With 44 High Point Market brand catalogs live and searchable on Steelyard (and more in the works!), isn’t it nice to know you can research and plan your HPMKT stops all in one place? Of course, we recommend you visit them ALL, so we’re making it easy this fall by introducing them to you by neighborhood so you can knock as many out as possible without wasting a step! Check out their catalogs on Steelyard and add them to your agenda!
We’re starting this week with our geographical “standalones”. Which doesn’t necessarily mean they’re a hike, but you won’t stumble on them wandering the Market Square/Hamilton Wrenn/Commerce Concourse triangle. All but one is on a shuttle route, so getting to and from them is a snap.
When you have a selection of fabrics this extensive, a showroom just doesn’t do it justice. Greenhouse Fabrics has been serving designers for 4 generations and is well worth the stop on your way to or from Market.
Green Line Shuttle Stop 11
Nobody does cool luxury better than Verellen. Everything about this showroom is understatedly hip, and it’s long been a favorite hangout of HPMKT’s designer “in” crowd.
Green Line Shuttle Stop 8
Are there any designers who leave High Point Market without visiting the Theodore Alexander showroom? Miles of gorgeous product vignettes and unmatched hospitality (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and full bar daily during Market) make it a mandatory stop for nearly everyone we know.
Red Line Shuttle Stop 26
Don’t let the cute facade fool you—all three floors of this Main Street showroom are packed with the lighting, furniture, and décor that’s made Aidan Gray a cult favorite with the designer crowd. With their Diane Keaton collection debuting this Market, the place is sure to be packed every day!