Oriental Weavers to double showroom presence in High Point

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Dalton — Oriental Weavers announced it would open a new showroom and double the size of its High Point presence at the upcoming October market.

“Over the past two years, we have greatly expanded our product assortment in terms of price point, design direction and the hugely successful Pantone Universe and Tommy Bahama product collaborations. In fact, we have introduced more than 20 new collections in this year alone,” said Jonathan Witt, senior vice president of Oriental Weavers. “We pride ourselves on our commitment to respond to and consistently service our customers’ needs.”

The company chose to remain in the centrally located IHFC building but is moving to the larger and better positioned G-276 showroom on the second floor of the building’s Green wing, adjacent to the Design Center.

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