Furniture Your Way and Santangelo Lighting Partner to Expand in Dallas
December 17, 2013,
Dallas Market Center
DALLAS-Furniture Your Way and Santangelo Lighting are partnering to expand exclusively in Dallas, at Dallas Market Center. Their new showrooms--World Trade Center 10-10080 and 10-10027--will be unveiled at next month's Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, Jan. 15-21, and Dallas International Lighting Market, Jan. 15-19.
Both companies offer custom product lines: Furniture Your Way specializes in custom boutique, residential and high-end furniture designs and Santangelo Lighting creates original lighting fixtures and reproductions made by master craftsmen.
have a primary focus on quality and design, offering high-end, handmade products with a design element unparalleled in the industry. This is our fourth expansion in Dallas, and it has been an integral part of our growth as it is the premier international lighting market. We have a long-term commitment to this marketplace and look forward to many more years of success."
Marvin Vigil, vice president, operations, Furniture Your Way, added, "We plan to further ourselves as a staple in the building as a 'design and retail one-stop shopping experience' as we expand and partner with Santangelo Lighting. With this partnership, our goal is to offer an atmosphere where any designer can create, dream and make a lifestyle and any look a reality."
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