Next stop Century This post won't be filled with much content, I'll let the pictures do the talking. Enjoy!
Ok, so here we go. next stop ;
comeback. The plaid chairs were a favorite for me. I love this look, it really just makes you want to snuggle up for a good read.
This time of year I venture off to High Point, N.C. where I meet up with a couple of my friends who are also designers. We check out what's new, look for things for our clients, meet new friends, take in a few seminars and have an all around great time . This market was just as fun so I thought I'd give you a peek inside. First, a visit to Palecek , where I met the awesome Jeffery Alan Marks. You may remember him from Bravo's "Million Dollar Decorator's " show. He a was there to introduce his new Palo Alto collection, which is a complement to his La Jolla Collection. All I can say is casual, refined, beautiful! Jeffery also has a new book release out which really showcases his breezy beach style. His book is a must have!
Next stop , seeing what's new and hot . This light fixture is just gorgeous, I would love to use it in a clients space.
What a great piece. The tray glides across the bench,and look at the legs!
This was just a gorgeous piece, notice how the front curves .
There are no words for how I feel about this chair!
Whew! and we were just getting warmed up! Stay tuned, I've got a lot more to show you. Until next time Live Life Beautifully!
|Jeffrey Alan Marks new collection for Palecek|
|Jeffery Alan Marks and Me. Don't judge! it's a phone pic and really bad lighting|
It's almost that time again! I love going to the High Point Home Furnishings Market. I am always so creatively energized (and physically exhausted) when I return. I love the seminars that are held to improve our business and how I am inspired by the new product which allows me to deliver on the best space possible for my clients. Of course it's always nice to meet new friends in the business as well. I am so looking forward to it once again and posting about it later. I have learned over the years (my first trip actually) that comfort is key, weather is unpredictable, but inspiration is unlimited. Here's a few pic's from markets past.
Live Life Beautifully!