Ben and Erin Napier hold book-signing at Vaughan-Bassett showroom during market

HIGH POINT, NC — Erin and Ben Napier, the stars of the hit HGTV series Home Town, will be signing their book Make Something Good Today in the Vaughan-Bassett showroom this Saturday morning, October 16 th . The Vaughan-Bassett showroom – space 1000C — is on the 10th floor of the Commerce Wing of the IHFC building in downtown High Point.

Vaughan-Bassett invites all High Point Market attendees with a Buyers pass to come by its showroom between 10 and 11 am to meet Erin and Ben and receive a signed free copy of the Napiers’ book, a memoir which covers the couples’ upbringing in the South through the launch of their hit TV show Home Town, which is the most-watched series on HGTV.

The Napiers will also be glad to show any guests their latest design collaboration with Vaughan-Bassett, a bedroom collection called Passageways. The collection is made from Solid American Oak and Solid Birch and is available in three finishes. Earlier, the Napiers and Vaughan-Bassett introduced Bungalow, a veneered bedroom collection, in 2019.

Erin and Ben Napier have been instrumental in revitalizing their home town of Laurel, Mississippi, by renovating dozens of homes during the first five seasons of their television show. The sixth season is now filming in Laurel and their success has led to
multiple TV spinoffs, including Home Town Takeover and Home Town: Ben’s Workshop.

Erin and Ben Napier and their best friends and partners Mallorie and Jim Rasberry and Emily and Josh Nowell launched Laurel Mercantile, a store in Laurel that features American-made crafts and items for the home. Their commitment to American-
made products makes them a perfect fit for Vaughan-Bassett Furniture Company, the largest maker of wooden bedrooms in the United States.

Thomas Russell

Home News Now Editor-in-Chief Thomas Russell has covered the furniture industry for 25 years at various daily and weekly consumer and trade publications. He can be reached at and at 336-508-4616.

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