Sterling Industries Moves High Point Showroom

ATLANTA--Home accents company Sterling Industries will move to a new location at the International Home Furnishings Center for October's High Point Market. Now at IHFC H223, the company will celebrate the new space with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, as well as cake, drinks and snacks throughout market.

"Sterling is moving to the heart of IHFC," said John Scott, chief executive officer and founder. "Buyers will find us on the second floor and at the top of the main escalator from InterHall. We invite everyone to come and celebrate our grand opening."

Among its hundreds of market introductions, which will include heirloom-quality accent furniture in hand-painted and hand-distressed finishes and new styles of boxes, jars and bowls in metal and ceramic, the company will also debut a line of jewelry.

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