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Hamilton-Wrenn Showrooms Highlight Upscale Introductions

Easily accessible by trolley or on foot, the Hamilton-Wrenn District showrooms are popular with market-goers. For Spring Market, new product introductions will include high-end furniture, accessories and home décor, along with numerous custom options for upholstery and case goods.

“The Hamilton-Wrenn showrooms have become a Market destination,” comments Julie Messner, Senior VP/Furniture & Home Décor Leasing. “Buyers looking for distinctive home furnishings and accessories will not be disappointed.”

Dorya, an upscale upholstery and case goods manufacturer, is debuting the latest Vogue Living products at 330 N. Hamilton during spring Market, highlighting the intersection of fashion and furniture. At 129 S. Hamilton, the Christopher Guy showroom spotlights the company’s latest pieces in a 20,000-sq.-ft. building—the first purpose-built showroom constructed at High Point Market since 2005.

Additional destination showrooms are Chelsea House, Fairfield Chair Co., Jonathan Charles, Leathercraft, Design NC, Stanley Furniture, Vietri, and Wildwood Lamps & Accents Inc.

Alden Parkes will again host several CEU-accredited seminars at 200 N. Hamilton. Key topics include: 5 Color Mistakes You’re Making Right Now with Your Clients, with Maria Killam; What’s Your Time Worth, with Billy Ceglia; More Bang from Your Marketing Dollar, with Beth Dotolo and Carolina Gentry; Design Transformation: Magic at the Table, with Natalie Reddell and Danielle Rollins; Video Your Way to Success, with Marina Case; and the Hamilton Highlights Tour with Natalie Reddell.

A new signature event is also slated for a spring debut, which will invite Market guests to embrace their sense of discovery while exploring designated showrooms in a progressive, dinner-style format. Scheduled for Monday, April 16, from 4-7 p.m., this connection-focused gathering will be called, “Third Night: A Progressive Gala.”

Third Night will take place in the Hamilton Wrenn Design District, located on Hamilton Street and Wrenn Street. The evening will offer live entertainment throughout the district with a wide variety of special menus, themed parties, and influencer interactions within the participating showrooms.

“With 57 exhibitors already confirmed to participate, Third Night is sure to be a spectacular event,” adds Pam Cain, Director of the Hamilton Wrenn Design District Association. “The streets and courtyards of the Hamilton Wrenn area are perfect for the event. We are excited to celebrate Spring Market with special food, drink, entertainment, and giveaways. Third Night is yet another reason to attend High Point Market.”





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