Salon area at High Point Market adds 22 exhibitors
Heath E. Combs -- Home Accents Today, September 19, 2012
HIGH POINT -- With a new mezzanine level on the second floor, the High Point Market's Salon area at Market Square & Suites is adding 22 new exhibitors for the Oct. 13-18 market.
The new upstairs area is accessed by an escalator in the center of Salon, just behind Market Square Café/Starbucks.
"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.
Launched in April 2010, Salon presents furnishings in a curated environment. This market, it will feature 57 exhibitors with a selection of furniture, lighting, rugs, wall art, home textiles and decorative accessories.
New exhibitors include:
• Bambrella, with wooden outdoor umbrellas made from strong, sustainable, laminated moso bamboo strips in modern designs.
• Ben Ham Images, with fine art landscape photography including images of the Lowcountry, Rockies, Southwest and wine country of the Pacific Coast.
• Camilla House Imports, with furniture, mirrors, gifts and accents including candle holders, baskets and planters in rattan, wrought iron and decorative wire.
• Daniel A. Saunders Studio, with art and photography including portraits, illustrations, drawings, prints and posters.
• Design Workshop, with dining and occasional tables, cabinets, wall systems, stools, rolling carts, lighting and other furniture items, in wood and metal.
• Euroline Ltd., a distributor of fine Polish glass and metal décor, as well as wall art, wooden lanterns and contemporary ceramic vases sourced worldwide.
• Fortunata, with hand-crafted ceramics inspired by the tradition and charm of ancient Tuscan workshops.
• French Heritage, with country French and other eclectic case goods and upholstery reproductions with hand-crafted quality.
• Glassisimo, with high-styled, contemporary glass furnishings including occasional, dining, office and entertainment furniture, seating, bars and lighting.
• Home Trends & Design, with eco-friendly solid wood furniture including bedroom, dining room, living room and occasional in a range of styles.
• John Strauss Furniture Design, with hand-crafted furniture inspired by the work of the Art Deco masters.
• Kim Salmela Atelier, a couture collection of upholstery and case goods featuring bold colors, exotic patterns, vintage styling, modern layering and mixing of materials.
• Lisa Jarvis, with the LJ Atelier Furniture Collection combining clean lines, comfort and elegance, with a twist.
• Luxe Sleep/Pandora de Balthazar, with European-style luxury bedding in a range of styles and constructions and a line of revitalizing sleep products made of hand-picked Hungarian down.
• Mfano, featuring Randy Trull's collection of luxury pillows for indoors and outdoors, made in the USA with Sunbrella fabrics.
• Nativos, with vases, dishes, lighting, accessories, mirrors and frames made by hand from natural materials in South America.
• Nine6, a full-service design studio focused on furniture, architecture and interiors.
• Scandinavian Art Factory, with original canvas paintings in a wide range of styles.
• Solaria Lighting, a diverse line of specialty lighting products crafted in a distinctive, weathered European style.
• Tommy Mitchell Co., with gilded and painted tole flowers created by Tommy Mitchell, his sister Midge Mitchell and a team of local artists.
• Urban Houzz, with hand-crafted furniture made of domestic hardwoods, salvaged woods and imported exotic woods in styles ranging from refined rustic to modern urban. Custom sizes and exclusive designs available.
• Vivify Lighting, with lamps made of hand-blown American glass and other top-quality materials in range of sophisticated designs.
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