5 Buzz-Worthy Partnerships Debuting At High Point’s Spring Market


When it comes to exciting product introductions, High Point Market never disappoints. This spring’s fresh and fascinating lineup proves the reputation still stands. Here, we share the inside scoop on a few industry-shaking partnerships debuting at this season’s show.

UPDATE — 04/16/20: The High Point Market Authority announces the cancellation of the Spring 2020 High Point Market. The next High Point Market is scheduled for October 17 – 21, 2020.

UPDATE — 03/12/20: After closely monitoring the ongoing and rapidly-evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, High Point Market Authority has decided to postpone this year’s Spring Market, scheduled for April 25-29, until a later date in early June, should conditions improve.


After wowing Fall Market attendees with her installations inspired by Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus and Primavera, Sasha Bikoff will be back in the Currey & Company showroom to launch her debut collection of lighting and furniture. Dramatic and colorful, the pieces speak to the Miami modern and Memphis vernaculars of the ’80s. Currey & Company will also add more than 300 designs, including lighting, furniture, accessories and one-of-a-kind vintage artifacts, to its already extensive product line.


Discover the art of simplicity, with Stacy Garcia Home’s designs for Klaussner Outdoor. All polished minimalism and clean-lined silhouettes, these alfresco furnishings were crafted using a mix of materials, including the innovative RealisTEAK™.


But wait, there’s more in store for Garcia. This year’s Spring Market will also introduce the designer’s first residential furniture line, in partnership with Comfort Design. Expect a well- rounded aesthetic: luxuriousness and coziness meet in curved frames.


chaddock sikes furnishings
Called the definition of “all-American style,” Mark Sikes’ Chaddock collection is inspired by the designer’s own fashion sense, signature antiques, and pieces for which he has long been searching. It marries Asian, Colonial, Anglo-Indian, neoclassical and French influences; everything is made to order; and the designs are meant to be chosen à la carte and paired with other parts of your own collection.


Set to begin in the spring, this program will invite designers to do what they do best—design! Through only a few simple steps, professionals can customize a novel selection of chests, tables, ottomans, benches, beds and upholstery. The base, finish, size, treatment and fabric are all up to the creator, and the chests can be completed with specialty hardware from Addison Weeks.

Before you make your way to the semiannual festival of design, be sure to check out the products and trends section of HPM’s website for a complete preview of what’s new in home fashion. Plus, don’t miss out on creating your own personal game plan for market days, with the MYMarket planning tool.