Linon, Powell to Share Expanded Atlanta Showroom

MINEOLA, N.Y. - Linon Home Décor Products said it will share its Atlanta showroom with the Powell Co. for future Atlanta markets beginning with the July 10-17 International Gift & Home Furnishings Market.
     Powell and Linon, which share the same ownership, will occupy more than 4,000 square feet in AmericasMart Building 1, Suite 6-G-12.
     Powell will show a selection of its in-stock, quick ship accent chairs, mirrors, Big and Tall barstools, casual dining, jewelry armoires, consoles, youth bedrooms, most of its 400-plus in stock area rugs and many other accent pieces.
     In addition, Powell will showcase its Bombay Heritage Collection in a 100-square-foot boutique featuring Bombay furniture, accents and rugs.
     Linon will be showing its full stocking warehouse collection featuring upholstery, kitchen carts and space-saving kitchen seating, barstools, and accent furniture.
     Linon also will introduce new area rug collections.
     The Jewel Collection is a heat-set polypropylene rug with multi-toned color palettes in grays and blacks. Retail on a 5 by 8 is $299.
     The Links Collection features 3-D geometric designs and a deep, plush pile. Retail on a 5 by 8 is $299.
     The Back to Campus Collection is a quick-ship program with 10 styles of promotional rugs, which can be displayed in a box of nine or
     25. The size is 4-foot-4 by 7 and the target retail is $50.
     New additions to existing collections such as Trio and Milan will be featured as well.

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