High Point Market Upholstery Trends

As I mentioned there is over 10 million sq ft of showroom space at High Point Market which means it is nearly impossible to see everything! As for upholstery there were a few common themes throughout the show.

HP tufting
Tufting continued to be a strong presence at the fall show. It was not limited to the seat or back but the entire piece, I labeled this "overall tufting"!


 HP CurveSofa2

HPcurvesofa1
Interesting sofa backs were everywhere which I loved! When a back is so pretty it lets us float the sofa in a room. Some had gentle curves while others had stronger angles.


HPchannel
Channeling, some people love it and some people are not a fan but it seems like a trend and not just for the modern group. These pieces were even mixed with more rustic casegoods.


Both nailheads and round pulls were a lovely detail on many pieces. This Palecek dining chair combined these trends seamlessly!


HPcolor
Colorful upholstered pieces lead to a happy feel around the home.The exaggerated wingback continued to be a trend manufacturers love!

If you want even more upholstery pictures, check out the High Point Market StyleSpotter Boards on Pinterest.


Which upholstery trend do you see using in your home? Tomorrow I will post wall decor and typography trends!

(all images from Jace Interiors: Tufting Picture 1. Lee Industries 2. Parker Ch CR Laine Sofa Picture 1. Lily Pulitzer 2. Century Channeling Picture 1/2 CFC Nailhead Palecek Colored Sofa Picture Hickory Chair)

3 comments:

Lisa Papadopoulos said...

LOVE the tufting, HATE the channeling (looks like a bad idea coming back to bite us from the 80's), ADORE the curvey backs on sofas (very new traditional) and of course, LOVE bright colors everywhere. 3 out of four isn't too bad.

courtney {designology} said...

Love the idea of the round pulls. I would like to see it dressed up a bit more, especially on a pretty chair like that. It just seems bulky and heavy on that one.

Angela Elliott said...

I agree the scale of the pull on the back is too exaggerated and heavy. Actually, I don't really care for the pull at all, its been done for years and I haven't made use of it in my business yet.