Mar 24, 2023
9 ‘Market Pros’ to take over Instagram at High Point Market

Nine design and media tastemakers will showcase the best of International Market Centers’ (IMC) High Point destinations as “Market Pros” taking over the DesignOnHPMKT by IMC Instagram account (@DesignOnHPMKT) during the April 22-26 High Point Market.

“The spring 2023 ‘Market Pros’ takeover showcases IMC’s High Point resources through the eyes of those who are creating, featuring and reporting on the must-have trends of the moment,” said Karen Olson, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of IMC. “They are an invaluable resource to guide designers and retailers as they explore our 17 engaging properties.”

The Spring 2023 Market Pros are:

Rick Campos of the Design Biz Survival Guide podcast and community platform

Rick Campos
Campos

Campos is a professional interior designer with over a decade of experience. A graduate of Interior Designers Institute in Newport Beach, California, he worked his way through the ranks by working at a design trade showroom and then as a design assistant for a notable interior design firm before launching his own design business and retail boutique in 2007.

After over 10 years of high-end luxury interior design, he traded in his measuring tape for a microphone and began to record insightful conversations with fellow design professionals about life and the business of design. Thus, the Design Biz Survival Guide Podcast was born. The podcast quickly scaled to a full-blown community platform, and now he spends his days coaching and consulting with design professionals to help them build better and more profitable businesses. @designbizsurvivalguide


Tamara Day of Tamara Day Design in Kansas City, Kansas, and Magnolia Network’s “Bargain Mansions”

Tamara Day
Day

Day is a purveyor of the glam and cozy. Her sense of style and eye for what works has created an insatiable demand for her interior design expertise, furniture and décor. On Magnolia Network’s “Bargain Mansions,” Day and her crew transform big, old houses that she finds at bargain prices. While respecting the integrity and history of the homes, she integrates modern design, function and style to the spaces. Fans of Day’s signature style and the show can buy her specially curated finds for their own homes. Together with RTA Outdoor Living, Day created a signature outdoor kitchen. She teamed up with RoomMates Decor to create a collection of peel-and-stick wallpaper and with Kaleen for four rug collections. Next, she will create a collection of hard-wired lighting, ceiling fans and decorative accessories with Quorum and Cyan Design in 2023. @tamaraday / @tamaradaydesign


Barry Dixon of Barry Dixon Inc. in Warrenton, Virginia

Barry Dixon
Dixon

Inspired by acres of lush Virginia countryside, Dixon is known for a distinct aesthetic that blends Western styles with global influences from a childhood spent abroad in India, Pakistan, Korea, New Caledonia and South Africa. With projects spanning the world, he imagines interiors that infuse artifacts and antiques with present-day motifs — all preserving the history and personality of the home’s owners and their treasures. His exclusive collections include furniture, lighting, and accessories for Arteriors; showroom design and products for Fortuny; fabrics, trims and wallcoverings for Vervain; upholstery for Tomlinson; and The Naturals Color Collection by Barry Dixon for C2 Paint. His work is featured in four books: Barry Dixon Interiors, Barry Dixon Inspirations, Farrow & Ball: The Art of Color and Fortuny Interiors. Dixon lives and works in his 1907 Edwardian estate, Elway Hall, located on over 250 acres of farmland in the heart of Fauquier County, Virginia’s horse country. @barrydarrdixon


Noel Gatts of beam&bloom interiors in Bloomfield, New Jersey, and HGTV’s “Home Inspector Joe” and “What’s Wrong With That House?”

Noel Gatts
Gatts

In a short time, Gatts has earned recognition and awards for service and design and is now a designer/host on HGTV with her buddy, home inspector Joe Mazza. Gatts and her husband began their NYC adventure as touring singers and actors, but once their second, then third child came along, it was no longer the lifestyle for them. Fortunate to have the funds, the support and a healthy family (thanks to a serious miracle surgery for their middle guy), her family purchased their three-bedroom 1941 colonial “fixer upper” in the lively and quaint Brookdale neighborhood of Bloomfield, New Jersey. Thus, the home design adventure began! Her mission is to create “heart+home+harmony” for her clients and her community. @beamandbloom


Angela Harris of TRIO in Denver

Angela Harris
Harris

Harris is an American interior designer, product designer, CEO, mother and industry board member. As CEO and principal of TRIO, her renowned interior architecture firm, she has spent more than 20 years working directly with the nation’s most prominent builders, developers, product designers and merchandisers. She has been recognized nationally with more than 100 design awards and business awards including Top 100 Giants by Interior Design magazine and Inc. 5000’s fastest growing list. Her robust experience in market-driven design, coupled with a Masters in Sustainable Design, make her sought after for brand collaborations, producing an ever-expanding portfolio of acclaimed designs seen around the world in namesake licensed products. @designbytrio /@byangelaharris


Breegan Jane of Breegan Jane in Los Angeles and HGTV’s “Dream Home”

Breegan Jane
Jane

As a Los Angeles-based interior designer, author, philanthropist and mom to two boys, Jane is a dynamic voice in the industry. She showcases her vast expertise building and designing homes as host of HGTV’s “Dream Home” plus six additional Warner Brothers Discovery shows. As a leader in industry conversations, she participates regularly in speaker series events and champions the motherhood community as she shares her insight via her weekly blog on BreeganJane.com. Further expanding her reach and narrative, she advocates for women and children in Africa as a partner with international non-profit organization, World Vision. @breeganjane


DuVäl Reynolds of DuVäl Design LLC in Fairfax, Virginia

DuVal Reynolds
Reynolds

Honored as “The One to Watch” and “Hot Talent,” Reynolds has been featured by publications such as Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Washington Post and more.

He currently serves on the Interior Design Advisory Council for Marymount University, as the co-chairperson for HPMKT Diversity Advocacy Alliance and recently launched his e-commerce furnishings site, House of DuVäl. He is based out of Fairfax, Virginia. @duvaldesignllc

 


Dennese Guadeloupe Rojas of Interiors by Design in Silver Spring, Maryland

Dennese Guadeloupe Rojas
Rojas

Rojas brings more than 20 years of experience to her residential and commercial design practice. Having grown up in the Virgin Islands, many of her designs reflect the warm earth tones and relaxed lifestyle of the Caribbean. Drawing inspiration from her travels, other talented designers, and her client’s own passions, she aims to create spaces that feel luxurious, inviting and completely individual. Her work has been displayed in a number of show houses throughout the country. Her projects have been featured in the Washington Post, Home, Monarch Magazine and a number of other print and on-line design publications. She is an active member of the District of Columbia Building Industry Association (DCBIA), the Women Presidents’ Association (WPO) and the Black Artists & Designers Guild (BADG). She earned an A.A. Degree in Interior Design from Bauder College in Miami, Florida. @interiorsbydesignllc


Glenna Stone of Glenna Stone Interior Design in Philadelphia

Glenna Stone
Stone

Stone has always had a passion for combining color, materials and textures in an artful manner. Paralleling her creative side, she embraced her strong technical skills and received a degree in engineering from Lehigh University. While achieving much success as a consultant and project manager in the consumer products industry, she felt the need to embrace her more creative side and began taking interior design courses at the Boston Architectural College and the Rhode Island School of Design. Combining her technical and creative skills, she graduated from Drexel University with a Master’s degree in Interior Architecture and Design. She prides herself on being an original thinker, a good listener with impeccable attention to detail, and someone who sees each project phase through to completion. @glennastonedesign




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