Saturday, April 14, 2018

Celebrate Good Times!

Louis & Lavender
Lots to celebrate this Spring!  You will not want to miss any of the fabulous dealers in our beautiful new space!  Louis & Lavender, Kristy Cohn, DELRAY & Associates, Dalton Bain, Djem Unique Design, Architectural Anarchy, Maria's Antiques, Very Vintage Villa, LaDonna Antiques & Interiors, and Ameritiques!
Ribbon Cutting of our newly expanded space at Antique & Design Center
DELRAY and Associates
Djem Unique Design
Architectural Anarchy
LaDonna Antiques & Interiors
Maria's Antiques & Very Vintage Vault

Dalton Bain
Very Vintage Villa and Maria's Antiques

Monday, April 2, 2018

Please Join Us...

 Antique & Design Center of High Point
Spring 2018 

Opening Night Celebration at the Antique & Design Center
Thursday, April 12, 4-7pm
Join us for a glass of champagne and hors d’oeuvres as we celebrate the grand opening of our newly expanded space at the Antique & Design Center!  Whether you’re an exhibitor who's just finished setting up, or a buyer that is hitting the town early, you won’t want to miss the excitement this Spring at the ADC as we kick off a fabulous Market!

The Antiques Diva Early Bird Tour of The Antique & Design Center
Friday, April 13th at 4pm (Happy Hour)
You haven’t shopped High Point Antique & Design Center until you’ve done it Diva Style with Toma Clark Haines, CEO of the world’s largest antiques touring company The Antiques Diva & Co, which operates private buying tours in Europe, Asia and America.  An expert in Global Sourcing, The Antiques Diva takes you on a whirlwind tour teaching you the major antique periods and styles, giving hints and tips on identifying key characteristics and distinguishing period pieces from modern forgeries.  As she introduces you to her favorite dealers at the ADC she will share what's hot in antiques and what's not - and how you can use this information to get the best prices on the best pieces.  Join this Diva on an Early Bird Tour - No Passport Required.

Weekend Bubbly Brunch at The Antique & Design Center
Saturday and Sunday, April 14 & 15, 9:30am-11:30am
Enjoy a glass of bubbly with biscuits and other southern brunch favorites as you begin your day of treasure hunting at the Antique & Design Center on Ground level of Historic Market Square.  With an addition of over 6600 square feet, you won’t want to miss a single square inch of soul nourishing goodness.

An Afternoon Pick-Me-Up of Gelato & Coffee at the Antique & Design Center
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 16, 17, 18, 1:00pm-3:00pm
Sweeten your afternoons with Gnam Gnam Gelato and coffee to accompany your one-of-a-kind buying adventures at the Antique & Design Center on Ground level of Historic Market Square. With an addition of over 6600 square feet, you won’t want to miss a single square inch of soul nourishing goodness.

Happy Hour at The Antique & Design Center
Daily, 4-7pm April 12th-17th
Make the last few hours of the day the best, with a taste of Whiskey made right here in North Carolina, compliments of Troy & Sons Distillers, to accompany your Happy Hour shopping at The Antique & Design Center.

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Sunday, March 25, 2018

Exhibitor Spotlight - Maria's Antiques

Maria Cohen officially opened Maria's Antiques in Charlotte, NC over 20 years ago, but her love of antiques began decades prior.
Perhaps her own personal history, as a Cuban immigrant forced to leave everything behind, fueled her passion and appreciation for objects that have a little history attached to them. She had none of her own family treasures to pass down, so she adopted the discarded mementos of others.

Eventually, she realized she needed to channel the energy spent on this hobby into a business that enabled her to share a love of personal histories with others.

She travels to Europe regularly, always in search of special and unique items for her customers, specializing in English and French antiques as well as Victorian bamboo furniture and accessories.

Maria’s Antiques operates out of two fixed locations in Charlotte: Alexander Scott and Slate Interiors.

We are excited to have her exhibiting at Antique & DesignCenter of High Point for the first time this Spring in space 64d.
Please follow her on Instagram ( for photos, videos and updates.


Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Exhibitor Spotlight - RoyLe (and LeRoy)

Located in Miami, FL and at NYDC in New York, RoyLe specializes in Mid-Century Modern and Vintage designs by the most notable designers, including Gabriella Crespi, Karl Springer, Paul Evans, Milo Baughman, Enrique Garcel, Vladimir Kagan, and many more.

