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Williams-Sonoma Pays Civil Fine to Settle “Made in USA” Claims

As reported on Reuters, Williams-Sonoma will pay a $3.18 million civil fine to settle U.S. Federal Trade Commission charges it violated a July 2020 order by falsely claiming that some of its products were "Made in USA."

Las Vegas Design Center Presents Two May Events

Las Vegas Design Center (LVDC) presents two events in May: the hallmark “First Friday” education with a Cinco de Mayo celebration of Mexican design and architecture hosted by Hooker Furnishings on May 3, and the Spring Sample Sale, May 15 – 17.

HPXD Plans Events with Interwoven, Design Days Next

With High Point Market in the recent rear view, there may still be some showrooms or sites that still need to be seen. In case High Point is still calling, there are, 40 HPxD showrooms that are open and accessible year-round to walk right in and visit or make an appointment. The List shows the brands HPXD are working with currently.

Muuto’s Intentional Spaces Inspire at Milan Design Week

Muuto continues its exploration of intentional spaces that evoke and inspire at Milan Design Week in April. Delving into the act of making a personal home, they present a Scandinavian perspective on the Milanese apartment.

Studio 7.5 Expands Research-Backed, Ergonomic Zeph Collection

Designed by Berlin-based Studio 7.5, the Zeph Chair collection is distinguished by a colorful one-piece seat and flexible back. Through the same research-backed ergonomics that led to the design of the multipurpose chair and stool introduced in 2022, Zeph Side Chair brings a natural recline to the four-leg side and visitor seating category and supports a variety of applications including focused work, collaborative small group, and fluid educational settings.

Earth Day Inspiration – Pottery Barn’s Six Million Trees

Doubling down on Pottery’s Barn’s pledge to restore our forests, the family of brands at William’s Sonoma, Inc. is partnering with the Arbor Day Foundation on a mission to plant 6 million trees.

Horton’s Furniture Going Out of Business After 78 Years

Horton’s Furniture is going out of business after 78 years of serving Wichita and surrounding communities with quality home furnishings. Owners Steve Elpers and Dilman Morris will retire at the conclusion of the store’s final liquidation sale.

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