Vendor Profile

Howard Elliott

210 E. Commerce Ave
H224, Hamilton, Floor 2
High Point, NC 27260
businessBuilding: IHFC
Non-Furniture Product Categories
Decorative Accessories
Wall Décor
Furniture Product Categories
Occasional / Accents
Price Point
High Point Market Exhibitor
First Tuesday
Distribution Channels
U.S. Warehouse
Designer Friendly
Hospitality / Contract

Key Differentiators

  • Expansive assortment of innovative designs spanning key decorative categories—accessories, full-size accent furniture (often with multifunction), original wall art and mirrors—and domestically produced decorative pillows and poufs.
  • With quality levels created to please both retailers and the design trade alike, all Howard Elliott products are warehoused in Chicago. No minimum orders.
  • Focused on exquisite finishes, a range of materials and developing designs with a difference, the company has the ability to customize products within its good, better, best assortment to help key retail partners stand out.
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The Story

In what may be the best kept secret in the industry, Howard Elliott has grown far beyond its roots as a decorative mirror company to become a complete home décor resource—forging new frontiers in product, pricing and marketing programs that cater to the distinct business needs of its retail, design, and hospitality customers.

Whatever the category, the name of the game here is innovative design. There is no such thing as cookie-cutter or off-the-shelf here. Whether it is shape, mixing materials, finish, or embellishment, look for an unexpected twist. As example: A decorative bowl that might traditionally be a tabletop piece is transformed into wall art, while a square mirror hangs here as a diamond. High-quality accessories are often oversized (to the point of floor-standing). And, along with the decorative mirrors in every shape and form upon which the company was built, Howard Elliott is also making a name for itself today with a full line of original, hand-painted, canvas art framed in wood floaters. Think designer looks at affordable price points and loads of perceived value.

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