Williamsburg Taps Trend and Tradition in Atlanta

ATLANTA-Williamsburg will introduce a range of home furnishings and gifts at The Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market here next week that blends trend and tradition, the company said. Some of Williamsburg's vendor partners exhibiting product here include Creative Co-Op, Department 56, Jim Shore, Andrea by Sadek, Michaelian Home and Winward.

"The breadth of the launches in Atlanta next week showcases the depth of Williamsburg's product offerings and the richness of the design inspiration found in Colonial Williamsburg's archive collections," said Jim Easton, vice president of products for The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. "With debuts from six licensees, Williamsburg continues to blend today's trends with design traditions of the past."

The Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market takes place July 13 - 20.

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