HIGH POINT – The Suites at Market Square (SAMS), International Market Centers’ (IMC) three floors of temporary exhibits in the heart of High Point Market, offer fresh and new home décor from 220+ brands – nearly 40 of which are new or returning to High Point Market – April 2-6, 2022.
“New is the theme of SAMS for the Spring 2022 High Point Market,” said Scott Eckman, IMC executive vice president, chief revenue officer. “Significant growth in new exhibitors complemented by new collections from established brands have resulted in an invigorated buying experience brimming with exploration opportunities for retailers and designers.”
SAMS’s comprehensive collection of nearly 175 innovative decorative accessories, furniture, home textiles, lighting, rugs, wall art and more are presented on three trade show floors. Notable among the 28 new and returning brands are Begin Home Décor (art on canvas), Coley Home (custom furniture made in North Carolina), Furug (ethically sourced fur and leather home goods), Provence for Life (vinyl floor mats) and Under The Bough (textiles made in Paraguay). Highlights of the returning brands are Custom Crafted Silhouettes (one-of-a-kind artworks inspired by lakes and other bodies of water), Jaipur Rughauz (artisan-made rugs and home furnishings from India) and Julian Mejia Designs (custom linen napkins and accessories).
SALON – the design-focused, fashion-forward curated collection on the ground floor of SAMS – features 50 brands, 10 of which are new or returning after a hiatus. Eight first-time exhibitors are: Casa Bonita Home Furnishings (home furnishings and accessories handcrafted by Peruvian Artisans), Duvall & Co (custom furniture handcrafted in North Carolina), Jenni Kayne (textiles and home décor), Karmatika By Rafael Calvo (sustainable furniture made in America), Kerri Rosenthal (art prints and home decor inspired by the artist’s original work), Lyn Hiner Art Studio (original paintings), P & F Design Group/Phil LuanGrath (gemstone boxes plus vases, occasional furniture, wall frames and decorative objects hand-forged in Florida) and Stowed (handmade modular furniture). Two brands returning to High Point Market in SALON are Couture Lamps (artisan-crafted lamps and accessories) and The Pillow Bar (custom pillows).
On the top floor, SAMS also presents cash and carry jewelry and accessories exhibitors, a food court and the “DesignOn HPMKT by IMC” seminar space, which hosts 13 seminars and networking events during market.
SAMS presents the largest collection of temporary exhibits at High Point Market. A full list of IMC’s temporary exhibits (220+ in SAMS, nearly 50 in InterHall and 15+ in Plaza Suites) is at http://www.imchighpointmarket.com/exhibitor-directory/.