Places to go during High Point Market


Places to go during High Point Market

October 7, 2015

If you are going to travel to High Point Market this autumn, you need definitely to know about the places to go during this furniture fair. Find out more about the top spots of the High Point Market below prepared by CovetED.


Market Square is the space of five floors of unique upscale showrooms which was firstly a former furniture factory. It was transformed into a beautiful exhibition space, presenting all product categories in more than 100 showrooms, the building features an incredible backdrop of original hardwood floors, exposed brick, massive wood columns and other original architectural elements.


International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC) is definitely the heart of the market. The most expansive property at Market, comprised of the Main, Commerce, Green, Design, Wrenn and Hamilton wings, IHFC features the industry’s top manufacturers. While being there, the most sought-after location within IHFC is InterHall, which showcases the freshest ideas in home fashion from select up-and-coming exhibitors.



Except this, pay attention to Radio Building which is unique in every form and fashion. The building is conveniently located at the epicenter of the downtown Market district, at the intersection of Main and Commerce streets. Easily accessible to all buyers, the Radio Building hosts a variety of vendors, including an entire floor dedicated to Made in America furnishings. Showroom and office space are available. The building is open year-round.

A premier designer destination seemed to be Hamilton Court. the building is situated in the heart of the Hamilton/Wrenn Design District. Hamilton Court showcases the finest high-end furniture and accessories.



There exists also the High Point’s premier building for luxury home furnishings – 200 Steele. As a matter of fact, it offers interior designers and high-end retailers a diverse array of one-of-a-kind and special order furniture, outdoor furniture, art, mirrors, lighting, florals, and decorative accessories.

Are you a designer or high-end retailer? Visit 200/320/330 North Hamilton. You will be in the heart of the Hamilton-Wrenn Design District, where showrooms feature a broad selection of furniture, floor coverings, wall art, lighting, fine decorative accessories and more.


There is an opportunity to shop 70 diverse exhibitors in 220 Elm that features inspiring products in a range of styles from the very most modern to the tried and true traditional.

All in all, there is always a lot of places to visit withing the interior design fair. Stay in touch with CovetED!

Source – High Point Market