9 JulEvery 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...Read more »
3 JunWe 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 welRead more »
"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"
Bill Gates raised a lot of eyebrows a few weeks ago when he predicted that 50 percent of business travel will disappear permanently after the pandemic ends.
The significant improvements to video conferencing software have made corporate executives realize that business travel isn’t always an absolute necessity, the Microsoft co-founder said during a conference (virtually, of course) sponsored by the New York Times. He noted that working from home is also easier that it was even a couple of years ago, which also reduces the need for in-person meetings.
While some thought Gates’ prediction was a bit alarmist, we haven’t read of any key business leader who is predicting business travel will quick
For many furniture designers and product development gurus, the subject of logistics generates about as much excitement as the final two minutes of a 49-0 football game. But as the post-lockdown home furnishings sales boom has scrambled supply chains worldwide, it’s a topic that needs to be top of mind for everyone – even those who can’t distinguish a shipping manifest from a grocery list.
And there’s good reason to start paying attention -- many furniture factories and raw materials suppliers haven’t been able to keep up with surging demand. So even though a retail buyer or designer might spot that perfect sofa in a manufacturer’s showroom or online catalog, it can be anyone’s guess when that piece of furniture will actually be delivered to the customer.
Since late summer, we’ve heard multiple stories of manufacturers quoting delivery dates 20 to 25 weeks or more into the future. Large retail chains are a little better prepared to deal with that, but
Since furniture factories and retail stores began re-opening in April and May, sales in product categories such as home office and bedding have soared, which is not surprising since most of us are spending a lot more time at home these days.
But sales are also booming in one often overlooked furniture category: outdoor.
And that shouldn’t be surprising, either, since those of us who are spending a lot more time at home need to get some fresh air once in a while. So why not relax on comfortable outdoor furniture?
Outdoor furniture insiders tell us seating products are leading the charge, followed closely by dining tables and shade products.
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"It’s amazing how the little details in your backyard make a huge difference on the dynamics of a family.
Recently I had the opportunity to bring this amazing Zuo piece to my home for them to enjoy during the summer and let me tell you…I wish I did it earlier.
This amazing Albany daybed is not only used by my kids to play, also is used by my wife to sit, relax, read her favorite books, and for me to keep working safely from home on my laptop why taking care of my businessinmod.com
The fresh open weave makes the big structure non-invasive to
"For this Zuo furniture arrangement, Jana Ward Interiors drew inspiration from the themes pretty in pink and delectable velvets.
By pairing the various shades of pink velvet with emerald velvet, the colors transform the room into an array of vibrant colors.
Zuo’s furniture and accessory selections accompanied with their positive customer service make it easy for interior design firms like Jana Ward Interiors to create beautiful furniture groupings."Jana Ward Interiors
7 MayMy Job as an interior designer is to make the house a sanctuary for every customer, specially in these times were being comfortable and save money has become crucial, that is why our Firm at Sally Schultz Designs we decided to partner with ZUO.We can always find the latest trends, in fashion color and textures and stock available ready to ship. On this design collaboration you can see the update we have done with just a simple touch of modern bar stools, doesn’t matter if you use them for work, lunch or projects, we were able to get together a new look, for not much money.
"When I look at a new project, I don’t only look at the space, budget and Business segment. You have to understand your customer, their behavior and preferences as much as their age group and needs.On this project at the Georgia gardens in Florida we wanted something fun, refreshing without breaking the budget and ZUO was there to help me, bringing an armory between color and texture, curating the styles to have a great synergy.The One stop shop, where I can buy from accessories, tables and seating made my job easy and with the Drop Ship service directly to onsite was even better.