There was plenty of excitement at the spring High Point Market in April, as companies rolled out new design collaborations and unveiled new showrooms
Welcoming industry friends to the Fine Art Lamps showroom & ART (Accessories Resource Team) party is Rene Quintana, President and COO of Fine Art Lamps. On the left is Snoa Garrigan of the Interior Design Society; standing center is Susan Andrulis, National Sales Manager of IMAX and current ART President; and on the far right is designer Allison Paladino, who has just launched a lighting line with Fine Art Lamps.
During the ART party held in the Fine Art Lamps showroom, Snoa Garrigan, Executive Director of the Interior Design Society, chats with Brad Kleinberg (left) and Ryan Ranzino, both of Crystorama.
Klaussner Furniture unveiled its newly launched Trisha Yearwood Home collection. Although it was the day before the Country Music Awards in Dallas, Yearwood was on-hand for her line’s High Point Market debut.
Husband-and-wife team Harvey and Joann Hollingsworth of The Natural Light had a lot to celebrate this market, most notably a move from their long-time showroom in the IHFC building to a huge showroom on the second floor of the 200 Steele Building. The couple worked hard and fast in getting the giant space beautifully appointed in time for market — and they even found time to manufacture new lighting and wall art.