The High Point Market Authority (HPMA) has released this season’s High Point Market Style Report for Summer/Fall 2019. The 37-page report was developed by eight home fashion gurus, all part of the HPMA’s 2019 Style Spotters team, who scoured the Spring High Point Market, April 6-10, for the hottest must-have items and then translated their picks into today’s top trends.
Textile resource American Silk Mills is debuting three new collections at Showtime Market in High Point, N.C., June 2-5. The collections showcase versatility, a wider range of price points, and distinguish themselves by being the first to benefit from the synergies between American Silk Mills and parent company Sutlej Textiles and Industries Limited.
Canadian furniture producer Durham Furniture hosted its first-ever social media contest during the Spring High Point Market as part of its campaign to target the next generation of consumers.
Three retailers joined the Furniture First buying group during the month of April. Key Home Furnishings in Lake Oswego, Oregon received approval just prior to last month’s High Point Market. Quarles Furniture in Bolivar, Missouri and Groen’s Fine Furniture in Dyer, Indiana were both approved in a board meeting last week.
TD Bank has released new survey data based on a poll of 100 furniture retail executives in attendance at the recent Spring High Point Market.
International Market Centers (IMC) has announced five exhibitors who have been named Best Booth winners for Spring 2019 High Point Market. Barloga Studios, Creative Cables, Michel Ferrand, Objet De Curiosite, and Revelation Culture are this year’s winners.
Upholstery fabric and home textile provider South Pacific Textile has purchased a larger warehouse in High Point and has moved its warehousing, shipping and office facilities to the new site.