It’s an Editor’s Life
With January markets remaining in-person this year, the Furniture, Lighting & Decor team recently returned from their final stop in Las Vegas.
The home design community can work together so everyone can thrive.
In her July editorial letter, Editor-in-Chief Diane Falvey discusses June markets and the issues currently impacting the industry.
If this past year has taught us anything, it’s that we have to be ready for any challenge.
From supply chain issues to staffing shortages, retailers have recovered quickly from difficulties this past year.
For home furnishings industry professionals, the end of the pandemic may mean another revamp of your business.
Customers and clients are reasonable as long as they are kept in the loop and know what to expect.
While 2021 shows promise of a return to something resembling normal, much of what consumers have had to embrace through the last year is likely here to stay.
In this uncertain time, it's best to have a backup plan.
If there’s a silver lining at all in this strange and challenging time, it might just be that we’ve had the time we need to revisit our brands.
Showing thoughtful appreciation through extra efforts can make your business memorable.
Furniture, Lighting & Decor editors traveled the country to see the latest the home furnishings had on offer in January in Dallas, Atlanta and Las Vegas.
What do books have to do with it? Like the book industry, technological advances are changing the way consumers research and purchase home furnishings, and we need to keep up.