The fall High Point Market is a little less than a month away, and I am so excited to return as a Style Spotter for the second time! My first opportunity as a style spotter was at the spring market back in April, and I had such a fun experience exploring the new collections from some of the best designers and vendors in the world. You can find a recap of my spring market adventures .

Now that I have one market experience as a Style Spotter under my belt, I am even more excited to return for round two as a seasoned pro in the style-spotting department. While many designers keep their new collections under wraps until the big reveals at market, I was able to check out pieces from a few of the top vendor’s collections for a Twitter chat I participated in with my fellow Style Spotters. From what I have seen, the fall market will not disappoint!

From blush fabrics to brass finishes, here are some of my favorite pieces I have uncovered so far.

modern-brass-table

 1) Gus* Design Group Aubrey Sofa

The blush fabric of this Aubrey Sofa by caught my eye, and the clean, classic lines have my style written all over it – LOVE! I would put this piece in one of my Classically Current designs any day.

blush-couch

2) Made Goods Laszlo Chandelier

I’ve had the opportunity to design a few nautical interiors (), and this new take on a rope fixture creates a lovely option to bring the outdoors in. I can totally see this chandelier above the dining room table of a fab seaside oasis.

nautical-chandelier

3) SHO Modern Lustre Tables

Sometimes, all a room needs is a touch of polished brass to give an interior an elegant, chic look. This Modern Lustre Table from is just the ticket to one unforgettable design.

modern-brass-table

4) Capel Rug’s Bengal Collection

I love the intricate, geometric designs of ’s new Bengal collection, and the oyster colorway has a top spot on my list. It’s warm and romantic – perfect for a Colorado cottage escape!

cozy-rug

5) R.T. Furniture Inc. Round Rock Martini Table

This little table by . is cute as a button. I love how the geometric designs reference encaustic tile- a fun optical illusion bound to capture the attention of your guests!

geometric-table

Choosing some of my favorite pieces for the Twitter chat definitely increased my excitement for the fall market, and I am officially counting down the days until the October festivities. To discover more finds from the other style spotters, check out the hashtag #HPMKT on Twitter for a recap of the full chat!

As always, for more style inspiration, head over to my and .

-XO, LU

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