Fyi Duluth design studio, a one-stop home and garden co-op in Historic Downtown Duluth, won first place in the 10 X 10 booth category at the North Atlanta Home Show occurring at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth this weekend.
Suzi Pryles of Bloomin' Pots designed the outdoor living exhibit, while lead partner Stacie Stamper of fyi Duluth design studio coordinated the participating vendor partners.
The outdoor kitchen unit was a joint project between Chattahoochee Kitchen & Bath, AllSouth Appliance Group and Premier Surfaces. The exhibit also features original outdoor art by Rosa Rosae, speaker flower pots from Wired 4 Living, and a cast stone outdoor fireplace from Bloomin' Pots. Woody's Nursery added plant materials to complete the look.
Stop by booth 928 to see the fyi Duluth design studio exhibit. “If you like what we did with our small booth, see what we can do to outdoor rooms like decks, porches and patios,” Pryles said.
Other Duluth businesses participating in the show include Costco Wholesale, Georgia Solar Lighting by the Sunshine Boys, Pella Windows and Doors, Scenic Environments, and the Trusted Toolbox.
The 15th annual North Atlanta Home Show opened its doors Friday, Feb. 10, and continues through Sunday, Feb. 12.
Experts in the home remodeling and landscaping industries are showcasing their services and products. The show features innovative home improvement ideas, home and garden speakers and live radio broadcasts. SEMCO is presenting the home show, the largest in Gwinnett County.
Tonya M. Williams of HGTV’s “Designed to Sell” and “Bang for your Buck” headlines a full roster of speakers. She’ll present “Adding Value with Fabulous Flooring” at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Walter Reeves and Dave Baker of AM 750 and NOW 95.5 FM News/Talk WSB, will broadcast “The Lawn and Garden Show” and “The Home Fix-It Show,” respectfully, live from the North Atlanta Home Show Stage Saturday morning. Click here for the full speaker schedule.
Hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday. On-site parking is free. General admission tickets may be purchased at the door and are $7, $6 for senior citizens over 65 with ID, $5 for military personnel with ID, and free for children 12 and under. Hometalk.com members also receive free admission. Visit www.hometalk.com to register. For group tickets, call 770-998-9800, ext. 261.