Palecek moves High Point showroom to Hamilton Design District

Home furnishings industry style leader relocates after nearly 40 years in International Home Furnishings Center

HIGH POINT — Palecek, a manufacturer and wholesaler of furniture, lighting, accessories and wall décor made with natural mixed media elements, is moving to a showroom space in the Hamilton Design District after nearly 40 years at the International Home Furnishings Center.

This spring, the company is moving to Suite 200 of 200 N. Hamilton, where it is occupying the entire first floor of the building, which also houses the High Point showroom of luxury case goods and upholstery manufacturer Hickory Chair. At 24,000 square feet, it is about double the size of its former location.

The space also will showcase product within the company’s growing outdoor brand, which features furnishings inspired by and that use a mix of natural materials that the company describes as “crafted for durability.”

Andrew T. Palecek

“This stunning location enables us to offer a whole new level of visual storytelling and a greatly enhanced shopping experience,” said Palecek Chief Creative Officer Andrew T. Palecek. “The space gives us the opportunity to show how our natural-inspired indoor and outdoor collections can bring beauty, warmth and texture to an endless variety of settings, from urban to coastal and traditional to contemporary.”

“We’re particularly excited to have such an expansive space in which to show those products in a full range of exquisitely merchandised settings,” Palecek added.

David Beld, Palecek president of sales and business development, said that “as a company that prides itself on partnership and lasting relationships, we’re looking forward to introducing our new showroom to the High Point buyers. We’re thrilled that it will provide enhanced opportunities to welcome our design community, including a large hospitality area, as well as meeting spaces where we can welcome designers for events, CEU programs and more.”

Palecek’s new High Point location at 200 N. Hamilton St.

Company founder and Chairman Allan Palecek said he is proud about the move to the Hamilton Design District.

“When my wife, Nancy, and I started this company in 1974, I didn’t imagine a brand that is now so recognized and respected — or a location of this scope and beauty,” Palecek said. “Now, half a century later, I’m grateful to all the people I’ve worked within the U.S. and abroad, and proud that my son, Andrew Palecek, is leading the company toward a bright future. This showroom is a perfect setting for that future to unfold.”

The move also marks the company’s continued dedication to the High Point Market, where it has had many years of success unveiling thousands of new design statements within its indoor and outdoor product lines.

“High Point remains a dynamic and growing destination for our industry, and we’re honored to be a part of this community,” Andrew Palecek said, thanking Andmore executives Bob Maricich, Julie Messner and Kimberly Cox “for helping us to make this expansion happen. And a big thank you to all our customers, partners and everyone on the Palecek team for their dedication and incredible support. This beautiful new space is for all of you to enjoy and is a proud moment for our brand.”

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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