Libeco Lagae Makes A Permanent Address in High Point

NEW YORK - Fine linens house Libeco Lagae, a five-generation family-run Belgian supplier of high-end home furnishings, has made High Point, N.C. a permanent new home with the recent opening of its showroom at Market Square Tower.
     Located on the Tower's third floor in space 382, the new showroom measures 1,500 square feet.
     Libeco Lagae previously showed its wares at the bi-annual High Point Market in a temporary space.
     Parent company Libeco Lagae N.V. claims to be the largest weaver of "Belgian Linen" product in the world. For more than 150 years, owners the Libeert family has offered high-quality pure and blended linen fabrics for furniture, upholstery, windows, apparel, decorative accessories, pillows, blankets, and rugs. The company is also known for its piece-dyed linen, plaids, stripes, wide-width, glazed, and chintzed linen styles.
     But as Libeco Lagae continues to grow and expand its product line, the showroom became a necessity, and is "a perfect space for customers to explore the diversified, high added value linen products," the company said.
     At the upcoming Showtime event in June, Libeco Lagae will be introducing a new line that includes a plaid collection, core solids, stripes, and other 100% "Belgian Linen"-branded styles.

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