Loloi Rugs Expands High Point Showroom

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DALLAS-Loloi will unveil its larger showroom at High Point later this month, in a renovated space roughly three times bigger than its previous one.

Located in the International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC) in #D-320, the showroom will include the company's signature vignettes as well as a full bar and hospitality area where attendees can enjoy lunch, beverages and hors d'oeuvres throughout the market.

"Our aim is to create a High Point destination that provides an easy-to-navigate shopping experience that is fun and inviting," said Amir Loloi, founder. "We hope the new space will serve as a place for customers to unwind in the middle of the workday and after their business has concluded."

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