The Latest Looks at The High Point Market

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Green Front is always browsing showrooms to discover new products, trends, and deals. Our goal is to give you the best — at prices below what you’d expect.

To further enhance our inventory, we recently visited the stunning High Point Market, where furniture retailers like Green Front come to get fresh inspiration for their spaces each fall and spring.

2019 Trends

  • Give your home an air of sophistication with dark and dramatic emerald green velvet upholstery.
  • Elevate your style by adding a touch of modern decor. Designers are revamping their look by weaving in modern and contemporary styles with more traditional furniture arrangements.
  • Acrylic is everywhere. Don’t be afraid to mix in acrylic dining room chairs with a traditional hardwood table or pair an acrylic side table with an antique settee.
  • Enliven your traditional furniture setting with rustic materials (See our Naturals and Minerals itinerary for tips on how to infuse your home with new life).

Naturals with traditional furniture  Emerald green velvet chairs

Personal Touch

The market also allows us to strengthen bonds with our sales representatives and build new relationships over time. Due to her strong relationship with Stanford Furniture, Gail Cave, a sales associate with us for 31 years, designs her own Stanford showroom! Check out the photos and learn more about her collaboration with Stanford Furniture.

A Few of Our Favorite Looks

The High Point Market is a win for everyone, but especially for discerning shoppers seeking fashion-forward furniture. We loved these looks from Theodore Alexander, Lillian August, Universal, Bernhardt, and Dovetail. Which of these styles would you love to recreate in your home?

Lillian August


Theodore Alexander


Lively patterned pillows, and plants help transform tried and true furniture setups into energetic spaces.



This transitional seating arrangement feels open and airy, benefiting from a clean and cool color palette and sophisticated lines.


This casual and youthful space was achieved through a blend of bohemian textiles mixed with shabby chic furniture and accessories.