HIGH POINT, N.C.–For High Point Market next month, seven companies will debut as exhibitors at Showplace: OW Lee, Ion Design, Camaflexi, Rossetti’s, Dynasty Gallery, Amer Rugs and Hommax Furniture.
OW Lee (in showroom #1630) is a leading manufacturer of fine wrought-iron and wrought-aluminum outdoor furniture and fire pits, making products in Ontario, Calif. Ion Design Furniture (#1519) uses specially selected materials and FSC-certified hardwoods in its designs, which includes dining tables, bookcases and media units. Offering youth furniture that is flexible and durable, Camaflexi (#2118) has three of the most popular style headboards available—arch spindle, mission and solid panel styles—and two finishing options, cappuccino and white. With more than 60 years of experience, Rossetti’s (#2404) offers semi-custom collections of Tuscan and transitional dining room furniture and accent seating, from quick-ship combinations to the limited-edition category, which uses Italian frames, fine leathers and higher-end fabrics from the U.S. and Europe. Using the ancient tradition of glassmaking, Dynasty Gallery (#3414) offers decorative collectables, each handmade with 25 percent recycled glass. Amer Rugs (#3415) distributes Oriental handmade rugs through the artisans of Saraswati Exports, one of the largest exporters of fine handmade carpets, and possesses state-of-the-art automated wool and silk dyeing and drying machinery. Headquartered in Malaysia, Hommax Furniture (#3650) designs, manufactures and wholesales conceptualized lifestyle furniture, including dining sets, occasional items and bedroom sets.
As part of the new presentation at Showplace, Art & Frame Mart (#1514), Continental Home (#1439) and Lauren Galleries (#1621) have all relocated to new showrooms for the Fall market.
“We are pleased to welcome these new exhibitors to Showplace, some of whom are new to the High Point Market and will provide new sourcing opportunities for buyers,” said Julie Messner, vice president of leasing for International Market Centers, which operates Showplace.