High Point Design Center Ruth's Blog/Antiques By ZaarThere’s alot of buzz going on about the revitalization of High Point and how it can, and should, be so much more than home to the twice
annual Market. I have been a believer of  this for years, in particular at the level of being a destination point for designers to shop between markets in addition to during markets. High Point Design Center, a group I joined in 2008, has this at the core of it’s mission, and I deeply respect all that they have done and continue to do to support this. Yes, it is by working together that we can make  this a reality, and I love the collaborative Spirit amongst the members that emulate this. However, there are many businesses in High Point, available to do business year round, that you might not know about. Some “secrets” in High Point that shouldn’t be a secret if you will.

“We are probably best known for our beautiful selection of blue and white hand-painted
porcelain and antique reproductions of bronze sculptures imported from Thailand. However, over the years, our collection has expanded to include accent furniture, wooden handicrafts and magnificent that are made in other regions and exotic islands of Southeast Asia.”