2 home decor companies earn People’s Choice honors in Atlanta

During the recent summer show, the Atlanta Market has named four products selected by popular vote from some 40 finalists as People’s Choice award winners in the Summer 2022 Market Snapshot.

Deny Designs custom prints its wall art in the United States.

Deny Designs earned an award for its wall art collection and Wildwood won for its Wild Palm settee. Other winners were a necklace by Devi & Co and a sustainable candle refill kit from Notes.

“The four Market Snapshot People’s Choice award winners for Atlanta Market show that values-based sourcing is top of mind for buyers this summer,” said Dorothy Belshaw, International Market Centers executive vice president, and chief customer and marketing officer. “Selections of eco-friendly, artisan and small maker products indicate that buyers are interested in making a difference through the product mixes. We congratulate the winners and wish them success this market week.”

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Wildwood’s Wild Palm settee has curved rattan fretwork.

Here’s more about Deny Designs and Wildwood’s winning products:

  • Deny Designs, in Englewood, Colorado, showcases 15,000 pieces by more than 180 artists. With each purchase, the artists earn a part of the proceeds, enabling Deny to support art communities all over the world. All pieces are custom printed in the USA. Featured pieces include: “Color and Shape Rustic Alabama Cabin” by Mile High Studio, “Echoes Creamsicle” by Circa78designs, “Mobile Shapes” by Pauline Stanley and “Star Formed” by Morgan Elise Sevart.
  • Wildwood, based in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, works with expert artisans worldwide to craft and hand-finish home furnishings pieces with meticulous precision. Its Wild Palm settee features a curved rattan fretwork in a white finish with attached off-white fabric cushion. It’s part of the company’s Wild Palm collection.
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