Atlantic Sales and Marketing will have three booths this year.
The 26th annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), North America’s platform for global design, will map the newest frontier of what’s best and what’s next at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, May 17-20, 2014.
The entire Atlantic Sales and Marketing sales force will be there with our manufacturers. It’s always nice to have your local rep introduce you to the people at the factory. Let us know when you’ll be walking the show so that we can arrange exclusive booth tours and find answers to the questions that are important to you.
The ICFF hosts more than 500 exhibitors from more than 30 countries in 11 categories from furniture to materials to kitchen and bath to fabricators. Register for free before May 13.
Atlantic Sales and Marketing will be representing three must-see manufactures at this year’s fair:
Top Knobs, known for their exceptional kitchen cabinet hardware, announces the launch of their Sanctuary II Collection. Inspired by classic European modern design, Sanctuary II delivers clean sophisticated lines that extend the popular Sanctuary Collection. Available in six contemporary finishes including new white, aluminum and stainless steel pieces. Sanctuary II is designed so that the 30 new hardware elements can be mixed and matched to create unique custom looks for any modern interior.
“We are experiencing a strong modern trend in cabinet hardware,” states David Tyler, VP of Marketing for Top Knobs. “Even in traditional markets, consumers are leaning towards more contemporary or transitional styles. These homeowners are more sophisticated and not just in the luxury market alone. Today’s consumer is exposed to a world of design and they seek classic, clean lines and eclectic mix and match styling to suit their tastes. They want to personalize their spaces and we designed Sanctuary II for their home. It’s a European inspired collection that allows the designer and homeowner infinite flexibility to mix and match from a base design premise that ties it all together for them.”