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IHFC Offers Free High Point Buyer Parking - New InterHall Exhibitors Announced

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This October, IHFC announced that it is opening its Steele Street and Green Drive parking lots to buyers at no charge. Buyers who show their buyers badge at either the Steele Street lot or the Green Drive lot can park for free throughout the duration of Market. The Green Drive lot is located on the east side of the IHFC complex across Hamilton Street. To reach the Steele Street lot, travel north on Hamilton, turn right on Fred Alexander Place and right on Steele Street. Take the free shuttle service provided by Market Authority services from the Steele Street lot to the Transportation Terminal in front of IHFC. INTERHALL With its reputation for shining a spotlight on the industry’s brightest, most innovative companies and products, IHFC's InterHall reported that it has added 19 new exhibitors for the Fall 2008 High Point Market. InterHall’s distinctive mix of 60 exhibitors covers practically every product category in furniture and accessories. Buyers can expect strong fashion statements in all of today’s most popular home styles, and price points ranging from medium-high to high-end. One and all are invited to the popular InterHall Martini Parties on Monday, Oct. 20, Wednesday, Oct. 22, and Friday, Oct. 24 from 4:00 – 6:00 PM each day, and to visit InterHall’s newest exhibitors: ARIN International, IH500. Sophisticated rustic dining, bedroom and living room furniture made from 100% reclaimed materials. Barbara Cosgrove Lamps, IH507. Featuring transitional, classic and “traditional with a twist” styles, Barbara Cosgrove Lamps specializes in nouveau-traditional lamps. Brazil Baroque, IH307. Established in the USA by Rio de Janerio-born architect and designer Andrea Fonseca, Brazil Baroque brings Fonseca’s passion for handcrafted furniture and accessories into her personal homage to her homeland. DB Sources Inc, IH311. Headquartered in Rockwall, Texas, DB Sources has been in business six years offering upscale accessories handmade from natural and exotic materials indigenous to Southeast Asia. Design Workshop, IH102. Design Workshop’s product line features industrial and contemporary styles in home furnishings and store fixtures. Diana Font Artworks, IH114. The Diana Font Artworks product line is handcrafted on the bench to create functional artwork from noble renewable materials. Eloquence, IH401. Eloquence was founded in 2002 to explore the owner’s passion for ragged, timeworn antique pieces and to create a boutique reproduction line from some of their favorite finds. Gloster, IH206. Gloster offers high-end exterior furnishings in a variety of materials including teak, stainless steel, woven man-made wicker, aluminum and sling in collections of deep seating. Halo Styles, IH212. Halo Styles offers case goods, leather upholstery, accessories and eclectic lifestyle furnishings in traditional and transitional styles. Intarsio LLC, IH203. Italian for ‘inlay,’ Intarsio offers a line of classic Northern Italian furniture handcrafted from precious woods by master artisans. Luna Bella, IH110. Incorporating hand-blown glass and hand-forged steel, Luna Bella features a retrospective look in its lines of handmade furniture, lighting, clocks and home accessories. Notre Monde, IH502. Notre Monde features three main product lines: Urban Glamour, with mirror and silver-leaf finishes; Bistro, inspired by a Parisian bistro; and Modern Loft, which incorporates printed images on clean, simple pieces. Nuvello, by Antiqua Furniture, IH505. A bold, contemporary and captivating new line of furniture from the source of custom, bench-made furniture and architectural wood products. Old Java, IH407. Using reclaimed old teak to combine with other natural, non-toxic materials, Old Java has created a line of furniture that expresses a design focus on family heirlooms. Regina-Andrew Design, IH301. A natural outcropping of the company’s desire to celebrate good environmental stewardship, Regina-Andrew Design emphasizes artful blends of antique and modern influences, with added highlights of coastal and countryside styles. TerraSur, Inc, IH601. TerraSur is a new company based in Seattle with manufacturing in the northern Argentina pampas. The company offers a complete line of handcrafted middle- to high-end furniture for the home. Tomasini Fine Linens, IH611. The Tomasini line includes traditional, contemporary, transitional and custom designs in bed linens, covers, pillows, dust ruffles, panels, tabletop and cut yardage. White Fine Furnishings, IH201. The company’s product line includes a 35-piece collection of bench-made, hand-painted accent furnishings. Each piece is available in 14 colors, with finish and trim options. Woodson & Rummerfield’s House of Design, IH202. Sophisticated, glamorous and fashion forward collection of furniture, wallpapers and accessories inspired from old Hollywood history, the lush and wild California landscape, and the ‘high-style’ inherent in Los Angeles. Three new permanent exhibitors will be taking space on the first floor of IHFC, in perimeter spaces of InterHall: African Market’s Trophy Room, IH400. The Trophy Room Collection is the leader in supplying quality African décor, including real Zebra Rugs, Cow Hides, Impala, Springbok, Kudu, Wildebeest, Gemsbok, Warthog, Lion Rugs and trophy mounts. Bobo Intriguing Objects, D107. Belgian-inspired home furnishings made in Europe using organic, reclaimed and repurposed materials. Village Square Home Interiors, D119. Village Square Home Interiors offers beautiful and functional handcrafted, high quality furniture. The collection looks for inspiration from unique antique pieces, transforming this inspiration into functional furniture that is a valuable addition to the modern home. InterHall will again feature four Showcases that provide buyers a taste of what awaits in these IHFC exhibitors' much larger showrooms elsewhere in the complex: Incanto Group, IH607. Featuring the Giovanni Sforza Home Luxury Collection. Kincaid Furniture Co, IH106. The Laura Ashley Collection. Stanley Furniture Company, IH305. A market debut, the Coastal Living Collection. Vaughan-Bassett, IH404. Two new collections from Alexander Julian. Opening in 1921, IHFC was the original showroom building in High Point and after 87 years of expansion remains the centerpiece of the world’s largest home-furnishings trade show that attracts more than 90,000 participants twice a year to 2,000 showrooms covering 11.5 million square feet. IHFC alone is home to 650 of the leading home-furnishings manufacturers, including 13 of the top 20 companies, and covers 3.5 million square feet.

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