HPMKT Spring 2017 Events

The World’s Home for Home Furnishings

Don’t miss out on the most exceptional, inspiring buying experience of 2017! The High Point Market in North Carolina is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, bringing more than 75,000 people to High Point every six months. With 180 buildings and more than 2,000 exhibitors, if you can’t find it in High Point…it probably doesn’t exist. We represent 9 of the best multi-category showrooms at High Point Market. You will be able to shop everything you need for all of your projects by visiting our 9 trusted vendors. All of your questions regarding High Point Market can be answered on their website HERE.


Arteriors Home | Fall 2016 Lookbook

IHFC H320 | Hamilton

DV Kap Home

IHFC-D335 | Design Center

CFC & Noir

114 S. Elm St.

Jaipur Living

Showplace 3300

Leftbank Art

IHFC | H304 | Hamilton Wing

Mirror Image Home

 IHFC, H241, Hamilton Wing

Noir & CFC

IHFC | IH002 | InterHall Wing

Phillips Collection

IHFC | C202 | Commerce Wing

Worlds Away

IHFC | IH500 | InterHall Wing


Why You Simply Must Make It To Market


Read the benefits of coming to High Point go well beyond the world’s greatest product selection – READ HERE

Written by Gail Doby, ASID – a business transformation coach and consultant to interior design firms that are ready to earn more profit more easily.

Plan For High Point

Simplify your travel plans and make the most of your market by booking accommodations through High Point Market and using their other online tools: www.highpointmarket.org 

Read High Point Market Authority’s “7 Steps to De-stress You Market Planning” HERE.

What to Pack

Clothing: North Carolina is beautiful in October! Last year was an average of 65 degrees during the daytime. It does get chilly in the morning and at night time, so make sure to layer as events at High Point can go late! Take sure to wear comfortable light clothing that showcases your style and personality but FORGO THE HEELS – at least during the day. You will be on your feet, walking all day long and wearing heels is the biggest rookie mistake for these trade shows. However, there are so many designer parties during the evenings at market, or you may get invited to a nice dinner right after the show. So, bring at least one nice pair of shoes in case, which you could keep in your bag or car during the day.

Carrying With You: Many designers decide to bring a large bag, or small rolling bag/suitcase instead of a purse. Not only will you want to bring with you your own business materials but throughout market you will be gathering catalogs and other items from the vendors. Inside your bag make sure to bring:

  • A large stack of business cards
  • Copy of your business licenses
  • Address labels including email, to ensure your info is correct on order forms as well as to save time
  • Credit references: vendors will require if you request terms for your initial order
  • Shopping list including budget with dollars divided by product category
  • Purchase record: so you have a reference what will arrive at your store, and when
  • Credit card stickers: save time and secure special offers i.e. free shipping, discounts, dating”
  • Miscellaneous
    • Make storage space on your phone for photos
    • Extra battery for your phone
    • Advil, band aids
    • Snacks — Most showrooms will be offering complimentary food and drinks throughout the day so take advantage of that!

Successful designers are not creating their success sitting and waiting for business. They are getting out, networking, learning, and thriving through interaction with industry peers, taste-makers, and like minded professionals. This is also a great opportunity to not only network at fun social parties, but attend education events as well. Learn from industry expects and earn continued education units if you need them.


The High Point Market Authority has updated and enhanced its My Market app for this upcoming fall market. Using GPS technology for building-to-building blue dot navigation, users can map a route from their current location to specific exhibitors’ showroom. Additionally, the app features indoor mapping technology within 6 popular buildings, guiding users step-by-step and floor-by-floor to their selected showroom.

Beyond mapping, the app also allows users to review the event calendar and search exhibitors by applying various filters, including category, style, price point, options, building and country. Now updated with fall market data, both exhibitors and events can be added to a personalized plan by creating a My Market account, which is also accessible through the High Point Market website. DOWNLOAD THE FREE APP


Check out Home Accent Today’s Guide on dining in the surrounding areas during the market.


Learn all of the secrets to make your shopping experience at High Point Market easier.


Saturday, April 22nd

Phillips Collection Industry Mixer

4pm – 8pm
IHFC, C202, Commerce, Floor 2
Phillips Collection is gearing up for opening night of market with a bang! Come by Saturday between 4pm & 8pm for to Phillips Collections’ famous networking event Meatballs, Moonshine and a Pork Belly Carving Station. The event is open to all and was established to help create connections. Sponsors include Accessories Resource Team, American Society of Furniture Designers, WithIt, Sustainable Furnishings Council and International Market Centers

Jaipur Living’s “Sips & Sweets” with kate spade new york’s Debs Camplin

4:30 – 5:30 PM

Showplace 3300

Join Jaipur Living and kate spade new york for an exclusive meet-and-greet event with Debs Camplin, senior vice president of design for the brand’s flourishing home furnishings collection. Debs joins guests for an intimate shopping experience, exploring kate spade new york’s sophisticated and spirited assortment of rugs, pillows and throws at Jaipur Living. Sparkling wine and sweets will be served, as well as surprise giveaways.



