New Growth Designs to debut High Point showroom

Company also launched new website

New Growth DesignsHIGH POINT, N.C. - In an effort to better serve its customers, New Growth Designs announced the opening of a brand new 7,000-sq.-ft. foot showroom located at 422 N. Hamilton Street, for the spring 2017 High Point Market. New Growth Designs can now display its collection of hand-crafted permanent botanicals and outdoor greenery, as well as its full line of fiberglass and terracotta planters.

See Related Article: Progressive Business Media, High Point Market Authority partner with Habitat for Humanity

In addition, the company recently redesigned its website, featuring a number of new design elements to enhance the shopping experience. Website highlights include:

• A website fully dedicated to the design trade industry
• Ability to create unlimited project boards/lists
• Advanced sorting features – ability to sort by type, color, container, etc.
• Greater clarity on quantity discounts
• Faster search
• Mobile compatibility

See Related Article: Seminars and Suite Spot Tours slated for High Point Market

Web Directory Search
Search for Products/Companies
Subscribe to
Casual Living eWeekly
Receive the news you need to know about the trends in the industry delivered right to your inbox.

Exterior Design

Exterior Design Fall 2017

A new season means a fresh look at outdoor luxury in the fall issue of Exterior Design. From the Hollywood Hills to the penthouses of New York, we explore the most opulent outdoor spaces, products and designs. The Fifth Room has arrived in high style, and you don't want to miss it! See the latest issue!

October Digital Edition


Don't miss the October digital edition of Casual Living! In this month’s Market Issue, we’ll bring you all the highlights of Casual Market Chicago, from innovative new products and hot trends to this year’s award winners and a taste of the party scene. Plus, you’ll get a sneak peek of all the product debuts at High Point Market.

In this issue:

  • Consumer Survey: Did you know three out of four consumers read online reviews before purchasing outdoor furniture? That’s just one of the shopping insights shared in our exclusive report on consumer buying habits.
  • Designer Viewpoint: A North Carolina designer creates an outdoor space for a modern-day Brady Bunch. • Barbecue Lifestyle: Our grill guy gives tips on extending the season through the holidays.
  • Focus On: Patterns punch up the style quotient of outdoor accessories.
October Digital Edition