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SCENE & HEARD
  LOLOI RUGS CAN NOW BE FOUND IN A DEDICATED SHOWROOM (WTC 506).
Mapping It Out
WHO’S NEW TO DMC AND WHO’S ON THE MOVE
A t Dallas Market Center, we are welcoming new vendors, congratulating the expansions of existing showrooms and applauding the showroom moves of some of our other exhibitors. Whether home, gift, gourmet, holiday, lighting
or fashion, you’ll  nd new resources and see some of your favorites in a new light, some with more space and others with reimagined merchandising so you can experience all they have to o er.
The opening of the Interior Home + Design Center in June 2017 continues to bring excitement to Dallas Market Center. As more design-oriented home exhibitors take up residence in IHDC, we’re seeing additional new resources  ll up showrooms on our World Trade Center home  oors, WTC 1, 5, 6, 9, 10 and 11.
GO Home moves to the IHDC this January, taking a 50% larger space than its previous showroom in the World Trade Center. (See story, page 48).
The Roberta Schilling Collection of furniture and home furnishings debuts in The Gallery at IHDC this January as well, an exciting addition of design paired with comfort and function.
Other IHDC home additions include Bougainvillea and Port 68,
both relocations to The Gallery. Ellahome will be expanding its showroom (ID403) as well. On IHDC’s second  oor, holiday company O Tannenbaum and Arty Imports join Dallas Market Center in 2F216 and 2F446, respectively.
MOVING IN (WORLD TRADE CENTER)
As Dallas Market Center continues to expand its home resources, Forty West brings its furniture, lighting and home accessories to WTC’s 10th
 oor in showroom 10010, and home furnishings company Three Hands cements its position in WTC 542, after a soft launch in June.
Additional new resources to WTC include Christopher Radko, heirloom Christmas ornaments, in WTC 450; and new resources in KidsWorld and the Gourmet Market. Synclaire Brands, Inc. WTC 8050; Super Cute, Inc. WTC 8701-13; blush + blue WTC 8701-63; and the Marci Nicole Showroom WTC 8872, have all joined DMC’s KidsWorld on WTC 8. In the Gourmet Market, you’ll  nd new resources with Royal Woofery, Inc. WTC 180-E13; Texas Sludge Co ee Co. 180-D30; Daddy’s Seasonings 180-E10; Supreme Housewares & Gifts 180-E12; and Hot Ruby, 180-D26.
MAJOR MOVES (WORLD TRADE CENTER)
Headlining big moves in the World Trade Center are Accent Décor and Gabby, which have taken up residence in the WTC Atrium with revamped showrooms and more space. (See Accent Décor and Gabby stories on pages 38 and 46).
Loloi, known for its stunning rugs and home accents, such as pillows and throws moves to its own showroom (WTC 506) at Dallas Market Center this January. (See story, page 44).
Other expansions and relocations in the World Trade Center feature home, gift and holiday companies that include Feizy Rugs (WTC 102, 104), Park Hill Collection (WTC 333), Erdos + Ko Home (WTC 10014); Uttermost (WTC 10021, 10051); Ethan & Associates (WTC 11006, 11080); Saro (WTC 284); Napco (WTC 280); The Light Garden (WTC 220); Dallas Rugs (WTC 6294); Swank Home (WTC 9028); Renaissance Associates (WTC 11037.2); B&S Lighting (WTC 10012); and Oriental Trimmings (WTC 10058).
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