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The Home Depot Appoints Ted Decker as Chair of the Board

Home improvement retailer The Home Depot has announced that its board of directors has elected CEO and President Edward "Ted" Decker as chair of the board, effective Oct. 1, 2022. He will succeed Craig Menear, who will retire as chair effective Sept. 30, 2022.

TrendWatch Unveils Top 3 Trends for October High Point Market

TrendWatch, the International Market Center’s exclusive trend forecast program, will feature three unique themes – Entwine, Midnight and Modernity – for Fall High Point Market.

Arhaus Outfits Montauk’s Surf Lodge

Arhaus (NASDAQ: ARHS), a leader in artisan-crafted and responsibly sourced home furnishings, has announced a collaboration with The Surf Lodge, Montauk's sought-after destination for locals and visitors to outfit the property's Fort Pond beachfront with Arhaus furnishings from the brand's latest Outdoor Collection.  

ICFA Moves Casual Market to AmericasMart in Atlanta

The International Casual Furnishings Association (ICFA) is moving Casual Market to Americasmart next year. The inaugural Casual Market Atlanta will be held July 10-13, 2023, in a dynamic new casual furnishings destination featuring five full floors of permanent showrooms and temporary exhibits.

MillerKnoll Partners with 3D Cloud by Marxent on Product Configuration Solution

3D Cloud by Marxent, a leader in 3D e-commerce for furniture and home improvement, has announced a partnership with MillerKnoll (NASDAQ: MLKN) to launch a new, code-free system for building and maintaining consumer-facing, web-based 3D product configurators for furniture e-commerce.

Real Estate Marketplace Unveils Fall Home Design Trends

Pacaso, a technology-enabled real estate marketplace that helps people buy and co-own a luxury second home, has unveiled forecasted trends to be seen throughout home interiors this fall.

Giorgi Bros. Credits Outward’s Aperture Program for Increased Online Offering

San Francisco-based independent traditional furniture retailer Giorgi Bros. has credited the Aperture Platform by Outward, Inc., an independent Williams-Sonoma, Inc. company and pioneer in visual technology solutions for the home furnishings industry, for improving its ability to sell more products online.

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