Dallas Market Center Presents Best of Show Awards

DALLAS-The most creative, fresh and innovative booths and showrooms were recognized during the recently completed Total Home & Gift Market with Best of Show awards, which are presented twice a year and judged by leading industry and visual/design experts.

In the World Trade Center, the awards for each floor were given to: Accent Decor on the second floor; Kraft Klub on the third floor; Winward Intl. on the fourth floor; Cyan Design on the fifth floor; Studio A on the sixth floor; Tricia Donner Deconstructed on the seventh floor; VPN Sales on the eighth floor; J. Mackie on the ninth floor; Art Dreams by Stylecraft on the tenth floor; and The Patricia Group on the 11th floor.

In the Trade Mart, the awards for each floor were presented to: burton + BURTON on the first floor; One Hundred 80 Degrees on the second floor; Vaxcel on the third floor; and DVI Lighting on the fourth floor.

Awards were also given to showrooms in International Trade Plaza and FINDS Dallas temporary booths, as well as shared showrooms.

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