Seven new exhibitors to debut in High Point's Showplace
Furniture Today Staff -- Furniture Today, September 24, 2013
HIGH POINT — Seven new vendors will be showcasing product inside Showplace during the Oct. 19-24 High Point Market.
"We are pleased to welcome these new exhibitors to Showplace, some of whom are new to the High Point Market and will provide new sourcing opportunities for buyers," said Julie Messner, vice president of leasing for International Market Centers, which operates Showplace.
New companies and their space numbers include:
• OW Lee, 1630, a manufacturer of fine wrought iron and wrought aluminum outdoor furniture and fire pits. With a plant in Ontario, Calif., OW Lee is one of the few remaining outdoor furniture companies that still manufacture in the United States.
• Ion Design, 1519, uses FSC-certified hardwoods and other materials in its exclusive designs, which include accent tables, bookshelves, entertainment centers, barstools and more.
• Camaflexi, 2118, offers youth furniture with flexibility, safety, durability and healthy living elements. Three headboard styles are available - Arch Spindle, Mission and Solid Panel - along with two finish options, cappuccino and white.
• Rossetti, 2404, offers collections of Tuscan and transitional dining room furniture and accent seating. Buyers can select from quick-ship combinations all the way to the limited edition category utilizing Italian frames, fine leathers and higher-end fabrics from the U.S. and Europe.
• Dynasty Gallery, 3414, offers decorative glass products. Each piece is hand-made with 25% recycled glass in the ancient traditions of glassmaking.
• Amer Rugs, 3415, distributes oriental hand-made rugs through the artisans of Saraswati Exports, one of the largest exporters of fine hand-made carpets.
• Hommax Furniture, 3650, is headquartered in Muar, Johor, Malaysia and offers lifestyle furniture including dining sets, occasional items and bedroom sets.
In addition, Art & Frame Mart (1514), Continental Home (1439) and Lauren Galleries (1621) have relocated to new showrooms for the fall market.