IndusParquet shines at The Architectural Digest Show

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Medley, Fla. — IndusParquet, the world’s leader in Brazilian exotic hardwood flooring, made its mark in the big apple with their custom booth at the Architectural Digest Home Show (AD Show) March 22 through 25.  The annual four-day event attracted more than 40,000 home design enthusiasts and professionals.

Since launching its brand nationwide in the US last year, IndusParquet has received a warm welcome from the industry and the AD Show was no exception—the company received a great response from affluent homeowners, trade professionals, showroom owners and architects.

“The AD Show was a definite success for IndusParquet,” said Vice President of Sales & Marketing Jason Strong. “By making the investment to exhibit at a show like this, we are able to showcase our products to early-adopters and industry-leading design professionals, thus driving a group of highly-targeted customers to our dealer showrooms.”

The IndusParquet booth highlighted the company’s popular Coterié Collection of sumptuous exotic wood species in mosaic patterns and metallic finishes—the only line of exotic hardwood not only designed for the floor but also walls. All mosaic profiles in this ‘smart’ collection are made from 100 percent recycled IndusParquet exotic hardwood end pieces not used when manufacturing the company’s other exotic products.

IndusParquet also shared samples of all of the company’s core products including its Solidarity line, smooth and textured products and metallic finish selections.

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