Manufacturer Finalists Announced for 25th ARTS Awards

Dallas Market Center, ARTS Call for Awards NominationsNEW YORK-ART and Dallas Market Center have announced the nine manufacturer award finalists for the 25th annual ARTS Awards, which will take place in January during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market.

In the accent furniture category, the finalists are Avenue B, The Phillips Collection, Selamat Designs and Worlds Away. The area rug finalists are Company C, Dash & Albert, Delos Rugs, Loloi Rugs and Surya. In the home accents category, they are Arteriors, Foreside Home & Garden, GO Home, Interlude Home, Uttermost and Waylande Gregory Studios. In home textiles, the finalists are The Bodrum Group, French Laundry Home, Peacock Alley, Sferra and Villa Home Collection. The finalists in the lighting fixtures category are Corbett Lighting, Curry & Company, Eurofase, Van Teal and Visual Comfort & Company. For the outdoor living category, the finalists are JANUS et Cie, Seasonal Living, Skyline Design and Woodard. For portable lighting, the finalists are Barbara Cosgrove Lamps, Flambeau, Jamie Young Company, Light & Living and Thumprints. Montes Doggett, Rosanna Imports, Vagabond House and Vietri are the finalists in the tabletop category. For wall decor, the finalists are Benson-Cobb Studios, Paragon, Ren-Wil, The Oliver Gal Artist Company and Wendover Art Group.

The finalists were announced in a video by Mindy Lowack, vice president of ART and leasing director at Dallas Market Center, and Monica Loving, ART board member and executive vice president of Ivystone Group. The ART Awards finalists for the retail categories will soon be announced.

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HFN provides detailed information on the key home classifications: Housewares, Tabletop, Floor Covering & Rugs, Furniture, Home Textiles, Lighting, Home Decor, Mattresses & Bedding, Gifts, Major Appliances and Consumer Electronics as well as Business, Finance and Retail.


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