The new space in Interhall will showcase the Pulaski & Samuel Lawrence brands. The pop-up is designed to help diversify its customer base.
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The Spring High Point Market set to open April 2-6 in High Point, North Carolina, is expected to be one of the strongest Markets since before the pandemic.
There were hundreds of participants logging into six webinars and thousands of visitors sourcing and discovering products and a digital audience generating funds for City of Hope.
The High Point Market Authority has postponed the upcoming High Point Market show in April. It will now be held early June.
Canadian furniture manufacturer Palliser works with first outside designer, HGTV personality Sarah Richardson, to launch collection of home furnishings at High Point Market.
Vintage Salvage brings a new darker finish to its Arch. Salvage line, with parawood solids and cathedral elm veneers.
Attendance among home furnishing buyers at the 2016 High Point Market fell by 924 compared to the 2015 Spring show, according to the High Point Market Authority.
Furniture designer John Strauss brings new version of his “Watercolor” cabinets designed with Black Crow Studios to the April 2016 High Point Market. He also will show a photographic design on a completely new collection called Maple Hill, done with digital print on wood artists Itinerant Studio.
The High Point Market Authority says "hundreds and perhaps thousands of customers" will not attend the largest U.S. furniture market trade April 16-20, following passage by North Carolina of HB2, a bill banning local cities from passing ordinances protecting gays from discrimination. Social media campaigns are calling for a boycott of the April 16-20 show.