Dallas Market Center Launches Lighting Concierge

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Furniture World News Bureau on 09/13/2022




Dallas Market Center announces the launch of a new service for the design community: the Lighting Concierge.

The Lighting Concierge is an exclusive and complementary support service for interior designers in the lighting of their projects. The Concierge offers project planning assistance, new product preview, access to year-round lighting showrooms, and privileged access to purchase lighting directly. The Lighting Concierge is now available during business hours and is located in a dedicated area adjacent to registration on the first floor of the Trade Mart.

Arturo Maluy, a 20-year veteran of the lighting industry, serves as lighting concierge. His knowledge extends from light fixtures and fans to lighting control systems and even light bulbs. He brings every client an understanding of how to successfully integrate lighting into design projects and find the right lighting.

The growing list of 3 showroomsrd and 4e The Trade Mart floor participating in Lighting Concierge includes Savoy House, Progress Lighting, Elk Home, Crystorama, Varaluz, Hinkley, Quoizel, DALS Lighting and Maxim Group Companies which includes Maxim Lighting, ET2 Contemporary Lighting and Studio M.

“We are proud to be the first marketplace to offer this helpful service available to all designers every day of the week,” said Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “Lighting is an elegant but often complex decision. Our lighting exhibitors have recognized this and are eager to help. That’s why we are launching a service that will allow our Lighting Concierge to be the lighting expert for a team of designers.

Designers are welcome to book an appointment today or drop by to meet Arturo to discuss lighting and design projects while enjoying complimentary coffee or champagne. More information is available at dallasmarketcenter.com/lighting/concierge

During Dallas Design Week, September 12-15, Lighting Concierge is sponsoring designer Mat Sanders’ keynote presentation, “The Impact of Lighting in Design.” The presentation, hosted by Dallas-based designer Roz Murphy, will take place Thursday, September 15 at 1 p.m. in the World Trade Center Atrium. All designers are invited to enjoy a light lunch at the event and meet the Lighting Concierge.

The fall edition of Dallas Design Week will feature events and promotions for the design community that will take place in more than 1.5 million square feet of design showrooms. Dallas Design Week runs concurrently with Total Home & Gift Market, ArchLIGHT Summit, which is the Trade Mart’s new commercial and architectural lighting event; and two design events at Market Hall: WestEdge Design Fair and Artexpo Dallas. More information is available at https://dallasmarketcenter.com/dallasdesignweek.

Only Dallas Market Center features the most comprehensive collection of new and best-selling products in multiple categories, including home decor and lighting, as well as gifts, holidays and flowers, housewares, gourmet foods, clothing and accessories, handicrafts, etc. The market includes the largest residential lighting trade events in North America; the largest and most successful daily design center; dominant trade events for gifts, home decor, holidays and flowers; and the nation’s most comprehensive apparel and accessories marketplace, featuring the latest styles from East Coast and West Coast designers.


About Dallas Mall

Dallas Market Center is the largest daily design resource in the United States and serves retail buyers and interior designers across the country and abroad who seek a wide range of home decor products. The efficient marketplace includes more than 1.5 million square feet of space dedicated to the design of furniture showrooms, decorative accessories and residential lighting. The Dallas Market Center also hosts trade events and specialty design events throughout the year, attracting thousands of members of the design community. For more information, visit dallasmarketcenter.com.

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