The 2021 Pinnacle Awards, sponsored by the International Society of Furniture Designers (ISFD), commemorated their 25th anniversary at a celebration held last night at COHAB.Space in High Point. This year’s celebration theme, “Community”, focused on the many ways that the Pinnacle Awards unite designers, manufacturers, retailers, organizations, agencies, and the media creating one cohesive community.
Jonathan Bass, CEO of PTM Images, Innova Luxury Group and direct-to-consumer furniture brand Whom Home, announces expansions to his Mexico-based furnishings manufacturing factory in the state of Sonora, Mexico.
Extending its global footprint to nearly 50 countries, mattress manufacturer Spring Air International has signed a license agreement with Isbir Bedding of Ankara, Turkey, that will expand the brand’s presence in Turkey, Hungary and Bulgaria.
Retail software provider Storis has released version 10.6 of its popular software platform, adding tools to help retailers better manage inventory and dynamic fulfillments and meet on-going challenges.
With all eyes turned to Global supply chain woes, Home Furnishings Business Editor-in-Chief Bob George, has focused on the importance of commitment between furniture manufacturers and retailers in the Fall E-Market Preview.
Rug and textile manufacturer Loloi has announced the opening of a new 450,000-sq.-ft warehouse in South Dallas that brings 75 new jobs to the area and gives the rug manufacturer additional space to meet high demand for its rugs, pillows and other textiles.
Italian bedding manufacturer Magniflex has partnered with Tecno Zanotta Group on a new residential space concept, Zanotta House New York. Designed to be a functional – and shoppable – exhibition space, Zanotta House occupies a five-story townhouse at 23 Cornelia Street in Manhattan’s trendy, design focused Greenwich Village.