From chic, pricy fine china and crystal created by European heritage brands to cheeky decorative themes on melamine by upstart American brands, the fall 2016 tabletop market offers something for almost all tastes and budgets. Many fall introductions can be seen at the New York Tabletop Show at 41 Madison, where more than 95 showrooms and brands...
    Although financial pressures, including high housing prices and student debt, have delayed household formation for those between 18 and 34 years old, a new report shows that Millennials are beginning to enter the market, and their share of spending on furniture and bedding more than doubled from 2012 to 2014. Going forward, Millennials forming...
    Wonder what the best-dressed beds will be wearing this fall? Design themes run the gamut, from Indian and Moroccan prints to classic menswear and antique European lace-and-jacquard reproductions. Here’s our roundup of new and important collections: First up, department store and Millennial favorite Kate Spade New York adds three new comforter sets...

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