You probably discovered them on mezzanine last Fall and instantly fell in love, BUT for their second time around at the Antique & Design Center at High Point Market you will find them in their NEW location on Ground level, MS G-17 ADC.  (right beside the central staircase) April 12-18, 2018!

Joe Collins, owner and Daniel Antonini, showroom manager of RoyLe

Between Markets you can find them at 849 NE 125th St, Miami, FL 33161 or on Their website offers only a taste of their inventory so if there are specific pieces you are seeking please let them know or visit their gallery for that personal experience.

The real star of the show, LeRoy

New Inventory arriving daily!

Monday, March 5, 2018

Exhibitor Spotlight - Caroline Faison Antiques - A Family Affair

Caroline Faison opened her shop, Caroline Faison Antiques forty eight years ago, in the location where it remains today. As her life is colorful and expansive, so is her shop. Regarded as one of the most original and adventurous collectors and dealers, Caroline's reputation is known world-wide. Her unique personality, sense of style and humor are reflected in the company she loves as much today as she did forty eight years ago.

Ben Cochrane, Caroline’s grandson moved to Greensboro three years ago from Richmond, Va to help grow the family business. As he grew up in and around antiques his entire life he was taught an appreciation for all things old by his mother, Kim Faison, also an antiques dealer. With a goal of reaching younger collectors through the internet and antiques shows around the country, Ben is dedicated to carrying on the family tradition of bringing quality antiques and decorations to the next generations.

Caroline and Ben travel together all over Europe as well as the US in search of unique pieces for the home. You can find them at The Antique & Design Center on Ground level of Historic Market Square in space MS G-42b ADC and the rest of the year at their shop at 18 Battleground Ct, Greensboro NC.

 Story and photos courtesy of Caroline Faison Antiques.

Friday, March 2, 2018

Exhibitor Spotlight - Counter Culture

Counter Culture - An Obsession with The Remarkable

“I think I have an addictive personality.” Says Chad Kilgore of Counter Culture, “(That's what my mom tells me anyway).” Anything he’s dedicated himself to almost seems to cross into obsession. It was football for 21 years of his life. At 26 that chapter came to a close and he knew he needed another outlet for his energy but had no idea what it was going to be.

He got started dealing in antiques thanks to his parents who had collected, bought and sold as long as he could remember. He grew up around quality objects and subconsciously learned what makes something worth collecting. His first antique show was in the Spring of 2015 in Round Top, TX with a hodgepodge of things he liked. It went fairly well for little to no experience other than what his parents had taught him.

At first he thought he could have a little fun and make a little money while he figured out what he really wanted to do with his life. As it turns out what he really wanted to do is be creative for a living and answer to no-one but himself.  He really enjoys making things that people love, whether it's an overall aesthetic, object, or art piece. This has now turned itself into an obsession all its own.

He and his fiancé recently welcomed a baby girl to the family who has also become an object of his obsessive attention. She'll no doubt enjoy that in her teenage years.

Creating a better life for his little family and creating things that are remarkable (worthy of someone making a remark about) are what keeps him pushing higher every day. Because it's a noisy world and average is unremarkable. 

Counter Culture can be found at The Antique & Design Center of Ground level of Historic Market Square in space MS G-38 ADC

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Exhibitor Spotlight: Punch Jones

Punch Jones is really a love story, and all love stories begin with a journey. It’s about coming to Florida on a whim, and deciding to take a risk. It’s about falling in love with a building, and letting it lead you on an incredible journey. The building was a Gulf gas station, built on Anastasia Island in 1935, at the foot of the Bridge of Lions. 
When Heidi Hall-Jones found the building in 1992 it had fallen into considerable disrepair, and no sane person would have taken it on. It was love at first sight, and what followed over the next 18 months was a total transformation. What she didn’t appreciate at the time was that she was being transformed as well. 
The building was a classroom as she honed her eye and design skills, providing a steady backdrop as her tastes and knowledge of antiques and vintage furniture evolved. Amazingly, twenty five years later, the building has remained somehow perfectly fresh and in style even as her tastes and preferences continue to evolve. 

 When someone asks her what her style is, she says, “it’s Punch style.” 
It’s elegant and casual, streamlined and curvaceous, the antique paired with the modern. She likes beautiful things with a provenance and a pedigree equally with the funky, unusual, and unexpected. Punch Style is about creating a space that is equal parts sanctuary and laboratory, playful and beautiful, an unmistakable vibe. 

Some people would call that a love story. 

You can once again find Punch Jones at The Antique & Design Center on the Ground level of Historic Market Square, space MS-G 8 ADC.