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HiEnd Accents sees opportunity with bigger digs in Las Vegas, High Point

DALLAS — HiEnd Accents is growing.

The Dallas-based home textiles company is expanding its showrooms in both Las Vegas and High Point this year, enabling it to better showcase its brands, which include HiEnds Accents (everyday luxury linens), Paseo Road (rustic-themed bedding), Saturday Linens (hospitality line) and Indigo Hill (a recently launched opening price point collection).

At the Las Vegas World Market Center, the company will be relocating to a larger space, moving from B-102 to B-105, just across the hall.

Similarly, at the Showplace building in High Point, it is doubling its footprint by expanding into the showroom adjacent to its current location. The address remains space 2500, allowing the company to maintain its presence while significantly increasing its display area to offer a more comprehensive and engaging experience for visitors, it said.

“These expansions reflect our dedication to providing our trade and designer partners with the best possible buying experience, showcasing our diverse and innovative product lines in spaces that truly represent our brands,” said President Jonathan He.

“Announcing these expansions ahead of our company’s 20-year anniversary next year makes it even more special,” he added. “We look forward to building even stronger relationships with our valued partners and helping them find the perfect home textiles to meet their clients’ needs.”

New Provence top-of-bed is a summer introduction.

The company also maintains a showroom at Dallas Market Center. At the recent Total Home & Gift Market there, HiEnd Accents introduced a new floral print on a washed linen base; a new line of bouclé throws and lumber pillows in four colors, called Teddy for its teddy bear-like coziness; the Provence top-of-bed line in an autumnal palette; additions to Paseo Road, its Western-themed brand; and a new top-of-bed collection called Denim that had been under development for roughly a year as the company perfected the washing process so that the dye will not transfer to skin or other fabrics.

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