AT HIGH POINT MARKET — During the pandemic shutdown, millions of people transformed a bedroom or corner of the family room into a working home office. Two and a half years later, many employees have adopted a permanent, or perhaps hybrid, work schedule, prompting renewed attention to the home office category and desks that function as needed without overpowering interiors. Magnussen Home Furnishings is one exhibitor at this week's High Point Market showing writing desks in just about every design aesthetic, from modern to traditional to transitional. Lindon, retail $899-$999 Benton, retail $799 Tennyson, retail $799 Delaney, retail $699 Bronwyn, retail $1,199 Newport desk, retail $899 Hadleigh desk, retail $799 I'm Cindy Hodnett, executive editor of brand development for BridgeTower Media's Home Furnishings Division. Most recently, I worked in a marketing content development role, and now I'm putting my editor's hat back on for Furniture Today, Home Accents Today, Gifts & Decorative Accessories, Designers Today, Home Textiles Today and Home Furnishings News. My first introduction to the trade side of home furnishings was as an editor for FT in 2012 and founding editor of Designers Today in 2015, and now I'm once again working alongside some of the industry's most dedicated professionals to keep our readers informed about the events, people, and companies that impact their business.
Click here to view original web page at At High Point Market | Consumer demand fuels the return of the writing desk
© 2022, wcadmin. ©2023. All rights reserved, Writers Critique, LLC Unless otherwise noted, all posts remain copyright of their respective authors.