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Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
May 14, 2012

On the heels of its Spring show, Highpoint Furniture Market has just published its Spring trend report. Here are some of the highlights of what was on view—and what's predicted in the pike:
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Belgian influences, particularly washed-wood tones; and handcrafted, with hammered metals, rustic pottery or folk-art references.
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Moroccan, Arabic influences in tiles, textiles and architectural details.
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Tufting, button details on fronts, backs and all over.
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Industrial chic, but this time with an emphasis on repurposing.
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Nesting tables (and chairs and even shelving).
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Chevron patterns.
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
And here's what the Highpoint authorities predict is coming soon to the home front: space age inspiration; vintage bazaar look; birds and blues in a bevy of hues ranging from sea to sky.
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Asian exotica, with pagoda and dragon-inspired references.
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Classical references: scroll forms, Louis (XIV, XV etc) references, Klismos chairs, arches.
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Elephant forms, on fabrics and accessories.
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Pop art.
Highpoint Furniture Market publishes trends from Spring show
Curved lines.

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