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Crestview Collection's David Lee discusses the company's growth with Home Accents Today's Susan Dickenson
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Safavieh announces major Savannah expansion
Safavieh announced it will build a 1.1-million-sq.-ft. distribution facility in Savannah.
Mud Pie makes Inc. 5000 list
Mud Pie was named to the Inc. 5000 list for a second time this year.
High Point Market announces keynote speakers
The keynote speakers for the fall High Point Market’s Keynote Series include the president of SCAD, the famed Scott Brothers and the Hicks siblings.
Hall of Fame adds four board members
Lorri Kelley, Bob Sherman, David Swers and Kim Yost are the newest members of the American Home Furnishings Hall of Fame board.
Product of the Day: Kikkerland
Kikkerland's asymmetrical coasters enliven the table and form a heart when pieced together.
NY NOW announces green, new product exhibitors
NY NOW announced the names of participants in two curated product displays, exhibiting at the 2017 summer show.
Surya named to Inc. 5000 list for seventh straight year
Surya made the Inc. 5000 list for the seventh year in a row.
Bovi, Graccioza debut in shared NY Now space
Bovi and Graccioza will show at NY Now for the first time next week in a shared showroom.
- NY Now
August 19, 2017 - August 23, 2017
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
New York, New York, US
- Maison & Objet
September 8, 2017 - September 16, 2017
Paris Nord Villepinte
- New York Home Fashions Market
September 11, 2017 - September 14, 2017
New York, New York, US
- 2018 Color Forecast now available
- Kate Spade New York Unveils Wall Décor with Wendover Art Group
- Abbyson hosting ‘Fashion Forward Interiors’ lunch and learn at market
- Product of the Day: Phillips Collection
- Product of the Day: Barbara Cosgrove
- Product of the Day: Art Classics Ltd.
- Safavieh announces major Savannah expansion
- Hall of Fame adds four board members
- Game of Thrones, Pantone & Prince, Amazon instant pickup, Target & TJX, Home Depot
Crestview Collection's David Lee, Director of Business Development, talks with Home Accents Today Editor in Chief Susan Dickenson about Crestview's growth, industry trends, Millennial consumers, and the company's expanded showrooms in Las Vegas, Atlanta and High Point. (Video coverage sponsored by PROFITsystems.)
The Weekly 5
August 17, 20171.) Is there shopping at The Wall? It's a hard life in Game of Thrones' Castle Black. It's desolate and cold and there are constant attacks from its north while its denizens protect The Wall - which protects the realms of Westeros from White Walkers and other threats. But as it turns out, those who take the black get shag rugs from Ikea, but they're not using them to decorate their spartan quarters. In this story from Esquire (thanks for former HAT colleague Alexa Boschini for bringing it to our attention), we find out the fur cloaks worn ...
From the Editor
July 27, 2017Home Accents Today's editors are excited to announce we're debuting DIGITAL DAILIES at the Las Vegas Market, beginning with the Monday, July 31st edition! Think about it: If you forget to pick up a paper edition from the World Market Center bins on Monday or Tuesday, you can go online and read the digital version. And now, while you’re sitting on the shuttle bus, enjoying a cup of coffee, relaxing in your hotel room, taking a break between showroom appointments or waiting for your flight home, you can pull up the market dailies - or this month’s ...
PBM Strategic Insights
July 18, 2017When companies crowdsource, they use an external group of people (a crowd) to obtain a needed service or idea. Different than outsourcing, crowdsourced work comes from an undefined public rather than a specific group. While first officially coined in a 2006 article by Wired magazine, the earliest example can be argued back to the mid-1800s with the collection of words for the Oxford English Dictionary when a group known as the Philological Society contracted more than 800 volunteer readers to collect words from all available books and document their usages. Click here to get complete details.