Padma's Plantation returns to April High Point Market
March 15, 2017,
HIGH POINT - Padma’s Plantation, which specializes in indoor and outdoor residential furniture made with natural woven materials and reclaimed woods, is returning to the High Point Market after about four years.
The company last showed in April 2013 at the Alamo building at 317 S. Hamilton Street. Due to light traffic and sales, the company decided to pull out of the market for an extended period.
At the April 22-26 market, the company will show in a 700-square-foot-space in G7048 of the Salon area of the Suites at Market Square. There, it will show a mix of new product including new reclaimed teak and metal dining tables for indoor and outdoor use as well as new stylish club chairs.
“We feel that we need to go back to market now that our offering has grown and changed dramatically,” said Fanjon, adding that there will be a lot of introductions featuring new materials.
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