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Let’s take a walk on the wild side and visit five eclectic exhibits from the spring 2012 High Point Market!

Having always admired their gorgeous print ads, I couldn’t wait to experience Julian Chichester‘s furniture and lighting in person! Rich jewel tones and tartan plaids joyfully co-existed with mirrored pieces and oversized lanterns in this playful yet sophisticated environment…notice the shelving pictured above and below…female silhouettes and pineapples…what imagination!

below ~ oomph

How could I walk by this fabulous red wall and not stop for a closer look? If you love color, then look no further! Oomph carries a fun-filled line of tables, pillows, chairs and now lighting…my favorite, their tini tables, available in 16 highly lacquered colors…they provide the perfect spot for your martini or beverage of choice!

below ~ Regina Andrew

Absolutely beautiful lighting! How about the Penthouse Chandelier made of silver glass leaves (shown as a pair in the first photo) or the white Coral Chandelier (fifth and sixth photos)? A modern interpretation of the classics…quite extraordinary!

below ~ Tozai Home, Dransfield & Ross

I just loved this artful exhibit…what could be more inspiring than an artist’s palette?

below ~ Noir

With a flair for the dramatic, Noir provided me with an almost theatrical experience…classic forms felt edgy and modern when paired with avant-garde paintings and oversized objects…in this case, the art and styling truly transformed the space…what  a unique and expressive adventure!

photography by danielle boudrot for a thoughtful eye
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