The InterHall exhibit space on the first floor of the International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC) will offer new resources – including new and expanded brands – for the October 16-20 Fall High Point Market.
“High Point Market is the nexus of trends in the home furnishings industry with InterHall as its epicenter,” says Scott Eckman, International Market Centers’ (IMC) Executive VP/Chief Revenue Officer. “This October, buyers are ready to return for the unmatched discovery of this key destination and brands are ready to get back to market to showcase what is new and next.”
The curated assortment features 70+ exhibitors including one new showroom, one relocated showroom, and six temporary exhibitors that are new to High Point Market or returning after a hiatus. Showroom updates are Hubbardton Forge (lighting and accent furniture) taking its first permanent space at High Point Market to launch its collection of accent and console tables and Nuevo (contemporary furniture) relocating to the lobby level of IHFC from InterHall. Among InterHall’s 52 temporary exhibits are new brands HOUE (indoor and outdoor furniture from Denmark), Jensen Outdoor (luxury outdoor wood furniture), Natures Collection (contemporary Danish home décor and lifestyle), Rivers Spencer Home (elegant case goods with a fresh tailored look) and Studio M Lighting (launching a new lighting collection with Houston, TX interior designer Nina Magon), plus the return of Tempaper (self-adhesive, repositionable, removable wallpaper).
There are several noteworthy new partnerships that will be unveiled in InterHall as well: Ann Gish (textiles) launching its collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum of Art – The Met x Ann Gish – that showcases pieces from the vast art collection as home textiles; etúHOME (handmade and sustainable accent furniture, accessories, and tabletop) presenting its COCOCOZY x etúHOME collection of kitchen accessories in collaboration with influencer Colette Shelton; and Regina Andrew (lighting, accent furniture and accessories) introducing the Southern Living Lighting Collection inspired by the 50+ year legacy of the publication.
A full list of IMC’s exhibitors is here