The Spruce, a Dotdash media brand, has rolled out a new organization product line, The Spruce Organization Collection. Developed by The Spruce editorial team and iDesign in partnership with Lowe’s, the line of containers and bins was created for those looking for uncomplicated organization solutions to maximize use of space at home.
Trolley Bags has expanded its organization lineup with the Style Series of shopping cart organizers, featuring Trolley Bags Midi, a new size for the company.
The Container Store posted strong second quarter results, as the retailer capitalized on the current stay-at-home market conditions. The company also pointed to the success of its partnership with The Home Edit, and revealed a new line with Marie Kondo.
The Container Store is launching an exclusive co-branded collection of organizing tools by Marie Kondo, tidying expert, New York Times bestselling author, Emmy-nominated television star and founder of KonMari Media, Inc.
Neat Method, a home organizing company owned by Whitmor, is capitalizing on the success of its lifestyle service by introducing a retail line of home organizing products.
Keter North America, a global manufacturer of outdoor furniture and a range of leisure and storage products, has recently begun production of high-quality, reusable face shields at its plants in Anderson, Indiana, and Milton, Ontario, Canada. Both facilities have the capacity to produce about 50,000 face shields a week.
The new Hy-Genie No Touch Hand Tool from Mark Feldstein & Associates allows users to keep their hands safe from coming into direct contact with pathogens found on surfaces including those on store checkouts, ATMs, touch screens and gas pumps.
As consumers continue to remain at home, many are spending more time cooking and baking, and are seeking solutions to keep foods fresh. To support this trend, Bradshaw Home is highlighting its new GoodCook EveryWare food storage line.
Igloo and celebrity chef Guy Fieri have launched a limited edition Playmate cooler to support the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation’s (NRAEF) Restaurant Employee Relief Fund (RERF).
The Container Store is closing all remaining stores that were not already shuttered in accordance with state and local orders, and shifting to click and pick up/contactless curbside delivery and scheduled in store appointments, only allowing one customer in the store at a time, in select locations, where it is legally permitted and store employees wish to work.
The Container Store has provided an update on its response to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, and has taken measures such as reducing store hours and furloughing a portion of its corporate employees.
The NPD Group provides more evidence that consumers are using home furnishings as a way to define space as they engage in more work and leisure activities at home.
Sterilite was thinking big as it prepared new storage and organization options, with the introduction of a range of larger-sized plastic storage sizes.