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Handmade Category Expands At Vegas Market

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Mirroring the industry’s overall interest in handmade products, Las Vegas Market announced an increase in handmade gift and home décor resources, craft-focused programming and artisan industry partnerships for the Summer 2017 Las Vegas Market, July 30-August 3, 2017. “Las Vegas has experienced substantial and steady increases in handcrafted exhibitors, with a record 320 artisan resources confirmed for the Summer Market. At the same time, we have noted a double-digit gain in buyers identifying handmade as a category of product interest, so there is a commensurate level of increased buying activity.” said Dorothy Belshaw, president of Gift Leasing and Chief Marketing Officer, International Market Centers. “As the leading furniture, home decor and gift destination in the western United States, Las Vegas Market is uniquely positioned as the premiere portal to Western distribution for global craft resources.” A record 320 handmade gift and home décor resources – from across the United States and around the world and representing all media and product categories – will be featured at the Summer 2017 Las Vegas Market in both permanent showrooms and in temporary exhibits in The Pavilions at Las Vegas Market. A concentration of 75 artisans will be presented in the HANDMADE category in Pavilion 1, including first time Las Vegas Market exhibitors Abrazo Style; Amano Trading; Applepear Handcrafted Jewelry; Aroara Industries; Broken Top Candle Company; EllaJude; Grandmother’s Buttons; Korbata; LUA Company; Lumily; and World Treasure Trading. The Market also welcomes back former exhibitors Blue Hill by Hand; KOZAKH; and Lumia Designs. Artisan collectives also will be featured in other campus locations. An Artisanal LA (ALA) pop-up showcase, in Pavilion 1, will highlight 35+ Los Angeles based makers and crafters. The American Made Collective (a showroom on C11) will feature 19 American artisan exhibitors in a 3,636-square-foot showroom. Participants include Carole’s Candles; Cynthia Webb Designs; Designer Stone Inc.; Dock 6 Pottery; Erin Smith Art; Heart the Moment; Jacob’s Musical Chimes; Juniper Tree Supplies; Michal Golan Jewelry; Michael Michaud Designs; Prairie Dance; Printed Canvas; Samantha Grace Designs; Sabbath-Day Woods; Sea Stones; Spooner Creek & Macone Clay; Sue Rosengard Jewelry Design; TreeStump WoodCrafts; and WATCHCRAFT. Beyond these groupings, there are hundreds of other handmade and artisan resources presented across the Las Vegas Market campus – from American-made furniture and hand-tufted rugs from around the world in Buildings A and B to handmade vintage jewelry and accessories in Pavilion 2. A full listing of domestic and international handcrafted resources is available through the online Exhibitor Directory at In an expansion of its partnership with CRAFT (Craft Retailers & Artists for Tomorrow) ,Las Vegas Market will present two artisan-focused seminars this Summer. “America Gets Crafty!” will address how American Craft Week can help boost in-store traffic and generate sales of American-made products. Speakers include: Diane Sulg of CRAFT; Alexis Moyer from Mendocino Celebrates American Craft Week; Rani Richardson, owner of Random Acts of Art in Naples, FL; Greg Worden, owner of Vermont Artisan Designs in Brattleboro, VT; and artisan Mavis Stevens of Miss Mavis’ Fun House in Buford, GA. The session is scheduled for Sunday, January 30, 3pm – 4pm. “Meet the Makers,” scheduled for Sunday, July 31, 11:30am – 1pm, will feature a panel of distinguished makers and curators of artisanal products who will explore the path from concept to creation, while staying true to an original...

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Vegas Markets Expands Home Offerings

