It turns out when people stay at home all of the time… it leads them to want to accomplish home projects that might have been on the back burner for a while. Our clients, new and old, are wanting now more than ever to get creative and get their houses in tip-top shape. And who can blame them when your home is now your office, school, playground, restaurant, and everything in between.
We have had multiple projects come our way during these crazy times, and with new projects comes the need to source a lot of furnishings and textiles. So, we are thrilled to be heading to High Point Market in a couple of weeks. For those who don’t know, High Point Market is a large home furnishings event that takes place in North Carolina in the spring and fall. COVID hit right before the spring show, so this will be our first trip back in a while – and we couldn’t be more excited.
We’ll be keeping everyone updated on all that we see and what the experience is like. It’s going to be nice to get out of town for a bit since travel has been sparse lately, and it’ll be interesting to see how the market has changed and what has stayed the same with all of the new safety protocols in place.
What we do know is the show will be packed full of new designs, textiles, antiques, and more and we are looking forward to showing you what we find. This is a big milestone in the interior design world, and we can’t wait to be a part of it. I’m sure it’ll be like a socially distant industry party!
Here is a sneak peek at some of the things we’ll be seeing at the show:
Alex Deringer and Courtney Cox combine their formal training in design and fashion with their renowned sense of style in Ivy Lane, a full-service interior design firm that curates casually elegant family dwellings that are elevated by a unique spark. Whether an entire house renovation or a one-room makeover, Alex and Courtney’s extensive experience and collaborative dynamic inform a successful design philosophy: thoroughly understand the client’s lifestyle, bring a thoughtful spatial perspective, and enliven the space with the freshest aesthetic interest.
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