Vanguard Furniture debuts permanent space at Atlanta market

Conover, N.C., January 2024 – Home fashion leader and American-made upholstery furniture maker Vanguard Furniture is expanding its presence at the Atlanta Market with a new permanent showroom. While it has previously shown in temporary spaces at the show, the company is debuting its new permanent space in Building 1, Floor 6, Space E-7 at the upcoming January Atlanta Market, where it will be displaying the best of its indoor and outdoor  furnishings. 


“We believe the Atlanta Market is an important show and a great place to connect with  designers, outdoor/ casual furniture specialists, and retailers,” said Vanguard President/CEO Andy Bray. “It’s exciting to be debuting our new permanent showroom there in January and we  have even more in store for the July show. We love meeting with designers and sharing our  custom and in-stock options and it has been an ideal environment for connecting with them.  This market we’re bringing our newest looks and best-sellers in designs for both indoor and  outdoor living.”  

Vanguard will be showing its line of casegoods and upholstery, as well as its 60+ piece Michael  Weiss Outdoor collection in Building 1, Floor 6, Space E-7. The company will also present an  expanded presentation of its whole-home assortment at the summer Atlanta Market in July. 

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Known for its sophisticated designs and custom capabilities, Vanguard Furniture is a manufacturer and  marketer of high-end casegoods and upholstery. Founded in 1969, the family-held company employs 750+  associates in seven manufacturing facilities across North Carolina and Virginia and has flagship showrooms in  High Point, N.C., and Las Vegas. Proudly crafted in the USA using the finest materials, each Vanguard  Furniture creation is a collector’s piece handmade by artisans and built to last for generations. Vanguard is a  founding member of the Sustainable Furniture Council, and its green initiatives include recycling 95% of all  post manufacturing waste, recycling paper, fabric scraps, metal, wood scrap, plastic, and corrugated  products. For more information, visit

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