Our Five Faves From High Point Market


  • 1. The debut of our New Ironwork Collection
  • We were eager to kick off High Point with our brand new collection of glass cloches. The Ironwork collection revolves around the modern and industrial contrast of iron with the delicate appeal of mouth-blown glass. Featuring a variety of cake and cheese domes, with a mix of geometric handles, no piece will disappoint.   

  • 2. Trying out a new restaurant
  • After a long couple of days setting up the showroom, the Europe2You team headed over to Printworks Bistro and enjoyed a fun meal out on the town. The restaurant was just what we were craving - modern versions of French bistro dishes crafted with locally sourced food. Yum! 


  • 3. High Point Trend Watch Fall 2017
  • An exciting highlight from our time at market, our Orange Colorblock Mason Jar was selected as a trending product for Fall 2017 by the Trend Watch team. Be on the lookout for complimentary pairings of colors like orange and blue this season, as well as styles that are energetic, street smart and edgy. 

  • 4. Talking color with Sherwin-Williams
  • We had the pleasure of speaking with Sherwin-Williams Director of Color Marketing, Susan Wadden about her predictions for 2018. We were excited to see we were already on trend as the colors of our showroom aligned with her vision for next year. She anticipates a mixture of natural materials, modern whites, metallics, greys and greenery. We can’t wait to continue to incorporate this color palette in our showrooms in Las Vegas and Atlanta! 


  • 5. Bringing a modern twist to our Bardot Collection
  • Earlier this year, we debuted our Bardot Mirror Collection in High Point. The salvaged iron mirrors were quite the hit so we happily added new additions to the collection. The wall mirrors have been painted a high gloss white, adding a modern element to the industrial group. We love the refined look of the white, and we hope you and your customers will feel the same.

    Check out the rest of our new arrivals here!

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