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The 2020 One Room Challenge Reveals Its Final Designs

For the first time, the One Room Challenge held an all-digital event with designers working completely via virtual room design and rendering to create settings filled with High Point Market products.

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The designers participating in the 2020 One Room Challenge created rooms filled with products sourced from High Point Market and their designs will be revealed on Nov. 11.
HIGH POINT, N.C. -- Over the past six weeks, 20 designers have embarked on the One Room Challenge. In its ninth year, having facilitated over 4,440 rooms, this year presented a different type of obstacle. Due to the current pandemic, changes needed to be made and designers were up for the revised version. For the first time ever, the One Room Challenge has held an all-digital event. This year, designers worked completely with 3D virtual room design and rendering to create elaborate and beautiful designs while continuing to follow COVID regulations. And, in a time where we are losing a sense of community due to physical distancing, the ability for these designers to adapt and create inspiring design is highly revered!

From the One Room Challenge’s origin in 2011, it has rapidly expanded. In 2011, Linda Weinstein set out to finish a room in her home while challenging a group of online friends to do the same. Nine years later, this event continues to feature some of the most creative designers who have produced elegant and elaborate room transformations.

As Linda Weinstein said, “The challenge will provide participants with a supportive, enthusiastic forum in which to share the process of transforming a room.”

In its ninth year, the One Room Challenge offers a forum for designers to share their work and process.

Throughout the challenge, designers specifically used High Point Market products to aid them in creating their vision. Week after week, the designers have kept us up to date with their design process and shared valuable tips for creating a gorgeous space. Through the use of their personal blogs or websites, you are able to chronologically view how each space has been transformed.

As Linda Weinstein has stated numerously, the goal of the challenge is not a competition but to celebrate creativity, inspiration and original ideas.

On Nov. 11, each of the designers revealed their final designs. To learn more about the 2020 participants and check out each of their blogs by visit: https://www.oneroomchallenge.com/hpmkt-edition.
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