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  • Alexa Boschini

    Millennial Musings

    Alexa Boschini

    April 26, 2017

    Printing the future, one piece at a time

    If you happened upon 325 W. 38th St. in New York in March, you probably noticed something a bit futuristic inside. Behind an array of ultramodern furniture sat a giant BigRep 3-D printer, from which new home furnishings began to take shape as if by magic. But it isn’t magic, and it isn’t futuristic – it’s technology and it’s here, now. And Neil Patel thinks it’s the next step in design. “The possibilities are just unimaginable,” Patel said. “When you look at traditional materials and time, you’re often limited with design because the more creative ...

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  • Susan Dickenson

    From the Editor

    Susan Dickenson

    April 21, 2017

    A weighty issue

    Welcome to our big, beautiful April issue… all 140 pages of it! The last time we reached this page count was in October, 2007, right before the Great Recession. Our publishing “low point” came a year later, in November, 2008, when we were humbled with a sad little 48-pager printed on tissue-thin paper. Feel how heavy this magazine is. Add to that our ongoing digital coverage, new video projects, social media sharing and three 100-plus page High Point Market daily issues, and you’ll see why the Home Accents Today team, both edit and sales, has been operating at full ...

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  • Thomas Lester

    The Weekly 5

    Thomas Lester

    April 20, 2017

    Retail trends, data usage, HGTV Dream Home, One Kings Lane, High Point Market

    1.) Top trends in retail These trends are measured by John Howard, senior vice president of Applied Predictive Technologies in a report by RetailCustomerExperience.com. One key point that Howard makes is in today's marketplace, experiences are what make the brand. " Experimentation with in-store experiences is key to ensuring new programs don't just drive traffic, but also incremental sales and sustained brand preference," he writes. "While experiential programs can be costly, deploying these initiatives in select locations allows retailers to determine which initiatives work, and which stores in their network will generate the highest return from such investments ...

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