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  1. Zuo launches upgraded website featuring real-time inventory status, robust search capabilities, enhanced navigational tools

    Zuo launches upgraded website featuring real-time inventory status, robust search capabilities, enhanced navigational tools

    OAKLAND, Calif. – Zuo Modern, a leading resource for indoor and outdoor furniture for the home and office, has upgraded its website, zuomod.com with the addition of a host of user-friendly features that make it easier for dealers and designers to track orders and search the company’s vast inventory.

    New features include real-time inventory status, which allows users to see which products are in stock, in production or in transit. Plus, the mobile-friendly site has a shopping cart where users can save products for future orders and get quotes for FedEx small parcel shipments for a variety of ground, overnight and two-day delivery options.

    “These new features reinforce our commitment to always put customers first and provide the best service possible,” said Luis Ruesga, CEO. “Our dealers and desig

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  2. Furniture resources turn to Mexico as Asian supply chain woes mount

    Furniture resources turn to Mexico as Asian supply chain woes mount

    Since there seems to be no end in sight for the home furnishings industry’s supply chain woes – especially for those who rely on Asian factories – many U.S.-based furniture resources are looking to Mexico to help relieve the bottleneck.The big advantage, of course, is that goods from Mexican furniture factories don’t have to be shipped in obscenely expensive and hard-to-find ocean freight containe...
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  3. Travel rebound is fantastic news for ailing hospitality business

    Travel rebound is fantastic news for ailing hospitality business

    On July 1, a news item that may not have appeared on your radar screen (or shown up in your Google news feed) was the most positive sign for the hospitality business we’ve seen in many months.On that day, the Transportation Security Administration screened 2,147,090 passengers at U.S. airports. That’s a significant number because, for the first time, it exceeded the number of passengers screened o...
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  4. Gaming chairs are not just for Xbox and PlayStation fanatics

    Gaming chairs are not just for Xbox and PlayStation fanatics

    The pandemic-induced home office boom continues to drive sales of desks, chairs, lamps, filing cabinets, and just about anything else needed to outfit the workspace, and as companies large and small re-think the wisdom of requiring employees work in corporate offices, demand for home office furniture probably won’t return to pre-pandemic levels anytime soon.One unlikely beneficiary of this s...
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  5. Why are details important in interior design?

    Why are details important in interior design?

    Every single piece of accessory matters when you are decorating your home. We bring you some findings on why details are important in interior design.If you think that nobody will notice the amount of energy you invested in decorating your home, you are wrong. Most of the time, the tiniest details are the ones that get spotted first. After that, decorative accessories of sorts are the ones th...
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  6. Designers take note: Survey says room packages still a winner with consumers

    Designers take note: Survey says room packages still a winner with consumers

    We were intrigued by a recent survey conducted by Furniture Today that showed a sizeable number of consumers – especially Millennials -- prefer to buy home furnishings in room packages. Given the consumer’s well-known preference for eclectic pieces instead of suites and seating groups in recent years, this finding might seem surprising. But this item-by-item approach can work just as wel
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  7. ZUO announces BOLD Happy Hour Event June 05, at HP Market!

    ZUO announces BOLD Happy Hour Event June 05, at HP Market!

    ZUO announces brand collaboration with BOLD by Design Magazine for their Summer Launch Series at the upcoming High Point Market, June 05, 2021 from 3-5pm.


    The event will be held at ZUO’s flagship 26,000 sf showroom in IHFC’s Design Wing, Space D502 with a “BOLD Happy Hour” themed event - featuring ZUO’s famous frozen margaritas, specialty BOLD Cocktails, lite bites, and drawings for ZUO product giveaways paired with exclusive BOLD swag. Added engagement to include book signing with a special meet and greet featuring famed Interior Designer and HGTV Star Donna Moss, as she offers signed copies of her new book Best of Show!


    BOLD by Design Magazine's Empress-in-Chief, Julia Molloy shared; “As long as BOLD has been coming to High Point

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  8. ZUO gets recognition from the Americas Mart Atlanta as winner on the Snapchat Program

    ZUO gets recognition from the Americas Mart Atlanta as winner on the Snapchat Program

    This program, introduced in January 2020 by the Americas Mart Atlanta, aims to highlight new and noteworthy product that will be introduced and featured at the upcoming Atlanta Market. Over the eight weeks leading up to Market, Americas Mart will showcase products on their website, buyer emails, and social media channels. Then, the week before Market, buyers are asked to vote for their favorite Market Snapshot selection to determine our People’s Choice winners, which are announced the first day of Market.

    “We are honored to be one of the luckiest companies nominated for the Best Snapshot from the Americas Mart and IMC. Our Digital Creative team works really hard creating assets 24/7 and create the most beautiful room settings for your enjoyment, keeping them always realistic and on trend. This helps our customer and the end consumer to get inspired. Digital assets are one of the most important too

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  9. Great design on a budget

    Great design on a budget

    "While we were designing the Ramo d’ Olivo Wine bar we wanted the space to have cool, texture be fun and accentuate the vibe of the place… And Zuo definitely helped us to get the message targeted.

    The picklock chair fabric is the center of the attention and the resin and bone colors are just fun"


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  10. Today’s dining room is more than a place to eat a sandwich

    Today’s dining room is more than a place to eat a sandwich

    In December 2019 – roughly three months before the pandemic redefined nearly everything that was considered normal – New York interior designer Christine Gachot had this to say about the dining room.

    “Rather than creating showpiece formal dining rooms, the dining room of the next decade will be a hub of energy for the home: work station, buffet, homework table, bar, and beyond,” she told MyDomaine, a website that follows lifestyle developments and design trends. “Space is valuable, and it should work for the life you actually live!"

    Little did she realize just how spot-on her prediction would be.

    The pandemic, as we know all too well, has forced many adults to work from home and turned millions of homes into remote classrooms. And much of this new activity takes place – you guessed it – in the dining room.

    We can’t help but wonder how many families actually eat a

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