HIGH POINT – International Home Furnishings Center and its design-oriented destination, Interhall, will introduce 31 exhibitor updates among its more than 300 showrooms and temporary exhibits for the upcoming High Point Market, Oct. 14-18.
“Revitalized resources at IHFC and Interhall make the fall 2023 High Point Market at-market shopping experience more comprehensive than ever before,” said Dorothy Belshaw, executive vice president, chief growth officer for Andmore, formerly known as International Market Centers.
Located on the first floor of the IHFC, Interhall welcomes 12 new brands: Alden Home (nature-inspired home furnishings); Baobab Collection (luxury scented candles and accent furniture); Dellarobia (contemporary furniture); Fermob USA (outdoor furniture); Fusion Flatworks (functional art designed from wood and epoxy); Kao Furniture (contemporary home furniture designed in Mexico); Liora Manné (hand-tufted rugs in wool and silk blends); Naos Action Design (extensible coffee tables); Natural Curiosities (handmade art and wall décor); Noble (home furnishings and décor inspired by global villages); Parrot Crafted Furniture (sustainable home furnishings); and Piegatto (wooden sculptural furniture).
In addition, two temporary exhibitors are transitioning to permanent showrooms: One for Victory (upholstered furniture) and Tempaper & Co. (removable wallpaper and rugs).
As part of its remerchandising efforts throughout the IHFC, fall 2023 updates include 17 additions and expansions across the furniture/bedding and home décor categories:
- Hallmart Collectibles (bedding manufacturers); Jeffan International (furniture, home accents and lighting); and Kaidi Electrical (vertical integration for sofa manufacturers) are three brands making their IHFC debut in the furniture and bedding category.
- Two showroom expansions are Enza Home (contemporary home furniture) and Yatas Bedding (mattresses, bedding products, beds and headboards).
- Two relocating showrooms are Flexsteel Industries (home furnishings) and iMAB (Italian contemporary bedroom furniture).
- Luonto (sleeper sofa beds) and Primitive Collections (reclaimed wood accent furniture) are presenting two relocated and expanded showrooms.
In addition, IHFC will host eight home décor resources with new and expanded showrooms:
Five new showrooms are Balta (woven and tufted rugs); Cooper Classics (wall clocks and décor); Oliver Gal (contemporary wall art); Sagebrook Home (home accents, garden and wall décor); and Simon Blake Interiors (table and floor lamps).
Three showroom expansions are Adesso (contemporary lighting); D+W Silks (artificial foliage); and Orian (area and scatter rugs).