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Las Vegas Market announced that another 13 leading home décor resources will debut new and expanded showrooms at the Summer 2017 Las Vegas Market, July 30-August 3, 2017, as part of the continuing growth and enhanced participation of better home décor brands at the Market. “Las Vegas Market continues to experience increased demand from better home décor suppliers for both permanent showrooms and temporary exhibition space,” said Scott Eckman, president of furniture and home décor leasing and chief strategy officer, International Market Centers. “No other U.S. market offers retailers and designers such a breadth and depth of better home décor alongside a full range of complementary furniture and gift products.” Gabby, an Alabama-based manufacturer of transitional furniture, case goods, custom upholstery and lighting products, returns to Las Vegas after a one market hiatus in a 13,500 square foot showroom on C13 shared with sister brand Summer Classics, manufacturer of luxury casual/outdoor furniture. According to Bew White, CEO of Gabriella White, LLC, parent company of both Summer Classics and Gabby, “Summer Classics had a record-setting Las Vegas market in January, and Gabby’s return to Las Vegas this July provides a distinct opportunity for exposure to new distribution on the West Coast. Putting both brands together supports our growth initiatives by leveraging the existing cross-over between each brand’s customer base, and allowing our sales representatives to support both brands effectively.” Four additional first-time Las Vegas Market home décor vendors will open new showrooms at Summer Market: Chesterfield Leather, a Philadelphia-based supplier of cowhide, leather, sheepskin, luxury and exotic floor coverings in a 1,637-square-foot location on C5; Cozy Nomad, a Los Angeles-based supplier of one-of-a-kind throws, pillows and furniture, in a 482- square-foot showroom on C5; Eastern Accents, a Chicago-based designer and manufacturer of luxury bedding in a 2,697-square-foot showroom on A1 they were previously represented in; and Hugo Park, a Delaware-based global importer of quality furniture, home accents and accessories, in a 1,256-square-foot space on C4. Another nine high-profile home décor firms are expanding or relocating showrooms for Summer Market, including: Adesso Inc., a supplier of contemporary lighting, furniture and home décor, with a 5,444-square-foot space on A4; Diamond Star Glass, manufacturer of quality floral and gift glassware products, with a 5,561-square-foot location on A4; Norwalk Furniture, a custom upholstery manufacturer, with a 7,621-square-foot space on A2; Saro Trading, a diversified home accessory company specializing in coordinating linens, with a 4,670-square- foot showroom on C4; Seasonal Living, an importer of indoor and outdoor furniture and decorative accessories, with a 1,878-square-foot location on C4; Steven Shell, specializing in custom handcrafted furniture from Indonesia, relocating to a 6,376-square-foot showroom on C4; Palecek, a manufacturer of beautifully handcrafted furniture, accessories and lighting, with a 7,053-square-foot space on C4; Pulvermacher Designs, a Miami Gardens-based producer of home textiles in an 823-square-foot location on C4: and Wesley Allen, a leading metal furniture designer, with a 4,904-square-foot location on C4. Another 100+ home décor suppliers will be showcased among 500+ temporary exhibitors in The Pavilions at Las Vegas Market. HOME and B HOME – one of five categories of temporary exhibitors – will welcome first-time home décor exhibitors this summer, including: 727 Sailbags; ArtAllure; Evelyne Prelonge; Eydel Fine Arts; Filling Spaces; Gatsby Lighting; Gem Décor; Jo & Maddie; Mill Wood Art; Namo Rugs; Nedia Home; Neta Dizayn; New View;...

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AmericasMart Atlanta Gearing Up For July Gift Show

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The Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market® is the essential buying opportunity of the summer for discerning gift retailers from across the nation and the world as its showcase of must-have, trendsetting merchandise is augmented by first-to-Market programming and educational opportunities. Buyers enjoy a comprehensive Marketplace featuring industry-leading collections in specialty categories including General and Specialty Gift, Gourmet & Housewares, Tabletop & Gift, Home Accents and The Gardens® July 11–18, 2017, complemented by corresponding temporary categories July 13–17. “This July Market is any incredible opportunity to see the AmericasMart® Atlanta Gift collection at its very best,” says Mary Sullivan, senior vice president of Leasing. “Exhibitors are looking at new and exciting ways to showcase product, new lines are joining the collection and our AmericasMart LIVE programming presents business building information in a forum unlike anywhere else. It is really a can’t-miss Market experience.” Across the collection, new and existing exhibitors are taking advantage of AmericasMart’s unmatched depth and breadth of product to explore new ways to reach buyers. Both Godinger Group and Michael Aram expand to showcase new-to-Atlanta collections for the July Market. Godinger showcases Phillip Whitney in its additional space on Floor 8, while Michael Aram showcases Marigold Artisans on Floor 9. Meissenburg Designs relocates to Floor 7 for proximity to the popular Made in America product destination. Appelman Schauben expands its AmericasMart footprint with an additional 5,000 square feet of trend-driven lifestyle product on Floor 11. The new collection features The Beach Glass, Flint, Meri Meri, Stanley Products, Studio Oh, Time Concepts and Toss Designs, strategically showcased near other lines represented by Appelman Schauben: Harmon, TAG and Imax. “When I found out that there was room for Appelman Schauben to expand onto Floor 11, I wanted to take advantage of it,” says Peter Schauben. “The new space increases our ability to bring more new and exciting companies and products to our retail partners.” Schauben plans to continue growing his presence on Floor 11 as he adds mores home décor lines to the collection. “AmericasMart is one of the largest and growing markets in the country, and we feel that we bring the best of design, lines and visual presentation to the Market.” Additional updates to the collection include new showrooms Auratic, Inc., Baggallini, Blue Sky Clayworks, Christian Art Gifts, Contrast LLC/Kingmax Product Inc., Cose Nuove, DNS Designs, Dock 6 Pottery, J.T. Rose, Molly & Drew, Olivia Riegel, Progressive International, Red Carpet Studios, Serene House, Inc, Thousand Oaks Barrel Company and Viabella. Expansions includeCheerful Giver/Keepers of the Light, Cheesecloth and Buttermilk, Crestview Collection, CTW Home Collection, Continental Art Center, Inc., Daniel Richards, David’s Concrete Innovations, DaySpring, Enchante Accessories, Inc., Exhart, HomArt, Homeware Sales, LLC, Maison Rouge, Noelle, LLC, Primitives by Kathy, and Tango, with relocations from MARCO International, Raggedy Junction, Southern Komfort Bed Swing/My Outdoor Rooms, Spooner Creek, Stoneage Arts, The Country House Collection, The Unicorn Studio Inc and Village Farmhouse. AmericasMart’s Building 2 Gift collection is organized as: ·         General and Specialty Gift: Building 2, Floors 6, 7, 14-18 ·         Gourmet and Housewares: Building 2, Floor 8 ·         Tabletop and Gift: Building 2, Floors 8 and 9 ·         Home Accents and Gifts: Building 2, Floors 10-13 ·         The Gardens®: Building 2, Floors 9 & 10 Corresponding Temporary product categories include juried collections Gardens LUXE, Gourmet LUXE,...

