Demdaco is supporting the charity Children’s Mercy Kansas City. Starting this month, the giftware manufacturer will donate a portion of proceeds from the sales of its signature Giving Bear to the local charity, which supports the health and well being of vulnerable children.
West Elm has partnered with apparel brand Eileen Fisher to introduce a sustainably made collection of home décor and furniture designed with upcycled materials, giving garments a second life beyond the closet.
At the Fall High Point Market, scheduled for October 13 to 21, InterHall will host 10 new design-driven and lifestyle-focused home furnishings exhibitors, a group that will join more than 70 manufacturers, suppliers and designers in one of the show’s signature destinations.
Wayfair has named the winners of the fifth annual Wayfair Professional Tastemaker Awards, which recognizes excellence and innovation in design.
“College from Home” is a new Bed Bath & Beyond take on its back to school/college campaign. The retailer is launching the initiative in cooperation with online interior design brand Decorist as a dedicated effort to help parents and their children redesign bedrooms as remote learning spaces.
Lamps Plus has completed a partnership with Katie Ruvalcaba of MrsRuvi, a global English-language Top 15 Food & Drink streamer on Amazon’s Twitchglobal, a promotion designed to increase the company’s brand awareness among a new audience and capitalize on live-streaming.
Walmart shoppers are encountering a new fashion-forward furniture collection from Dorel Home, the Dorel Industries home furnishings division, developed in partnership with Scout Productions, the company behind the Queer Eye television series.
Brad Bonham and Matt Davis of Walker Edison are finalists for the Entrepreneur Of The Year 2020 Award in the Utah Region.
The home and small office furniture segment is going through a metamorphosis of sorts, one that has been accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. but that has its roots in consumer lifestyle transitions and professional workstyle transformations that have been progressing for a generation.
The merger of Bestar and Bush Industries occurred in time for the combined enterprise to address a market aligning with its core competencies, including e-commerce and product development, and ready to tap key product categories, including the home office furniture segment, such that the company anticipates adding 30 to 40 employees to its workforce in the coming weeks, said Mark Weppner, svp/marketing, design and engineering for the company.