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Industry Sales by Quarter 2011 Q3 to 2018 Q3 Bedding Industry

Industry experts are still trying to get a handle on the impact of the closing of Mattress Firm stores as well as the ongoing Bedding sales through eCommerce. Preliminary data puts third quarter 2018 retail bedding sales at $4.14 billion up 3.5 percent over the same Q3 of 2017. Compared to the previous second quarter of this year, third quarter sales are up 10.2 percent signaling Bedding’s cyclical third quarter rise in sales.

Preliminary 2018 Q3 data points to continued slower Bedding growth compared to other major furniture products. Sales of $4.14 billion are 3.5 percent greater than 2017 Q3 and 10.2 percent higher than 2018 Q2.

For the first three quarters of 2018, Bedding sales totaled $11.9 billion, up 2.7 percent over the first three quarters of last year.

Source:  Impact Consulting Services, Inc. industry model 
Note: 2018 industry data is preliminary

Industry Sales by Quarter 2011 Q2 to 2018 Q2 Bedding Industry

The Bedding industry is still feeling the effects of a shell-shocked 2017 due to Industry consolidation and an increased internet presence among other things. Preliminary data puts second quarter 2018 retail bedding sales at $3.81 billion up 3.5 percent over the same Q2 of 2017. Compared to the previous first quarter of this year, second quarter sales are down 5.1 percent due in part to Bedding’s seasonality.

Preliminary 2018 Q2 data points to continued slower Bedding growth. Sales of $3.81 billion are 3.5 percent greater than 2017 Q2 but 5.1 percent less than 2018 Q1.

For the first half of 2018, Bedding sales totaled $7.83 billion, up 3.1 percent over the first two quarters of last year.

Source:  Impact Consulting Services, Inc. industry model 
2017 and 2018q1  industry sales have been revised; 2018 data is preliminary

Industry Sales by Quarter: 2011 Q1 to 2018 Q1 Bedding Industry

After a rocky 2017 for the Bedding industry due to consolidation and an increased internet presence, data is still very preliminary for the first quarter of this year. Initial estimates of $3.9 billion put 2018 Q1 sales up 2.8 percent over 2017 Q1. Compared to the previous fourth quarter of 2017, sales are up 9 percent reflecting Bedding’s seasonality.

Preliminary data indicates slow Bedding sales growth in 2018 Q1. Sales of $3.9 billion are a 2.8 percent increase over 2017 Q1.

First quarter 2018 Bedding sales totaled $3.9 billion, up 2.8 percent over the same period last year. 

Source:  Impact Consulting Services, Inc. industry model  2017 industry sales have been revised. 2018 q1 is preliminary.

Industry Sales: 2010 YE to 2018 Q1 Furniture & Bedding

After a strong fourth quarter, combined furniture and bedding sales took their typical cyclical dip compared to the fourth quarter of 2017, but maintained decent growth compared to the same quarter 1 of last year. Industry sales totaled $26.66 billion in for the first three months of 2018, up 4.5 percent compared to the same quarter last year, but down 2 percent from 2017 Q4.

Furniture (excluding Bedding) in the first quarter increased 4.8 percent versus the same quarter 1 in 2017 totaling $22.76 billion. Compared to the fourth quarter of 2017, furniture sales fell 3.6 percent.

Although furniture sales typically dip in the first quarter, bedding sales tend to increase compared to the last quarter of the previous year. Industry sales for Bedding are preliminary for the quarter as data is mixed, but initial estimates of $3.9 billion put 2018 Q1 sales up 9.0 percent over 2017 Q4. Compared to the previous same quarter 1 of last year, sales are up 2.8 percent.

The first quarter in 2017 maintained sustained quarter over quarter growth for furniture and bedding. Industry sales of $26.66 billion reflects an increase of 4.5 percent over 2017 Q1. Compared to the fourth quarter of last year sales are down 2 percent.

Furniture (excluding Bedding) increased 4.8 percent in 2018 Q1 versus the same first quarter of 2017 with sales of $22.76 billion. This figure is down 3.6 percent over last quarter, 2017 Q4.

