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High Point Market Trends: Spring 2024

High Point Market in North Carolina is like a beautiful interior design heaven right here in the USA. It's where most of our custom furniture brands build and make the furniture by hand and all our vendors have showrooms to display their products. Market happens twice a year and new products are released each time. Although the MBI team didn't attend market this spring, here are a few trends or shifts we're seeing in interior design!


Chocolate brown is making it's statement for another year! The walls here are drenched in the brown paint with large-scale graphic art prints layered over the top. Lighter furniture makes this space pop and create a calm, inviting living space. We also noticed the block-style furniture pieces. Larger sofa legs and arm rests give a more modern look.

Speaking of color drenching, we saw another room from the same vendor playing tribute to this trend. A moody teal is a great backdrop from these furniture selections. We love the solid fabrics paired with velvets and stripes for added texture. We would love to try this trend in a study, pantry, or bedroom!


We're seeing more and more natural materials hit the market. From sculptures and decorative objects to pieces of furniture, natural tones and textures are taking over the interior design world! We love the softer and darker tones and how luxurious velvets lay on the materials.

One material we're especially loving is rope. One of our favorite vendors has enveloped this trend by using rope on furniture, lighting, and accent pieces. This feels sophisticated while keeping it casual!


When we think of citrus, we often envision pungent, electric tones. For 2024, we're seeing yellow and orange in a much more muted and relaxed way. We're loving the buttery tones and warm orange and how it balances against white so well.


High Point Market is also a time where designer and furniture brand collaborations are announced! One of our favorite collaborations this year was between Amber Lewis and Four Hands! One aspect we noticed in this collection is it's attention to marble. It's a beautiful material and we absolutely love the historical feel it brings to any project.

If you have any questions or comments on trends, don't hesitate to reach out! Also, if you have a question you would like answered or a topic we could cover in the blog, email!


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