Highland House To Move High Point Showroom; Candice Olson to Appear

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HICKORY, N.C.-Highland House will move its High Point Market showroom from the fourth floor of Historic Market Square to the first floor of that building, in space 142, just inside Market Square's Century Courtyard entrance. A full-line furniture manufacturer and a division of Century Furniture Industries, Highland House will also unveil its new Candice Olson collection of upholstery and case goods, and the designer herself will be at the showroom for both premarket on Sept. 13-14, and then for the first few days of October's High Point Market.

"The new first-floor Market Square showroom should be a good move for us on many fronts," said Parker Goss, Highland House president. "Having this first-floor location, formerly the Habersham showroom, offers us increased visibility and traffic, plus the general layout of this new showroom allows us to better organize and display our product line. We are doubly excited about the upcoming

High Point Market because we're celebrating the opening of our new showroom as well as the Candice Olson product launch."

The new Candice Olson collection will include more than 80 pieces initially, and will be prominently featured in the new showroom. The company will also incorporate some of Olson's other branded product areas in the showroom to fully showcase the brand and her modern-meets-traditional style.

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