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Wovn Home Launches Collaboration with Michigan Artist, Kelly Ventura

Wovn Home, a direct-to-consumer custom window treatments company based in NYC, launched a new painterly collaboration with Michigan-based watercolor artist Kelly Ventura. 

Refractory Design Studio Unveils New Collection at NYC Salon Art + Design Show

Refractory, a Chicago-based design studio, has just unveiled a sculptural new chair collection, Holotype - along with a variety of new patinas during its installation at NYC’s Salon Art + Design show. 

International Window Coverings Expo (IWCE) Registration Now Open

The International Window Coverings Expo will take place in Charlotte, N.C. from April 20-21. Now is the time to take advantage of early-bird pricing and secure your seat at the seminars you want. Early-bird pricing is offered from Nov. 7 – Jan. 6.

Acima Leasing Joins with Sleep Outfitters to Make Solutions More Accessible

Acima Leasing, a leading provider of lease-to-own (LTO) services for merchants and consumers and Fintech platform of Rent-A-Center, Inc., is pleased to announce a multi-year agreement with Sleep Outfitters, sleep solutions provider, to be the exclusive lease-to-own platform for their e‑commerce site and over 120 stores in Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, and West Virginia.

Aaron’s Company Donates Mattresses in Honor of Their Founder

The Aaron's Company, Inc., a technology-enabled, omnichannel provider of lease-to-own and retail purchase solutions, announced the donation of 225 mattresses to Atlantans relocated from the Forest Cove apartments to a new community.

Robin Baron Design Evolves to Add E-Commerce to the Business

Interior & Product Designer Robin Baron, president of Robin Baron Design, talks about the evolution of her company and why she opted to add an e-commerce shop to her design business. 

Landfills are Clogging with “Fast Furniture,” Another Side Effect of COVID

Sales of desks, chairs, and patio equipment jumped by more than $4 billion from 2019 to 2021, according to a market data company, and a lot of it was not made to survive to the end of the decade.

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