Made Goods has expanded its outdoor showcase in its 203 N. Wrenn St. property, allotting the building’s entire third floor to outdoor.
The new expansion to the third floor comes after the space’s opening during last April’s High Point Market. Made Goods’ space, a converted bank that the company calls The Bank on Wrenn, is a midcentury-style building built in the early 1960s. A recognizable part of High Point’s downtown, Made Goods spent two years updating the space before opening it, incorporating classic 1960s bathrooms, creating a distinctive front stair out of the old vault and incorporating a classic women’s lounge into the space.
During last market’s opening, the third floor, which is surrounded on three sides by windows and features a patio area, was incomplete. Now, the company has finished the floor and allotted the entirety of it for use as an outdoor furniture and accessory showroom space. In it, Made Goods is displaying new and old introductions like large scale planters, sofas, accent tables and outdoor accessories.
“Made Goods really got into outdoor because they listened to what their customers were asking for,” says Erinn Cortez, public relations and social media manager for Made Goods. “So this floor and all the product represent that. Customers wanted more outdoor from the company.”