Record Number of New and Expanded Home and Design Exhibitors to Debut in Dallas

—More than 30 showrooms and expanded Temps to be unveiled at first U.S. market of the year—

DALLAS – September 28, 2023 – The marketplace welcoming interior designers and retailers from around the world, Dallas Market Center, has announced a record number of new and expanding home and design exhibitors debuting in time for the upcoming Total Home & Gift Market, January 10-16, 2024. The first market of the new year in the U.S. for the business of home will include more than 30 new or expanded showrooms across the marketplace plus expanded Home Temps.

“More top brands in home and design are recognizing that only Dallas delivers the market-time traffic and the daily traffic to support their business growth,” said Cindy Morris, president, and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “We are thrilled that these companies are debuting in Dallas or deepening their investment. As companies seek a superior location to showcase more products and expand their customer base for year-round business, Dallas comes out on top.”

Among the hundreds of showrooms in Home and Design, Dallas Market Center is welcoming new brands and supporting the expansion of long-time partners including:

· Surya is moving into new space in IHDC 1D321 down the corridor from Global Views;

· Bernhardt Interiors and Tomlinson Furniture will join an expanded MC Studio showroom in IHDC 2F160, complementing the Norwalk presence;

  • Shadow Catchers has moved into its own showroom, located in WTC 194 across from Visual Comfort & Co.;
  • Visual Comfort & Co. is expanding their showroom in IHDC 1D11, their largest presence in the U.S., as a fully integrated showroom showcasing all brands together in one location;
  • Uttermost and Revelation recently moved into new atrium showrooms in IHDC 2F128 and 2F448;
  • Novart recently relocated to an atrium showroom, WTC 190;
  • Ashore recently relocated and expanded in WTC 531;
  • The Light Garden is relocating to WTC 360, 376;
  • Shakuff Lighting is opening a showroom in IHDC 2F225;
  • French Market will debut a new showroom in IHDC 2F127, 2F133;
  • Recent expansions include: Ethan & Associates – WTC 9008 + 9048; Designers Patio – 9009 WTC; Swank – WTC 9010 + 9014; Sonoran Range – IHDC 1D301; Danny’s Fine Porcelain – IHDC 1D409; and Fosters point – IHDC 1D101.

Inside The Gallery, located on the first floor of the Interior Home + Design Center, more than 20 brands are showcased inside a shared showroom space that is staffed by Dallas Market Center personnel. The space expanded in 2022 and recently added Greenapple, Mainly Baskets Home, Vrugs, and Pacific Green. The Gallery, unique to the Dallas design community, offers a strollable, open environment to explore and discover new resources.

In the lighting neighborhoods of the World Trade Center and Trade Mart new exhibitors include: EGLO – TM 4916; additions of Geo Contemporary – WTC 301; Millenium Lighting – TM 3664; XO Logic, Spectra, Windward – TM 4931; Lib&Co – TM 3519, and the recent opening of the International Pavilion featuring Wakanine and David Trubridge – TM 4909.

Inside Spectrum, the shared showroom for Lighting resources in TM 4432, PureEdge Lighting, Our Living Lights, LUMpure Lighting, Aventura Lighting, and Montclair Lighting Works will be open for January Lightovation (January 10-14).

In The Temps at Total Home & Gift Market (January 10-13), Home Temps has a new home on the 10th floor adjacent to High Style Dalas, High Style Boutique, Antiques, and there will be the debut of a new neighborhood of Home Textiles. Immediate Goods Home resources in Market Hall will also present new and returning exhibitors.

Dallas Market Center is the largest open-daily design resource in the U.S. and serves retail buyers and interior designers from across the country and internationally who seek a wide range of home décor products. The efficient marketplace features more than 1.2 million square feet of space dedicated to design showrooms of furniture, decorative accessories, and residential lighting. Dallas Market Center also hosts trade events and specialized design events throughout the year attracting thousands of members of the design community.

In addition to new Home and Design resources, the Gift neighborhoods in Dallas will also offer significant new and expanded exhibitors for January. In the World Trade Center atrium will be the debut of flagship showrooms from OneCoast and Anne McGilvray & Co., and in the Trade Mart an expanded new showroom for Primitives by Kathy. For temporary exhibits, The Temps at Total Home & Gift Market (January 10-14) is slated to be the largest winter presentation in more than ten years and will include hundreds of new exhibitors including the debut of Gourmet Market on 12 and The Toy Fair© Pavilion on 12.

The next events at Dallas Market Center are Total Home & Gift Market (January 10-16) including The Temps at Total Home & Gift Market (January 10-13), and Lightovation (January 10-14) with the Lightovation Interior Designer Preview Day on Tuesday, January 9.

Special Hotel Offers

Dallas Market Center partner hotels are offering new, lower rates to support buyer travel budgets. Dozens of hotels, many within walking distance of the campus, are offering rates as low as $145. Book early for best rates. Availability and rates subject to change at any time. Contact Market Travel online or by calling 214-744-7444 option 2.

For upcoming markets, visit the Dallas Market Center website and download the Dallas Market Center mobile app. 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 gourmet and housewares, home décor, holiday/floral, gifts, lighting and apparel. 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 from exhibitors throughout the year via dominant trade events for gift, home décor, holiday and floral; the nation’s most comprehensive apparel and accessories markets featuring the latest styles from East Coast and West Coast designers; the largest residential lighting trade event in North America; and the largest and most successful open-daily design center. The marketplace is located in the strongest economic zone in the country. In addition, more than 80% of Dallas Market Center buyers report that they do not shop other market centers. To make plans for upcoming markets, visit the Dallas Market Center website and download the Dallas Market Center App. Also, keep up-to-date on all information by visiting Dallas Market Center on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and the Dallas Market Center blog.