What’s new and what’s next at the Total Home & Gift Market for January

DALLAS – Dallas Market Center sets the stage for this year’s premiere, Total Home & Gift Market, January 5-11, 2022. Over 50 new and expanding permanent showrooms, additions to Temps, new special events, and inspiration for retail decision makers Show highlights.

“We offer buyers the first opportunity to discover trends, review new products, and place orders,” said Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “It is more important than ever for retailers to experience the market in person in order to source across categories and discover products that differentiate them from the rest. That is why we are introducing an unparalleled showcase of inspiration and community this January.”

Pre-registration, the exclusive way to receive FastPass for contactless express entry, is now available at dallasmarketcenter.com.

New buyers orders soar, international buyers return

New buyer orders are up more than 50% compared to previous years, with the strongest gains coming from buyers located in the Midwest and Southeast. January will also mark the return of international buyers from Canada, Mexico and across Latin America to the Dallas market. To support new buyers arriving at their winter offerings, the Market Center has a dedicated team of retail ambassadors. During the show, new buyers in the market will be welcomed with private tours, a welcome desk and a buyers’ lounge. New buyers are encouraged to review market announcements, website, and download the app for pre-market planning.

New and expanding showrooms

Among the more than fifty new and expanding permanent showrooms are legendary brands and popular companies in gift, home, household, gourmet, holiday, floral and lighting. A full list of additions will be printed in the upcoming winter issue of Spark magazine. Among the highlights:

New showrooms from Crestview Home (WTC 333); Elite Accessories Ltd. (TM 1448); French Bee (TM 1725); Hester & Cook (TM 2503); Kendrick Home (WTC 320); modern burlap (TM 1335);Novart (WTC 6650); Young’s Inc. (TM 1034); Daria Carpet & Antiques (WTC 6694); and Pacific Trading (TM 2218).

Inside a collection of 2,301 curated gifts from around the world that will include debut Bonnecaze Absinthe & Home (WTC 2301-13) with copies of uncommon artifacts from France. Heritage Lace (WTC 2301-35) is a manufacturer of high-end specialty textiles and products. And stress reduces diffusers and perfumes from Serene House USA (TM 2301-21).

January expansion NextGen Dallas (TM 1028 and 1030) Welcome back Enesco to the Dallas Market Center inside their showroom. Enesco is a gift company with a portfolio of award-winning artists and products, including Jim Shore, Designs by Lolita, Department 56 Villages, and Disney Traditions.

· Cathy & Company (TM 1600) Adams Apple Co. expands and adds. and Wabi Whiffs and Christina’s Clean Creations.

· Exhibition (IHDC 1D202) Hosts new businesses including furniture and design studio Amatoya (GL82-83). Ann Army (GL16) It is known for its exquisitely detailed and meticulously crafted bed linens. Collective & Co. Home (GL28) Adds pillows, decor, and more. Creative Yarns (GL 76) The gap between West and East is bridged with curtains designed with Indian art. Outpost Original (GL32) Displays decor and furniture. Timothy Poe Studio (GLW-3) He is an Alabama artist for the reflexology shown at Marburger Farms in Round Top. And the Debra Steidel (GL86) She has fine art porcelain pieces. Expansion of the exhibition is Cloud9 Design (GL92) With its textiles including Marina B.

Includes additional expanded showrooms Avenue Lighting (TM 3521); Classic Home (WTC 530-520)And the cliff Price & Co. (TM 1888)And the K&K Interiors (WTC 237)And the De Leon Kits (TM 1501)And the Fortune Silks (WTC 2F115)And the Gaby (WTC 154)And the Olivia Riegel (TM 2301.41)And the PA House (WTC 523-525)And the Balcony View (WTC 280-2F446).

Includes relocated and expanded galleries Danny Alvin Ceramics (IHDC 1D409)And the Foster Point (IHDC 1D101)And the TAG (WTC 350).

Showroom debuts include: Ivystone (WTC 236) Four lines expand their footprints: Beatriz Bol Consuela, Nappa House and Garden, and Karma / Stephen Joseph. Global Views (IHDC 1D209) New collection from Roger Thomas. Stylecraft (WTC 10074) The debut of Dann Foley Lifestyle’s home furnishing collection.

Lighting highlights in conjunction with the biggest lighting show of the year:

Jeffrey Alan Marks started a new collection for Progress Lighting (TM 3840)

· Maxim Group (TM 3901/3905) Undergoes a comprehensive remodel of its lighting showroom and welcomes new collaboration with Nina Magon for Studio M

· Calco Lighting (TM 3303) Introducing an exciting new collection with interior designer Vanessa de Leon.

· Hinkley Lighting Commander (TM 3210) Celebrating its centenary

· Norwell Manufacturing (TM 3321) Expanded indoor and outdoor lighting showroom.

Now a wholly owned subsidiary of the company WAC Lighting (TM 3101)And the Schönbeck (TM 4926) An exciting new product emerges as a leading luxury design brand.

Taylors – FComfortable and technical lighting (IHDC 1D111) Many new collections welcome: surface design firm Hable at Taylors, lighting designs from Avroko, Kelly Wearstler, Mick De Giulio, Sean Lavin for Tech Lighting and Visual Comfort offer lighting from designer Paloma Contreras.

