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The Aurora Collection from Country View Woodworking is one of several additions to the popular “Elite Dining Series.” This set features a new metal pedestal available in Brown Maple (as shown), Red Oak, Wormy Maple, Sap Cherry and Premium Cherry. Choose among multiple finishes and fabric selections. CLICK HERE to view the flip page digital edition of Furniture World. For more information see page 29 in this issue or visit www.cvwltd.com.

This Month's Issue

Editor's Corner: The Thing About Next Big Things

What do motorized furniture delivery trucks, furniture brand holding companies, warehouse furniture showrooms and furniture e-commerce have in common?

Retail Automation - Part 2

Whatever your business model, automation is needed to accomplish more with less time and allow your precious human talent to focus on what they do best.

Advertising Balance

Research shows that more diversification in media buys can be beneficial for many furniture retailers.

The Honey Don’t List

There are many habits on and off the sales floor that can kill sales and reduce customer satisfaction.

Next Level Training: Heart of the Sale

Making an engaging product demonstration that builds value, enlightens customers, and convinces them through comparison, helps get the job done.

HFA Reports: CITY Furniture

How to build a retail culture of accountability and performance.

HFA Reports: Perspectives at HFA

Building a retail culture of accountability and performance

The Impact of Emotional Branding

The most powerful way for any home furnishings company to define an experience, says David Blair, is in emotional terms.

Re-Recruiting Works

Consider the benefits of scheduling bite-sized meetings with employees. The value of these ‘stay’ or re-recruiting talks can be huge.

Why Furniture Recommerce?

Furniture recommerce may be the next big thing for furniture retailers who want to tell sustainable stories, acquire new customers and add income from returned items.

Editor's Corner: Not Everyone Loves Cookies

No, not that kind of cookie.

Furniture Industry News

Corsicana to Close Richmond Plant

As part of its strategy of re-examining the effectiveness and efficiency of its national manufacturing and distribution footprint, Corsicana will close its Symbol mattress production plant at 2001 Bellwood Road in August.

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