The luxury furniture market is projected to experience a compound annual growth rate of 4.1 percent for the next five years, reaching $27.01 billion by 2020, according to a new report by Allied Market Research.
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The top 50 luxury brands are only selling online to 45 percent of the leading markets, missing out on both key established and emerging areas, according to a new report from Trustev.
German appliance maker Miele is raising awareness for the design appeal of its ranges with advertising efforts across a number of shelter publications.
Precision-cut crystal maker Swarovski is auctioning off a selection of art objects designed by the nominees for the Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent from the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
While technological breakthroughs in the last 10 years have had a significant impact on the world of interior design, future innovations are poised to permanently change the relationship between consumers and designers.
British crystal maker Waterford is looking to help fans of “Mad Men” commemorate the television show’s end by promoting its drink ware collection inspired by the drama.
Italian linens brand Frette is furthering its digital strategy with the relaunch of its Web site that is designed to bring the in-store shopping experience to an online environment.
Cartier, Rolex & Harry Winston were among the brands to showcase their “inspiring style” from around the world in the May issue of Architectural Digest.
Days after the highly anticipated birth of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, luxury brands are taking the opportunity to congratulate the royal family on social media and present a number of bespoke gifts to the new princess.
Waterford Wedgwood Royal Doulton and Jaguar Land Rover are among the brands being transparent about their corporate responsibility through participation in Business in the Community’s 2015 CR Index.