Arteriors to open new lighting showroom at Dallas Market Center

Arteriors opens new lighting showroom at Dallas Market Center.
The showroom, 3301-TM, will be located on the third floor of the Trade Mart in the atrium-facing space.

Arteriors, provider of lighting, furniture and accessories to residential and commercial clients, will open a new lighting showroom in the Dallas Market Center on January 17. The showroom, 3301-TM, will be located on the third floor of the Trade Mart in the atrium-facing space, replacing Arteriors’ location at 3941-TM where the brand was located over the previous two years.

The new space will have items from the fall/winter 2017 collection, as well as bestsellers and key products from Arteriors’ 1,200-product assortment. These will include chandeliers, sconces and pendants, as well as stools, benches and accessories.

The most prominent feature in the 2,123 square foot showroom will be Arteriors’ new Lighting Gallery Program. Scalable merchandising options will include luxury wall attachments, branded signage and pedestals.


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Arteriors was founded by Mark Moussa in 1987. It is a Dallas-based company that specializes in lighting, furniture and decorative accessories. Arteriors has trade-only showrooms in Dallas, New York City, Atlanta, Chicago, High Point, N.C., and stores in Los Angeles, California in the La Cienega Design District and in Dallas, Texas in the Dallas Design District.

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