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Dallas Total Home & Gift Market Kicks Off Through January 10

The Dallas Total Home & Gift Market is the premier destination for connecting retailers and manufacturers in home décor, gifts, gourmet, housewares, accessories and lighting. Dallas not only delivers more, but more of what matters. In addition to permanent showrooms, The Temps provide hundreds of unique resources across all product categories.

Taking place Jan. 4-10 in their permanent showrooms as well as the Temp Neighborhoods, there will be hundreds of exhibitors on hand with new collections, lines and unique products.

The centrally located marketplace with more than 1.5 million square feet of Home and Design exhibitors has announced details for the winter edition of its trade event showcasing important new brands and collections, antiques and artisan items, inspiring special exhibits, and design tastemaker appearances during the seven-day trade event.

“This is truly a can’t-miss event for the design community,” said Michael Bauer, VP of business development, design. “This show is special because it presents more opportunities to secure one-of-a-kind objects, review new collections first, and to experience inspiration from top tastemakers.”

In addition, technology leader Samsung Electronics America (TM 4604) has relocated and expanded to showcase its modern, smart home categories from lighting to sound. Dallas is the only market center in the U.S. to have a Samsung presence.

Also debuting this week is the International Pavilion, a new collection of global brands showing for the first time. Inside Trade Mart 4909 will be International companies with award-winning lighting and glassware designs, and interior and exterior lighting brands. A grand opening celebration will take place on Tuesday afternoon.

The Temps at Total Home & Gift Market, Jan. 4-7, will be the largest winter presentation in more than ten years with more than 1200 exhibitor booths including many first-time brands.

If you aren’t at the Dallas Show, you can check-in on their website and the Market Center’s blog.

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