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Parent Company of Nectar Rebrands as Resident, Expands into Furniture Category

Parent company of mattress and rug brands that include Nectar, DreamCloud and Wovenly has rebranded as Resident, now expanding into the home furnishings space. 

imm cologne to Continue Interior Design Days Shanghai in 2019

Following the successful launch of interior design days in Shanghai (idd shanghai) in November 2018, the organizers of the interior business event imm cologne will continue the concept of idd shanghai in 2019.

ASID Announces College of Fellows Inductees

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) has announced 11 inductees chosen to enter the ASID College of Fellows in 2019. The Society’s highest honor, fellowship is awarded to less than 1 percent of all ASID members and includes individuals who have made distinguished contributions to their profession, have engaged with the ASID community, and have made a notable impact on the design industry at large.

Barclay Butera Signs New Jaipur Living License

Design icon Barclay Butera has announced a new partnership with Jaipur Living Rugs. Following the success of the launch of his furniture collections with Lexington Home Brands, Newport, Brentwood and Malibu categories will be featured along with rugs for a fourth furniture collection on the horizon.

Home Décor Expansion on Tap for Las Vegas Market

33 new, expanding and relocating home décor resources are confirmed in permanent showrooms and temporary exhibits for Summer 2019 Las Vegas Market, running July 28 – Aug. 1, 2019. According to Las Vegas Market, these leasing gains will add to the more than 4,300 home furnishings and gift resources available at the Market this summer.

Watermark Living Reduces Custom Order Lead Times for Wholesalers

Watermark Living, designer and manufacturer of quality casual furniture, accessories and rattan products has announced a reduction in the lead time for receipt of custom ordered casual furnishings.

Castelle Says Tarrifs Will Not Affect Customers

Effective Friday, May 10th, a 25% tariff was placed on furniture products imported from China into the United States. The action will result in price increases for the vast majority of the casual furnishings market.  However, retailers of luxury casual furniture resource Castelle, who manufactures entirely in Costa Rica, will see no increase in Castelle product since these goods are not subject to the tariffs. 

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