Dallas Market Center has announced the recipients of the Best Visual Presentation Awards for January Total Home & Gift Market.
Judging for Best Visual Presentation took place during the January Total Home & Gift Market. Visual design experts evaluate exhibitors based upon innovative and creative display designs.
“A critical feature of an in-person event are the fresh, exciting, and engaging showroom displays that serve as a valuable source of inspiration for retailers and designers,” says Cindy Morris, President and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “These winning showrooms went above and beyond in creating exceptionally beautiful spaces that successfully blend new products with stylish designs.”
The January 2021 Best Visual Award recipients are:
Interior Home + Design Center 1: The Botanical Mix
Interior Home + Design Center 2: Allstate Floral
Interior Home + Design Center — The Gallery: Amity Home
Trade Mart 1: Demdaco
Trade Mart 2: Creative Co-Op
World Trade Center 1: Feizy Rugs
World Trade Center 1, Gourmet Market: Janey Lynn’s Designs
World Trade Center 2: Regency International
World Trade Center 3: Park Hill Collection
World Trade Center 4: Winward International
World Trade Center 5: Cyan Design
World Trade Center 6: Market Hill on 6 by Paul Michael
World Trade Center 7: Hollis
World Trade Center 9: C. Maddox & Co.
World Trade Center 10: Uttermost/Revelation
Trade Mart 1, TEMPS: ColorBox Design & Letterpress
Market Hall Main, TEMPS: Terry Wilson Antler Designs
Market Hall North, TEMPS: Voyage Living
World Trade Center 12, Gift TEMPS: Little Birdie
World Trade Center 12, InDemand TEMPS: Dear Heart Designs
World Trade Center 13, TEMPS: By Together
Images of the winners can be found here. For a full list of events and product offerings, visit the Dallas Market Center website.
The recent Total Home & Gift Market in Dallas had strong attendance and order writing including a record number of buyers attending for the first time. Dallas Market Center reported that 25 percent of buyers at the show were first time attendees, the largest percentage in more than 10 years.