Tour The Great Reset Design Vignette at AmericasMart Atlanta

These vignettes caught our eye at the July International Gift and Home Furnishings Market in Atlanta.

Alison Martin
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Located in Building 1, Floor 14-D9, the Great Reset exhibition showcased impressive talents both local and national.

If you got the chance to browse the 14th floor in Building 1 at AmericasMart Atlanta, then you probably passed the market vigette exhibition. Each market, AmericasMart Atlanta asks top designers from around the country to create beautiful vignettes using products found at the market.

This market's theme, the Great Reset, showed off some amazing talents and cool products. Take a peek at the designers, their inspirations and the products they loved here.

Brittany Hayes - Addison's Wonderland


Designer, blogger at and Shark Tank veteran Brittany Hayes designed this space with a "darkly glamorous mood." Known for her color palettes and lively patterns, Hayes brought out her Nocturne theme using metallic-inspired pieces from from Uttermost and Jaipur Living. The Rachel chandelier came from Gabby.

Mandy Kellogg Rye - Waiting On Martha


Mandy Kellogg Rye envisioned a space for "sitting in a garden in the French countryside drinking wine" when she put her vignette together. The founder and creative director of, a blog for beautiful everyday living, Rye mixed textures from the metal bar cart from Go Home Ltd. to the Aurora wicker lounge chair from Made Goods. The Bellario orb chandelier from Currey & Company completes the look.

Vicki Bolick - The Ace of Space


Bold colors define blogger Vicki Bolick's vignette. A once-Capitol-Hill-staple-turned-designer, Bolick's blog — — encourages readers to "make room for beauty in their lives." Her vignette uses recycled materials and includes pieces from Moe's Home Collection (Gajel side table), Phillips Collection (Seat belt dining chair and riverstone cocktail table) and Arteriors (Vickery chandelier).

Kristin Jackson - Hunted Interior


Design and DIY fanatic Kristin Jackson started, a space for her to share tips and advice on design and DIY. Her space embodies luxury with its deep jewel tones and layered designs. Pieces in the vignette came from Dimond Lighting (Cielo three-light chandelier) and CODARUS brands.

Victoria de la Camara - RUE Magazine


Japanese and Belgian design inspired Victoria de la Camara, current Market Editor at Rue Magazine. Camara's background at Jonathan Adler helped her develop her keen sense of style and design. In this vignette, she maintains an "Earthed" theme throughout with neutrals, pops of green and pieces from Jamie Young (Marble rings accessory), Loloi (Oatmeal throw rug) and Regina Andrew Design (Gunner brass mirror, Bianca ceramic dome and orb lamp).

Gen Sohr - Pencil & Paper Co.


To create her vignette, Gen Sohr of Pencil & Paper Co. combined classic, India-inspired styles with modern accents to create her Infusion theme. The designer chose pieces from Caracole (Two Comfortable sofa) and Bungalow 5 (Ming large dresser, Stockholm round dining table and Stockholm hourglass and dining table). 

Steve McKenzie - Steve McKenzie's


The only outdoor vignette of the group, Steve McKenzie's space took inspiration from the beach cabanas of the French Rivieria. The product and interior designer and owner of steve mckenzie's interiors and lifestyle store blogs regularly, inviting readers into his world and taking them behind the scenes. His vignette features furniture from Castelle and art from Wendover Art.


What do you think of these designs? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!

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