Thursday, March 26, 2015

Antique & Design Center Instagram Contest - Win $1000!

Instagram Contest!!! - Your chance to win $1000. to spend at the Antique & Design Center of High Point this Spring is as easy as 1...2...3...
www.instagram.com/antiquedesignct
  1. Follow Us on Instagram!
  2. Visit us this Spring at High Point Market.
  3. Post photos of your favorite finds at The Antique & Design Center on Instagram and be sure to tag @AntiqueDesignCt and use the Hashtags #HPMkt and #HPADC. 
You have until Tuesday, April 21st at 5pm to tag and share your photos and we'll announce the lucky winner during Happy Hour!  You'll receive $1000. credit to spend with the exhibitor of your choice; and we have 70 of them, that have each been saving up the most fabulous one-of-a-kind merchandise to bring to you at High Point Market!

Looking forward to seeing you!  Don't forget we open early at 9am on Thursday, April 16th!

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Connect, Learn & Celebrate at The Antique & Design Center of High Point this Spring

The Antique & Design Center of High Point Market will once again offer you many opportunities to CONNECT with peers, LEARN from some of the worlds most respected designers, architects, antiques dealers and educators, and CELEBRATE great design!


“The People Who Built High Point and its Furniture”
Ken Carpenter, Home Furnishings Industry Veteran and Author
  • High Point Market recently celebrated it's 105th birthday! Learn how it began and ultimately became the world’s largest trade show for residential home furnishings from Industry veteran, Ken Carpenter, who's written a book on High Point’s deep furniture roots and the early leaders who helped the community become North Carolina’s top international business ambassador. Book signing to follow.
  • Historic Market Square - Mezzanine Level
  • Antique & Design Center
  • Friday April 17th
  • 9:30-10:15am
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“Gallery Hopping in High Point at The Antique & Design Center”
Justin Shaulis, Justin Shaulis Inc
  • Renowned NYC architect and interior designer Justin Shaulis will discuss his thoughts on the importance of great art in interior design and share some secret sources for fabulous original works at the Antique & Design Center of High Point.
  • Historic Market Square - Ground Level 
  • Antique & Design Center- Main Entrance From Salon
  • Saturday April 18, 2015
  • 1:30pm- 2:15pm

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 “The Antiques Diva Happy Hour Tour of the Antiques & Design Center"
Toma Clark Haines, The Antiques Diva

  • Toma Clark Haines, owner of Europe's largest antiques touring and buying service company, takes you on a tour of the major antique periods and styles to identify their key characteristics utilizing modern day metaphors and featuring inventory found at the Antique and Design Center in High Point. No passport required. Focusing on the antique trends in Europe- The Antiques Diva(R) is taking antiques out of the past and bringing them into the future of design. 
  • Historic Market Square - Ground Level 
  • Antique & Design Center - Main entrance from Salon 
  • Saturday April 18, 2015 
  • 4-4:45pm

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“The Art of Display"
 Gary Inman, Glavé & Holmes Architecture”

  • Collecting can be a wonderful way to express one’s own story and a home should always embody the lives and stories of the family that lives there. Gary Inman will share tools for helping clients become interested in collecting, helping them strategize about the different types and depths of collections, and teaching them how to creatively display the pieces they collect. 
  • Historic Market Square - Ground Level 
  • Antique & Design Center - Main Entrance from Salon 
  • Sunday, April 19, 2015 
  • 1:30-2:15

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"Be Moved" at The Antique & Design Center” 
Design Life Network

  • Alan Tanksley, Barry Dixon & Gary Inman Share Current Inspirations: What Moves Me NOW!  Grab a glass of wine and experience the live filming of three of the world's top interior designers as they share what is inspiring them now with host Vera Djonovic and filmed by the Design Life Network.
  • Historic Market Square - Ground Level  
  • Antique & Design Center - Nancy Price Home - Space 35 
  • Sunday, April 19, 2015 
  • 4pm – 5pm

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"When New is Not Enough... Creating Projects with Soul & Character using Antiques & Vintage." 
Stephanie Jarvis, Stephanie Jarvis, Inc. 

