Rug companies reflect on the year’s highlights By Andrea Lillo As 2013 comes to a close, it’s natural to reflect on what went well for the year—and what was a teachable moment. For the rug industry, companies felt more comfortable trying new things this year than they have in the past, as the economy slowly … More »
It’s time to celebrate the holidays, and what better way to do so than with home decor made in the U.S.? Consumers prefer to buy American-made products if possible, research has shown, so the momentum for this category continues to grow. Here are a few items that will help make merry this season.—by Andrea Lillo … More »
Ed Koch, the former three-term New York City mayor who died earlier this year, was known for many things, but perhaps not so much his furnishings. However, the chance to own something from his home will be up for sale next week, as Doyle New York will hold an auction that includes 46 lots from … More »
It’s all things High Point this month for the rug indus-try, which descends on North Carolina to view the newest looks during the last trade show of the year. Whether designs are sophisticated with a hint of shine, of bold, saturated hues with striking patterns or something in between, it’s all available at High Point … More »
TLC’s Randy Fenoli, star of “Say Yes to the Dress” and author of “It’s All About the Dress,” introduced Tervis’ new bridal collection during the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market.
Fall is here and so is the second New York Home Fashions Market of 2013. With the change of seasons comes the change of product, with new area, accent and bath rug designs debuting this month; here is only a snippet of what buyers will see there.—Andrea Lillo CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE
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NY Now, the reformatted New York International Gift Fair, debuted last month.