Stein World's High Point Party to Celebrate its Showroom Redesign

Stein WorldMEMPHIS-Home accents company Stein World will host a ribbon cutting and dealer party on Sunday, Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. to celebrate the complete redesign of its showroom. Located at W-447 in the IHFC, the 20,000 square-foot showroom has been remodeled and features a new floor plan, a fresh design aesthetic and an expanded dealer lounge.

The reimagined and reconfigured space will showcase the company's line of accent furniture, mirrors, chairs, lighting and occasional tables.

"We're very excited to celebrate the grand opening of our completely remodeled High Point showroom at market," said Donnie Lesley, vice president of merchandising and marketing.

"We are continually working to improve our product display and presentation and this newly redesigned space helps us show our distinctive home accents in a way that makes it easy for dealers to visualize them in their own stores."

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