Luxe Magazine: Bold Style Shapes The New Season Kate Bergeron, Style Editor, selects her High Point highlights Kate Bergeron, Style Editor,Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine I love anticipating the unexpected when traveling down to High Point, and the Spring Market was no exception. Among the bevy of beautiful things and exciting trends (I’m talking about you, canopy beds), I found myself drawn to pieces with a rich, sometimes moody color palette – strong and chic objects that could truly hold their own in a warm and highly edited space. And as always, I returned home inspired, happy, and hungry for what’s to come in the fall. The Fortune-Favors-the-Bold Sofa The Sunset Sofa by Kelly Wearstler I see this peachy velvet sofa floating in an airy space or against a dark wall. Minimal decor required. The Not-Your-Grandma’s Nesting Tables Belmont Nesting Tables by Mr. Brown This duo is understated but still packs a lot of punch; the white pine finish feels especially fresh. The Décor You Didn’t Know You Needed Green Brushstroke and Daphne & Ian by Kate Spade New York Truth: I love every single piece of Kate Spade New York’s Wall Décor Collection, these guys especially. The Accent of All Accent Pillows Ardmore Lovebird Leopard Silk Pillow Covers by Ngala Trading Co. The Lovebird Leopard Silk Pillows are as luxe as they sound, and each is handmade in South Africa. The Rad Wall Mirror Cooper Mirror by Noir Noir’s Cooper Mirror is equal parts edgy, mod, and stylish, but it also feels substantial and timeless. The Unexpected Chandelier The Bentley Chandelier by Bunny Williams for Currey & Company I would love to see a series of this fun fixture illuminating a long, stately hallway or covered breezeway.