SALON Adds 22 More Exhibitors for High Point Market

HIGH POINT, N.C.--SALON, the curated collection of stylish home furnishings at Market Square & Suites, will feature 22 new exhibitors for the High Point Market next month for a total of 57. In addition, SALON has expanded beyond the ground floor displays to include the mezzanine on the second floor.

The new exhibitors for this market include: Bambrella, a wooden outdoor parasol company; Ben Ham Images, a fine art landscape photography company; Camilla House Imports, with furniture, mirrors, gifts and accents; Dallas A. Saunders Studio, with decorative pillows and throws; Design Workshop, offering furniture and lighting; Euroline Ltd., a distributor of fine Polish glass and metal decor; Fortunata, with handcrafted ceramics; French Heritage, offering Country French styled case goods and upholstery reproductions; Glassisimo, high-styled, contemporary glass furnishings; Home Trends & Design, with eco-friendly, solid-wood furniture; John Strauss Furniture Design, offering Art Deco-inspired, handcrafted furniture; Kim Salmela Atelier, a couture collection of upholstery and case goods; Lisa Jarvis, with the LJ Atelier furniture collection; Luxe Sleep/Pandora de Balthazar, with European-style luxury bedding; Mfano LLC, featuring Randy Trull's indoor/outdoor luxury pillows; Nativos, offering tabletop, lighting and mirrors made in South America; Nine6, a full-service studio focused on furniture, architecture and interiors; Scandinavian Art Factory, with original canvas paintings; Solaria Lighting, a line of weathered, European styled specialty lighting; Tommy Mitchell Co., with gilded and painted tole flowers; Urban Houzz, offering handcrafted furniture made of domestic hardwoods, salvaged woods and imported exotic woods; and Vivify Lighting, with lamps made of hand-blown American glass.

 

"SALON provides the ultimate showcase for creative, fashion-forward furnishings across a wide range of styles and categories," said Julie Messner, vice president of leasing for International Market Centers. "If you are a retailer or designer searching for new products and fresh ideas, you should not leave market without seeing all that SALON has to offer."

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