HIGH POINT — Phillips Collection has opened a new showroom at 135 S. Main St. in High Point.
This space represents another significant investment by Phillips Collection in the furniture industry and demonstrates its commitment to providing exceptional products and services to its customers, said Vice President Jason Phillips. “We needed a larger footprint to showcase our incredible range of products, including our extensive, sustainable assortment of reclaimed one-of-a-kind roots and live edge from Origins by Phillips Collection,” he said.
“We are thrilled to be opening our new showroom in High Point,” said CEO Mark Phillips. “This new location will allow us to serve our customers better and showcase our commitment to innovation and design. We believe it will be a great asset to the furniture industry, and we look forward to welcoming interior designers and dealers to our new space.”
Vice President Jessica Phillips added, “The city of High Point is constantly evolving. Our goal is to bring another fresh space to Main Street that is new and exciting.”
The new Phillips Collection showroom is modern and spacious, with 20,000 square feet. This location is open year-round and is part of High Point x Design, the organization that champions High Point as a year-round destination for design and creativity. There is also a dedicated design center where interior designers and dealers can work with Phillips Collection’s team to create custom pieces and plan their projects.
“We love the energy and admire the leadership the Phillips family brings to downtown High Point, and we welcome them as members of HPxD,” said Tom Van Dessel, HPxD board president. “This is further affirmation of the continuing rebirth of High Point’s downtown and the alignment of HPxD’s mission.”
“We look forward to dazzling our customers with robust programming, including evening events, design and student tours, and will be running our shuttles to and from our sprawling 400,000-square-foot warehouse just five minutes down the road,” added Jason Phillips.
For more information, visit www.phillipscollection.com/newshowroom.