Caracole Teams With Fashion + Decor at High Point

Melanie Dunn, Caracole; Jamie Drake, Drake Design AssociatesMelanie Dunn, Caracole; Jamie Drake, Drake Design Associates

Caracole emphasized its focus on stylish home decor with fashion and furniture pairings at last month's High Point Market. Curated by the popular blog Fashion + Decor, Caracole products were combined with runway models in a photo display prominently featured in the manufacturer's showroom throughout the market.

Gretchen Aubuchon, founder of Fashion + Decor blog, and top contributor/interior designer Shane Inman, were tapped to pair the products with the models.

"Gretchen and Shane bring tremendous energy and passion to the business of selling to customers who value style and personal expression in their interior environments," said Maura Riley, Director of Marketing, Caracole. "And equally important, they make it fun, which aligns with our goal to put the fun back in furniture."

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