The second of two excerpts from a special HomeWorld Business Casual Dining report, which looks at how retailers are establishing casual dining as a category. See the March 18 edition of HomeWorld Business for the full report.
From April 6 to 10, Twin Star Home’s newly designed Market on Green building showroom will give High Point Market visitors a look at its recently debuted Downtown Loft collection and the French Country capsule collection.
The first of two excerpts from a special HomeWorld Business Casual Dining report, which looks at how retailers and vendors are establishing casual dining as a category. See the March 18 edition of HomeWorld Business for the full report.
For the Winter Las Vegas Market, Pacific Coast Lighting is offering a variety of table lamp looks to match a range of popular decors.
Ikea’s strategy for its new, urban Planning Studio is based less on its past practices and more on an omnichannel approach the retailer is embracing.
For the five-day shopping period from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday, Wayfair said it has achieved a 58% increase year over year in direct retail gross sales, defined as dollars of order intake, on products including home furnishings and housewares.
Friday, November 2, marks the opening of One Kings Lane’s first downtown store, in Manhattan’s trendy Soho neighborhood.
To give gamers a dedicated place to play, PBteen has struck a deal with Sony Interactive Entertainment to develop a PlayStation licensed collection of home furnishings and décor.
Among its initiatives for the Fall High Point Market, South Shore Furniture is expanding its juvenile and baby furniture assortments for practical reasons and just for fun.
In a cross product category initiative, Hayneedle has partnered with Dia&Co, a designer and e-tailer of plus-size fashions, in an initiative that will establish promotional links between the businesses.
A new home furnishings brand, CosmoLiving, has hit the marketplace with the core furniture product element developed by Dorel Home under a license from Hearst, which owns Cosmopolitan magazine, the basis for the label.
Buyers from the U.S. and around the globe attending the summer Las Vegas Market had 54 new permanent showrooms, several major expansions, nearly 150 new-to-market exhibitors and numerous show-only specials to engage them with product introductions, trending designs and West Coast exclusives, said show host International Market Centers.