Nourison, a leading floor covering and home accents manufacturer, has announced the implementation of its return to work plan, by maintaining a clean and hygienic workplace and ensuring employees continue to practice safe and social distancing measures once normal business operations resume in the office.
RH (NYSE: RH) has announced the opening of RH Charlotte, The Gallery at Phillips Place. RH Charlotte represents the brand’s quest to revolutionize physical retailing, and its continued foray into hospitality with a glass-encased Rooftop Restaurant and Wine Bar that opens onto a beautifully landscaped park.
Richmond, Va.-based mattress brand LuuF, the hybrid boxed bed brand from Symbol Mattress, has relaunched with a new name generating strong sales that provided a $30,000 donation to the First Responders Children’s Foundation.
Atlanta Market’s Shop the Show is working from home this Summer season revisiting with old friends from its popular Shop the Show program. Now through the Summer 2020 market, “Shop the Show: Alumni at Home Edition” will explore five relevant design themes and current trends with blog posts, Q&As, a digital look book and social media posts.
The Home Fashion Products Association (HFPA) has added a pair of live industry events to its summer calendar scheduled to take place on June 23 and July 21, 2020.
Art Hide, makers of premium quality cowhide rugs, sourced as a natural by-product of the beef industry, is celebrating 10 years of creating customizable rugs. Using signature techniques of custom dyeing, laser burning and metallic stenciling, Art Hide transforms cowhide pelt into an extensive range of rugs, décor, furniture and custom applications that offer design potential for corporate, commercial, and residential inclusions.
High Point University’s School of Art and Design recently awarded eight students $25,000 in scholarship funds as part of the university’s virtual Creative Innovation Lab Design Competition. This was the first year of the competition. HPU’s Creative Innovation Lab, located inside the Plato S. Wilson School of Commerce, and newly formed competition were made possible through a gift from an anonymous donor.