The 15th anniversary Summer Las Vegas Market, rescheduled to run August 30 to September 3, will feature the grand opening of The Expo at World Market Center Las Vegas, a 315,000-square-foot exposition facility that will house the market’s gift and home temporaries, in addition to more than 4,300 furniture, home décor and gift resources in 5.4 million square feet.
In its second week, High Point Virtual Market gave the furniture industry access to programming, product discovery and a sense of community as they have dealt with the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to host International Market Centers.
Target has struck a multi-year partnership with Studio McGee, which will contribute to the company’s Threshold brand.
Utah Business has named Lance Ferguson, svp/sales at Walker Edison, a Sales Professional of the Year for 2020.
In an expansion of its mid-century modern product offering, Wayfair has launched the Foundstone collection of price-attainable furniture, décor and more, going above and beyond its usual group offerings to include housewares.
Williams-Sonoma banners West Elm and Pottery Barn Teen have teamed up to launch a co-designed furniture collection.
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.
Pottery Barn Kids is rolling out a home furnishings collection that emerges from a deal with video game developer Mojang and Microsoft’s Minecraft.
Furniture resources at the Summer Las Vegas Market are getting a boost from seven relocating, expanding and renewing home furnishings showrooms, according to event host International Market Centers.
Global and European provincial looks are making gains in the home furnishings market, which introductions from Pacific Coast Lighting recently demonstrated.
On Monday, April 15, Ikea will open its first-ever Planning Studio at 999 Third Avenue in Manhattan, near Bloomingdale’s, marking a new, smaller-scale chapter in the Swedish retailer’s development.