Afternoon Appetizers with Noir

4 – 5 PM

IHFC, IH002, InterHall

Join Noir after a busy day of shopping for wine and appetizers to rewind. Noir has over 150 new introductions showing at High Point.

Trisha Yearwood

Doors open at 7pm (Early admission at 6:45pm for guests wearing a Buyer pass)
Center Stage, across from the Transportation Terminal

Presented by Klaussner Home Furnishings

She’s a platinum-selling, multiple Grammy, CMA and ACM Award winning star with one of the most powerful voices in country music. From the moment her very first hit, “She’s In Love With The Boy” debuted at #1 on the Billboard Country Singles Chart in 1991, Trisha has been recognized as a world-class interpreter of emotion. Over the course of her highly successful career, many of her songs, such as “Georgia Rain,” “Wrong Side of Memphis,” “XXX’s and OOO’s (An American Girl), and “Broken” have become well-loved staples of American music. In addition, she has excelled as a best-selling cookbook author and, with High Point Market exhibitor Klaussner Home Furnishings, creator of an irresistible collection of home furnishings that express craftsmanship, comfort, and tasteful authenticity.

Sunday, April 23rd

Brunch with Jay Jeffers at Arteriors

11am – 2pm

IHFC, H320, Hamilton, Floor 3

Join Arteriors founder & creative director Mark Moussa and interior designer Jay Jeffers as they host a brunch to celebrate the introduction of the second Jay Jeffers Collection for Arteriors. Mark and Jay will be on-hand in the showroom for a meet and great to speak with guests about their design inspirations for the new season.

Jaipur Living Chai Talk: Rugs 101

3 – 4 PM
Showplace 3300

Hooked or tufted, loomed or woven: how well do you know your rugs? Join Jaipur Living’s award-winning Product Development team for a special Chai Talk event to educate and inform on the intricate differences between rug constructions – including what to look for in texture, quality and longevity – to help you find just the right rug for your space. Chai and snacks will be served.



Book signing with Celerie Kemble for Mirror Image Home

2 – 4 PM

IHFC, D319/D322

Join Mirror Image Home at J Douglas for a fun book signing with celebrity designer, Celerie Kremble. Learn more about her recently launched collection with Mirror Image while enjoying cocktails


Potato Martini Bar Party at Phillips Collection

3pm – 8pm 

IHFC, C202, Commerce, Floor 2



Afternoon Appetizers with Noir

4 – 5 PM

IHFC, IH002, InterHall

Join Noir after a busy day of shopping for wine and appetizers to rewind. Noir has over 150 new introductions showing at High Point.


Dirty Loops

Doors open at 7pm (Early admission at 6:45pm for guests wearing a Buyer pass)
Center Stage, across from the Transportation Terminal

Described as a band that defies definition, this group of Swedish musicians is in it for the fun and creativity. Their energetic covers of top tunes from pop stars like Lady Gaga, Adele, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, Rihanna, and Justin Timberlake have been viral sensations, garnering more than 19 million YouTube views. Their first original single, “Hit Me,” scored a top 10 hit in Japan in 2014, and the group recently toured with Grammy Award-winning Maroon 5 in Asia and Australia. Be sure to stop by Center Stage Sunday night, to experience this unique group’s, inventive, intense, and infectious reimagining of fusion pop.

Monday, April 24th

Mediterranean Monday at Phillips Collection

3 – 8 

IHFC, C202, Commerce, Floor 2

Afternoon Appetizers with Noir

4 – 5 PM

IHFC, IH002, InterHall

Join Noir after a busy day of shopping for wine and appetizers to rewind. Noir has over 150 new introductions showing at High Point.


Leftbank Art Cocktail Party

4 – 6 PM

IHFC, H304, Hamilton

Join Leftbank Art for their infamous market party with French cocktails and the opportunity to meet the celebrity designers of their designer collections.

Tuesday, April 25th

Chili Bar Party at Phillips Collection

3 – 8 PM

IHFC, C202, Commerce, Floor 2

Throughout Market

Warm Southern Comfort at Phillips Collection

All Day | Burnt Ends BBQ & Pork Belly Carving Station

IHFC, C202, Commerce, Floor 2

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