Surya has released a curated luxury catalog featuring top of the line rugs with exceptional design, quality and craftsmanship. In the exclusive 347-page book, large-scale product and lifestyle photography bring each rug to life, highlighting the richness of patterns, colors and textures.
After a slight dip in annual revenue Ikea plans to open 50 new smaller format stores around the world. The Swedish furniture giant says many of these new locations will be smaller or based in the heart of cities as they aim to move away from their traditional warehouse format.
Ohio-based Norwalk Furniture has identified four emerging textile trends for Fall 2020, looking to brighten up its fabric offering in response to the uncertainty that 2020 has brought to many consumers. From lively hot pinks and cerulean blues to bright mustards and crimson tones, the new colorways were curated to interject an upbeat and comforting vibe into its new textile offering and High Point showroom.
Leading provider of RTA furniture Walker Edison has revealed they newly designed logo. This is the first change in logo design since Walker Edison was founded in 2006.
In the first of a three-day series of 30-minute webinars this week, Google and AVB Marketing offered home furnishings retailers a checklist of digital essentials to remain competitive in a pandemic-impacted marketplace.
International furniture brand Nathan Anthony will feature its Embrace upholstered seating collection for the first time in the company’s permanent showroom in InterHall, space IH-602, during Fall High Point Market, October 13 - 21.
As all industries tackle the ongoing effects of COVID-19, the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) has sought to understand the resiliency of the design industry and profession through times of uncertainty. The 2020 ASID Interior Design Resiliency Report has released the results from its first phase, conducted during the summer of 2020 in partnership with Cosentino, Benjamin Moore and Emerald to further investigate interior design resilience by examining the impact of the pandemic, the response from the interior design community and the changes necessary in design to move forward.