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Vegas Market Adds Artexpo To Winter 2018 Events

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Las Vegas Market announced that a new partnership with Redwood Media Group (RMG) will bring the highly successful Artexpo brand to Las Vegas beginning in Winter 2018. The first semiannual Artexpo Contemporary Las Vegas will showcase more than 100 suppliers of fine art, sculpture, wall art, prints, and one-of-a-kind creations within the Pavilions at Las Vegas Market. “With the addition of fine art resources, Las Vegas Market once again demonstrates a strong commitment to synergistic industry expansion that will appeal to our rapidly growing base of interior designers, architects, hospitality executives, and upscale retailers,” said Robert Maricich, chief executive officer of International Market Centers. “With the addition of Artexpo Contemporary Las Vegas, Las Vegas Market becomes the only major U.S. furniture, gift, and home décor venue to present a fine art component.” The alliance with Las Vegas Market garners valuable exposure for Redwood Media Group’s Artexpo franchise, giving art suppliers access to the market’s well-established audience of home furnishings retailers, hospitality buyers, and interior designers. “We see tremendous benefits from linking the Artexpo brand with Las Vegas Market,” said Eric Smith, president and CEO of Redwood Media Group and founder of Artexpo. “At RMG, we pride ourselves on the relationships we have with our business partners and exhibitors, and we’re passionate about helping artists, gallery owners, publishers, and framers succeed. In today’s changing marketplace, it takes a combination of talent, drive, networking, and marketing to thrive, and bringing artists and industry professionals together is what we do best. This new collaboration with Las Vegas Market will be instrumental to our mission of connecting top fine art galleries and publishers with buyers, collectors, and dealers who love their work.” Artexpo Contemporary Las Vegas will be housed in a defined showcase within Pavilion 2, featuring 100+ exhibitors of fine art, wall art, sculpture, prints and one-of-a-kind artwork. The Artexpo Contemporary also will host a public preview for local art collectors on Saturday, January 27, followed by four trade-only days (Sunday, January 28, through Wednesday, January 31) consistent with the regular schedule for the Pavilions at Las Vegas Market. Artexpo Contemporary Las Vegas also will include a separate schedule of events and original educational programming for exhibitors and attendees designed specifically to focus on the needs and interests of the fine art sector. Details are available online at: “The new relationship with RMG and the debut of Artexpo Contemporary Las Vegas fit in well with Las Vegas Market’s focused and strategic growth goals,” said Dorothy Belshaw, president of gift leasing & chief marketing officer, International Market Centers. “The introduction of fine art is expected not only to further bolster attendance among interior designers and hospitality buyers but also to expand and enhance the presentation of one-of-a- kind merchandise in the Pavilions.” Currently, the Pavilions at Las Vegas Market house 500+temporary gift and home décor exhibitors in five categories, including DISCOVERIES: The Antique Vintage Marketplace and “Cash & Carry” merchandise destined for immediate delivery. Las Vegas Market is the nation’s fastest growing gift and home décor market and the leading furniture marketplace in the western U.S., presenting 4,000+ gift, home décor, and furniture resources in an unrivaled market destination. Las Vegas Market features thousands of gift, furniture and home décor lines, allowing for cross-category commerce among these industries. The Summer 2017 Las Vegas...

