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Company C Celebrates Its 20 Years at High Point

Company C

CONCORD, N.H.–Company C will celebrate its colorful 20 years in business at the upcoming High Point Market, along with its presentation of the Spring 2014 line and its newly renovated and expanded showroom in the International Home Furnishings Center, D-431. “The past 20 years have been a great journey, one that started with passion andMore »

Last updated: October 14, 2013

High Point Panel to Discuss Consumer Attitudes About Sustainable Furnishings


CHAPEL HILL, N.C.–The Sustainable Furnishings Council will host a panel discussion and luncheon during High Point Market that will help retailers understand consumers’ current attitudes about—and purchase intentions of—sustainable furnishings. Prominent retailers Mitchell Gold, founder of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams; Steve Freeman, vendor resource manager of Room & Board; and Peggy Burns, owner ofMore »

Last updated: October 11, 2013

Loloi Rugs to Debut Expanded Showroom, Pillow Line in High Point


DALLAS–At next month’s High Point Market, Loloi Rugs will unveil its newly expanded showroom in the International Home Furnishings Center. With almost 3,000 square feet of additional space for a total of 17,500 square feet, the showroom, in #D-320, will feature the debut of Loloi’s new decorative pillow line, as well as seven new indoor/outdoorMore »

Last updated: September 20, 2013

PORT 68 to Launch Licensed Collection with Scalamandré

Port 68 Scalamandré

CHICAGO–Renowned high-end textiles house Scalamandré has partnered with lighting, accents and home decor resource Port 68 for a licensed collection of lighting, accent upholstery and decor that will debut at the upcoming October High Point Market. The Scalamandré Maison for Port 68 line will be inspired by Scalamandré’s signature fabrics and wallcovering, and design refinementsMore »

Last updated: August 20, 2013

Kenroy Acquires New High Point Showroom

Kenroy Home

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–Kenroy Home will relocate to a larger, remodeled space in the IHFC building, #H-333, for High Point Market. With almost 50 percent more usable display space than its previous location in the IHFC, the company will now be able to show additional ceiling and wall fixtures, a product segment typically featured at other shows,More »

Last updated: August 14, 2013