  • Excelling in an eclectic array of aesthetics, designer Stephanie Jarvis is well known for infusing classic styles with a youthful, modern sensibility. She travels extensively to bring exciting and unique finds to each of her projects. Her design firm is committed to fashioning bespoke spaces using a fresh combination of new, antique and vintage. Come join in for tips on how to create that soulful mix in your own projects. Learn about which objects are always classic staples as well as how to find that perfect unexpected antique that really makes a room. Make your business stand apart by learning to harness the unique potential of antiques and vintage. Keep an eye out for some of these inspiring items tagged by Stephanie in the dealer booths of the Antique & Design Center. 
  • Historic Market Square - Ground Level 
  • Antique & Design Center - Main Entrance from Salon
  • Monday, April 20, 2015 
  • 9:30-10:15
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“Bringing Mid-Century Modern Home”
 Candace & Michael DeLoach of DELOACH

  • Talented brother/sister design team, Michael & Candace DeLoach are not only brilliant interior designers but also a favorite resource for Mid-Century Modern furniture, lighting and art for many top NYC Interior Designers. Join them for mimosas in their showroom, DELOACH, as they discuss incorporating Mid-Century Modern and Vintage pieces to create stunning interiors. 
  • Historic Market Square - Ground Level 
  • Antique & Design Center – DELOACH Space 55 
  • Monday, April 20, 2015 
  • 1:30-2:15

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“From Obscurity to Notoriety - How an unknown painting becomes a household name.” Heather Karlie Vieira, 20th Century by HKFA

  • Heather Karlie Vieira of 20th Century by HKFA, knows her stuff when if comes to finding amazing vintage furniture, art and accessories and is a favorite “not-so-secret” source for her #HPMkt designer clients. Join as she discusses researching paintings she’s found, that were highlights of The Holiday House NYC and a national advertising campaign. Learn how the back-story of original art can bring history and depth to your projects. 
  • Historic Market Square - Ground Level 
  • Antique & Design Center – 20th Century by HKFA - Space 34 
  • Monday, April 20, 2015 
  • 4pm-4:45

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“Antique Picking on the Edge of Tibet: Found Objects in Modern Design”
Chad Newman, Circa Loft

  • The growing trend of incorporating global designs and patterns into modern settings shows no sign of slowing down. Chad Newman, the founder and CEO of Circa Loft, has lived on the edge of the Tibetan plateau in Qinghai Province for almost twenty years, and is an expert on Qinghai/Gansu country antiques. Every antique has a story. Some, more interesting than others. Chad will tell some of the stories of the unique pieces he’s curated from remote farmhouses and villages, and how they can be incorporated in various settings, from urban lofts to mountain chalets. 
  • Market Square - Ground Level 
  • Antique & Design Center – Circa Loft - Space 27 
  • Tuesday, April 21, 2015 
  • 1:30pm-2:15pm

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 "Wine and Antiques: Aged to Perfection or...?"
David Lindquist, Whitehall Antiques

  • David Lindquist of Whitehall Antiques teaches you how to use your senses to authenticate antique furniture. Learn the art of drinking a glass of wine while impressing your clients with your knowledge of discovering restorations and outright fakery. Use your fingers, your eyes and your nose to explore an array of fascinating pieces while joining us for a drink. 
  • Historic Market Square – Ground Level 
  • Antique & Design Center – Whitehall Antiques - Space 54 
  • Tuesday, April 21, 2015 
  • 4pm-4:45

Friday, March 6, 2015

23 More Reasons to Shop High Point Market... Hint, hint... Antiques!


66 Antiques Dealers at the Antique & Design Center Plus 23 More Reasons to Shop High Point Market

These are some of our antiques friends in the area—If you haven’t shopped High Point Market recently, it’s a whole new ballgame! Many more vintage choices for the Interior Designer or antiques lover! Some are in stand-alone buildings and others are blended into new furniture showrooms, but all are worth checking out. Everyone has worked hard to provide exceptional pieces for the design community to pick from.

