Day One: High Point Fall Furniture Market.
Where to begin? There were so many great new finds on our first day at market. Here is a bunk bed we call the White House Bunk.
With this bunk bed, budding artists are able to create works of art right on the ends of their bed. Notice the conveniently placed pen holders along the top rail of the bottom bunk. You can also post messages, homework or other masterpieces on the magnetic whiteboard.
Here is a soothing lavender suite in a velvety fabric with a touch of bling.
Stuck in a corner with faux leather might be alright for the night.
Winner of the day was the Zip-a-Bed combo cover.
Every day parents ask us “how do you make a bunk bed?” Finally we have found an excellent answer. Now there is an all in one system (sort of like sheets and bed cover built together) with an easy-zip side closure that not only makes it easy to get your bunk bed looking neat and tidy, but does so in a snap. This versatile design zips open at both the head and foot of bed. They will be available in a wide selection of soft and cuddly fabrics. The 100% brushed polyester microfiber makes the Zip-a-Bed easy care; machine washable and will tumble dry with minimal wrinkling. Innovative construction, sewn corners and under-bed straps secure the Zip-a-Bed to the mattress without smashing your hands in the side rails. Soon available in either twin or full size.
The Phillips Collection offered an end of day elixir for sore feet – Moonshine for tired dogs! Luckily my dogs walked the day away in ugly clogs. So, no sore feet, and being not brave of heart, I passed on this opportunity. But tell me please, is there Moonshine sold in Minnesota, or just not a Yankee thing?