Bedding sales are still under review, but preliminary results show 2018 Q1 Bedding at $3.9 billion, up 2.8 percent over the same quarter 1 of 2017. Compared to last quarter, 2017 Q4, sales are up 9.0 percent.

 

Industry Sales by Quarter: 2010 Q4 to 2017 Q4: Bedding Industry

With consolidation and an increased internet presence, 2017 reflected a Bedding industry in flux. Initial estimates of $3.69 billion put 2017 Q4 sales up 5.3 percent over 2016 Q4. Compared to the previous third quarter of 2017, sales are down 12.2 percent reflecting Bedding’s seasonality. Preliminary year end sales total $15.42 billion up 2.7 percent over 2016.

Despite a 5.3 percent increase, 2017 Q4 over 2016 Q4, the fourth quarter remains Bedding’s historically lowest volume quarter, totaling $3.69 billion 2017 Q4.

Year end Bedding sales are still under review, but preliminary results show 2017 sales of $15.42 billion, a 2.7 percent increase over 2016.

Source:  Impact Consulting Services’ FurnitureCore.com industry model. Note: 2014 to 2017 data have been revised based on recent revisions to the Bureau of Economic Analysis’  Personal Consumption Expenditures survey.

Industry Sales by Quarter: 2010 Q4 to 2017Q4: Furniture & Bedding

A robust December pulled furniture and bedding sales up in the fourth quarter of 2017 to $27.25 billion, a 6.3 percent jump above 2016 Q4.  For the year, 2017 total industry sales continued a steady climb of 3.86 percent over 2016 reaching $105.19 billion.

 

Furniture (excluding Bedding) in the fourth quarter increased 6.5 percent versus the same quarter in 2016 totaling $23.56 billion. Compared to the third quarter of 2017, furniture sales grew 5.4 percent. Year end furniture sales excluding bedding reached $89.77 billion, up 4.1 percent over 2016.

Industry sales for Bedding are preliminary for the year as data is mixed. Initial estimates of $3.69 billion put 2017 Q4 sales up 5.3 percent over 2016 Q4. Compared to the previous third quarter of 2017, sales are down 12.2 percent reflecting Bedding’s seasonality. Preliminary year end sales total $15.42 billion up 2.7 percent over 2016.

The fourth quarter in 2017 saw the largest quarter over quarter growth in seven quarters for furniture and bedding. Industry sales of $27.25 billion reflects an increase of 6.3 percent over 2016 Q4. Compared to the previous 2017 Q3, Q4 sales are up 2.7 percent.

Furniture (excluding Bedding) increased 6.5 percent in 2017 Q4 versus the same fourth quarter of 2016 with sales of $23.56 billion. This figure is up 5.4 percent comparing 2017 Q4 to the previous 2017 Q3.

Bedding sales are still under review, but preliminary results show 2017 Q4 Bedding at $3.69 billion, up 5.3 percent over third quarter last year and down 12.2 percent over the previous 2016 Q4. The fourth quarter typically shows a seasonal decline over Q3.

Industry Sales by Quarter | 2010 Q3 to 2017 Q3 | Bedding Industry

The third quarter is typically the Bedding’s industry’s highest volume period each year. Bedding sales climbed to $4.04 billion 2017 Q3, an increase of 4.8 percent over the same third quarter last year. Growth compared to the previous Q2 of this year reached 10 percent reflecting the increased third quarter volume. Year-to-date, the third quarter is up 3.8 percent over the first three quarters of 2016 totaling $11.34 billion.


The slow but steady growth in the Bedding industry this year is reflected in the quarter over quarter increases.  In the third quarter of this year, bedding picked up some steam finishing 4.8 percent over the same quarter last year, 2016 Q3.

Third quarter 2017 year-to-date bedding sales totaled $11.37 billion, up 3.8 percent over the same period last year. 

Source:  Impact Consulting Services, Inc. industry model  2017 Q1 and Q2 results been revised.

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