Furniture

U.S. Division of Kartell Announces Executive Changes

U.S. Division of Kartell Announces Executive Changes

NEW YORK–Italian company Kartell has announced executive changes for its U.S. division. Emanuele Corvo, managing director of Kartell’s U.S. subsidiary, has resigned and will be leaving the company this week to pursue other interests, Kartell said in a statement. In addition, John Jenkin will join the company April 1 in the new position of executiveMore »

ARTS Awards Call for Nominations

ARTS Awards Call for Nominations

DALLAS–The call for nominations for the 22nd annual ARTS awards has begun, announced the Dallas Market Center and the Accessories Resource Team. Presented every January during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, the ARTS awards recognize top manufacturers, retailers, product designers and sales representatives in the home furnishings and decorative accessories industries. The awardsMore »

McKay Leaves World Market Center

McKay Leaves World Market Center

LAS VEGAS–Philip McKay, who joined World Market Center Las Vegas in late 2008 as senior vice president, has left the company after completing his contract, World Market Center said in a statement, and planned to return to the East Coast where his family lives. “World Market Center Las Vegas thanks Phil for his leadership andMore »

JLA Expands Natori License Into New Categories

JLA Expands Natori License Into New Categories

NEW YORK–JLA Home has signed an agreement with Natori Co. to extend its license into accent and occasional furniture, room accessories, table and floor lighting, and area rugs. According to Scott Howard, JLA’s vice president of sales, the new products will complement JLA’s current offerings in the Natori line of decorative bedding and bath products.More »

Macy’s Adds Outdoor Furniture Collections

Macy’s Adds Outdoor Furniture Collections

NEW YORK-Macy’s has introduced Macy’s Outdoor Furniture, designed with both  urban-dwellers and suburbanites in mind. The new line will be available in 20 Macy’s department stores and Macy’s furniture  galleries in New  York,  New  Jersey,  Connecticut, Massachusetts, Delaware and Virginia this spring. Designed  to  evoke  old-world appeal, using aluminum or resinweave wicker, Macy’s  Outdoor  Furniture More »

Company C Expands Into Furniture

Company C Expands Into Furniture

CONCORD, N.H.-Rug manufacturer Company C will expand into furniture at next month’s High Point Market, scheduled for April 17 to 22. The initial release will include sofas, chairs, chaises and ottomans in three collections, which will all be made in the U.S. “The idea was to allow consumers to create colorful living for the wholeMore »

Fortunoff Back in its Own Backyard

Fortunoff Back in its Own Backyard

By Warren Shoulberg If there was any irony in the fact that the grand reopening for the Fortunoff Backyard Store had to be postponed for a day because of a blizzard that hit the New York area, it certainly didn’t seem to bother any of the people on hand for that opening. Fortunoff was back.More »