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Home Decor

Tracking the trends in home decor, from wall art to poufs to accessories, from companies like Uttermost, The Phillips Collection and ELK Group.
  • High Point Highlights

    ColorfieldsToday is the midpoint of High Point Market, which started Saturday and runs through Thursday. This season’s edition is continuing the market’s long-time tradition for trendsetting. The outdoor living category grew for many manufacturers. Momeni added the Veranda line of indoor/outdoor Bohemian-themed rugs with designs inspired by henna tattoos, African motifs and other elements. More

  • Progressive Market Research to Offer Confidential, Proprietary Facts and Figures

    ProgressiveMarketResearchlogoProgressive Business Media, parent company of HFN, Furniture/Today, Home Accents Today, Gifts & Decorative Accessories, Home & Textiles Today, Casual Living and Kids Today, has launched a new division to offer the home furnishings industry customized, proprietary and confidential research aimed at facilitating data-driven decision making. The new division, called Progressive Market Research, is being formally unveiled at the High Point Market, April 18-23. More

  • NY Now, Progressive Business Media to Display Key Home Trends

    NYNowlogoKey trends in home and lifestyle design and color will be showcased in an exclusive Open House display during NY Now in August. The colors and concepts, as forecasted by the Pantone Color Institute, will be brought to life in a product display curated by Progressive Business Media editors and explored in more detail in a special on-site seminar. More

  • High Point Market Opens

    High Point MarketHigh Point Market opens today with thousands of products to be unveiled, along with a slew of  information-gathering activities and networking opportunities. The event runs through April 23. Metal designer Michael Aram is returning to High Point Market for the first time in 10 years, showing in IHFC, in space IH102. Home accessories company Harp & Finial, which debuted in January, will be at market for the first time, More

  • North Carolina Governor McCrory to Visit High Point Market

    High Point MarketNorth Carolina Governor Patrick McCrory will tour The MT Company’s showroom at High Point Market on Monday, April 20, at 2 p.m. The Governor’s visit will celebrate the collaboration between The MT Company and Guilford Technical Community College for a customized industry training project with the objective of creating 25 new jobs at their manufacturing facility in High Point. More

  • Las Vegas Market Reports Surge in C5 Showroom Leasing

    Las Vegas MarketLAS VEGAS-Las Vegas Market announced that another wave of home decor suppliers are opening and expanding showrooms on C5, the market’s newest resource for high-end home decor, home textiles and accessories at the Summer 2015 Las Vegas Market, running Aug. 2-6.   Several new companies– including industry manufacturer Bobo Intriguing Objects– will debut on C5 this summer, More

  • April Trends: A Call for Copper

    WildwoodMove over, silver and gold. Consumers have taken a shine to copper, strengthening the metallic mania in home furnishings. Copper’s warmer hues add sophistication to furnishings, whether alone or paired with another material. More

  • IMC Promotes Jackson and Price

           International Market Centers announced that Rhonda Jackson has been promoted to director of furniture leasing—High Point, and Laura Price has been promoted to leasing manager of Salon.  Both will report to Julie Messner, senior vice president for furniture leasing with IMC. As director of furniture leasing-High Point, Jackson will be responsible for overseeing and managing More

  • New Exhibitors Join IHFC’s Pavilions for High Point Market

    High Point MarketTwenty-two new companies are set to exhibit at the Pavilions on Main 3 for the April High Point Market. The new resources will include traditional and casual furniture, accessories, wall art, rugs and more. Encompassing the entire third floor, Pavilions on Main 3 features more than 40 companies showcasing a unique and eclectic mix of products across various categories. More

  • Surtex to Emphasize Global Reach at May Show

    SurtexlogoThis May’s Surtex will host about 300 exhibitors from around the world, coming from North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, according to a statement from Emerald Expositions, owner and manager of the show. Included among the exhibitors will be more than 50 newcomers, representing a mix of studios, agents and U.S. and international vendors. More

  • Blair Named to Leasing Post in Dallas

    DallasMarketCenterlogoDallas Market Center has tabbed industry veteran Babs Blair as director of leasing, responsible for overseeing the Dallas Temp Show categories of furniture, home and luxury home. She reports to Debbie Francis, vice president, leasing. Blair has nearly 30 years of experience in business development, prospecting, sales and business promotion, according to Dallas Market Center. She represented a furniture company prior to joining Dallas Market Center. More

  • ART Vendors to Offer Exclusive Deals in High Point

    ARTlogoART, the creative home furnishings network, continues its ART Card program during the upcoming High Point Market, which gives ART retailers exclusive deals and services. This market, eight new vendors will be participating in the ART Card program: American Lighting Brands (which includes the divisions Arroyo Craftsman, Framburg, House of Troy, Scatchart Stoneware and More