Forty One Madison, home to the permanent showrooms of several tableware and gift brands, will be showcasing a selection of brands at its own pavilion at the NY Now Market. The market is scheduled to be held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, August 10 to 14 in New York City.
Williams Sonoma is kicking off a new collaboration with American design house Schumacher. The new collection will feature 45 products from both Williams Sonoma and Williams Sonoma Home ranging from tabletop and entertaining pieces to upholstered furniture, bedding, and home décor.
World Centric, a manufacturer of plant-based and compostable tableware products, is rolling out its products into 750 Target stores nationwide and on the retailer’s website.
Merritt Designs has partnered with Maine-based artist Kate Nelligan for its latest dinnerware collaboration.
Typhoon Homewares will launch the new Mason Cash dinnerware and serveware collection in the U.S. market this season.
The long history of the housewares business has revolved largely around a simple thought process. Retailers want new and product suppliers are happy to show retailers what is new.
Robinson Home Products recently unveiled a new corporate logo, adding a modern and updated look to an enduring business, stated the company.
Gibson Overseas has added a new collection of natural material serveware pieces from Vietnam to its assortment. The Tropical Mosaic collection features everything from bowls formed from coconut shells to serving platters decorated with inlays of natural materials.
Portmeirion Group has introduced the 2019 Spode Christmas Tree Collection. The 2019 collection features the brand’s iconic Christmas Tree design and a new pattern of snowflakes and holly berries.
TTU has announced that Amir Tehrani, a partner of the company, has joined the company’s board of directors and will also assume a senior leadership role. The news, according to a statement on the TTU website, comes on the heels of Dar Molayem, co-founder, president and CMO, announcing his retirement.