Outdoor design took center stage at Winter Atlanta Market

Published on : Saturday, February 4, 2023

Outdoor décor and design took center stage at the Winter Atlanta Market. Outdoor exhibitors are excited about reintroducing their latest designs and styles after the pandemic induced break, at a time when indoor designs became popular. Outdoor tête-à-tête is once again back and exhibitors are introducing latest styles and designer accessories to re-decor spaces.

The Kensington collection by O.W. Lee balances modern appeal with neoclassical elements popular in Victorian England. Inspired by the West London borough home to Kensington Palace, this collection offers dining, bar, traditional deep seating and chaise lounge, with the company’s plush comfort cushions and Sytex seating system.

Mamagreen’s massive Maxximus extension table — which measures 166 inches when fully extended — was recently honored with a special mention in the German Design Awards.

Tropitone’s Marconi collection combines the broad appeal of traditional design with an easygoing mood that embodies a relaxed outdoor lifestyle. Its simple silhouettes, angular lines and sculptured arm details add refinement. Available in a choice of Tropitone sling fabrics, the group includes chaise lounges, high-back swivel rockers, high-back dining chairs and swivel bar stools. With a unique crown shape and a punch pattern reminiscent of Chantilly lace, Allsop Home & Garden’s Stella Crown outdoor lighting fixtures look delicate and ornate by night. Handmade from white DuPont Tyvek, these solar lanterns are equipped with one AAA rechargeable battery, solar panel, dual white LEDs and stainless steel hardware.

The classic lines and timeless design of Seaside Casual’s Impression sunbed pair maximum comfort with easy handling. With powder-coated aluminum frames for durable all-weather resistance and a lightweight stackable design, this sunbed could fit in any outdoor setting. Choose between the padded seat and back or a unique Batyline sling.

The big annual Casual Market isn’t until July but with its move to AmericasMart in Atlanta, outdoor exhibitors are already opening doors to their new showrooms. And that gives shoppers at the Winter Atlanta Market January 10-16 a chance to shop outdoor furnishings, along with other Atlanta Market staples, like home accessories and accent furniture. That’s market multitasking at its best!

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