Williams-Sonoma has signed an agreement to acquire Outward, a 3D imaging and augmented reality platform for the home furnishings and décor industry, for an all cash price of $112 million.
When TJX opened its first HomeSense store in Massachusetts in mid-August, consumers in the U.S. got a first look at the American version of the banner the company has operated in Canada and Europe for years— and what they likely noticed first was the abundance of furniture.
As Macy’s prepares its annual holiday push, the retailer said that it would introduce virtual reality furniture shopping in its Paramus, NJ, and Miami stores.
As the retailer posted a third quarter loss, the Rent-A-Center board of directors has initiated a process to explore strategic and financial alternatives.
Sauder Woodworking is preparing to preview its Anda Norr furniture collection at the upcoming fall High Point Market.
At the upcoming Fall High Point Market, buyers and designers who visit the Commerce & Design building can explore 40 showrooms, including two new additions, Padma’s Plantation, an outdoor furniture and accessories source, and Urban Chic, a supplier of furniture, artwork, lighting and textiles.
Wayfair has launched Day of Delivery Tracking, a new feature that allows consumers to track the delivery of their furniture.
The Dallas Market Center has partnered with the Houston Furniture Bank for phase two of its DMC Cares Hurricane Relief Program. The company’s goal is to create $1 million in support for several organizations, including the Houston Furniture Bank, via financial and product donations for those impacted by the hurricane, and is encouraging its exhibitors and attendees to join the effort.