Atlanta Market’s home decor offerings feature cross-category updates and expanded amenities for Summer 2022

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Atlanta Market is refining its home decor offering with approximately 11 updates across furniture, decor, textiles, rugs and accessories, as well as the reopening of the Designer Workspace, scheduled for the Summer 2022 edition July 12-18, 2022 at AmericasMart Atlanta.

“Summer 2022 home decor updates showcase what makes Atlanta Market unique – the ability to source your entire home in one cohesive location with industry-leading amenities and services,” said Scott Eckman, executive vice president, chief of International Market Centers ( IMC). Tax inspector. “New exposures to the market and major additions from top brands across all categories, as well as expanded designer services, strengthen the collection as a destination for top retailers and designers.”

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Approximately 11 new, expanded and relocated showrooms add excitement to AmericasMart’s 300+ Home Decor Showrooms showcased across eight floors of Building 1.

Five showrooms are new for Summer 2022: AA Importing (antique-style furniture and decor), Aidan Gray (European-inspired furniture, antique reproductions, lighting, garden décor and more), Aleph Home (rugs, cushions and textiles), Spura Home ( carpets and textiles) and a combined showroom for Dea Luxury Linens (Italian linens) and Henry Handwork Company (hand-embroidered linens).

The six additions and moves include Lifetime Brands (kitchenware, tableware and other household products) adding a location in Building 1 for its Elements, Mellannco, Mikasa and Scott Living lines. Three other expansions are Devgiri Exports (rugs and soft furnishings from India), Gabby (accent furniture, dining and end tables, chairs, mirrors, lighting fixtures and custom upholstery made in the USA) and Ngala Trading (handcrafted home decor using exotic, indigenous and sustainably sourced materials). from all over Africa). Two moves are Downtown Company (premium down products) and Ella Home (lighting and furniture).

New designer workspace is introduced

The Designer Workspace—a meeting place, workspace, and resource library open to Atlanta Market and AmericasMart’s Open Year Round Sourcing—will reopen this summer in a new location on Floor 15 with an all-new look. It closed in the summer of 2021 to accommodate strategic moves that were part of the Atlanta NEXT reorganization of Building 1 facility resources and is celebrating its move with the Designer Workspace Grand Reopening event on Thursday, July 14 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m

“With its move and redesign, the designer workspace has been streamlined to best serve the design community returning to AmericasMart for year-round sourcing and markets,” said Designer Services Manager Caroline Russell, who is on campus daily. to support designers. “The new location next to the elevators allows us to connect with designers as soon as they arrive, updated workspaces give them a place to work while they are on campus, and the reconfigured layout allows us to host events throughout the year and show hospitality. We can’t wait to welcome the design community to the Designer Workspace soon!”


About the Atlanta Market

Atlanta Market is the industry’s premier gift, home decor and lifestyle marketplace. It houses the country’s largest gift product mix, complemented by a wide selection of home decor, and offers more than 8,000 brands in all categories. Atlanta Market is held biannually at AmericasMart Atlanta and attracts retailers and designers from every US state and more than 60 countries. For more information visit AtlantaMarket.com.

About International Market Centers

International Market Centers (IMC) serves as a trading center for the wholesale of furniture, gifts, home accessories and apparel. With more than 20 million square feet of prime wholesale exhibit space in High Point, NC, Las Vegas and Atlanta, IMC has over 60 years of relationships and experience creating scalable wholesale business platforms. With the launch of Juniper, a fully integrated B2B commerce solution, IMC now offers the only omnichannel sales and marketing platform that seamlessly connects physical and digital wholesale. For more information visit www.imcenters.com.

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Atlanta Market is refining its home decor offering with approximately 11 updates across furniture, decor, textiles, rugs and accessories, as well as the reopening of the Designer Workspace, scheduled for the Summer 2022 edition July 12-18, 2022 at AmericasMart Atlanta.

“Summer 2022 home decor updates showcase what makes Atlanta Market unique – the ability to source your entire home in one cohesive location with industry-leading amenities and services,” said Scott Eckman, executive vice president, chief of International Market Centers ( IMC). Tax inspector. “New exposures to the market and major additions from top brands across all categories, as well as expanded designer services, strengthen the collection as a destination for top retailers and designers.”

Whole Home Resources

Approximately 11 new, expanded and relocated showrooms add excitement to AmericasMart’s 300+ Home Decor Showrooms showcased across eight floors of Building 1.

Five showrooms are new for Summer 2022: AA Importing (antique-style furniture and decor), Aidan Gray (European-inspired furniture, antique reproductions, lighting, garden décor and more), Aleph Home (rugs, cushions and textiles), Spura Home ( carpets and textiles) and a combined showroom for Dea Luxury Linens (Italian linens) and Henry Handwork Company (hand-embroidered linens).

The six additions and moves include Lifetime Brands (kitchenware, tableware and other household products) adding a location in Building 1 for its Elements, Mellannco, Mikasa and Scott Living lines. Three other expansions are Devgiri Exports (rugs and soft furnishings from India), Gabby (accent furniture, dining and end tables, chairs, mirrors, lighting fixtures and custom upholstery made in the USA) and Ngala Trading (handcrafted home decor using exotic, indigenous and sustainably sourced materials). from all over Africa). Two moves are Downtown Company (premium down products) and Ella Home (lighting and furniture).

New designer workspace is introduced

The Designer Workspace—a meeting place, workspace, and resource library open to Atlanta Market and AmericasMart’s Open Year Round Sourcing—will reopen this summer in a new location on Floor 15 with an all-new look. It closed in the summer of 2021 to accommodate strategic moves that were part of the Atlanta NEXT reorganization of Building 1 facility resources and is celebrating its move with the Designer Workspace Grand Reopening event on Thursday, July 14 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m

“With its move and redesign, the designer workspace has been streamlined to best serve the design community returning to AmericasMart for year-round sourcing and markets,” said Designer Services Manager Caroline Russell, who is on campus daily. to support designers. “The new location next to the elevators allows us to connect with designers as soon as they arrive, updated workspaces give them a place to work while they are on campus, and the reconfigured layout allows us to host events throughout the year and show hospitality. We can’t wait to welcome the design community to the Designer Workspace soon!”


About the Atlanta Market

Atlanta Market is the industry’s premier gift, home decor and lifestyle marketplace. It houses the country’s largest gift product mix, complemented by a wide selection of home decor, and offers more than 8,000 brands in all categories. Atlanta Market is held biannually at AmericasMart Atlanta and attracts retailers and designers from every US state and more than 60 countries. For more information visit AtlantaMarket.com.

About International Market Centers

International Market Centers (IMC) serves as a trading hub for the wholesale of furniture, gifts, home accessories and apparel. With more than 20 million square feet of prime wholesale exhibit space in High Point, NC, Las Vegas and Atlanta, IMC has over 60 years of relationships and experience creating scalable wholesale business platforms. With the launch of Juniper, a fully integrated B2B commerce solution, IMC now offers the only omnichannel sales and marketing platform that seamlessly connects physical and digital wholesale. For more information visit www.imcenters.com.

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