Made in america pavilion doubles in size for the april high point market
High Point, N.C. (April 4, 2012) – Building on the highly enthusiastic response from buyers and exhibitors at the October High Point Market, the Made in America Pavilion is returning to Market Square & Suites for the April 21-26 show with twice as much space and nearly 50 exhibitors.
This market, the Made in America Pavilion will cover nearly 32,000 square feet of space, providing a showcase for the best American-made furniture, lighting, rugs, wall art and decorative accessories.
“This area was a huge hit at the October market, generating a true ‘buzz’ among retailers, designers, exhibitors and the media,” said Julie Messner, vice president of leasing for International Market Centers.
“There was more interest than we could have imagined, so this market we’ve doubled the Pavilion’s space to provide an opportunity for buyers to see an even greater range of great made-in-the-USA product. It’s a ‘can’t miss’ destination for anyone interested in domestically produced home furnishings.”
The list of furniture and accessory sources participating in the Made in America Pavilion at the April High Point Market includes:
American Furniture Exporters (NEW)
A group of U.S. furniture manufacturers working together to create a cost-effective program to promote and export American-made furniture. Companies marketing under the AFE umbrella include Bradington-Young, Capris Furniture, Designmaster Furniture, Fairfield Chair, Gold Bond Mattress, Jasper Cabinet, MacKenzie-Dow, Johnston Casuals, Key City Furniture, McKinley Leather, Sam Moore and Troutman Chair.
Amish Impressions by Fusion Designs, Inc. (NEW)
Quality wood dining and bedroom furniture, rockers, chairs, benches, barstools and occasional furniture.
Artisan Weavers/Beljen Mills (NEW)
Exquisite textiles of U.S.-grown cotton and wool in designs passed down for generations.
Artist Guild of America (NEW)
Original works of art produced in studios located in Los Angeles.
Atomic Playrooms/Funner Than Furniture (NEW)
Lighthearted, thematic furniture for kids of all ages produced in the United States.
Bushline Furniture (NEW)
A large selection of upholstery, occasional tables, bedroom and dining room furniture in traditional and transitional styles.
Quality game room furniture, including game tables, home bars, bar stools, pub tables and home theater cabinets.
Coastal Woodcraft, LLC
Made-in-America line of custom furniture, wood moldings and cabinetry, including the licensed Seabrook Classic furniture line.
Cody Road Workshops (NEW)
Handcrafted furniture and accessories in country traditional, lodge, cottage, country sophisticate and Shaker styling designed by Thomas Walker.
Cord Coverup by A&M Designs, Inc.
Decorative cord covers in a variety of fine fabrics.
Darrellene Designs (NEW)
Products inspired by vintage French cheese labels, including wall décor, chargers, coasters, ornaments, pillows, decorative stands and side tables.
Designs in Wood, LLC
Custom, handcrafted tables produced by John and Devin Ulery.
Dixie Seating Co.
A manufacturer of handcrafted, Southern-style rustic furniture, including porch rocking chairs.
Exotic Sands, Inc. (NEW)
Moving sand art pictures by the inventor William Tabar.
Flat Rock Furniture (NEW)
Producer of handcrafted, rustic yet elegant hickory furniture, including dining, bedroom, great room and accent pieces.
Handcrafted seating, ottomans, benches, corner cabinets and occasional tables in classic designs.
Froggy Bottom Outdoor Furniture (NEW)
A range of stylish casual furniture.
Furniture Traditions (NEW)
Quality, bench-made bedroom furniture, including beds, mirrors, dressers, nightstands and TV consoles, in solid Northern red oak.
Casually elegant custom kitchen, bath and other cabinetry in rich, opulent finishes.
J.L. Treharn & Co., Inc.
Authentic, museum-quality, 17th- and 18th-century reproductions, including tables, chests, beds, chairs, huntboards and sideboards and cupboards.
