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Interior Designer Corey Damen Jenkins to Keynote Online 2020 Pinnacle Awards

The International Society of Furniture Designers (ISFD) will host their annual Pinnacle Awards via a TV-style program on the organization’s You Tube Channel. Acclaimed interior designer Corey Damen Jenkins will keynote the awards ceremony. 

ICFA Names 2020 Award Finalists

The International Casual Furnishings Association (ICFA) has named the award finalists for  manufacturer leadership, sales representative of the year, and design excellence. All winners will be announced at the virtual ICFA Awards Gala on Sept. 23.

Bradington-Young Launches Collection Targeting Gen X and Millennials

Motion upholstery resource Bradington-Young has announced it is launching a new collection targeting Gen X and Millennials at the upcoming High Point Market.

OW Lee to Move Operations to Texas

OW Lee, a manufacturer of high-end outdoor furniture, fire pits, and accessories located in Ontario, Calif., has announced its acquisition of a 412,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility in Comfort, Texas and plans to relocate its California operation to Texas in 2021.

Crate & Barrel to Open New Distribution Facility in Newton, NC, Creating 150 Jobs

Global home furnishings retailer Crate and Barrel has announced its plans to develop a new 736,000 square foot regional warehouse and distribution center in Newton, N.C. with The Keith Corporation, investing $38.5 million and creating 150 new jobs.

Pottery Barn Unveils Pottery Barn Renewed, Expands Sustainability Commitments

Pottery Barn, a member of the Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE: WSM) portfolio of brands, has partnered with The Renewal Workshop, a provider of circular solutions for apparel and textile brands, to unveil Pottery Barn Renewed.

Oriental Weavers Founder Mohamed Farid Khamis Dies at 80

Mohamed Farid Khamis, founder of Oriental Weavers, passed away on Sept. 19 in Atlanta, Georgia, due to complications from a long-term illness.