Seasonal Living wins ARTS Award for Outdoor Living

Seasonal Living Trading won the 21st Annual ARTS Award for Best Outdoor Living Manufacturer.


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The ARTS (Accessories Resource Team) Award for product design went to Jason Phillips of The Phillips Collection for his designs of accent furniture and accessories for indoor and outdoor uses.  

The annual gala award event was held Jan. 16 at the Dallas Market Center.

Presenting the Awards were Joe Ruggiero, head of Joseph Ruggiero & Associates, an independent multi-media group specializing in home design, and Clodagh, founder of Clodagh Designs, an interior and architectural design firm.

“At Seasonal Living, we constantly strive to redefine and reinvent the concept of outdoor living in stylish and sophisticated design collections that all work in concert with one another, while at the same time trying to blur the traditional divide between in and outdoor furnishings and decorative accessories,” Seasonal Living founder Gary Pettitt said as he accepting the ARTS Award in the Outdoor Living category for the third consecutive time. 

Presented each January during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, winners are selected from 26 categories including manufacturers, retailers, product designers, sales representatives, Rising Star and Academy of Achievement. For the complete list of winners, visit the ARTS Web site at www.accessoriesresourceteam.org. The Dallas Market Center Web Site is available at www.dallasmarketcenter.com

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