Eureka Ergonomic is launching ergonomic gaming desk deals for the holiday season.
Williams-Sonoma banners West Elm and Pottery Barn Teen have teamed up to launch a co-designed furniture collection.
As it continues development of private labels, Bed Bath & Beyond has launched its first children’s furnishings own brand, Marmalade.
A major part of what mass-market furniture producers wanted to showcase at the Fall High Point Market was gaming.
Living Style Group, a company with divisions including Whalen Furniture, True Innovations and Kenas Home, has struck a deal to manufacture, supply and distribute Thomasville furniture in the U.S. and globally.
International Market Centers is launching a $33.5 million capital investment in its High Point Market properties, including a dynamic new arrival experience for the International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC) commerce entrance as well as customer-facing renovations and refurbishments to several of its other downtown High Point properties.
For the Fall High Point Market, South Shore Furniture will introduce more than 40 products, with the new Hype and Maliza offering new meal-time furniture options.
Pacific Coast Lighting is celebrating its 40th anniversary event at the Fall High Point Market with new lighting and a little help from brand partner Kathy Ireland WorldWide.
Couture is moving into the showroom space at 110 West Commerce Street in High Point, NC, inhabited by its sister business Mastercraft, and the companies are celebrating with multiple events.
Twin Star Home is adding three new desks to its ActiveLife series of adjustable height desks in time for the Fall High Point Market.
An Instagram Takeover on the International Market Center’s DesignOnHPMkt destination will share favorite new product lines, events and trends identified by 22 designers and tastemakers at the Fall High Point Market.