“The sense of community and perseverance that this house represents, as well as the architectural significance of its Craftsman pedigree, is in complete alignment with our mission,” said Steven Mandel, publisher of ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME. “We enlighten, educate, and create opportunities to engage in interior design projects for our readership by actively supporting the preservation efforts of partners like the Junior League of High Point. The fact that this project is in the home of High Point Market allowed us to attract some of the most talented designers in the world who have donated their time to this signature Showhouse.”
Eighteen designers will create the rooms of the Showhouse. Two of the firms, Allen and James Interiors and Madcap Cottage, hail from High Point. Other North Carolina firms include Gray Walker Interiors and Lauren Nicole Designs of Charlotte; Raleigh’s The Warehouse, CAROLYNLEONA, and Colorful Concepts Interior Design; and Meg Caswell Style of Wilmington. Bauer/Clifton Interiors came all the way from Juneau, Alaska. Scot Meacham Wood Design is in from San Francisco, and Cynthia Ferguson Designs comes from north of the border, in Toronto, Canada. Andrea Schumacher Interiors of Denver, Colorado; Nashville’s Chad James Group; McCory Interiors of Burlington, Connecticut; and New York’s Right Meets Left Interior Design, Casa Santi Interior Design, Elissa Grayer, Libby Langdon Interior Design, and Root Cellar Designs complete the roster.