My trip to High Point Market with the Design Bloggers Tour was full of exciting market launches, including quite a few notable collaborations. From interior designers to big names in media, there were lots of exciting collections announced that bring brands you love closer to home, and I loved seeing how different new lines expanded upon a signature style or aesthetic. Now that you’re familiar with the showrooms we toured, I wanted to share the design collaborations some of these manufacturers announced or continued to release this fall. Get all the details below!
Aidan Gray x The Antiques Diva
Antiques expert Toma Clark Haines designed a collection for Aidan Gray that brings modern details to classic antique reproductions, like this Louis XVI demilune console with a lucite top and back.
DHP x The Novogratz
The Novogratz family has built a design empire including an impressive affordable furniture collection for DHP featuring space-savvy pieces.
Cosmo Living by Cosmopolitan
Cosmopolitan launched its first furniture collection at market with DHP, designed with a feminine, inner-city audience in mind. It’s full of affordable chic pieces perfect for first apartments.
E.J. Victor x Kelly Wearstler
E.J. Victor continues its incredible partnership with Kelly Wearstler to bring her unique modern sensability to furniture designs. Wearstler’s aesthetic is always immediately recognizable, and continues to push the boundaries between furniture and livable sculpture.
Ralph Lauren Home Collection
Ralph Lauren Home is a favorite in the design industry and exploring the rooms in EJ Victor was a highlight of market. The team at RL continues to produce beautiful collections, and their gifts are always a holiday favorite.
Hudson Valley Lighting x Mark D. Sikes
The latest addition to Mark D. Sike’s signature lines is his lighting collection for Hudson Valley Lighting. The plaster and rattan details were especially well-received at market.
Norwalk Furniture x Kim Salmela
The Bloggers Tour got a chance to meet Kim Salmela to learn more about her design career and her new collection for Norwalk Furniture. Her seating upholstery featured Crypton fabric throughout, and I loved the laid-back SoCal aesthetic of the line.
Thibaut Fine Furniture x Anna French
The Anna French collection for Thibaut Design continues to bring intricate fabric designs to Thibaut’s collections in classic colorways.
Universal Furniture x Coastal Living
In another new magazine collaboration Coastal Living brings their aesthetic to life with Universal Furniture. Their pieces feature lots of light finishes, playful beach accents, and natural materials.