Expansion of the frequency spectrum, River Ceiling Fans (TM 4517) She got her own showroom for fans, lighting kits and controls.

A whole market of Temps

The Temps will be presenting at Total Home & Gift Market, January 5-8, with hundreds of new and returning exhibitors. Buyers will explore an entire market of Temps with four distinct neighborhoods to discover new products and brands.

12 World Trade Center: a gift; bath, body and spa; Home & Home Decor Temps; T-shirts plus a new section called Luxe at 12.

Trade Market 1: Luxury Gift Watches

13 World Trade Center: clothing, accessories, and footwear

Market Hall: Cash & Carry, Artisan Cash & Carry, Antique Home Decor

LUXE on 12 is an eclectic collection of luxury gifts, home and apparel including Summer Weatherly for clothes Lord Jones for CBD products; Stephen Wilson Studio for unique artworks; And the big luffyLuxurious and upscale inspirational blankets. Bath, body, and spa products are now in a totally reimagined 12 destination. Candles, soaps, diffusers, and more. Paper Street Studio; Find botanical skin care products from butter and me; Kimberly House Shows bath bombs, soap and more; And the Greenwich Bay Trading Company Offers soap made in North Carolina. Temps Home and Home Decor recently located on the 12th floor, along with various T-shirts, blouses, hats and more.

Clothing, accessories, fashion and shoes Package Temps Floor 13. Jewelry made from 100% recyclable metals Aubrey Adele; Bold earrings, necklace, and handcrafted straw bags from Lizzie lirush; Precision-made parts Gresham. Snag . Women’s colorful embroidered clothing J. Marie . collections; MIA shoes He has new shoes.

Find more LUXE items all over the first floor of Trade Mart, such as diffusers and scents from whistling; silver bags boutique from couture knives; Wooden jigsaw puzzles made with artwork from stars puzzles; and acrylic toy sets from Luxe Dominoes.

For a vast paradise of cash goods and totes, head to Market Hall. Now featuring the largest collection of home and antique décor items ever seen in Dallas in the main hall, with brands ranging from In another land to me Inspired by Sono, Tin Can Gypsy and Broke Jewels. North Hall has an amazing selection of gifts, jewellery, home, apparel, gourmet and other items. Include Parker fonts Creek Foods, Starla Boutique, Beverage Equipment, Unique Dot Dot Creationsin addition to artisanal brands such as Mila + Stevie, Creative Brazil, Paris Station Estate Jewelry, and Stevens Colorado.

GC . Group Purchase Conference

GC Buying Group will hold a “Year of the Year” conference at the Dallas Market Center. The annual kitchenware event attracts retailers from across the country to review new products from sellers with company managers, peer networking, and presentations from business and industry experts. Vendor Showcase will display a wide range of products for the home – from gadgets to luxury cookware to the latest electrical appliances in the kitchen.

Pop-up window for household items: cook, eat and entertain

The market now offers over 300 cooking, dining and entertainment brands. The unique design of this neighborhood in the Trade Mart features a bright orange road and a modern, open space for a pop-up exhibition for participating companies that now includes the following: Arte Italica, Riedel Crystal, Totally Bamboo, Buzzee, Via Deco Home, Ecologie by Danica, Woodchuck Creations, Mierco European Linens, Crown Linen Designs, Fuji Merchandise Group, Food Huggers, Gourmet du Village, My State Thread, Sophie Allport, Well Told Designs, Harold Imports, Others will be announced soon. There will be three neighborhood events: On Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1 to 3 p.m., there’s homeware happy hour for buyers to sip and walk around the neighborhood. Inside permanent galleries include brands Jura, Le Creuset, Zwilling / JA Henckels, Shun / Kai, Kyocera, Vitamix, OXO, The Cookware Company, And much more.

32nd Art Awards

The Dallas Market Center and Creative Home Furnishing Network ART have announced the return of the ARTS Awards one year after the HEARTS Awards to honor epidemiologists. The 32nd ARTS Awards return on Friday, January 7th at the Hilton Anatole, hosted by Tom Felicia and Carson Kressley. The Arts Awards are an international awards program dedicated to excellence and achievement in the home industry. The ARTS Awards will include category-specific awards as well as a Special Academy Achievement Award for Carolyn Hebel, President of Norwalk Furniture, and a special HEARTS Award given to the Malouf Foundation. The ARTS Awards Preview will take place Thursday at 6pm

Special events and hospitals

Events across the campus will offer food, drink and entertainment to attendees as well as moments of inspiration from the experts. A full list of events is available via the website but highlights the following:

Daily hospitality in all neighborhoods of Temps. Check the printed schedule at the website or DMC app.

– Shayla Copas with Christian Daw in partnership with Bollywoodwhich takes place in Designer’s Courtyard (WTC 9009) It’s 11:30 a.m. on Thursday.

Report on lighting and home trends with global trend ambassador Patty Carpenter, taking place at SMART Center (TM 4826) Thursday at 2:00 pm

Dan Foley and Shayla Cuba in conversation at Charles Ray & Associates on Thursday at 3:00 p.m.

Dann Foley Lifestyle launch event in Stylecraft (WTC 10074) It’s 1:00 p.m. on Friday.

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