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The images below spotlight current trends in home furnishings introduced at the October 2020 High Point Market. AHFA staff attend every market in High Point and Las Vegas and are available to discuss the latest in style, color and product trends for the home. If you need product photography to support your feature content, or if you would like to discuss feature story ideas related to the home or home furnishings, please contact Patricia Bowling, Vice President of Communications, or Jackie Hirschhaut, AHFA Vice President of Public Relations .
March 20, 2020
Spring is coming, bringing with it good weather and good times out on the patio. A majority of Americans (56%) will be making the most of springtime by buying at least one new piece of outdoor furniture, according to a recent survey of 1,000 U.S. adults ages 18+ by Wakefield Research for the International Casual Furnishings Association.
Looking forward to family meals, holiday parties and out-of-town guests this holiday season? As you prepare your home for festivities, take these five important steps recommended by the American Home Furnishings Alliance to minimize the risk of seasonal dangers like fires and accidents, especially in homes with small children.
Americans across the country are preparing to celebrate summer’s biggest holiday on the Fourth of July, and fire pits are proving to be one of the most popular ways to gather family and friends at home for the occasion.
According to new research, 47% of Americans plan to purchase at least one piece of new outdoor furniture or accessories for their homes in 2019, with nearly one-third expecting to add multiple pieces of furniture to their porches, decks and patios this year.
For about 4 million Americans, at least half of their work week is spent working from home, and that number is rising every year.