Skyline Design to open Dallas showroom

Showroom to open next month

Skyline Design U.S.A., Miami-based manufacturer of luxury outdoor all-weather furniture, will open a showroom at the Dallas Market Center in time for the Total Home & Gift Marketplace show beginning Jan. 16.

Skyline manufactures furniture using fine weaving materials from such suppliers as Viro, Rehau and Ecoplast, to produce lightweight, resistant and functional styles. These synthetic fibers are boldly revolutionizing design providing chemical and UV resistant, all-weather proof, high-tensil strength furniture that is safe for the environment and 100% recyclable.

There will be a variety of collections available at the show such as the Malta, Odeon and Corona collections for deep seating. For dining, Skyline will present the Shangrila and a sample of all the stackable chairs in stock. The Sun Double and Miha chaise will also be featured. All of the collections are designed and inspired by modern and lineal elements and have received worldwide accolades revitalizing the outdoor furniture market incorporating innovative design, lasting quality and value. 

“We are very excited about the opportunity to present the collection at the Dallas Market Center,” said Judy Calzadilla, executive vice president of Skyline Design. “We feel the January show will prove to be a great launch for a successful selling season for 2008.”

The showroom is located at the Dallas Market Center WTC 6th floor, Suite 412-416-420.

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