Top Color Trends at High Point Market 2016

High Point Market is the largest home fashions show in the world, bringing together more than 2,000 exhibitors in High Point, North Carolina. We had the opportunity to experience the exciting world of home furnishings while exploring exceptional showrooms filled with the top trends in interior design.

As an exhibitor, we met countless new people, built new relationships and did what we do best – color matched! We took to the streets in search of the show’s most colorful designs and created custom swatches for each. Take a look at some of our favorite color trends at High Point Market.

Pink Cares Piedmont’s firetruck, Debbie, is a perfect example of how color can evoke emotion and new meaning. Upon first glance, the color pink is easily identified as a symbol for breast cancer awareness and support.

The pink firetruck, Debbie, was on display to support Breast Cancer Awareness

Taqueria El Azteca was not only known for their delicious tacos, but were easily identified by their red, gold and yellow branded food truck. Who doesn’t love good tacos and branding?

We used the Nix Pro to scan Taqueria El Azteca's food truck


Throughout the show we had the pleasure of partnering with Wayfair and shared their showroom and gorgeous patio space designed by Linc Thelen. We loved the crisp whites and bold pop of color and patterns of their outdoor patio furniture.

Wayfair's patio chairs were on display featuring shades of grey and blue


Décor Fifty Five had an incredible collection of vibrant patterned pillows and fabrics ranging from silk to wool.

Decor 55's selection of throw pillows

Em Soberon produces hand crafted furniture, cabinetry and interior architecture with exotic and sustainable woods. This stunning dining table stopped us in our tracks as we were touring through the International Home Furnishings Center.

Em Soberon featured one of their beautiful dining tables. This one shows the bright orange epoxy and live-edge wood.


The eclectic collection of home décor and accessories displayed by Global Views was elegant and exciting. Each showroom was themed by color, making for an excellent color palette.

Global Views organized their rooms by color. To the left is a room featuring calming yellows and warm greys. To the right is a bright green room, using a playful and earthy design.


Kalalou’s Botanica collection included exotic and wild flowers bursting with color. Unlike most floral décor, Kalalou’s flowers are made with latex rather than silk.

Kalalou's bright arrangement of latex flowers were the perfect palette for us to scan with the Nix Pro


Speaking of floral, this elegant silk flower dress found in the International Home Furnishings Center made for a wonderful piece for us to scan.

A dress made out of silk flowers featured a rainbow of colors like blue, pink, yellow, and green

Keeping with the bright and bold theme, Loloi’s Eliza shags provide a soft texture with energetic color options.

A display of Loloi's brightly colored shag rugs


Peninsula Home Collection Company’s showroom is an excellent example of how ambient lighting can alter our perception of color. It’s a good thing the Nix Pro can grab an accurate reading regardless of the room lighting!

The spotlights on the couch and walls can alter our perception of color. The dark navy paint and yellow velvet pillows would be difficult to match without the Nix Pro