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Spectra Home/Palatial

200 N. Hamilton St. - N Ct 213, Floor 2
Area: Hamilton/Wrenn District

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

Spectra Home designs and manufactures luxuriously comfortable, trend-forward and exquisitely tailored upholstered furniture using time-honored construction techniques, from eight-way hand-tied coils to hand-cut and sewn fabrics and leathers. The company is based in High Point, N.C., and recently merged with Palatial Furniture, a supplier of high-quality, top-grain leather sofas and chairs to medium and upper-range retailers and the interior design trade. Both warehouse product in High Point, N.C. and Southern CA.

4pm - 6pm, April 14

Grand Opening Celebration and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Social

Spectra Home/Palatial, 200 N. Hamilton St., Floor 2

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

Join us for cocktails, sexy silhouettes and smooth jazz supplied by the High Point University Jazz Ensemble.

10am - 11am, April 15

A Curator's Talk on Art & Furniture

Educational

Spectra Home/Palatial, 200 N. Hamilton St., Floor 2

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

This special presentation features Maxine Campbell, founder of Unique Home Art & Objects Unlimited, and an all-star cast of artists who will be on hand to discuss their work. Campbell, who served as curator of High Point University's Sechrest Art Gallery for a decade, will focus her talk on the finer points of pairing art and furniture, considering genre, scale, color palette and arrangement. Much like the opening of a major gallery, a meet-and-greet with featured artists will include Fernanda Piamonti, Jon Rollins, Mariam Stephan and more.

10am - 11am, April 16, April 17, April1 18

You Say You Want a Revolution

Educational

Spectra Home/Palatial, 200 N. Hamilton St., Floor 2

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

Fact: There are more pets in America than children. Couple that with a sea-change in consumer attitudes about sustainable furnishings, and you have the makings of a Performance Fabric Revolution. Join us for an in-depth look at this fast-growing category with special guests Mike Willoughby and David Hancock of Revolution Performance Fabrics. Their provocative, fast-paced presentation will tell you everything you need to know to profit from this new and important direction in upholstered furniture. Light refreshments served.

4pm - 7pm, April 16, April 17, April1 18

Third Night Gala at Spectra Home

Social

Spectra Home/Palatial, 200 N. Hamilton St., Floor 2

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

Come enjoy our signature drink, the "Spectratini" as we celebrate Third Night in the Hamilton Wrenn North Design District, a progressive gala sponsored by Hamilton Wrenn Design District and High Point Market Authority.