John Michael Originals Furniture (NEW)
Tables, bookshelves, sideboards, chinas, media cabinets and bars and stools made with reclaimed lumber from old houses and buildings, in French country, lodge, cottage and simple country styles.
John Strauss Furniture Design (NEW)
Elegantly crafted case goods and occasional furniture in the Art Deco tradition.
Key City Furniture Co.
Sofas, sectionals, leather, rockers, chairs and ottomans, banquettes, chaises and settees in classic, traditional and clean, contemporary styling.
Lancer, Inc. (NEW)
Handcrafted upholstered furniture in styles that range from traditional and country to transitional and contemporary.
Lauren Lachance Collection
Botanical art prints, pressings and frames.
Fine leather seating in traditional, classic, contemporary and modern styles, including chairs, recliners, sofas, sectionals, beds and headboards.
Linda Calvert Jacobson (NEW)
Wildflower art to brighten your home and your life.
Linwood Furniture (NEW)
Solid-wood case goods and occasional furniture, produced in the U.S. from American hardwoods.
Custom wood, metal and upholstered furniture made in America by hand.
LT Moses Willard, Inc. (NEW)
An American producer of high-quality, handmade Colonial, early American and folk art reproduction lighting, including chandeliers.
Made in the USA Foundation (NEW)
The Made in the USA Foundation works to create jobs and strengthen the U.S. economy by promoting products and manufacturers in the United States.
Oak Design Corp. (NEW)
Home office, TV consoles, occasional, youth and bedroom furniture in oak and American alder.
Paladin Inds. (NEW)
Wood office furniture components.
Custom-made Western or rustic-style items for the home, including lamps, chandeliers, picture frames and wall mirrors.
S&S Acrylic, Inc. (NEW)
Casted acrylic risers, picture frames, displays, sign holders and other products.
Salmagundi Inc. (NEW)
Uniquely collaged furniture, tuffets, throws and pillows.
Sarahjanes Oilcloth/The Preppy Possum (NEW)
Aprons, beach bags, tablecloths, placemats and other items made of oilcloth.
Sarkis Studio (NEW)
A decorative arts studio specializing in the manufacturing and finishing of fine drapery hardware.
Shiner/Home Source International (NEW)
Modern, eco-friendly furnishings, including seating, lighting, upholstery and tables.
Solos Glass (NEW)
High-quality, handmade blown glass products.
Fun, funky metal art for yards and offices.
Summit Lamp Corp.
Traditional, colonial, glass hurricane, Victorian and early Americana-style lamps.
Sweetwater Trading Co. (NEW)
Pillows made of fine European leathers in lodge, Western, Native American, novelty, animal and equestrian themes.
The Poplar Concept/Bark Clad (NEW)
Furniture made of Timberclad bark siding, an all-natural, kiln-dried product from the tulip poplar tree.
Trend Manor Furniture (NEW)
High-quality, solid-oak furniture, including Mission and rustic-styled bedroom and TV consoles.
Rockers, chairs, stools and tables made with time-tested techniques and methods.
Wallflower Art Boutique (NEW)
Gallery wrapped giclée canvas prints for children and adults.
Metal wall art and picture frames as well as a new line of pillows in rustic elegance styling.
Winchester Woodworks (NEW)
Segmented bowls and urns using woods from around the world.
Wright Table Co. (NEW)
Furniture based on English, French and American designs of the period between 1690 and 1830.
About International Market Centers
International Market Centers, L.P. (IMC) is the world’s largest operator of premier showroom space for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. IMC owns and operates 11.5 million square feet of world-class exhibition space in High Point, N.C. and Las Vegas. IMC buildings in High Point include International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC), Showplace, Showplace West, 200/320/330 N. Hamilton, Market Square & Suites, Market Square Tower, Plaza Suites, Furniture Plaza, National Furniture Mart, Hamilton Market and 300 S. Main Street.
IMC’s mission is to build and operate an innovative, sustainable, profitable and scalable platform for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. For more information on IMC, visit imcenters.com
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