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Skandinavia Contemporary Interiors Joins CDG

Skandinavia Contemporary Interiors has joined furniture retail merchandising consortium Contemporary Design Group.

Zenith Opens Indianapolis Hub

Furniture carrier and third-party logistics provider Zenith Global LogisticsZenith Hub has opened its hub in Indianapolis.

Donny Osmond Plans Home Furnishings Line

donnyosmondSinger Donny Osmond is stepping into the home furnishings arena with his wife Debbie Osmond.

PBTeen Introduces Emily & Meritt Collection

Specialty home furnishings retailer PBTeen has partnered with celebrity stylists and fashion designers Emily Current and Meritt Elliott to create a unique collection of decorative fashions for kids' rooms. 

HOM Furniture Set for Wisconsin Opening

HOM Furniture is readying for the opening of its store in Onalaska, Wis., this weekend.

The Coon Rapids, Minn.-based retailer company is replicating its store-within-a-store concept and the new location. The store employs about 50 people.


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Source: Online La Crosse Tribune

Ashley's Wanek Back on Forbes' Wealthiest Americans List

Ron Wanek, the chairman and founder of America's largest furniture company, is a billionaire - nearly twice over. He makes his comeback to The Forbes 200 list of Richest Americans thanks to the strength of Ashley Furniture.

Forbes' analysis indicates Wanek is the majority owner of the privately held manufacturer and retailer of home furnishings, based out of Arcadia, Wis. The company generated more than $3.5 billion in revenue in 2012, more than any other U.S. furniture maker. The 72-year-old chairman's stake in the company is worth $1.8 billion.


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Roche Bobois Launches Jean Cocteau Collection

Jean Cocteau's poetic artistic legacy lives on in a new collection of decorative textiles and objects designed by upscale Paris-based home furnishings brand Roche Bobois.

Embroidered cushions, woven rugs, ceramics, lampshades, upholstery and throws serve as canvases for the late artist's texts and pictorial designs, using print and embroidery to capture his original drawings and manuscripts.


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Source: Blouin Artinfo

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