Codarus Celebrates Collaboration and Design at AmericasMart Atlanta

There's a lot happening in the Codarus showroom at AmericasMart Atlanta this winter market. Here's what's going on and what you should check out.

Erin Berg
01/09/2019
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Bloomr at Codarus showroom

Designer resource Codarus has several reasons to celebrate at this winter market with a new faux floral partnership and a couple of anniversaries.

Here's what's happening in their AmericasMart showroom.

Bloomr

In a new partnership with Codarus, fine faux florist Bloomr is making its U.S. debut here at AmericasMart. The company is owned and run by trained florists and known for its original floral creations and containers designed in-house and characterized by simplicity and minimalism.

“There is a softness and tranquility when accessorizing the home in a way that brings the outdoor inside,” said Jennifer Huffman, Vice President of Sales at Codarus.

Trending big across the country are succulents, explained Bloomr co-owner Leah Feingold, as are fiddle leaf figs. The clean and natural look of whites and greens dominate, and “gender-neutral” containers of sandstone, concrete and ceramics, she added.

Annie Selke

Renown designer Annie Selke is celebrating 25 years of her comfortable and elegant lifestyle brand with a champagne event in its Codarus space on Thursday from 12-3 p.m. 

At this market, Annie Selke has two new collaborations. Bunny Williams brings her take on rugs to Dash & Albert, while Laura Park introduces exclusive designs in bedding, loungewear and decorative pillows for indoor and outdoor.

“Here again, we are bringing outdoor inside with natural elements,” said Huffman. “Jutes are huge, especially woven jutes with patterns. Annie Selke offers rugs of all different breeds for indoor and outdoor, cotton, wools — so many options.”

Lili Alessandra 

Also celebrating an anniversary here, Lili Alessandra hits its 10th year and will hold festivities Friday, 3-5 p.m. 

The “livable luxury” bedding and accessories designer is introducing more cotton for its texture into her core line of machine washable velvets and silks. Huffman said neutrals in bedding are still very strong because they are soothing, but more people are layering and accessorizing with decorative pillows to bring in colors, textures and added interest to the setting.

Moss Studio

Mike “Moss” Moushegyan started Moss Studio 30 years ago, and the company is still family owned and operated manufacturing customizable upholstered furniture in Burbank, CA. They will celebrate their three decades on Saturday, 3-5 p.m. For 2019, the company has added 150 new pillow designs to expand its textiles offerings.

 

Have you been to the Codarus showroom lately? What stood out to you? Share with us in the comments!

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