Watermark Living Sourcing for 2020 Includes Artwork from Bali

A recent product sourcing trip to Asia resulted in the acquisition of an extensive line of artwork.

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Watermark Living today announced its recent return from a 2020 product sourcing trip to Asia and the acquisition of an extensive line of artwork by artisans from Bali, Indonesia.  

During the visit to southeast Asia, Watermark Living’s management team of Tim and Ashley Newton visited their designated manufacturing partner facilities to review current production as well as examine new product designs and prototypes of introductions for coming seasons. The team also examined the latest introductions to its popular line of metal fabricated artwork by Balinese artisans including mermaids, stars, sea creatures and three-dimensional turtles and other water inhabitants.

“With each season, we are excited to visit with our manufacturing partners, anticipating new product designs as well as the continuation and enhancement of our production association,” said Tim Newton, President, Leaders Holding Company. “The line of outdoor artwork from Bali has been well received and ultimately expanded organically. It continues to be a proven seller with our outdoor retail partners.”

Watermark Living is a complete casual resource with more than four decades of dedication in sourcing quality outdoor and rattan products designed and proven to stand the test of time. Created by retailers for retailers, Watermark Living provides fashionable casual dining, lighting and accessories that are customizable with quick turn-around times.

For more information about Watermark Living and its line of quality products, visit www.watermark-living.com.

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