Classic Home redoes showroom for market

Dubbed Fall Showroom Refresh

Furniture and accessory manufacturer Classic Home recently completed a full renovation of its International Home Furnishings Center showroom in time for the Oct. 14-18 High Point Market.

“The improvements in our High Point showroom mirror changes we made in our Las Vegas location,” said Marci Jones, Classic Home’s chief operating officer. “We are proud to now offer a consistent and improved showroom experience at both locations. High Point Market is the premiere furniture industry destination and, now, so is our showroom.”

The official debut of Classic Home’s showroom, IHFC D-443, dubbed the Fall Showroom Refresh, gives customers a first look at the space’s improvements, as well as introductions from the Desmond Collection, the velvet upholstered Penelope sofa, and accent seating. The introductions will stand out in the showroom’s open floor plan, crisp white paint and higher ceilings.

Officials say Classic Home is looking forward to the debut of its new space and continuing to offer unique, handcrafted items from around the world.

To celebrate, the Vernon, Calif.-based supplier will hold a Happy Hour event Oct. 15 and 16 from 4 to 6 p.m.

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