Barclay Butera Teams with Highland House for Collection

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HICKORY, N.C.-Designer Barclay Butera and Highland House will produce a licensed collection of upholstery, case goods and occasional accents together.

The initial Barclay Butera collection for Highland House, scheduled to launch at the April 2014 High Point Market, will include 70 to 80 pieces of upholstery, case goods and occasional accents for living room, family room, dining and bedroom.

"Being a partner with Highland House, a company that is steeped in a tradition of quality and excellence, is a dream come true for all of us at Barclay Butera Inc.," Butera said. "We feel that Highland House is a perfect fit for our lifestyle brand, and we are excited at having representation with such a time-honored furniture company. It will be a thrill and honor to offer this new collection to our loyal, long-time customers and new accounts alike."    

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