ADAC Announces New Showroom Additions for Fall

A new season means it's time for everything from the summer to be put away to make room for the fall design landscape. Sure a new fall wardrobe is always essential, but don't neglect what's fresh and innovative in the world of home decor either. The ADAC (Atlanta Decorative Arts Center) has announced the new showroom additions for the fall season that is guaranteed to spice up your whole house or a selected room or two. The design industry is gaining strength and nowhere is it more apparent than at ADAC. ADAC welcomes the Atlanta community and designers to experience the property's latest showroom openings and progressions happening throughout fall 2013. "ADAC is delighted to announce a host of new, expanding and relocating showrooms that add to the sophisticated brands and luxury experience that you won't find anywhere else but ADAC," said Katie Belveal, ADAC general manager.

Discover ADAC's new showroom updates below: New Showrooms Bostan Carpets Bostan Carpets defines a small yet highly sought after division of the carpet industry. Opening in September 2013, the ADAC community can visit this distinctive brand that designs and creates timeless hand knotted carpets for fine homes nationally. "We look forward to introducing our product to the informed and refined audience that ADAC is known to attract," said Scott Minter, Bostan Carpets owner. The new showroom is located in ADAC West, Suite B2B. R HUGHES Atelier A rotating "lifestyle vignette" is one of the many facets visitors will find in the new R HUGHES Atelier opening September 2013 in Suite 413. The new 2,155 square-foot showroom showcases superlative selections of designer's soft goods and decorative objects, including the flagship Holland & Sherry Collection. "Those who frequent R HUGHES Atelier will find a consistently changing and revolutionary showcase of exquisite decor," said Ryan Hughes, R HUGHES Atelier owner.

Relocating Showrooms Paul + Raulet In late fall Paul + Raulet unveils its new showroom and with it a new name. The expansion encompasses a 7,500 square-foot floor plan, additional products and new introductions. "With this contemporary space, comes new branding. We are thrilled to announce that this move will launch our new name Paul +," said Jared Paul, Paul + Raulet owner. The new space is located on ADAC's first floor in Suite 121. Schumacher The Schumacher brand is expanding in November 2013 as they relocate to the main registration entrance of ADAC in Suite 303. The new showroom features a designer workspace with hospitality bar, an expanded furniture offering and a larger Patterson Flynn & Martin showroom. "We love and recognize Atlanta's passion for design and look forward to working with its talented design community in our beautiful new home for years to come," said Terri Eagle, Schumacher owner.

About ADAC: ADAC is a community-focused, nationally-recognized leader in the world of interior design and home fashion, built over 50 years ago by renowned architect and developer John Portman. For a half-century it has served as the essential one-stop shopping resource for interior designers, architects, and builders. The ADAC campus consists of 550,000 square feet with over 60 showrooms offering 1,200 of the industry's finest product lines including furniture, fabric, rugs, lighting, accessories, floor and wall coverings, antiques, fine art and framing, kitchens, bath, tile and stone, and home theater products. Likewise, ADAC's extensive services include custom designs such as framing, electronic systems, faux-finishing, and draperies. In addition, signature industry presentations, celebrity and media events, educational programs and networking opportunities held throughout the year make ADAC truly a one-of-a-kind, design destination. To learn more, visit www.adacatlanta.com . For more information about the author, Danielle Jennings, please visit my Google+ profile page.