Office furniture giant Haworth - number 7 on the FDMC 300 - reported sales of $1.81 billion in 2020, a nearly 20 percent decline from 2019.
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A new research paper from wood product firm Stora Enso dives into the science behind the health and wellbeing benefits to building with wood. "Considering in the developed world, around 90 percent of our time is spent inside – something that’s been exacerbated in recent times by the COVID-19 pandemic – it is more important than ever to assess wellbeing whilst indoors, and the whitepaper demystifies the role building materials play in this," says the firm.
A Massachusetts furniture store is being slammed with calls from customers who think they're calling one of Wayfair's Chinese suppliers.
Washington D.C.'s first commercial office building made of mass timber will be leased to the nation's largest trucking association.
A shortage of foam has forced production and hour cutbacks for several furniture manufacturers.
President Biden appointee Katherine Tai has been unanimously confirmed by the Senate in a 98-0 vote as the new U.S. Trade Representative.
Ryan Haasen's custom board room table is a sight to behold.
Classic Home, an India-based residential furniture maker, has acquired Braxton Culler, a high-end residential furniture maker based near High Point, North Carolina.
The line, created by Argentinian designer Andrés Reisinger, does not feature any actual furniture - at least yet.