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Capel to Unveil Machine-Made Lineup, Expand Hand-Tufted Rugs at Vegas Market

Capel Rugs is showcasing an assortment of new promotionally-priced, machine-made rugs as well as more upscale, hand-tufted models at upcoming Las Vegas Market., which takes place Jan. 29-Feb. 2.

Dallas Total Home & Gift Market Kicks Off Through January 10

The Dallas Total Home & Gift Market is the premier destination for connecting retailers and manufacturers in home décor, gifts, gourmet, housewares, accessories and lighting. Dallas not only delivers more, but more of what matters. In addition to permanent showrooms, The Temps provide hundreds of unique resources across all product categories.

American Society of Interior Designers NY Metro Announces Board for ’23

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) New York Metro Chapter has announced its board of directors for 2023. Six new members have joined the ranks of the board alongside three members who are returning to fulfill the balance of their two-year term.

Stickley Launches Limited Edition Collector Edition Craftsman Console for 2023

L. & J.G. Stickley is launching its annual Collector Edition for 2023, the Craftsman Console. This limited-edition piece honors a fundamental Arts and Crafts idea: that true beauty is found in simple, useful objects, impeccably crafted.

PureAlchemy Design Recognized by American Society of Interior Designers

Stephany Eaton, founder of PureAlchemy Design, was awarded first and second place awards by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Minnesota chapter.

Inaugural Vacation Rental Design Summit Registration Is Now Open

Registration is now open for the inaugural Vacation Rental Design (VRD) Summit. Presented by High Point x Design (HPxD) and High Point Market Authority (HPMA), the Summit will bring together an emerging community of professionals passionate about the short-term rental industry and highlight opportunities for interior designers in that market.

Creative, Luxurious Design for the Disabled Shouldn’t Stop at the Front Door

Creative design for the disabled community shouldn’t just stop at the entry point access. According to the recent article in House Beautiful, it can seep into every aspect of a home. From open floor concepts to roll-in showers, luxury home design can be inclusive with just a bit of forethought, say designers Alexa Vaughn, deaf landscape designer and accessibility specialist at the Los Angeles-based MIG, and Dala Al-Fuwaires, principal designer at House of Form in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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