Pacific Coast Lighting Announces Grand Opening of High Point Showroom

CHATSWORTH, Calif.-Lighting and home accessory manufacturer Pacific Coast Lighting will unveil a new High Point showroom at the upcoming April market. The new showroom is located at IHFC-Hamilton Wing #H-203.

Kathy Ireland will preside over the grand opening celebration on Saturday, April 20 at 11:30 a.m. Following complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cocktails, Ireland will lead a ceremonial ribbon-cutting alongside the Pacific Coast Lighting team to formally open the showroom. The event will conclude with a catered lunch.

"We are very excited about the new space and the ease with which this high-visibility location allows us to connect with our customer base," said Pacific Coast Lighting President Clark Linstone. "With a fresh, new layout, we're able to effectively showcase the great range of our lighting designs, including our extremely popular kathy ireland Home collection. The new space also gives us the opportunity to display the breadth of styles in our array of new wall mirrors."

In addition to the kathy ireland Home collection, Pacific Coast Lighting will debut a variety of new lighting designs, including chandeliers, lighting fixtures and lamps. New wall mirror designs in contemporary, traditional and globally influenced styles will be featured as well, expanding on the existing styles introduced last year.

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