New lines, high-end product introductions and CEU-accredited seminars highlight offerings in the Hamilton Wrenn Properties – 200, 320 and 330 North Hamilton – for spring 2019 High Point Market, running April 6 – 10, 2019. Located in the center of the Hamilton Wrenn Design District, the 25 showrooms include furnishings for nearly every room of the home, as well as customizable lines that allow retailers and designers to differentiate their store or studio portfolio.
“The Hamilton Properties are a key High Point Market destination for designers and retailers looking for signature high-end product,” said Scott Eckman, Executive Vice President, President of furniture and home decor leasing for International Market Centers. “In addition to popular lines and product debuts, 200 Hamilton is a go-to site for CEU-accredited seminars that will help educate buyers and allow them to network with industry tastemakers.”
For spring market, in 200 North Hamilton, King Hickory (upholstered fabric and leather furniture) is debuting; Bruce Andrews Design (handcrafted furniture) is relocating; Fairfield Chair (fashion-forward furnishings) is expanding; and Stanley Furniture (wood furniture) is celebrating its 95th anniversary. Other notable 200 North Hamilton showrooms include: Brownstone Furniture (bedroom, dining and occasional tables); California House (luxury game room furniture); Jonathan Charles Fine Furniture (furniture design with a contemporary twist.); Leathercraft (fine leather seating); Wildwood (on-trend lighting and home decor); and Yutzy Woodworking (solid wood bedroom and casegoods). Notable showrooms at 330 North Hamilton are Dorya (luxury furniture and interiors) and Resource Decor (original furniture and home accessories).
King Hickory is a producer of high-quality upholstered fabric and leather furniture. The line consists of chairs, ottomans, recliners, sectionals, sleepers, sofas and upholstered beds.
Bruce Andrews Design is an American-made company that combines craftsmanship and timeless aesthetics to create high-quality furniture. The company’s line includes beds, chairs, chests, ottomans, tables and sofas, among other products. Bruce Andrews Designs debuts at spring market include the Francois chair, the Hout Bay sofa and the Angelique chair.
Stanley Furniture produces furniture with striking designs, artisan finishes and superior quality. Stanley Furniture products include beds, bookcases, console tables, cocktail tables, benches, dressers, dining tables, media cabinets and mirrors. This April, they’re introducing the 915 Cameron drawer chest, 925 Bluffton master chest, 935 Old Town Single dresser and 950 Sedona Jackson buffet.
Additionally, 200 North Hamilton St. is home to Alden Parkes, a must-see showroom destination and a learning location among the Hamilton Wrenn properties. Along with their upscale product line, visitors to Alden Parkes can take advantage of numerous CEU-accredited seminars and "Showhouse in a Showroom," an event featuring the work of seven interior designers: Jeremy Bauer and Jason Clifton of Bauer/Clifton Interiors; Keia McSwain of Kimberly + Cameron Interiors; Kerrie Kelly of Kerrie Kelly Design Lab; Lisa Kahn of Lisa Kahn Designs; Rajini Alex of Rajini Alex Design and Shayla Copas of Shayla Copas Interiors. The event begins on Thursday, April 4 and runs through Wednesday, April 10. The designers will be on hand to talk about their design concepts from 4 to 6 p.m. on April 6. The Alden Parkes showroom is open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The Hamilton Wrenn Properties will offer market-goers a wide range of educational and networking opportunities, including numerous seminars and social events. IMC also is sponsoring Third Night – a Progressive Gala from 4 to 7 p.m. on April 8 at the Hamilton Wrenn Properties. The event will offer live street entertainment and musicians throughout the district with a variety of special menus, themed parties and influencer interactions within the participating showrooms. A schedule of IMC-sponsored events can be found at www.highpointmarket.org.