Jaipur to Debut New Atlanta Showroom, Host Suzanne Kasler Event

JaipurATLANTA--Jaipur will debut its relocated and expanded showroom at AmericasMart next month, in Building 1, 12-F-9. The new space is bigger by 2,074 square feet, for a total of 8,257 square feet.

To celebrate the move, Jaipur will host a luncheon and book signing with designer Suzanne Kasler on Jan. 11, the last day of the two-day Atlanta Interior Design Camp that takes place during market.

In addition, market attendees who place orders of more than $3,000 during market will receive free freight. Everyone who qualifies for free freight will also be placed in a drawing, the winner of which will receive free shipping from Jaipur for 2015. Jaipur will also offer attendees gourmet coffee from Brash Coffee every day of market from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., as well as vegetarian lunches daily starting at noon.

"As Jaipur continues to develop beyond the boundaries of a rug business, it makes sense to move to the home furnishings floor and expand our space," said Asha Chaudhary, CEO, Jaipur Rugs. "By incorporating more home decor and accessory pieces such as pillows, poufs and throws, Jaipur's 8,257-square-foot show space will easily become a destination showroom for interior designers and home store businesses."

Andrea LilloAndrea Lillo | Fashion Editor
alillo@hfnmag.com

Andrea Lillo has written about a variety of topics, from beer gardens in Queens to kitchen design trends to residential caves. Having joined Home Furnishings News in 2006, she serves as Fashion Editor.

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