Englishman’s Fine Furnishings' New Exhibits at High Point Market

Englishman’s Fine Furnishings, makers of high-quality, European-style antique reproduction furniture and accessories (and one of the nicest clients a PR firm could have, we might add), will debut two new product display areas at the High Point Spring Market this April. The new displays will feature Englishman’s Fine Furnishings’ Terracotta and Bronze Collections in collaboration with Halo Styles, also a leader of the luxury furniture and lifestyle market.

As part of Halo Styles’ Old Firehouse building showroom in High Point, NC, located at 212 North Wrenn Street, Englishman’s Fine Furnishings’ Terracotta Collection will be displayed in a luxurious outdoor garden setting. Aside Halo Styles’ superior outdoor furnishings, the Terracotta Collection’s containers and urns will be potted with spring plants.

The display will showcase the Terracotta Collection, which is weather- and frost-proof. The line includes stately plaques, planters, urns, bird baths, and water features that add a touch of classic English style to any yard, verandah or deck. Practical for exterior use and meticulous in detail, the terracotta pieces range from Gothic bird baths and fountains in the shapes of Victorian ladies to planters and urns with dramatic lids and handles.

The Bronze Collection from Englishman’s Fine Furnishings will be located across the street at the Halo Styles’ indoor display space, 212 North Main Street. The tabletop bronze statuaries are mounted on marble bases for use as home décor accents. The design styles range from figurines and dogs to horses, stags, bears, and other animals. When placed strategically throughout interiors, they serve homeowners as both conversation pieces and stately declarations of superior design. Retail buyers and designers will find the display to be one of the most unique of its category at market this spring.

The showroom association between Englishman’s Fine Furnishings and Halo Styles is planned to provide attendees of the market a view of traditional and European styling. For more information about Englishman’s Fine Furnishings visit the company’s website at www.englishmansfurniture.com, and learn more about Halo Styles at www.halostyles.com.

To our friends in the media, Englishman’s Fine Furnishings team members will be available to speak with you at the market. If you would like to set up a meeting time to have an Englishman’s Fine Furnishings’ staff member guide you around the new displays, please contact us here at Eberly & Collard Public Relations. Or, feel free to stop by and ask for an Englishman’s Fine Furnishings’ representative at the market.

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  1. Doris A. "Mickey" StClair says

    I am Doris StClair, and I have a design business, Design Solutions, located in Huntington, West Va. I am a former customer. Now I am working on a restoration project in Huntington, The Coin Harvey House, which is a restoration project for a New Orleans inspired house, built in 1874. We are adding an addition this year, which will include the reconstruction of a brick floored patio . We will enclose the patio for year-round use. We plan to use the 18′ by 30′ space for catered events. We will need tables and chairs for this space. I know that your furniture is more old English; however I have seen some pieces on line that might work for us, Including the round and rectangular iron based tables, some of the chairs, like the one with the metal X on the back, and the chair shown with the round metal base table . I need very sturdy furniture.Please contact me at : 304 972-3883. Thanks

    • Jeff Collard says

      Hi Doris, thank you for your reply and for reading our blog. I sent your message and contact information to the team at Englishman’s Furniture last week and they should be responding to you. Best of luck to you!
      ~ The ECPR Team

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