Seven Dallas Temp Show Categories Sold Out
June 16, 2014,
DALLAS-Dallas Market Center's Dallas Temp Show, June 19-22 with staggered opening dates, will feature seven sold-out categories including Design Temps and, new for the June market, Luxury Home Temps.
Located on Trade Mart (TM) 1, Design Temps is a juried, high-style collection of classic to contemporary designs and includes gifts, premium candles and personal care, decorative accessories, textiles and artisan-made objects. Exhibitors include Assouline Publishing, Guess and Company, Haul Couture, Rewined Candles and Studio Vertu.
Adjacent to Design Temps is Luxury Home Temps, which is new to the June edition and includes a high-profile juried area of home decor manufacturers featuring a collection of high-style, high-end lighting, furniture, wall decor, textiles and accents. Exhibitors include Authentic Models, Emdee International, Illuminazione s.r.l., The Botanical Mix and The Mermaid's Palace.
In addition, there are several expanded temporary categories: Vintage Home (Market Hall), with such exhibitors as E. Barrett/Farmstead, Inessa Stewarts Antiques, Lynette Harrison.Vintage Interiors, Nomadic Traders and Treasures & Trash; Vintage Fashion & Gift (Market Hall), which will have such exhibitors as Flash and Trash, Miss Rose Sister Violet, Stash Style, The Suburban Outlaws and Twigs Jewels; Handmade Fashion & Accessories (WTC 12 & 13), featuring Jolie Hair Accessories, Lorraine's Artistic Designs, Robin Goodfellow Designs, String Theory Jewelry and World Find; and Handmade Gift (WTC 12 & 13), with such exhibitors as My Saint My Hero, Natural Designs Woodturning, Rendezvous Celebration, Rocky Mountain Rustic/Gergren Creative Group and Second Nature by Hand.
Dallas Temp Show features more than 500,000 square feet of exhibits in seven locations: on World Trade Center 1, 6, 12 & 13, Trade Mart 1, International Trade Plaza 1 and Market Hall.
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