Affluent consumers eager and willing to surround themselves with top-line home furnishings.
Home Accents Today's editors visited Premarket in High Point on April 26. Here are some product highlights and a glimpse of what buyers and designers can expect when they make their way to the June 5-9 High Point Market.
DALLAS – Luxury lighting, furniture and decorative accessories resource Arteriors is debuting its 2021 Core collection, filled with modern pieces that the company says have been designed to inspire.
Soft goods and bedding supplier TL at Home launched its 2021 collection and catalog this month.
For the first time, High Point's semiannual Premarket event had a heavy representation of home decor resources. Vendors that specialize in area rugs, wall art, decorative accessories, soft goods and more were on hand for the Sept. 14-15 show to get in front of customers and prepare for October's market.
Home furnishings designer Christiane Lemieux today launched her namesake brand, Lemieux et Cie, with long-time retail partner Anthropologie. The brand’s first U.S. collection, Artisanal Modernism, is currently available to purchase at stores and online at Anthropologie.com.
As artwork for the floor, rugs offer a colorful and soft place to land.
Color Marketing Group, a leading international association of color design professionals, introduced the organizations’ forecasted key colors for 2021 and beyond at the its 2019 International Summit in Tucson in the fall.
Home Accents Today hosted a panel of industry thought leaders on May 19 to help identify the product and design trends that will reshape American homes in the wake of the recent pandemic.
More and more, consumers are turning to accent furniture to freshen their living spaces with stylish functionality. Urbanites and suburbanites are using everything from drink tables and bar carts to consoles and room dividers to create impact, elevate their environs, and express their individuality.