One thing that excelled at High Point was the styling of the showrooms. Many of the showrooms had made little areas that mimicked rooms, complete with lots of interesting props.
This bedroom at Hooker Furniture was papered with pages from old books. Unlike the bathroom I did in my house, these pages were just tacked on at the top of the page and left to flutter in the breeze.
Now on to some of the other showrooms… although I must confess, I am not sure which image came from where, but I guessed.
More book pages, this time with ceramic birds. Wesley Hall.
Always classic, blue and white, with a pop of green. Wesley Hall.
Rainbow books. I couldn’t live with these, I’d have to straighten them! Wesley Hall.
One of my earliest sound memories is of my father ticking away on his old typewriter. Noir.
More plates! Lilly Pulitzer
Love the pink and green and the flower in the take-out carton. Mottahedah
Bulls eye mirrors. Mrs. Howard
Drinks Tray and Blue & White. Beeline by Bunny Williams
Learn from the masters!
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