Libby Langdon Collection is Featured at High Point Market for the first time

Libby Langdon will be launching her new collection for Casart Coverings this weekend at High Point Market.

Online PR News – 19-October-2013 – High Point, North Carolina – The Libby Langdon Collection for Casart Coverings will be featured for the first time at High Point Market, the largest home furnishings trade show in the world – bringing more than 75,000 industry visitors together every six months. The Collection will be on view in North Carolina from October 19 – 24 at the Libby Langdon Upholstery for Braxton Culler exhibit.

Designer, author and makeover television personality Libby Langdon is the creative force behind New York City-based design firm Libby Interiors, Inc. Thanks to her extensive work in television and with her clients in interior makeovers, Libby has developed a unique insight into how we really live and what we really want today. Libby’s residential and commercial projects, embodying her easy, elegant, everyday style, have earned widespread acclaim and she is known for her growing collections of branded home furnishings products.

The Libby Langdon Collection for Casart encompasses four memorable geometrics; each offered in four colorways that can also be customized to color choice. They are custom printed on self-adhesive vinyl wallcovering with a unique pressure-sensitive backing that allows them to be easily removed and reused without tools or damage to walls. They offer the look and luxury of high-end wallpaper without its permanence and labor-intensive installation. The Libby Langdon Collection includes: Lively Lattice, Chic Chevron, Groovy Gate and Mini Maze all in hip, contemporary patterns on removable, reusable, peel-and-stick wallcovering for easy, DIY, everyday living style. The Collection will be available to purchase via the new Casart Coverings website

The team at Casart strongly encourages you to visit the launch of Libby’s Collection for Casart at the Libby Langdon Upholstery for Braxton Culler exhibit. The exhibit is located at 310 S. Elm Street. For more information on the exhibit, visit
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