First off I have to say that is was an insanely successful market. I found new brands that I love and was reminded way I love the lines that we carry. This market was definitely all about color. It was everywhere from traditional to contemporary, the neutral look is long gone! It was not only color but bright color. It was a feeling of rejoicing going on at market. A time of celebration not just because it was spring but because the industry seems to have gotten it’s feet back under itself. Gone was the elitist attitude that only large furniture stores were going to receive great deals and service. It was about highlighting what was going well in the industry and an acknowledgement that the designer was helping to change the image. There were concerts in the evening and an all around comradely with a focus on social media and how it was changing the independent showroom into a driving force. In fact I was even interviewed by the Winston-Salem Journal to talk about the how designers are influencing the furniture market. So with all of this in mind I thought I would share some of my favorites from the spring market.

Zuo Modern does a Moroccan outdoor wonderland.

Zuo Modern does a Moroccan outdoor wonderland.

A modern look from Younger.

A modern look from Younger.

Classic doesn't have to be boring.

Classic doesn’t have to be boring.

Beach meets fun in this colorful look from Wesley Hall.

Beach meets fun in this colorful look from Wesley Hall.

Great transitional look from Wesley Hall.

Great transitional look from Wesley Hall.

Wesley Hall reinventing traditional.

Wesley Hall reinventing traditional.

Bright yellow takes this traditional look up another step.

Bright yellow takes this traditional look up another step.

A classic Thibaut tearoom.

A classic Thibaut tearoom.

Glam, glam glam.

Glam, glam glam.

Who knew Magnussen could do entertainment.

Who knew Magnussen could do entertainment.

A great design oriented dining look from magnussen.

A great design oriented dining look from magnussen.

Magnussen stepping out with a more design oriented line.

Magnussen stepping out with a more design oriented line.

Lexington updated and adding color to the outdoor line.

Lexington updated and adding color to the outdoor line.

Traditional Lexington.

Traditional Lexington.

A touch of the old Tommy Bahama mixed with the new.

A touch of the old Tommy Bahama mixed with the new.

Lexington updated the beach look.

Lexington updated the beach look.

A great glam look.

A great glam look.

Feizy changed the outdoor rug arena with these great finds.

Feizy changed the outdoor rug arena with these great finds.

A bold new step in the machine made carpets.

A bold new step in the machine made carpets.

Feizy broke free of it's past and brought colors to the fore front.

Feizy broke free of it’s past and brought colors to the fore front.

Cyan design made a huge impact on the accessory market with it's bold showroom front window.

Cyan design made a huge impact on the accessory market with it’s bold showroom front window.

So what is your favorite? I love it all and can’t wait to show pictures of all the items that were purchased for the showroom!

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