Moran Furniture, Greenington Set Showrooms for High Point

HIGH POINT, N.C.-Moran Furniture and Greenington have taken show space in the International Home Furnishings Center for next month's High Point Market.

The market will mark the first U.S. trade show for Moran, an Australia-based upholstery vendor. The company will exhibit room 648 of IHFC's Wrenn wing, in a 3,500 square-foot showroom. It will spotlight classic traditional and modern styles in leather and fabric stationary upholstery, sofa-sleepers, recliners, bar stools and upholstered beds, in the upper-medium price range.

Greenington's showroom, in room 517 of the IHFC's Hamilton wing in a 1,912 square-foot space, will be a permanent showroom for the upscale bamboo furniture manufacturer. The company's collection includes bedroom, dining-room and occasional furniture, along with media centers, bar stools and decorative screens. All of its products are manufactured in China from moso bamboo, which is harvested from managed forests and treated and kiln-dried to a specific moisture content before being used in production.

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