I promise this is my last post about the Hight Point Market. I just couldn't not show you some of the pretties I saw. Without further ado, off we go to "The Salon," an area of Market Square where the up-and-coming designers and manufacturers have booths.


Lots of beautiful abstracts at Charles Harold Co.



Next, Grace & Blake offers great acrylic pieces, lighting and hand-blocked fabrics.




Some very cool lighting and accessories from Charleston's Ro Sham Beaux . . . 

That blue wall reminded me of my dining room.




And more amazing lighting from Lowcountry Originals out of Savannah, GA. These low-country girls know how to do lighting, don't they? 




Next up, some big names in the world of interior design. First, Arteriors. Who doesn't love them?








And last, but certainly not least, Lee Industries. Lee has some of the best upholstered furniture in the business in my humble opinion. I have two Lee sofas and two Lee chairs and have been very pleased with their quality over the years. Lee Industries has a permanent 3-story showroom that we sort of conned our way into (you can't open account with them for less than $12,000. They basically just sell to design showrooms and retailers, so that leaves out most designers/decorators). We just wanted to sit on some pieces ourselves so we'd have that knowledge. The people there were SO nice and accommodating. I snapped some shots of their beautiful showroom.



Ah, heaven. I will be opening accounts soon with some of the vendors shown in this post and the previous market posts. If you're interested in anything, please shoot me an email.

 
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