It’s worth coming early to High Point Market (we open on Thursday, April 16!) and devoting a couple of days to vintage shopping to find those amazing “one ofs” to wow your clients!
http://www.randalltysinger.com/products/details.php?id=112&category=Furniture
One of our favorites... Randall Tysinger Antiques - 208 N Elm St, High Point, NC
 
Antique Marketplace
 6428 Burnt Poplar Road, Greensboro, N.C. 336-662-0544 Group shop with 170+ dealers
www.triadantiques.com

 
Antiques by Zaar
741 West Ward Ave.
www.antiquesbyzaar.com

 
Asian Loft
Market Square 190
 
 
Black Sheep Antiques
101 N. Ward Avenue
Blacksheepantiquesnc@gmail.com 336-432-05656 Taditional English antiques  


Blue Ocean Traders-Gypsy Marketplace
105 Depot Place
www.blueoceantraders.com International vintage and new

 
 Bobo’s Intriguing Objects
300 W. Broad Ave.
www.bobointriguingobjects.com Continental Cool antiques and repros 
 
 
 Charles LaVene Antiques & Fabrics
Next door to Added Oomph! on Wrenn St. and right by the huge chest of drawers!
 
 
Clubcu
305 Church Ave. 888-992-5822
www.clubcu.com Old and new and reclaimed  


Design Legacy


Eloquence
IHFC IH510 Interhall
www.eloquenceinc.com French styled shabby chic old and new 


Genessee River Trading Co.
Suites at Market Square G-2020  
www.genesseeriver.com Adirondack old and new

 
Giltwood
901 finch Ave.
www.giltwoodcom Antique frames and mirrors from Australia-also Reproduction frames
 
 
GJ Styles
212 N. Main, 204 E. Kivett and 212 N. Wrenn
www.gjstyles.com British based old and new

Golden Oldies Inspiration Warehouse
310 West Broad Ave
www.gohomeltd.com
 
 
John Lane Designs/Vintage Studios
Suites at Market Square-G-8007,8009 
www.vintagestudios.com Repurposed antique wrought iron
 
 
Madcap Cottage
128 Church Ave
 
 
Pandora de Balthazar Fine Linens
Suites at Market Square M-8037
www.pandoradebalthazar.com Luxury new and vintage linens


Randall Tysinger Antiques
208 N. Elm St. High Point, NC and 609 National Hwy, Thomasville, NC
www.randalltysinger.com High End Continental and Mid-Century Modern-
877-524-0080
 
 
Roberta Schilling
IHFC H241
www.rscollection.com Brazilian old and new

 
Somerset Bay
430 N. Wrenn St.
www.somersetbayhome.com Fine, coastal styled, hand painted and antiqued plantation grown mahogany case goods - shown with antique accessories
 
 
Tessera
Suites at Market Square-M-8000
www.exploretessera.com Pillow and throws in vintage textiles- Suzanis  

 
214 Vintage Modern
214 E Kivett Drive
 
 
The Wind Rose
701 Hill Street, Greensboro, NC

 

Antique & Design Center Exhibitors 

with additional locations in and around High Point


 
Added Oomph!
500 N. Wrenn St. High Point, NC
336-886-4410
www.addedoomph.com European vintage, garden and quirkey funs!

Caroline Faison Antiques
18 Battleground Ct, Greensboro NC
 
Circa Loft
Union Square 410 English Rd, High Point, NC

Market Imports
100 N Centennial Street, High Point NC
www.marketimports-hp.com 
 
Marshall Clements Antiques
Suites At Market Square
 
The Pink Door
1705 Battleground Ave, Greensboro NC

This list is a work in progress and is by no means exhaustive.  If you have a favorite Antiques Dealer in the area that we missed, please e-mail us and let us know! info@hpadc.com

The Evolution of Antiques at High Point Market & a Sneak Peek Spring '15 Antique & Design Center

Dolce Antiques
The inclusion of Antiques at the High Point Furniture Market has been an evolution that began as early as 40 years ago. It started with a handful of designers using antiques when setting up new furniture and accessories showrooms. Some of the designers rented items from local antiques dealers and others used vintage pieces out of their homes to personalize the vignettes.

