Arteriors Opens First Lighting Showroom in Dallas

DALLAS-Arteriors will open its first lighting showroom at the Dallas Market Center next month, coinciding with the Dallas International Lighting Market. The 1,200-square-foot space in the World Trade Center (#301-3) will showcase 300 lamps, pendants and chandeliers, as well as Mottega by Arteriors, a customizable lamp program, and introductions and pieces from its collaborations with designers Barry Dixon, Laura Kirar and Lisa Luby Ryan.

The company will celebrate the opening with a party on Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, from 5-7 p.m.

"After 25 years in Dallas, we are excited to be opening a space that is focused on the unique lighting product that Arteriors offers," said Mark Moussa, founder and creative director of Arteriors. "I consider lighting to be jewelry for the home; it is one of my passions, and I am excited about the opportunity to highlight these products to the buyers at the Dallas International Lighting Market."

This year, Arteriors Home expanded its three company showrooms in New York, Las Vegas and, most recently, High Point, N.C.

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