Based in Chicago, Veronica Ferro holds dual bachelor’s degrees in Marketing and Interior Design. She founded VF Interiors as a reflection of her personal design aesthetic. Clients recognize her work instantly for its ability to create rooms that have a sense of creativity and balance. Veronica doesn’t shy away from color. She’s known for choosing bold and saturated color schemes. If the color doesn’t catch your eye first, the pattern will. She mixes and layers patterns in unexpected ways. Everything looks and feels like it belongs.
Every market there is so much to be inspired by. This time what really caught my attention was the use of natural materials. Follow along as I take you through a few products that resonated with me while at High Point Market!
Bernhardt’s new LOFT collection is made of all reclaimed and solid wood. My favorite piece is the Calavaras Bed. The headboard is striking with the organic shapes of the wood.
Arteriors always has some of my favorite pieces every market and this year it was the Sierra Mirror. The frame is made of large pieces of petrified wood. The pieces are made through an organic process so each one is unique. The beauty of the mirror comes through the array of colors and textures from the different woods.
Phillips Collection’s tag line is “every piece a conversation” and it is so true. I had a chance to tour the warehouse and was overwhelmed by the selection. What’s so special about this collection is how they embrace the natural imperfections and turn them into an element of the design.
Thanks for tuning in to see a few of my favorite pieces that perfectly exuded natural beauty at Spring High Point Market. Each market, a new trend or theme really seems to catch my eye. I can't wait to see what's in store for October!
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