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Vegas Market To Host Fundraiser In July

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Las Vegas Market announced that it will host its 7th annual “Up on the Roof” fundraiser benefiting Gift For Life, the sole national charitable organization for the gift, stationery and home décor industries, on Monday, July 31, 2017, during the Summer 2017 Las Vegas Market, July 30-August 3, 2017. Tickets for the event, which include special entertainment, a Las Vegas-themed silent auction, hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, cost $25 each, or $100 for five. “Since 2000, Las Vegas Market’s annual “Up on the Roof” events have raised some $70,000 for Gift for Life and we are proud that these funds have helped DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS) to fund HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, education and advocacy,” said Dorothy Belshaw, president of Gift Leasing and Chief Marketing Officer, International Market Centers. “As the fastest growing gift and home décor market in the U.S. and the leading furniture marketplace in the western United States, Las Vegas Market is whole-heartedly committed to bringing the industry together for this purpose.” Held annually at the Summer Market, this fun and festive event brings 300+ industry representatives together to eat, drink, dance, network and raise funds for the industry’s charity. This year’s event boasts a spectacular selection of Las Vegas-themed silent auction items, including tickets to see celebrity magicians Penn & Teller, hotel giveaways, dinners, spa packages, show tickets and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Party-goers will enjoy a full bar, hors d’oeuvres, dancing, the silent auction and entertainment by award-winning singer/songwriter Chadwick Johnson, known for his soulful, unique interpretations of popular songs, as well as his original compositions. The 2017 will be held on Monday, July 31, from 6 to 8 p.m., in the WorldView Ballroom on the 16th Floor of Building B. Tickets, which cost $25 each, may be purchased online at, and at specially-designated kiosks on site in the Grand Plaza, C10 and in the Pavilions during Las Vegas Market. Las Vegas Market is offering an exclusive ticket incentive this year: purchasers receive a fifth ticket free with every four tickets purchased (five tickets for $100). All funds raised—through ticket sales and silent auction—will benefit Gift for Life and its beneficiary DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS.) Las Vegas Market is the nation’s fastest growing gift and home décor market and the leading furniture marketplace in the western U.S., presenting 4,000+ gift, home décor and furniture resources in an unrivaled market destination. Las Vegas Market features thousands of gift, furniture and home décor lines, allowing for cross-category commerce among these industries. The Summer 2017 Las Vegas Market runs July 30-August 3, 2017. For more information, visit...

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Impressive Staging Planned For AmericasMart LIVE

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When Nate Berkus, Erik Qualman and other headliners step into the AmericasMart LIVE spotlights in July, they will command the attention of tens of thousands of Market attendees plus a global digital audience from a custom-built studio and stage unique in the U.S. and international home and gift trade show industry. Beginning July 11, AmericasMart’s iconic Building 3 atrium and the AmericasMart LIVE mainstage become the center of the home and gift galaxy and the nexus of business information, thought leadership and trend-maker insights via an expansive video screen showing live and pre-recorded content from around The Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market® (Showrooms: July 11-18, 2017; Temporaries: July 13-17). The mainstage—both the backdrop for Market speakers and the LIVE interview studio site—will employ 80 feet of high-impact screens to showcase the energy and dynamism of the Market with continuous live programming fed from across all three AmericasMart buildings, plus pre- recorded content captured in product centers and trade show halls, and at satellite events staged across the campus. Furnishings on the mainstage reflect “The Great Reset,” key trends for the lifestyle and interiors industry for Autumn/Winter 17/18 as forecasted by international trend authority WGSN. Meanwhile, in the interview studio, tastemakers and thought leaders from design, retail, manufacturing and media will discuss trends and Market happenings for AmericasMart LIVE audiences. “AmericasMart LIVE goes well beyond what others have done—or can do—in terms of concept or staging,” says Douglas Broward, AmericasMart executive vice president of Branding. “We’re not just capturing the Market experience, but creating a unique convergence of the best that technology and live action can provide: thrilling, shareable moments that can’t be repeated or replicated anywhere else. It’s a spectacle designed to inspire.” Operating within the AmericasMart LIVE staging is a full-service production center, creating content and sharing Market stories in real-time throughout the campus. For more information about AmericasMart LIVE and the July Market, visit...

