Port 68 Signs Lease on New Dallas Showroom

CHICAGO-Port 68 will debut its first official showroom at Dallas Market Center next month, showing in space 536 in the World Trade Center. The new showroom is 2,500 square feet, and Port 68 will be sharing it with the company Eastern Accents. Each company will have its own separate space within the showroom, along with a combined lifestyle vignette in the center. A ribbon cutting will be held during the show to celebrate the new space.

"We are excited to open our own showroom for the upcoming June market in Dallas. The new showroom will allow us to merchandise our collections in vignettes focused on materials, color and pattern," said Michael Yip, president of Port 68.

Designed by ARTS award winner Mark Abrams, Port 68's assortment includes lighting, accessories and accent furniture and features custom accent upholstery made in Chicago.

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