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Sage & Co. Cherry Hill collection one of David Tutera’s 10 favorite things at Atlanta market

Teters Floral Products has long been known as a leader in the industry, delivering the finest selection of floral products and home decor. The company's Sage & Co. brand recently launched a new collection: Cherry Hill. It has proven to be a hit among consumers and was even featured at the renowned Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market in winter 2015, where the collection received yet another esteemed accolade: Famed designer David Tutera named it one of his 10 favorite things at the Atlanta show.

Discover the Cherry Hill collection
The Cherry Hill collection, which was introduced in January 2015, is a holiday collection that takes a more casual approach to Christmas decor. The holiday ornaments and other decorations incorporate rich berry reds and chalkboard effects to create a festive, warming effect. It includes everything from votive holders to tabletop decor to wine cuffs.

By integrating the chalkboard effect, one of the top trends of the holiday season this year, the collection allows people to add personal flair and uniqueness to their decor.

"Using the chalkboard finish on ball ornaments and tabletop finials is a creative way to personalize table settings or allow young guests to create their own masterpiece to take home," said Liz Zwissler, creative designer at Teters Floral Products.

About the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market
Held in Americasmart, the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market returned to the Atlanta location for its 58th straight January showing in 2015. It's the first and largest of its kind, housing the biggest collection of home and gift merchandise in the world. It ran from Jan. 6 through 13, featuring more than 1,400 showrooms and some 2,500 exhibitors. 

The event serves as a global portal through which designers and manufacturers can present their creations to the world and unveil new lines. With that in mind, Sage & Co. is honored to have its Cherry Hill collection chosen as one of David Tutera's favorite things among the thousands of exhibits at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market.