New Lines Debut in Suites at Market Square for High Point Market
New temporary exhibitors are adding to the breadth and depth of available resources in the Suites at Market Square (SAMS) for Fall 2019 High Point Market, running Oct. 19 to Oct. 23, 2019. The Suites at Market Square, High Point Market’s premier presentation of 300+ temporary exhibits, SALON and Hospitality Design Studio, welcomes 35+ newcomers this Fall.“The Suites at Market Square is a must-see High Point Market destination showcasing unique furnishings, home decor, art, lighting and hospitality lines in more than 300,000 square feet of temporary space,” said JoAnn Miller Marshall, president of tradeshow leasing for International Market Centers. “These exciting resources are sure to inspire and impress.” Suites at Market SquareThe Suites at Market Square will welcome 24 new companies this fall. October debuts include: Boda Acrylic LLC (furniture and accessories); Barrier Island Rugs (hand-loomed rugs); catstudio (pillows, dish towels, glasses, pouches); The Canvas Nursery (decorative foliage and botanical creations); Chris Frick Photography (photography focusing on outdoor, travel and adventure); Cimino Home (bedding); Crate and Barrel (home furnishings and housewares); DMI (floor coverings); Domiziani America (tables, chaise, gazebos, sinks, floors); Greenhouse Fabrics (fabrics); Home&Manor (home furnishings and home décor); Interior Illusions + Plus (home decor and gifts); Liza Hathaway Matthews Art LLC (contemporary abstract art); Meximuebles (quality home furniture); Romina Furniture (baby and kids furniture); The Royals Project (fine art photography); Shengze Art (art); Southern Home Inc. (outdoor furniture); Swarovski Lighting (crystal lighting); Tiger Window Fashions (window fabrics); Wettrock (industrial-modern furniture); Whitney Stoddard Art (classic art); Yogibo (lounge bags); and Zembrod House (handmade wallpapers).“The buyers who attend the High Point Market are a wonderful fit for catstudio as we value quality, creativity, and storytelling thru artisanship,” said Hillary Young, sales and licensing manager for catstudio. “We love developing unique, innovative new products that make the everyday special, and elevate the rich traditions of artisanship around the world. We feel High Point is a great platform to showcase our art.” Catstudio creates original geographical home décor pieces, including hand-and-machine-embroidered pillows, dish towels, frosted drinking glasses, woven zip pouches, and stainless steel thermal bottles.SALONThe Suites at Market Square is also home to SALON, a curated design-focused selection of 50 fashion-forward companies featuring some of the latest designs in the furniture, lighting, rugs, wall art, home textile and decorative accessories categories. SALON’s eight newcomers to Fall Market include Arther Galerias (antiques and art objects); Creative Cables (lighting); Fibreworks (natural fiber floor coverings); Mainly Baskets Homes (rattan furnishings); Royal Print Box (fine art reproduction); SIFAS USA (outdoor furniture); South + English (home decor); and Verona Prive (home décor).”We have exhibited in a number of furniture and design shows but only in High Point have we found such a big quantity and quality of buyers and designers who focus on high-design pieces,” said Ignacio Hernandez, president of Arther Galerias, who relocated from InterHall to SALON. “High Point Market has been key to the growth of our market in the United States.”Arther Galerias, a Mexico-based company that creates high-quality antiques and art objects from collectors and interiors designers from around the globe, is introducing the Bee Nice and Seacrests cabinets.Hospitality Design StudioHospitality Design Studio is returning to the Top Floor of the Suites at Market Square this fall. Open on Oct. 20 and Oct. 21, the Hospitality Design Studio is an all-in-one destination for buyers sourcing hotel, restaurant, office and residential projects. To date, new and returning tenants to include Belle Meade Hospitality (furniture); Custom Contract Furnishings (upholstered seating); Culp Hospitality (mattress and upholstery fabrics); and Look Walls & Interiors (wallcoverings).On-Site Amenities, Buyer Hospitality and SeminarsBeyond products, the Suites at Market Square offers marketgoers a wide range of educational and networking opportunities, including numerous seminars, tours and social events. Offerings include “Suite Spot” tours and CEU-accredited seminars addressing design, hospitality, and home staging, among other topics. A schedule of IMC-sponsored events and other showroom offerings will be available online at http://www.imchighpointmarket.com/seminars-and-events. About High Point Market: High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, with more than 2,000 manufacturers in 11.5 million square feet of showroom and exhibit space in multiple buildings in downtown High Point, North Carolina. Each Market attracts tens of thousands of retail home furnishings buyers, interior designers, architects, and others in the home furnishings industry. International Market Centers owns the vast majority of the prime High Point Market showroom and exhibit real estate, which contain seventy percent of the exhibitors, including the majority of the top 500 manufacturers. Fall 2019 High Point Market runs Oct. 19 – Oct. 23, 2019. For more information, visit http://www.imchighpointmarket.com.About International Market Centers, L.P.: International Market Centers, L.P. (IMC is the world’s largest operator of premier showroom space for furniture, gift, home décor, rug, and apparel industries. International Market Centers owns and operates nearly 20 million square feet of world-class exhibition space in High Point, N.C., Las Vegas and Atlanta. IMC’s mission is to build and operate an innovative, sustainable, profitable and scalable platform for the furniture, gift, home décor, rug, and apparel industries. For more information about IMC, visit www.imcenters.com.
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