As a retailer and a builder it is important to stay on top of the trends. Here are some of the furniture styles, colors, materials, and hardware we see trending for 2023.
The big question our retailers are asking themselves is whether or not wholesale furniture pricing will continue to rise. Here are a few things we are seeing in the industry that could affect the pricing for furniture in the next several months.
You may have heard of the massive storms that blew through Northeast Ohio bringing winds over 100 mph, hail, and possibly tornadoes. The storms have affected some of our builders in Holmes County as well as our local office in Berlin.
How to improve the search engine optimization of your website: keyword planning, creating content, and creating backlinks.
When selling Amish-made furniture you will need to distinguish between the different styles of furniture available and the characteristics unique to each style. There are five main styles of Amish furniture which include traditional, mission, shaker, modern, and rustic.
Here’s why CGI is becoming the new standard for the furniture industry. This new technology makes it easier for furniture manufacturers and retailers to market to their customers.
Furniture styles and trends can shift from one year to the next, which is why it’s important to always stock the pieces that are most likely to sell right now.
These are some things you should know about selling wholesale Amish furniture in your retail store or on your website.
Are you tired of endlessly searching through catalogs to find the right piece of furniture for a customer? Do you lose sales because customers can’t make up their minds about what they want? It was problems like these along with furniture retailers in the Amish furniture industry that helped to create our kiosk system.
It’s no secret that lumber prices have been exponentially high since 2020. As material availability is also in short supply, it has required many businesses to adapt to inflation and demand. You may be wondering, is this going to be a permanent change to the furniture industry? In short, the answer appears to be no.…