At the Spring High Point Market, the Commerce & Design building will have new, relocating and expanding exhibitors for participants to visit.
Ready-to-assemble furniture source South Shore is relocating to the building’s sixth floor. Monarch Specialties, with furniture and home decor products, is opening a new showroom encompassing the entire seventh floor while lighting supplier Visual Comfort is expanding to the entire second floor. Trowbridge, focused on framed art, is shifting from the second floor to the third, while tufted rug vendor Alliyah Home relocates to the fourth floor.
For spring market, Arteriors, offering lighting, furniture and home décor, debuts in C&D on the first floor.
“The C&D building meets the needs of every type of buyer and designer that attends High Point Market,” said Scott Eckman, IMC evp/president of furniture and home décor leasing. “With mid-range to high-end products ranging from commercial to organic and sustainable, the C&D building is a key destination for every marketgoer.”