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C&D Showrooms Take Center Stage at Spring Market

Furniture, lighting and home décor introductions will make the Commerce & Design (C&D) building a key destination for designers and buyers during the High Point Spring Market next month.

Nearly three dozen showrooms including; Alder & Tweed Furniture, Guildmaster, Solaria, Spicher & Co., and Visual Comfort, will debut hundreds of home furnishings and accessories product lines housed in one easy-to-navigate location.

“Products in the C&D building range from commercial, to mid-range to high-end resources to organic and sustainable – something for everyone,” said Julie Messner, senior vice president of furniture and home décor leasing for International Market Centers.

“Buyers and designers should definitely schedule time to visit showrooms and check out the many innovative sources throughout the building,” Messner added.

Additional C&D exhibitors for Spring market include: Alliyah Rugs; Ameriwood Home/Dorel Home; Bethel International; Black Label; Brentwood Classics Limited; Butler Specialty Co.; Crawford & Burke; Jersey Mike’s; Legend Global; My Home Furnishings; NCA Designs Inc.; Padma’s Plantation; Sarreid Ltd.; South Shore Furniture; Trowbridge; Urban Chic; and Urbia.

During Market, buyers can also join the exhibitors of C&D for a variety of food and drink events. Trowbridge is offering Noodles and Prosecco daily Saturday -Tuesday starting at 11:00 a.m.

Visual Comfort is hosting daily happy hours Friday-Tuesday from 3-5 p.m.; Visual Comfort will also host an event introducing the company’s new designer, Julie Neill, on Sunday from 3-5 p.m.

In addition, just outside of the main C&D entrance, South Elm Plaza offers seating for al fresco meals and cocktails as well as live music.

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