Flambeau Moves High Point Showroom to 200 N. Hamilton

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BATON ROUGE, La.-Flambeau Lighting is relocating its showroom at High Point Market, to the Design District at 200 N. Hamilton, in time for next month's market. It used to show in the Salon in the Suites at Market Square.

Now located in suite 201 on the second level of the 200 N. Hamilton, North Court, the showroom is situated directly at the top of the stairwell and is visible from the elevator as it opens on the second floor. The company will host a ribbon cutting at market and offer new showroom celebration market incentives.

"We have polled a fair amount of our customer base and confirmed that 200 N. Hamilton is a very important High Point market destination for them," said President Joe McKearn. A substantial amount of the company's business is with the interior design trade, to-the-trade showrooms and high-end furniture stores and lighting showrooms.  "We see the interior design community as one of the fastest growing segments of our business and think our new location may help introduce Flambeau to many interior designers not yet familiar with the company."

At market, Flambeau will expand on its products designed by Paul Gruer, including accent furniture, table and floor lamps, chandeliers and wall sconces. A new series of silver-leafed table lamps will debut by artist Elaine Gleason, as well as new accessories by Baton Rouge sculptor Benjamin Burts.

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