The Home product center at The Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market this January is further expanding as a destination for design-driven home furnishings and accessories, fine linens, one-of-a-kind area rugs and holiday/floral/home product with more introductions and more education this January. AmericasMart is strategically staging showrooms to generate energy and attract more buyers with enhanced cross-merchandising opportunities, and continuing to develop the area into a designer-driven center. As the Home collection grows, it is attracting more industry attention with guest appearances by celebrity designers and exclusive product presentations. Headlining Home this January: • Kathryn M. Ireland—presents “Creating a Home,” a special discussion on her design philosophy, aesthetic inspirations and unique sources from around the world, sharing her process of combining pattern, texture and color to create the feelings of a well-lived life. Followed by a signing of her just-released book, Creating a Home. • Brad Ford—speaks about “The Accidental Blogger,” providing personal insight on how his quest for inspiration quickly detoured into the world of social media marketing. • Thom Filicia—shares his design philosophy and inspirations. Followed by a meet & greet and signing of his book, Style: Inspired Ideas for Creating Rooms You’ll Love. “The energy and excitement exuding from within the Home product center has brought this category to a new level, attracting major industry players and internationally-renowned designers,” says Dave Savula, senior vice president of Building 1. “With this growth, we have reinvented ourselves and created a fresh center unlike any other. We look forward to its continued development in 2010 and beyond.”
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