HIGH POINT – Full-line resource Moe’s Home Collection is moving to a new showroom for the High Point Market that is 50% larger than its previous space.
The company previously occupied space D-430 in the International Home Furnishings Center and is moving to a 15,000-square-foot space in C-302 of the IHFC.
Located near the escalators, the space will feature a custom-built design that the company said showcases its products in settings and vignettes that reflect the way consumers live today. Design trends represented across its product line include Scandinavian, modern, Mid-Century Modern, industrial, contemporary, rustic, Art Deco and retro, to name several.
“Being a lifestyle brand and product focused company, we are always excited to bring hundreds of new products and our collections to High Point,” said Moe Samieian Jr., president of Moe’s Home wholesale division. “Now we are even more excited with our move to a larger showroom that allows even more opportunity to stage the products.”
The new space also features a new product gallery with back lit cubed millwork showcasing smaller items such as nightstands, accent and dining chairs.
The company said the Oct. 13-21 High Point Market will be its third this year, following showings at the January and August Las Vegas Market. However, it expects the High Point Market to be its largest.
“Not only are we excited that the growth of our company required us to get a bigger space to showcase our products, but this new larger showroom hosts a premium location for us to display to a wider audience,” said Set King, vice president, sales.
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