One Kings Lane is collaborating with actress Minnie Driver on an exclusive furniture collection featuring three hand-drawn patterns in varying colors and scales applied across 16 silhouettes including chairs, settees, ottomans, headboards, benches and pillows.
To address the evolving workplace, Staples is launching Staples Studio, an in-store concept that offers customers access to a collaborative workspace with private or shared offices, community kitchens and meeting rooms, and a range of additional membership benefits.
The NBA’s Golden State Warriors, Chase Center and Williams-Sonoma have teamed up for a new partnership. The retailer will now be the official furniture and home design partner of the Warriors.
Willliams-Sonoma is addressing concerns that some of its products that carry Made in the U.S.A. claims may not meet U.S. Federal Trade Commission standards for such labeling, the company has maintained.
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.
Rent-A-Center has agreed in principle to settle all litigation with Vintage Capital Management, and B. Riley Financial relating to the company’s termination of an agreement and plan of merger last year with certain affiliates of Vintage Capital.
Global and European provincial looks are making gains in the home furnishings market, which introductions from Pacific Coast Lighting recently demonstrated.
Ikea launched a new chapter in its expansion in the U.S. as it opened its first Planning Studio in New York this week, a retail concept that is part prototype and part test operation, a spokesperson said.
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.