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Trends | In a U.S. State of Mind | October 2013

Phillips Collection

Phrases such as “Don’t mess with Texas” and “New York state of mind,” reflect state pride. Now, consumers can flaunt that pride with home decor, as state-specific products—from furniture to skillets—have made their way to market. And for those consumers who don’t want to choose just one state, the all-inclusive, U.S.-map-based items are sure toMore »

Rugs | New York, New York | Sept 2013

Rizzy Home

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

Trends | Just Chillin’ | August 2013

Product Specialities

Ice is HOT as ice cube trays and accessories have exploded into a plethora of sizes and shapes. These items make summer’s heat and humidity easier to handle.—Andrea Lillo CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE

Rugs | Vibrant in Vegas | August 2013

Safavieh

Summer’s sizzling and so are the introductions in the rug category. Several major designer licensed collections have debuted—including Oriental Weavers’ Pantone line, Safavieh’s Isaac Mizrahi collection and Nourison’s line with Kathy Ireland—bringing even more color and style to the floor. Other launches have been rich in designs and hues as well, and in a numberMore »

Housewares | NY’s Gourmet Goodies | August 2013

Nycruets

Though housewares no longer comes under its own heading at NY Now, its presence at the New York show (formerly called the New York International Gift Fair) is no less diminished. Eco-friendly and sustainable wood and stone products, functional and space-saving tools and gadgets, and plenty of clever and whimsical items are on offer.

Textiles | New at Now | August 2013

Busatti

Along with relaunching itself under a new brand and format, NY Now will play host to a broad selection of product introductions. The new textiles products will represent a broad spectrum of design styles, and bright colors will get strong play at the show.—David Gill