While 2021 shows promise of a return to something resembling normal, much of what consumers have had to embrace through the last year is likely here to stay.
The first of four sessions will debut February 1 on Atlanta Market's Instagram page.
After two years as president, Jesús Capó of El Dorado Furniture will assume the role of chairman of the board.
Where did American consumers spend money in their homes in 2020?
With augmented reality technology, consumers can use their mobile devices to visualize what your home furnishings will look like in their homes.
The two-day immersive symposium, free and open to the public, will celebrate and discuss the future of design, and debut new products launching in 2021.
SFC and IDS have teamed up again to promote sustainable interior design.
In January's Design Coaching Corner, Mike Peterson outlines how to identify and shape your brand identity.
If you haven’t yet added e-commerce, now is the time to be considering this tool to keep your store thriving.
Consumers are updating their kitchens. Houzz shares top trends to expect in 2021.
Brams follows Colin Stuart, outgoing Chair of the International Casual Furnishings Association Retail Council.
Christina Anstead, Beth Webb and Stacy Garcia reflect on their product design and licensing experiences.
The Philadelphia designer opened a retail showroom during a pandemic to showcase her design style to a greater audience.
Consumers identified home features they value in their current homes and the issues they’re facing while sheltering in place.
The new website is designed to connect homeowners and designers.
The American Home Furnishings Hall of Fame Nominations for the Class of 2021 are being accepted through February 1, 2021.