Color breaks out at High Point. Orange sets the tone for bed accessories at Global Views.
Hickory Chair mixes Middle Eastern influences.
Century mixes malachite, garnet and brilliant yellow.
Glitz never went away. Crystals silhouette chair by Elements for Swarovsky.
Bench covered in crystal embroidery by Haute House.
Bed Asparkle by Haute House.
Crystal embedded Lucite table base by Elements for Swarovsky.
Pillows galore - metal accents in the Joseph Aboud Collection for Nourison.
Best of Show: Elaine Smith. More from Elaine Smith.
Textiles were variously elevated by surface enhancing techniques. Irregular geometric quilting enhances a chair at Pearson.
Linen pads an armoire at Hickory Chair.
Linen pads an armoire at Hickory Chair, also shown in gray flannel. Brush strokes - Pair of slipper chairs at Hickory Chair in paint brush design by Habble Construction for Valdese Weavers. Lustrous viscose rug in paint brush technique at Safavieh.
In response to:Photo Blog: High Point Highlights celeste raposo commented:
June 11, 2012
In response to:Photo Blog: High Point Highlights Vikky commented:
Thanks, Chris. I find that most ideas haven't already been thoghut of, and I knew that online gift-wrapping would be out there somewhere. I found a few more sites that offer that service on top of the one you provided. I also found several companies that produce personalized gift cards. I do wish, however, that these services existed on both a national AND localized level. It would be nice if my money went to a locally owned boutique paper store instead of only to an ominous online store that exists in some faraway state possibly even in India. I understand that people who work at national companies (an in India) need to make money, too. But still, I'm all for supporting local businesses first.I'll have to check out Expressionables.com or GiftSkins.com next time I need some gift wrap paper. I should also tell a few of my photography clients about it. Could be a good way to send out their promo packets.Thanks again for the comment
May 24, 2012
In response to:Photo Blog: High Point Highlights Lynn Courtade commented:
Love it! What an exciting market it was! And Hermine would know...great job!