Twin Star Home is making a push in the furniture market with its recently developed CoolGlow and PanoGlow collections of electric fireplaces and coordinating media mantels.
Ikea is launching Ombyte, a limited edition collection of furnishings and related products that double as moving and storage aids.
International Market Centers (IMC) has launched Atlanta Next, which constitutes a multi-stage capital and strategic investment plan to transform the AmericasMart Atlanta business through enrichment of all product categories and improvements to all buildings across its 7.2 million square foot campus.
Bush Industries is planning for a busy Summer Las Vegas Market, entering three new product categories— bathroom, entryway and storage— expanding its recently introduced bedroom furniture and office seating lineups, and adding new Kathy Ireland merchandise.
Both decorative and discrete, the Dictionary Metal Safe and Bible Metal Safe from Mark Feldstein & Associates help consumers conceal their valuables.
Bob’s Discount Furniture is embarking on an ambitious new brand campaign, designed to shed light on how it creates and offers accessible value for its customers.
Pottery Barn Kids is rolling out a home furnishings collection that emerges from a deal with video game developer Mojang and Microsoft’s Minecraft.
Wayfair has revealed the sites of the pop up shops it will operate this summer in four retail centers.
One Kings Lane is collaborating with actress Minnie Driver on an exclusive furniture collection featuring three hand-drawn patterns in varying colors and scales applied across 16 silhouettes including chairs, settees, ottomans, headboards, benches and pillows.
Newell Brands has signed a definitive agreement to sell The United States Playing Card Co. to the Cartamundi Group.
According to Research and Markets, the global decorative candles retail market will achieve a compound annual growth rate of more than 5% by 2023.