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Vegas Market Expands Non-Profit Partnerships

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Las Vegas Market announced an expansion of its long- standing partnerships with three major non-profit industry associations –Association for Healthcare Volunteer Resource Professionals (AHVRP), Museum Store Association (MSA) and Zoo & Aquarium Buyers Group (ZAG) – to develop an exclusive three-part Non-Profit Retail Symposium at the Summer 2017 Las Vegas Market, July 30-August 3, 2017. The educational program, which is crafted by buyers for buyers, will address advocating to administration and selling to Millennials and will be augmented by a networking opportunity for association members and non-members alike. “Las Vegas Market is proud to partner with these three leading non-profit industry associations to develop at-Market programming and events with tangible benefits for their members,” said Dorothy Belshaw, president of Gift Leasing and Chief Marketing Officer, International Market Centers. “As the leading furniture, home decor and gift destination in the western United States, Las Vegas Market is meaningfully committed to helping the lucrative, but often-overlooked, non-profit retail category identify and address growth opportunities and important business issues.” “How to Advocate to Administration” will address how non-profit retailers can meaningfully present contributions to administration, integrate best practices and “take a seat at the table” on Monday, July 31, 2pm – 3pm, in the Pavilions Seminar Room. Julie Steiner, director of retail operations at The Barnes Shop in Philadelphia, PA, and president of MSA, will moderate. Panelists include Susan Tudor of Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens in Jacksonville, FL, Roseanna Galindo-Kuhn of Enloe Medical Center in Chico, CA; and Yvonne Miles of San Diego Zoo. RSVP at “Selling to Millennials,” will address how to define Millennials and how to position stores and products to appeal to this misunderstood demographic. ZAG member Melinda Greene, retail manager/gift shop buyer at Kansas City Zoo in Kansas City, MO, will moderate. Panelists are Melody Caban of Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, TX; Brandan Johnson of Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison, WI; Karli Stroh of Integris Health in Oklahoma City, OK; Heather Barnes of Intermountain The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital in Murry, UT; Kaitlyn Bailey of John Ball Zoological Garden in Grand Rapids, MI; Michael Balbone of Perez Art Museum Miami; Kate Botelho of Preservation Society of Newport County in Newport, RI; Sally Miller of UH Ahuja Medical Center in Beachwood, OH; and Aubrey Herr of Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, MD. The session is scheduled for Tuesday, August 1, 12 noon – 1:30pm, in the Pavilions Seminar Room. A boxed lunch will be served. RSVP at A special Non-Profit Networking Reception will provide an opportunity for non-profit retail experts from across the country to meet and mingle on Monday, July 31, from 5pm – 6:30pm, in the Pavilions Seminar Room. Complimentary food and beverages will be served. Existing and prospective association members and vendors are welcome. RSVP at In addition to the Symposium, Las Vegas Market will host several other seminars and special events to cater to the non-profit retail community, including hosting the annual meeting of the ZAG board of directors. Both AHVRP and MSA also will lead curated docent tours of top products for hospital gift shops and museum stores, respectively. On Sunday, July 30, AHVRP will host “Healthcare Gift Guide: Top Picks for Hospital Gift Shops,” led by Cheryl Call of Utah Valley Hospital/Intermountain Healthcare in Provo, UT;...

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Capel Celebrates Anniversary With New Lines At Spring High Point

