To see this fresh, new perspective in action, take a look at their inaugural issue.

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Honoring the Best in Furniture Design

2016 PInnacle Award Winners to be named Monday, October 24, at Fall High Point Market

Forty-five companies submitted their most exciting new products for consideration in this year’s American Society of Furniture Designers (ASFD) PinnacleTM Awards competition.

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Good Times Should Get Even Better

Favorable demographic trends expected to continue pushing sales upward in 2016

As they look out across the second half of 2016, industry analysts Jerry Epperson and Ken Smith find good reasons to be optimistic. Buyers and High Point Market exhibitors agree, citing great new product designs that put our industry in position to cash in on favorable demographic and economic trends.

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Celebrating Excellence in Retail

Knight Furniture, C.S. Wo & Sons named HFA Retailers of the Year

- By Robert Bell

Two hard-working, outstanding families received top honors as the Home Furnishings Association 2016 Retailers of the Year at Spring Market. Building their businesses on superior product knowledge, exceptional customer service, supportive and productive relationships with their staff, and strong ties to their communities, they represent the very best in retailing.

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A New Reality for Home Furnishings

Wayfair Next director Mike Festa discusses the company’s new virtual reality technology

Leading Wayfair’s development and integration of virtual reality (VR) technology, Mike Festa works to speed up the rate at which consumers purchase furniture online. While he sees VR as a critical element in moving this trend forward faster, he realizes there are several key issues that need to be addressed first.

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Like No Other Place On Earth

High Point’s Bienenstock Furniture Library is a truly unique resource for working designers

If you’re looking for an enlightening experience while you’re in town for Market, be sure to stop by the Bienenstock Furniture Library. Housed in a historic, beautifully renovated building less than a mile from downtown High Point, you will find the largest book and periodical collection on furniture and interior design that’s fully accessible to furniture professionals.

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Retailers Ramp Up for a Strong 2016

After a lively Fall Market, buyers affirm industry analysts’ positive forecasts

Projecting from their experiences at Fall Market, veteran industry economists and large regional retailers offered upbeat assessments of 2016. The vigor of the crowds, the fresh designs and the frenzy of sales activity all gave good reason to expect good things for the home furnishings industry.

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Millennials Rising

The new generation of consumers has arrived. Now, it’s time to bring them into your store.

Understanding the Millennial mind is crucial to staying competitive in the home furnishings industry. This dynamic generation shares few buying behaviors with their Boomer forebears, presenting challenges and opportunities to savvy manufacturers and marketers. We asked a few industry pros what they're doing to stay on top of this generational shift.

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