November 4, 2019
Atlanta International and Home Furnishings Market grows seasonal, gift resources

The Atlanta International and Home Furnishings Market grows seasonal and gift resources for January 2020. The showcase of seasonal and faux botanical merchandise expands in January with two new showroom debuts and five major expansions and relocations set to open for The Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market, which runs from Jan. 14-21, 2020. These gains, together with 11 renewals, represent nearly 80,000 square feet of updates for the Seasonal/Gift category.

Seasonal : Gift Showroom at AmericasMart
Seasonal : Gift Showroom at AmericasMart

“At the Winter market, the seasonal and floral showrooms present an interactive experience for retailers and designers to explore a full range of trends in décor,” said Dave Savula, executive vice president, president of gift and apparel leasing for International Market Centers (IMC). “Growth from new, expanded and recommitted brands – in a market which already showcases more permanent exhibitors in more square footage of showrooms than any other market center in the world – ensures that buyers are seeing the full depth and breadth of the category in Atlanta.”

Two new showrooms debuting at the January 2020 market are Seasonal Abode (seasonal décor and home accents) in 4,000 square feet, and a joint, 1,000-square-foot showroom for Inner Beauty and Bent Brush Art (reverse hand-painted art ornaments and gifts). Three major expansions are Flora Bunda, which doubles to nearly 1,800 square feet; Holiday Bright Lights, which more than doubles to 3,600 square feet; and Raz Imports, which grows to nearly 17,000 square feet.

Additionally, two relocations include Floral Treasure and Santa’s Own. The 11 renewals include top brands AllState Florals, Select Artificals and Ganz Midwest-CBK plus Art Floral Trading, Egyptian Museum, Karen Didion Originals, Natural Star, Old World Christmas, Peter Priess, Unlimited Containers and Valencourt.

In total, the Seasonal/Gift collection features 120 exhibitors in nearly 500,000 square feet of showroom space. The merchandise mix includes decorating product for retailers and commercial decorators, interior designers and event planners, plus the nation’s largest collection of European holiday and artisan lines. It is augmented by the temporary Seasonal/Gift collection with more than 60 exhibitors.

Beyond exhibits, two sessions address top trends in floral design as part of the market’s educational offerings. Floral designer and event planner Canaan Marshall creates a floral centerpiece from start to finish that’s perfect for the spring season on Tuesday, January 14 at 2 p.m. Holly Chapple of Holly Heider Chapple Flowers LTD demystifies super-lush designs and demonstrates her line of floral mechanics and vases co-developed by Syndicate Sales in “Epic, Attainable Floral Design for All” on Friday, January 17 at noon.

The Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market is a leading wholesale marketplace housing the nation’s largest gift product mix complemented by a broad selection of home décor, featuring more than 8,000 brands across all categories. Held semi-annually at AmericasMart Atlanta, the Market attracts retailers and designers from every U.S. state and more than 60 countries. For the Winter 2020 staging of The Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market, showrooms are open Tuesday, January 14 – Tuesday, January 21, 2020 and temporaries are open Wednesday, January 15 – Sunday, January 19.  For more information, visit

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