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Lighting | Lighting the Way in Dallas | June 2013

From designer Robert Sonneman, the Sky table lamp is minimal and uncluttered in design—and striking. sonnemanawayoflight.com

The lighting industry is headed to Dallas once again for the June edition of the Dallas International Lighting Market. Introductions will include casual looks, as well as contemporary ones, and more crystal. Surface interest also remains important, with attention given to texture—whether on the shade itself or the body of the product or both. InMore »

Last updated: July 30, 2013

Textiles | The Name Is the Game | June 2013

Morocco is part of the company’s debut of its bedding and bath collection with Iman Home. alokind.com

Licenses continue to play a huge role in the current offerings in home textiles, particularly for bed ensembles. Vendors believe that licenses with designers, celebrities or well-known brands in other products carry plenty of weight with consumers. Here is a sampling of some of the new top-of-the-bed looks from some of today’s hottest licenses.—David Gill

Last updated: July 30, 2013

Tabletop | Mining for Opportunities | May 2013

Nikko Fortune

Tabletop manufacturers at last month’s New York Tabletop Show focused on what they see as profitable niches in the market, such as small giftables, executive desk items for men, and introductions from partnerships with party planners and set designers.—Allison Zisko

Last updated: July 30, 2013

Rugs | A Focus on the Floor at ICFF | May 2013

Malene B

Clearly colorful and contemporary, the rug designs debuting at this month’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York easily complement a range of interiors. These handmade collections focus on a plethora of inspirations, from nature to urban, traditional to modern.—Andrea Lillo

Last updated: July 30, 2013

Textiles | In with the New | May 2013

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New product launches in textiles are not confined to the markets or winter and summer trade shows. Vendors are continuously introducing new items in their never-ending quest to keep categories fresh at retail.Traditional florals, animal prints, patriotic themes, geometrics and even a design deriving from skeletons are among the motifs represented in this group ofMore »

Last updated: July 30, 2013