Linon to Host Party on Monday, Oct. 24; Unveiling Three New Collections

220 Elm Street220 Elm Street

MINEOLA, N.Y.-Linon Home Decor Products will be holding its Greek party next Monday, Oct. 24, during High Point Market. Held in its showroom at 220 Elm Street, #202, starting at 5:30 p.m., the party will include live Greek music from The Brothers Glentsedes, as well as Greek and Brazilian wine, beer and spirits, Greek cuisine and desserts and, as always, plate breaking.

New collections and additions include: the new Salonika collection, a handcrafted reversible flatweave line made of a wool rich blend; new additions to the Milan collection of handcarved transitional and contemporary designs inspired by the most recent Milan Fashion Week and constructed in heat-set polypropylene; 25 additions to the Trio collection; and a group of Brazilian cowhides, featuring five different natural hides.

Linon will also be showing in the Powell Furniture showroom, National Building, 200 South Main Street, Space 100, second floor.

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