Atlanta Announces New Exhibitors for Jan.

ATLANTA-AmericasMart is preparing for the International Gift & Home Furnishings Market and the International Area Rug Market next month with more than 25,000 square feet of new exhibitors and more than 100,000 square feet of expanded and relocated showrooms, the company said.

New showrooms on floors 9-13 of Building I in January include Home Source International; Catstudio, which is moving from High Design to Floor 9; Elegant Lighting; Made Goods; BIMA Trading, which is sharing the showroom with Bella Fiore, which takes just over 1,000 square feet in Building 1 with Shantalle's Studio; A'Homestead Shoppe, Inc.; AICO Distinctive Bedding Designs; Art Addiction; Ateliers C&S Davoy, which moves from the Temporaries to its first permanent showroom in Building 1; John Beard Collection; and White X White.

Relocating and expanding showrooms on Floors 9-13 include j. douglas; CODARUS; Pasha Home Furnishings; Go Home Ltd.; Furniture Classics; Sterling Industries/DIAMOND/Bailey Street; Blue Ocean Traders; Regina-Andrew/Home Philosophy; Design Legacy by Kelly O'Neal; Bramble Now; Diana White & Associates; Europe 2 You LLC; Bliss Studio; Red Label; Boutross Imports; Picture Galleries; and Tritter Feefer Home Collection.

Among the new and expanded Floor 14 Home & Design showrooms debuting in January are Control Brands; The French Bee; AFK Fine Furniture for Children; French Market Collection; Gabby; Ibolili; and New Growth Designs.

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