High Point Market ~ What’s New? (Part I of III)

|Haute House ~ Tufted headboards were everywhere |

High Point Furniture Market was busier than ever this fall. Since Minutes Matter is in the Suites of Market Square I couldn’t help but notice that almost all three floors were full of exhibitors. We’re on the ground floor and, of course, it is always the busiest and I love that because it makes those 11 hours days go by so quickly. Okay, maybe not that quick. Did I mention as an exhibitor you’re at market for six straight days? We met lots of very talented designers and most of them were very busy with work and most designers were only at market for two or three days. In fact, we were so busy this market I only spent four hours visiting exhibitors in the Suites of Market Square. This is the first market I wasn’t able to sneak away and visit the C&D Building and the IHFC building.

High Point Fall Market 2011 | Very unique ~ If I could find their business card I would definitely share it |

~ Cake Vintage ~

|Cake Vintage ~ Love these paper placemats; they come in pads of 50 |

  High Point Market Fall 2011  |Cake Vintage ~ Here is an idea for all those odd spoons |

~ Sugarboo Designs ~

High Point Fall Market 2011 | Sugarboo Designs ~ This exhibitor has the perfect items to keep you having positive thoughts all day |

| Sugarboo Designs |

| Sugarboo Designs |

| Sugarboo Designs |

~ Dovetail ~

High Point Fall Market Dovetail | Dovetail ~ I love the mixture of wicker, steel & wood |

|Dovetail ~ Steel Lamp |

| Dovetail ~ Lots of upholstered headboards at market this year |

|Dovetail ~ I love round mirrors |

|Dovetail ~ Rustic bed and table |

|Dovetail ~ Notice the bolt legs you can actually adjust the height |

More photos in the next blog. . .

About the Author
I'm a super energetic person that has lots of new ideas always floating around in my head. I own two businesses, Dandelion Interiors and Minutes Matter and enjoy both of them. One business satisfies my need to use my creative design talent and the other satisfies my need to help others to develop their technology skills. I absolutely love my church, my family, my two granddaughters, technology and cooking.
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  2. Casart Reply

    Hi Debbie,

    I enjoy your blog and wanted to mention that we saw your booth at High Point and can relate to not having enough time to see everything. We did see the Tara Shaw showroom, however, that you mention via the second picture above. I recognize that splendid canopy. We mention her on our blog, as she does wonderful work and happens to be located in New Orleans — our native city. We also mention your booth and product in the url link with this post. Cake, by the way was splendid and so clever. I’m glad you profiled them.

    All the best,
    — Ashley

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