Napa moves to larger Atlanta showroom
Casual Living Staff -- Casual Living, November 9, 2012
DULUTH, Ga. -- Napa Home & Garden, a leading home accents and garden wholesaler, will move into a larger showroom location in Atlanta.
"Napa is on the move to bigger and better things at AmericasMart," said Jerry Cunningham, Napa Home & Garden CEO and co-founder. "Our new showroom will be almost 50% larger in size from our previous space and we're outfitting it with expanded lines and over 400 exciting introductions."
Napa's new showroom location in AmericasMart will be in Building 2, 12th floor, 1210. "Buyers can't miss us on 12." Cunningham said. "They'll see Napa right at the bridge linking buildings 1 and 2. It is a premier spot with huge visibility." The showroom will premier at the upcoming winter market, Jan. 9-16.
"Over the years, many buyers have thought of Napa only as a garden wholesaler," Cunningham said, "but Napa is all about inside the home, too. This new showroom, near many key home accent vendors, will play to our strengths in home decor."
To whet the buyer's appetite, Napa Home & Garden described what buyers will be seeing in its new and larger Atlanta showroom.
"More elegance, more style and more fun," said KC Cunningham, Napa president and co-founder. "This is truly an exciting time for us and all of our buyers."
Among Napa's new introductions are the Hayworth Collection, a line of grand etched vases and bejeweled candleholders in shimmering mercury-glass finishes, and the Halston Collection, a line of polished, distressed aluminum trays and lanterns.
"These new collections make sophisticated statements," KC Cunningham said. "They're elegant with great scale, and they have been getting great reviews from early buyers."
Napa has also introduced a lighting line with more than 15 new pendant and table lamp offerings. "We expanded our core lines, too," said KC Cunningham. "We've added to Hotel Duvaleix, a collection of vintage-inspired metal etageres, mirrors and wall art. We've added more decorative ceramics and more woven goods. And, we've added to the Conservatory Collection, our hot-selling line of faux floral drop-ins."
"We also want to introduce buyers to Penelope's Garden," said KC Cunningham, "a fun and colorful new line of metal chairs, tables, buckets and lanterns-perfect for porch, patio or gardening shed. There's a charming lime green gardening cart, with wheels and a removable galvanized tray, and a great line of colorful ceramic birdhouses and feeders."
To find out more about Napa Home & Garden, call toll-free 888.893.2323 or visit www.napahomeandgarden.com. Buyers can find Napa's products in upcoming Atlanta, Dallas, High Point and Los Angeles markets, or by contacting their local Napa sales representative. To find the rep nearest you, call Ivystone at 877.466.7895 or Collective Home at 678.215.4571.
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