Industry, market and people news in the home furnishings industry
The call for submissions runs through March 15, 2020.
Three product streams facilitate buyer-seller connectivity.
The trade fair has been moved to June 16-21 in light of coronavirus concerns.
With no order minimums, designers receive 14 percent cash back on Saatva’s entire product line.
This season’s educational series features multiple industry experts and influencers, including global style icon and entrepreneur Miranda Kerr.
The home decor mobile game drives discovery for furniture brands.
The ALA-hosted four-day event will take place during the summer show for the first time.
The event set for Oct. 26-28 will offer engaging speakers and technology training.
The professional workshop will take place June 4-5 at Harbor Hill Estate on Long Island.
The company is launching a website for the hospitality market and hiring Mary Beth Powell as Vice President of Hospitality Sales.
Interior design projects will be judged by a panel of ASID board members and an editor from 2020 media sponsor, Furniture, Lighting and Decor.
The InterHall space located at IH301 will feature an assortment of high-style accent and custom upholstery pieces.
More than 35 exhibitors will make their Suites at Market Square debut in April.
HKDTC has announced new July dates for the Lighting Fair due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Wayfair and Clarkson will launch a two-part home furnishings collection in April.
Amid growth, the 2020 Houzz U.S. State of the Industry study reveals a rise in costs of doing business.
Barbour received the accolade for her inspirational and executive leadership, community engagement, business mentoring and entrepreneurship.