Excelsior Returns to High Point

AMITYVILLE, N.Y.-Excelsior Designs is launching a new furniture division that will focus on more popularly priced designs than its signature higher-end Italian goods, introducing the line at its new showroom at the High Point Market.

Excelsior had pulled out of the market, but is returning with this new line which it says is better suited for that marketplace.

The new showroom will be in the Hamilton wing of the International Home Furnishings Center, in space H538.

The line will debut with the Voyage collection, a 20-piece line for bedroom, dining, occasional and home office. It is being sourced in South America and will retail in the $7,000 to $8,000 range for a complete bedroom set. The product will be warehoused locally.

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