In the wake of visiting this month’s home furnishings markets in Dallas and Atlanta, Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg reports on what he’s seen—and what he expects from upcoming industry events.
Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg reports from the ground on last week’s Dallas Total Home & Gift Market—and if this show is any indication, 2021 could be a surprisingly good year for the industry.
With recent rescheduling announcements for major first-quarter trade shows, 2021 is full of uncertainty for the home furnishings industry. Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg takes stock of what we know (and what we don’t).
With 2021 trade shows on hold, Kohler is testing the waters of virtual programming, hosting a February summit called Kohler@Home. Can a digital version of the brand’s tactile product make the same splash?
As 2020 wraps up, international trade show planners are seeking solutions for 2021’s events. Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg reports on the new formats various shows are adopting for a hopeful but uncertain future.
Virtual events, fewer (but more serious) shoppers, and nary an hors d’oeuvre in sight. After an unconventional High Point Market, we checked in with designers and brands to find out how it all went down.
As the Kips Bay Decorator Show House opens its doors in Dallas, Business of Home takes a peek at its dazzling interiors—and taps its 27 designers for tips on how to navigate the showhouse process, even in a pandemic.
In light of the innumerable headlines, social media posts and office chatter surrounding the spread of the coronavirus, read on for BOH’s comprehensive—and ongoing—list of all of the industry’s postponements and cancellations.
After more than four decades as the preeminent showhouse in New York, the Kips Bay Decorator Show House launched in Palm Beach in 2018. This fall, it will debut in Texas, to coincide with Dallas Design Week.