DALLAS – May 24, 2019 – Dallas Market Center, the most complete lifestyle marketplace in North America, announces a significant expansion of home and design resources for the upcoming Total Home & Gift Market, June 19-25, 2019 and Lightovation: Dallas International Lighting Show, June 19-22. Home and Design is a fast-growing category at Dallas Market Center, which serves retailers and interior designers during markets and the interior design community throughout the year. For June markets, 100,000 square feet of new, expanded, relocated and renewed showrooms will be showcased across the home and design neighborhoods at Dallas Market Center. Inside these showrooms are leading brands in home décor and lighting as well as one-of-a-kind and artisan products.
“Our momentum in home and design is fueled by tremendous exhibitors, quality brands, and an eager buyer community seeking products for retail sale and design projects,” said Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “We also benefit from serving the strongest housing and retail markets in the country as well as being the headquarters city for many of the leading residential, commercial and contract design agencies in North America. We congratulate these exhibitor partners who understand the year-round benefits of exhibiting in Dallas.”
Debuting in Dallas will be the first smart home showroom in North America, Smarter Living by Design. The open-daily showroom. anchored by Samsung, will be located in Light + Design on Ten (WTC 10085) and will include a selection of best-in-class brands spanning home technology categories from premier lighting, sound and appliances to artificial intelligence. Additional new showrooms include El Paso Import Company in World Trade Center 518; Brandon Furniture in IHDC Gallery GL-76; Adobe Interiors in World Trade Center 6470; Xanlite North America – An Enchante Company in Trade Mart 4733; Carro USA Inc. in Trade Mart 3351; and Asfour Crystal in Trade Mart 4432-03.
Expanding and/or relocated showrooms include Erdos + Ko in World Trade Center 10014; InStyle Gallery in World Trade Center 10085-02; Texas Leather Goods in World Trade Center 6670; Ethan & Associates now in World Trade Center 10009; The Patricia Group now in World Trade Center 10087; Wendover Art Group now in IHDC 1D427; Lantern & Scroll in Trade Mart 4432-14 (while remaining in the IHDC Gallery space GL08) ; Ren-Wil expanded from the Spectrum shared showroom to a permanent space in Trade Mart 4933; and Acclaim Lighting has expanded within Spectrum (Trade Mart 4432-04-05-06).
Recently renewing their commitment to Dallas Market Center are: Beau Artiste in World Trade Center 10061; Selections by Chaumont in IHDC Gallery GL80; Exclusive Oriental Rugs in World Trade Center 9050; Design Directions in World Trade Center 9028; Classic Home in World Trade Center 530; J Wells Collection in World Trade Center 6262; DVI Lighting in Trade Mart 4301; EGLO in Trade Mart 4916; and Swarovski Lighting in Trade Mart 4926.
In addition to new showrooms, expansions, relocations and renewals, the home decor categories of the Temps at Total Home & Gift Market offers many new and renewing exhibitors. The Home and Design neighborhood on World Trade Center 6 includes stylish furniture and home décor for any room, featuring exhibitors such as Canterbury Lane, Great Scrape, Manual Woodworkers, Park Madison Lights, VHC Brands and more. Market Hall is the only neighborhood for both order writing and Cash & Carry including vintage, furniture, and home décor.
Dallas Market Center is the largest open-daily design center in North America and includes more than 1.5 million square feet of Home and Design resources serving thousands of customers each month. Leading companies including Uttermost, Surya, Loloi Rugs, Blue Ocean Traders, ELK Home, Guildmaster, Currey & Company, Global Views, Generation Lighting, Visual Comfort, Gabby, Phillips Collection, Palecek, ZUO, Go Home, UMA, American Leather Innovation by Contempo Designs, Peninsula Home Collection, Feizy, IMAX, C. Maddox, Peacock Alley, Port 68, Spicher & Co, Taylors, Charles Ray & Associates, Forty West, Erdos + Ko and dozens of others have open-daily showrooms at Dallas Market Center. The marketplace serves retailers and interior designers from across the U.S. and internationally each week and during its four annual Total Home & Gift Markets, twice annual Lightovation shows, twice annual Dallas Design Weeks and other buying events and special events throughout the year.
To make plans for upcoming markets, visit the Dallas Market Center website and download the Dallas Market Center and Lightovation Apps. Also, keep up-to-date on all information by visiting Dallas Market Center on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and the DMC Daily Dose.
About Dallas Market Center
Dallas Market Center is a global business-to-business trade center and the leading wholesale marketplace in North America connecting retailers and interior designers with top manufacturers in home décor, furniture, gifts, lighting and apparel & accessories for women, men, and children. Inside its dynamic, five million square foot campus, nearly 200,000 customers from all 50 states and 85 countries seek industry trends, business education and new products via open-daily showrooms and from exhibitors participating in trade events held throughout the year. The Dallas Market Center website is available at www.dallasmarketcenter.com.