Juried Collection FINDS Itself Sold Out For January Dallas Show
Friday November 9th, 2012 - 12:42PM
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Dallas Market Center has announced that Luxury Home FINDS and Home FINDS are sold out for the January edition of the Dallas Temp Show and Total Home & Gift Market. Luxury Home FINDS is making its debut at the dual market.
Luxury Home FINDS, running January 16 to 21, is a juried collection of high-end home décor, furniture, home accessories, lighting and textiles located on the first floor of the World Trade Center Hall of Nations. Exhibitors include Authentic Models, Design Legacy by Kelly O’Neal, The Elizabeth Lucas Co. and Tritter Feefer Home Collection.
“Design Legacy is excited to be showing in Luxury Home FINDS in Dallas,” said Kelly O’Neal, owner of Design Legacy. “We’ve seen a positive buying trend from this very important region of the country and are confident in the buyer excitement. We look forward to being a part of January Market in Dallas.”
Home FINDS, running January 18 to 21, includes accents for the home including decorative accessories, window and wall décor, lamps and lighting, tabletop and linens, pillows, rugs and bedding. Home FINDS is located on the WTC sixth floor. Exhibitor highlights include: Cloud 9, Creative Threads, Design Accents, Grass Roots, Lamp Works, Light Garden and Old World Antieks. New exhibitors include: Baana LLC, Carpenter’s Creek, Capitol Earth Rugs, Danya b, Europa, Sono Inspired and iWish.
“We always look forward to showing in Dallas,” said Brian Kleinwachter, owner of Old World Antieks. “The customers are eager and excited to shop, while DMC professionals create ease for both the vendor and buyer. Home FINDS allows us to display our unique items from around the world in a diverse setting.”
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