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LED Toe Kicks in Top Kitchen Design Trends at Norcraft Cabinetry

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 08/30/2014 10:36AM

Norcraft Cabinetry sees LED lighting on toe kicks, darker colors and gray washes among the top design trends. At a seminar by DirectBuy in Indianapolis, attendees also received design tips on drawer organization trends.


KI Sits in on CBS This Morning Show

Posted By Elizabeth Fuhrman | Posted: 08/29/2014 2:12PM

KI’s Grazie and Strive seating were featured on the set of CBS This Morning.


Seating Now in 60 Percent of Master Bedrooms, says Houzz

By Elizabeth Fuhrman Posted: 08/29/2014 1:59PM

Houzz research found that decorating is an ongoing project for homeowners, according to the Houzz Decorating Trends Survey.


Furniture Sales Increase 5% in June, Industry Report Finds

By Alex Keown Posted: 08/29/2014 11:18AM

U.S. furniture manufacturers and distributors saw a 5 percent increase in new orders during the month of June.




EPA Raises Concern Over Chemicals in Paint Thinners

By Alex Keown Posted: 08/29/2014 10:18AM

Two chemicals commonly used in the manufacturing of paint strippers can have hazardous effects on workers and consumers, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced.


Panel Warp Solutions Was Most Viewed Wood Industry Report

By Bill Esler Posted: 08/28/2014 1:45PM

Panel warp remedies by Kyle Newman outpulled all other stories the last two weeks, including early news on International Woodworking Fair reports on technology, and crowds.


Ashley Furniture Donates $6 Million Tax Credit to City of Arcadia

By Alex Keown Posted: 08/28/2014 9:16AM

Ashley Furniture will donate a $6 million tax credit from Wisconsin's Economic Development Corporation to the city of Arcadia to help reroute a creek that has been the source of flooding issues in the community.


WholeTrees Turns Unmillable Trees Into Building Components

By Bill Esler Posted: 08/28/2014 6:19AM

WholeTrees Architecture & Structures uses proprietary technology to convert fallen trees too small to be milled into a highly valued trusses, beams and construction material. The USDA


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