Online behemoth Amazon will be celebrating the launch of Cloth & Co., and Apartment Therapy for Amazon, a new furniture collection for sale on Amazon.com. The celebration is scheduled for April 22 from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. in the Amazon Home showroom in IHFC G782, at the upcoming High Point Market.
Leading floor covering and home accents manufacturer Nourison has launched a limited edition rug collection with fine artist Lida Sherafatmand. The four hand-made area rugs are created from sections of Lida’s detailed original paintings, with actual flowers being the main physical subject in her painting. The four designs are titled “New Altitudes, Opening Door to Blessings”, “Surrogating Raindrops”, Pulses of Love/Internal World of Goodness”, and “When Miracles Happen”.
Buzz is building for the Summer 2017 debut of The Showroom @Furniture Row. Promising a fine furniture shopping and luxury design experience, the 170,000 square foot Denver-based complex will prominently showcase thirty individual galleries with curated collections by Baker, Marge Carson, Christopher Guy, Hancock & Moore, and Bernhardt, to name a few.
Contemporary furniture manufacturer, Johnston Casuals gave out doggie bandanas during the 2016 Fall High Point Market and they were an immediate hit. Customers, reps and designers from across the U.S. sent in pictures of their pups dressed in Johnston Casuals wear.
Upholstery producer Norwalk Furniture is hosting a competitive intelligence/trends forecast called “Color as Counter-trend” on Monday, April 24, from 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., in the Norwalk Showroom, IHFC M108. The event is presented by WithIt.
App developer Morpholio has unveiled a new kind of document for interior designers. Ava, short for Automated Visual Assembly, aims to streamline the interior design process by allowing the user to navigate seamlessly between visually appealing presentation boards and detailed, editable data spreadsheets.
Television personality, best-selling author, and lifestyle expert, Rachael Ray, continues her passion for all things design with new additions to her growing Rachael Ray Home brand.