Designer Vern Yip to Appear at Atlanta Gift Show

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ATLANTA-Award-winning architectural and interior designer Vern Yip will appear at AmericasMart's Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market to introduce Burnes Interiors, a new home decor collection from Burnes of Boston.

          

The July 16 event begins with a meet-and-greet from 12 noon to 1 p.m., hosted by Burnes of Boston and AmericasMart. Yip will make a short presentation beginning at 12:15 p.m.  One lucky guest will win his new Burnes Interiors home decorating collection.  A light luncheon will be served.  (AmericasMart, Building 2, Seminar Room 930B/934.)

          

From 1 to 2 p.m., Yip will be in the Burnes of Boston showroom (AmericasMart, Building 2, Suite 1529) to meet with buyers and showcase his Burnes Interiors designs.  The first 25 buyers will receive one of Yip's Burnes Interiors photo frames, personally autographed.

Burnes Interiors, which debuts in Atlanta, is an assortment of home decor products created by interior designers such as Yip, Candice Olson, Paige Hemmis, Kenneth Brown, and Genevieve Gorder.  The line includes photo frames, mirrors, candleholders, and other decorative accessories.

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