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.
Discounted “early bird” entries are being accepted through March 31, for the fourth annual “ANDYZ” design awards program, created in partnership between the Las Vegas Design Center (LVDC) and the California Central/Nevada Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).
International textile manufacturer Valdese Weavers has named Ann Reynolds to vice president of design. She will report to chief creative officer Laura Levinson.
Upper-end casual furniture producer, Castelle, has promoted Mark Stephens to president of Ft. Lauderdale-based Pride Family Brands. Prior to this promotion, Stephens served as executive vice president of sales.
Several new tenants and expanded showrooms are on the exhibitor roster for Showplace, a key destination for retailers, designers and buyers at the High Point Spring Market, April 14 -18.
Second generation motion upholstery resource Bradington-Young is expanding its offering of leather upholstery for the upcoming High Point Spring Market with new styles inspired by their best sellers and two key trends: the consumers’ desire for functionality in small spaces and the desire for unique home décor that reflects their style.
Looking to build on success in the residential market and expand their commercial offerings, upper-end resource Noir will be unveiling new introductions for the High Point Spring Market next month, that will feature teak and stone inlays, and a new wood finish.