Cost Plus World Market has teamed with NBCUniversal in the development of a limited edition line of licensed products for the Downton Abbey collection.
Eureka Ergonomic, a designer and manufacturer of office accessories and industrial products, has entered a new supplier agreement with True Value that covers kitchen carts, height-adjustable workbenches and bench accessories, racking systems and other products.
The inaugural Future of Home event, with the High Point Market Authority among its sponsors, was aimed primarily at interior designers but was sufficiently broad in scope to include Walmart executives and information valuable to anyone in the housewares and home furnishings industry.
International Market Centers has added to its Las Vegas Market leasing team. Elizabeth Moss, a 17-year industry veteran, has joined the team and two existing members— Priscila Gilburg and Michelle Karol— will assume additional category responsibilities.
Neiman Marcus has appointed Lana Todorovich to president and chief merchandising officer. She will report to Neiman Marcus Group CEO Geoffroy van Raemdonck.
Pottery Barn Teen has unveiled a licensed home décor collection inspired by the world of the “Fantastic Beasts” film series. The collection of over 30 pieces features hand-drawn prints and iconic symbols from the Wizarding World available exclusively at the retailer.