Cross-category product expansion at AmericasMart

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Atlanta—With the momentum of its January 2013 Market continuing to fuel demand for showroom space, the AmericasMart Atlanta product mix is expanding significantly with the addition of scores of new and newly expanded home, gift and rug showrooms set to open next month.

Making their debut at The Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market (July 10 to 17) and The Atlanta International Area Rug Market (July 11 to 14) will be a broad range of showrooms across all categories, all showcasing an eclectic mix of in-demand and on-trend products.

A sampling of the new and expanded showrooms includes: Epic Home, which opens a new 3,000-sq.–ft. showroom to showcase its collection of handmade, 100% solid wood furniture along with rugs and textiles, brass figures, lighting, pots, hardware and fashion jewelry in a new showroom on Building 1 Floor 13.

Cyan Design, a Texas-based designer and producer of home décor, moves into an expanded showroom on Building 1 Floor 13 to display even more of its designs for the most vibrant interior designs.

Silkroute International’s move to Building 1 Floor 5 nearly triples its space to more than 14,000 square feet, allowing the company to showcase a wider variety of its expansive product mix both during markets and for daily business.

JM Piers, a designer and manufacturer of home furnishings and accessories, relocates its showroom to Building 1 Floor 9.


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