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Capel Rugs enjoyed another busy High Point Market this spring as retailers embraced a variety of new fashion-forward designs while celebrating the company’s milestone anniversary.  Among the company’s hits this market were two new Wilton-woven, machine-made Kevin O’Brien — Woodgrain and Leopard. Woodgrain simulates the look of a classic wood grain pattern with its design, which is available in three colorways— gold, light grey and charcoal. The Leopard collection, a nod to an animal print that’s still prevalent in interior design, comes in beige and charcoal. Both are popular patterns in Kevin O’Brien’s top-of-bed luxury linen collection. Tresillo, Kevin O’Brien’s third introduction at market, is a transitional ombré pattern of shaded colors available in indigo and natural colorways. Constructed of 100% olefin, a 5’ x 8’ rug in each of these new collections may retail for $399. “These new Kevin O’Brien designs really resonated with our buyers,” said Cameron Capel, vice president of national accounts for Capel Rugs. “They loved the lively colors and distinctive patterning as well as the value pricing.” Also doing well this market were three new additions to the best-selling WILLIAMSBURG® line of “Trend Meets Tradition” designs. The new designs include a flat woven model called Palace Fret, and two new hand knots — Isobel and Thompson Ikat. All three designs feature jute. Isobel — a 100% jute design in four colorways based on a floral end paper from the Colonial Williamsburg archives — was particularly well received by retailers, but all three of the new jute designs drew solid support. Thompson Ikat, also in 100% jute, is a hand knotted printed design inspired by the ikat tradition of weaving. Available in three colorways, this new design draws on both Eastern and European interpretations of the ikat technique reflected in the Colonial Williamsburg archives. Palace Fret, another market winner, is a fresh interpretation of a classic Chinese key design that takes its cue from carving on a chair rail molding in the Supper Room of the Governor’s Palace in Williamsburg. The reversible design is jacquard woven in India of a cotton-and-jute blend in three colorways. “Retailers were surprised by how soft and inviting these jute rugs were, and they also liked the price point,” said Capel. Isobel and Thompson Ikat may retail for $699; Palace Fret may retail for as low as $299. In addition to these new licensed lines, Capel Rugs also generated solid placements on fresh designs including Beckett, a faded, Wilton machine made transitional collection in five spirited patterns and seven chic colorways; Metropolis, a Wilton woven, delicately distressed design of 100% New Zealand wool in seven transitional and traditional patterns and colorways; and Ankara, a Wilton machine woven 100% polyester collection of four traditional designs in three color ways and one transitional, erased look in green or red, originally introduced at the January markets “Ankara is already available on retail floors but many of our High Point customers hadn’t seen this design before,” said Capel. “With a retail price of less than $249 for a 5’ x 8’, Ankara offers an amazing look for a ‘can’t beat’ price.” With the selling environment at retail still a bit of a challenge, Capel Rugs’ latest round of introductions placed a strong premium of delivering value. “Whether they were machine made constructions or hand knots, we worked extra hard...

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AmericasMart To Sponsor IDS Georgia

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AmericasMart® Atlanta is bringing the Interior Design Society (IDS) back to Atlanta in its new role as exclusive sponsor of the IDS Georgia Chapter. The Interior Design Society is an independent national organization comprised of more than 2,000 members.  IDS is one of the nation’s largest design organizations dedicated to serving the residential interior design industry by championing professional interior design entrepreneurs.  Its return to Atlanta under AmericasMart’s sponsorship follows an absence of several years.  The collaboration is the first of its kind and is structured to create reciprocal benefits for IDS members and the AmericasMart home and design exhibitor community, according to AmericasMart Home Vice President Jenny Heinzen York. Heinzen York will help integrate IDS programming and services into AmericasMart’s Market and Open Year Round operations with a primary focus on its January and July international markets and Fall Design Week.  For its official debut, IDS will be featured in new AmericasMart LIVE programming, launching at The Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market® in July. “Our partnership with IDS extends AmericasMart’s long-standing commitment to residential interior designers with a suite of programs and services affording access to top resources and exclusive opportunities,” notes Heinzen York.  “IDS is an organization poised and ready for growth, and we look forward to helping to drive that growth. As we continue to expand our Open Daily business, it’s precisely these sorts of initiatives that will help us deliver even more year-round excitement on our campus.”...

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Feizy Focuses On New Collections At High Point

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In addition to the previously announced new collection introductions – Bermuda, Emerson, Hammond, Imalla, Saphir Mira and Waldor – Feizy will unveil an even broader array of new collections at High Point Spring Market. New Lifestyles Collections including Burke, Amherst, Fairview, Fannin and Reagan are hot off the loom and will be debuted in the Feizy showroom alongside three new Limited-Edition Fine Collections. Adira, Doshi and Lor boast the signature designs and constructions that comprise the brand new Limited-Edition Collections. They will be available for a limited time and quantity with exclusive first time viewing at market. Photography and additional collection details will be available post-market. “Developing our product is always an organic and creative process that requires incredible attention to detail and in turn takes time,” said Cameron Feizy, Principal. “For this High Point Market, we expanded our focus to allow room for more textures and colors in our running line, which led to some later introductions that are sure to turn heads.” Join Feizy at Historic Market Square, Suite 145 from 8 am to 7 pm, Sat. April 22 – Wed. April 26. To make an appointment,...

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