Andmore confirms 5 showroom updates ahead of spring market

HIGH POINT— Andmore is gearing up for the April 13-17 High Point Market with three of its properties confirming five major showroom updates. The changes are part of the expansion of nearly 20 showrooms across the company’s 17 properties.

Among the five exhibitor updates, one is new to High Point Market, one is expanded, and three are relocating with expansions.

Market Square will host Andmore’s 170-plus fixed-wire lighting resources, with three updates enhancing the lighting offerings: Robert Abbey (fine lighting) introduces a new showroom, while Hinkley (lighting/ ceiling fans) and Varaluz (eco-friendly handmade lighting) will relocate and expand.

Updates in the furniture space come from lifestyle brand Classic Home, which expands in Showplace, while Palacek, specializing in handcrafted furniture and marking its 50th anniversary this year, relocates and expands at 200 North Hamilton.

“Palacek has a bright future, and this showroom is a perfect setting for that future to unfold,” said founder and Chairman Allan H. Palacek. “High Point remains a dynamic and growing destination for our industry, and we’re honored to be a part of this community.”

Dorothy Belshaw, executive vice president and chief growth officer at Andmore, expressed excitement about the new offerings. “As we continue to curate offerings across Andmore’s 17 properties in High Point, these cutting-edge creators invite retailers and designers to source among the best. These five brands offer exciting resources that exemplify Andmore’s commitment to taste and innovation at High Point Market.”

The updates are in addition to 14 previously announced changes at Andmore’s High Point properties.  The new, expanding, and relocating showrooms will include Couture Jardin, D.V. Kap Home, Ethnicraft, Estro Milano, Eureka, FlowDecor, Furniture Classics, Harp & Finial, Howard Elliott, Loloi, Meridian Furniture, Quorum International, Rug Factory Plus, and Well Woven Rug.

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