Varaluz Brings Lighting, Decor to New High Point Market Showroom

You can visit the new Varaluz High Point Market showroom in Market Square - 204, Second Floor, October 16-21.

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Varaluz High Point Market Showroom
Varaluz opens new High Point Market Showroom in Market Square.

With more than 4,200 square-feet of space, Varaluz’s new High Point Market showroom (Market Square, 204, Second Floor) is the perfect place to see the breadth of the company’s lighting and décor on display. Lifestyle vignettes present unique applications of the company’s collections of handcrafted pieces made from eco-friendly materials, including upcycled bottles and steel. A virtual tour of the new High Point Market space is available online. 

“This location puts us at the heart of the home furnishings industry,” explains Ron Henderson, Varaluz LLC’s President and CEO. “We can now share our ‘lightly twisted’ design voice with tens of thousands of visitors from more than 100 countries at their biannual market events, starting with the Fall Market October 16-20.”

With company leadership based in Las Vegas, craftsmen in the Philippines, and a showroom in Dallas and now High Point, Varaluz dedicates itself to planet-friendly practices in every fixture they imagine and create. The company's pieces, which focus on lighting but also incorporate home accent pieces, are designed to feel indulgent and luxe, and there is an eco-friendly element as well. Founded in 2006, the company continues its commitment to crafting creations for the home with carefully chosen materials, a commitment to artisanal handwork, and a keen eye for style, resulting in unique lighting and décor that is also good for the planet. 

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