High Point Market Authority Releases HPMKT Summer/Fall 2019 Style Report

The High Point Market Authority (HPMA) recently released this season’s much anticipated High Point Market Style Report for Summer/Fall 2019.

This 37-page report was developed by eight home fashion gurus—all part of the HPMA’s 2019 Style Spotters team—who scoured the Spring High Point Market, April 6-10, for the hottest must-have items and then translated their picks into today’s top trends.

The report highlights 22 different trends, ranging from “Inlay, Overlay, and Texture” to “Fully Functional with Style”, from “Postmodern Pleasures” to “A Sensuous Turn”, and more. In all, the report features 68 different products from 48 different High Point Market exhibitors. All trends in the Style Report for Summer/Fall 2019 may be found and downloaded here.

“Canvassing the world’s largest home fashion and design show, our remarkable group of design leaders uncovered the key global trends and innovative products that will define style in the months to come,” commented Style Spotters Advisors Shay Geyer and Gary Inman in their intro for the report. “With curations as diverse, exciting, and unique as they are, they will put you on the inside track to the shapes, colors, and textures that are about to capture consumers’ hearts.”

Style Spotters who contributed to the Style Report for Summer/Fall 2019 include:

  • Shay Geyer, IBB Design Fine Furnishings
  • Gary Inman, Baskervill
  • Shayla Copas, Shayla Copas Interiors
  • Kara Cox, Kara Cox Interiors
  • Cynthia Ferguson, Cynthia Ferguson Designs
  • Eric Haydel, Eric Haydel Design
  • Benjamin Johnston, Benjamin Johnston Design LLC
  • Courtney McLeod, Right Meets Left Interior Design
  • Laura Thurman, Thurman Design Studio LLC
  • Erinn Valencich, Erinn V Design Group

The Style Spotters program, launched during the October 2011 Market, features home fashion pace setters that showcase their favorite products and top trends from High Point Market exhibitors via Pinterest, their Style Spotter Stories, the at-Market Style Spotters LIVE! event, this post-Market Style Report and various media interviews.

Mentored by Shay Geyer and Gary Inman, program alumni and HPMA’s Style Spotters Advisors, each Style Spotter serves for two Markets over a calendar year. When they source a treasure at Market, they present exhibitors with a sign that highlights the Style Spotter’s name with a QR code and URL for the High Point Market Pinterest board. The Spring 2019 Pinterest boards can be found at .

The Style Spotters program is sponsored by Crypton, Inc., a provider of high-performance fabrics. If you're interested in being a part of the 2020 team, the submission form will remain open until 5pm ET on July 10, 2019.

Visit highpointmarket.org & crypton.com

About the High Point Market Authority: The High Point Market Authority, , is the official sponsor and organizer of the High Point Market in High Point, N.C. Featuring an extensive selection of exhibitors spanning every category, style, and price point, and attracting tens of thousands of visitors from more than 100 countries twice each year, the High Point Market is the driving force of the home furnishings industry. Find the High Point Market anywhere online, and follow on social media using the hashtag #hpmkt.

About Crypton, Inc.: The Crypton Companies have patented and branded environmentally responsible textile performance solutions since 1993. The company’s flagship product, CRYPTON Fabric, revolutionized the use of fabrics in the healthcare, hospitality, government, education and contract segments. Crypton Home fabric is a leading provider of residential decorative fabrics for the home furnishings industry, offered by more than 80 furniture and fabric manufacturers and available to consumers through major national and regional retailers throughout the U.S. It is also offered to the residential design trade through major trade-only showrooms. In 2013, Crypton acquired Nanotex, which was among the first to market nanotechnology solutions for textiles in the apparel and home furnishing markets.