Mattress producer and retailer Brooklyn Bedding has announced the launch of the EcoSleep Hybrid Mattress, a sustainable and flippable sleep solution, handcrafted in the U.S., with a starting price point of $899.
Business of Home (BOH), a leading news publication for the home industry has partnered with the High Point Market Authority (HPMA) to present the first-ever Future of Home conference, Sept 9-10, in New York City.
Young design team MUT from Valencia, Spain, has been nominated by Koelnmesse to create “Das Haus 2020” as the guest of honor. The Spaniards’ design addresses the possibilities for a retreat that can be sustainably combined with outdoor living.
Trade Linker Int’l Inc., one of the largest distributors of home textiles in the world, has expanded its partnership with kathy ireland Worldwide (kiWW) to include a line of comforter sets, blankets, and throws. The new line will feature rich patterns from contemporary and modern looks as well as more traditional patterns to suit any bedroom and will coordinate with the current kathy ireland line of sheet sets, pillowcases and separates.
Company C, the award-winning New Hampshire-based design and manufacturing company, is bringing its popular market event, Colorful Conversations, to its New England-based retail locations. The event will showcase Company C’s design collaboration with Jill Seale, a Charlotte, North Carolina-based artist and product designer.
Rug and home décor supplier Jaipur Living has been recognized by the International Casual Furnishings Association (ICFA) for outstanding product design for its Indie Collection Farra rug. This marks the second time Jaipur has earned an ICFA design award. The company will receive its Design Excellence Award in showroom 7-6087 at theMART on Tuesday, Sept. 10, the opening day of the 2019 Casual Market Chicago.
Textile producer Milliken & Company’s Specialty Interiors business has earned the Association for Contract Textiles (ACT) Facts® certification. The Facts certification process analyzes eight core areas—fiber sourcing, safety of materials, water conservation and water quality, energy, recycling practices, air quality in manufacturing and social accountability—to determine whether a textile has met NSF/ANSI 336, a multi-attribute sustainability standard that evaluates products for environmental, economic and social attributes.