Modway is set to open their brand-new showroom at High Point Market the first week of April. Moving to a new floor in the International Home Furnishings Center, the fully renovated showroom is a spacious 7,000 square feet. This updated browsing space will showcase Modway’s wide range of indoor and outdoor furniture selections—from their newest trending styles to their most popular furnishings from over the years.
In celebration of the grand opening of the showroom, there will be a ribbon cutting event at their new showroom location IHFC: H524 on Sunday, April 3rd at 2 pm EST. A catered sushi lunch will be served for attending visitors and guests. In addition to the ribbon cutting, Modway will be offering complimentary coffee and popcorn throughout the entire show.
Let your feet take a break from all the walking Market requires as you swing on the stylish outdoor swings. Browse Modway’s expansive selection of trending outdoor furnishings, perfect for the upcoming seasons, or be dazzled by their newest lighting collections featuring dozens of striking designs.
Whether it’s lighting, outdoor furniture, or pieces for any room in the home, Modway is always taking customer feedback into consideration to bring stylish and affordable products to their customers and retailers.
Catering to both modern indoor and outdoor furniture needs, Modway boasts over 10,000 SKUs and makes it easy to find the perfect products for your next project. Modway has become the go-to destination for industry professionals and retailers for trending furnishings in almost any style including mid-century, modern, Scandinavian, coastal, rustic, farmhouse, industrial, and bohemian.
Modway accounts benefit from extensive in-stock color, size, and style options with no order minimums, full drop-shipping capabilities, real-time inventory counts, and an easy online ordering process, making this a wholesale program that works for you.
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