Furniture Focus: Good, Better, Best

Spring introductions for the furniture category — upholstery and case goods — are as exciting and trendy as ever for April Market! Much like a well-rounded wardrobe, furniture showrooms are providing an assortment of fashion focuses to buyers, and just about every color and size — from deep, rich hues and serene neutrals in upholstery to lighter, streamlined designs in case goods — is part of this season’s spring showcase.

Ashley Furniture


Ashley Furniture (IHFC-H900) is one of the many among the furniture lines offering a whole-home value proposition and a selection of style options for all consumer demographics, from Millennials to Gen Xers and Baby Boomers. United Furniture (IHFC-C1258) is expanding for Spring Market and adding Lane product to the mix on the 12th floor of IHFC, expanding to an 80,000-square-feet showroom and adding “more bang for your buck” furniture category.



Magnussen Home (IHFC-M810) and Universal Furniture (IHFC-H534) are debuting new collections, but these introductions are just a start of what buyers will find in better lines at Spring Market. A.R.T. Furniture (Plaza Suites 200) continues to enhance its line of upholstery and case goods pieces, many with designs influenced by key destinations throughout the U.S., and Dovetail (MS142,243,C&D-7K) always a retailer and designer favorite, has tripled its showroom space, moving to the second floor of historic Market Square. TOV Furniture (Show 1850) is a new Showplace destination, as is Capris Furniture (SHOW 3555,3603).

Christopher Guy_Le Jardin


A journey up Hamilton Street, by trolley or foot, reveals an extraordinary selection of high-end product lines available to retailers and designers. Whether Christopher Guy’s Fifth Avenue-inspired showcase and product line or the European ambiance of the luxurious Dorya (330 N. Ham-107), Alden Parkes (200 N. Ham- S Ct110), Chelsea House (200 N. Ham- S Ct104,125), or Resource Décor (330 N. Ham-101, SAMS M-7045) – all leaders in design, the showroom buildings and freestanding shops in Hamilton-Wrenn district is must-see for buyers and designers with discerning clients. 

Additional high-end, high-design destinations are available in the main buildings and beyond at High Point Market.

See more furniture: Bernhardt Furniture Company (IHFC-D601); Schnadig/Caracole (IHFC-C500); Schneider (Furn.Plaza 518); Seven Wonders (Furn.Plaza 1-515) and Summer Classics/Gabby (IHFC-IH205).