Dolce Antiques
Of course, the settings using interesting antique appointments became the more visited showrooms. They presented new pieces in an environment that resonated to designers and store owners alike, giving them a much more complete selling tool for merchandising their own stores and installations at home---and a unique leg up on their competitors.
Parham & Co.
This trend of antiques being used in the Marketplace has morphed into an extremely strong presence on the High Point skyline. Those antiques dealers who used to rent to new showrooms, started presenting their own antiques showrooms at the Market as they realized what a golden opportunity it was. Some of the designers who used to accessorize with their own antiques also started selling their pieces –They no longer just made the new furniture look better: they were actually able to make money doing so.
George E. Shahady Antiques Warehouse
German Favorite Antiques
Fast forward- 40 years----High Point has now blossomed into many Interior Designer’s secret source for their most high end projects. In the past, showrooms would not allow Interior Designers into their buildings until the third day of Market---The first days were allocated to the big “Stocking Dealers”. Those days are gone!

With the strong presence of multiple, diverse antique and artisan venues at the Market now, Designers no longer shop High Point just for new goods. They can buy across the board , finding everything they need for their clients, especially those exceptional antique gems that make them stand out in their field.
George E Shahady Antiques Warehouse
George E Shahady Antiques Warehouse
The antique venues at the High Point Market with the Antique and Design Center leading the way , presenting 65+ dealers and artisans, are all presenting their best curated collections with the Home furnishings industry tastes well in mind!
George E Shahady Antiques Warehouse
George E Shahady Antiques Warehouse
Tuesdays On The Boulevard

Patricia F Allen
Patricia F Allen Antiques
Patricia F Allen
Added Oomph!
Stout's Great Stuff
Luisana Designs & Antiques

Written by Karen Luisana and photos by Amanda Lane Kinney

Friday, January 16, 2015

Nancy Price - Antique & Design Center of High Point Exhibitor Spotlight

Thank you Nancy Price Home for sponsoring the Antique & Design Center of High Point.  Without our generous sponsors we could not produce such a fabulous week of events at #HPMkt!
 Coming full circle the renowned interior designer Nancy Price transitioned, a few years ago, from customer to exhibitor at the Antique and Design Center. Her booth's vignettes are as beautiful as the interiors she so skillfully designs. With a keen eye for color and composition, Nancy creates an ethereal design experience that sets the stage for showcasing her unique and exquisitely curated collection of antiques, vintage furniture, custom jewelry and fine objects.






Show photos by Chandra Young & Amanda Kinney, collage photos courtesy of Nancy Price Home and collage designed by Carmen Natschke, The Decorating Diva.

Market Imports - Antique & Design Center of High Point Exhibitor Spotlight


Thank you to Market Imports for being a Sponsor of the Antique & Design Center.
 Without our generous sponsors we could not produce such a wonderful week of events at High Point Market. 
 
http://www.marketimports-hp.com/


Dan Wilson, owner of Market Imports, just hasn’t had enough.  In over 35 years of buying, selling, manufacturing, trade/antiques shows, traveling, long flights, early mornings, late evenings, good and bad food, and all that comes with the territory, he still finds gratification in “the hunt” and in all of the varied finds.


Dan’s sharp and experienced eye for detail is evident in his 13,000 square foot High Point showroom at 100 N. Centennial Street, as well as at their new space at The Antique & Design Center of High Point on the Ground Level of Historic Market Square. Items are hand-selected and displayed in an interesting setting for easy shopping.  Many items are one-of-a-kind.












Photos and information courtesy of Market Imports.