Padma's Plantation to appear in Showplace
Casual Living Staff -- Casual Living, April 13, 2012
Padma's Plantation, an indoor and casual furniture and accents source, is moving to its High Point showroom to Showplace, Space 1000, for the upcoming market, April 21-26.
The West Chicago-based company, which had been showing at 317 N. Hamilton, chose to relocate to Showplace to be more convenient for buyers, according to Padma's Plantation President Renee Maria Fanjon.
"We think we'll attract a lot of new customers to our showroom in Showplace because it's right in the center of the action," she said. "We want to make it as easy as possible for them to come see us."
Padma's Plantation will use one showroom for its casual offerings and an adjacent showroom for its indoor line.
At market, the company will add lower-priced pieces to its line.
"Some of our customers have been requesting that we bring out some more affordable pieces to complement our existing line, which is upper-medium to high end," Fanjon said. "We're also going back to our roots and featuring a more rustic, primitive look in the outdoors and indoors."
The company offers five-day quick-ship service on several hundred in-stock items in its line. Padma's Plantation sells its products through high-end furniture stores, home accent specialists, outdoor retailers and interior designers.