Since we have been so busy getting the catalog to press over the last few weeks, I’ve missed doing my “Friday Inspiration” posts for you. I thought I’d make up for it a little bit by including some inspiration via our Pinterest boards for you today. Be sure to follow us there for more daily inspiration and beauty!
We have been working hard putting together the 2013 line, and the Accent Decor 2013 catalog is on the press. There were so many innovative new products and exciting ideas that it has 20% more pages than last year. We are printing 30,000 copies, which means over 70 hours of press time. We look forward to having the catalogs in hand at the time of the show. . . so make your plans now to stop by one of our showrooms and see the new catalog in person. We are really excited about being able to implement some innovative and inspiring new ideas in this catalog, and of course include all the beautiful designs and flowers and products themselves.
The showrooms have undergone a huge re-design. Corey is busy pulling together all the ideas and products and designers to complete a the new design of every showroom! We look forward to working together with 2 new designers this week as they travel with us setting up each showroom.
Speaking of showrooms, we’d love to see you this season at any (or all!) of our showrooms.
Atlanta – January 9th – January 16th. Americasmart building 1, Suite 18B1.
Dallas – January 16th – January 22nd. Dallas Market Center World Trade Center 280.
Vegas -January 28th – February 1st. World Market Center Building C, Suit C-896.
And if you have time to stop by our Norcross showroom anytime, we’d love to see you there too. You can also visit our showroom page on our website for more information regarding showtimes and locations.
From our buying team exploring the world, to our customer service and sales reps, to the warehouse team cleaning the glass, our whole AD team has worked together to make 2012 a wonderful year, and we are looking forward to the biggest January ever.
Ps – It really is all about the vessel isn’t it?