Consumers may not be baking as much sourdough bread these days, but baking remains a popular pastime throughout the year and especially during the winter holidays.
All of a sudden, social media was blowing up with images of creative and colorful butter boards complete with herbs, spices and flavored infusions.
Inflation and early season promotions have had many wondering what shape this holiday shopping season will take. But there’s ample time for savvy home and housewares sellers to capitalize on holiday spending.
International Housewares Association Welcomes Travel Goods Association to The Inspired Home Show 2023
The International Housewares Association (IHA) and the Travel Goods Association (TGA) today announced a collaboration that will bring TGA’s 2023 live event to The Inspired Home Show 2023, March 4-7 in Chicago.
It’s no secret: It hasn’t been an easy few years. That’s why many consumers are looking to lean into the magic and joy of Hanukkah, Christmas and New Year’s in 2022. What does this mean for holiday décor trends? The sky’s the limit, especially when creativity, comfort and culture are the themes.
At-home entertaining is staging a major comeback overall. As COVID-19 fears subside in many parts of the world, people are looking to reconnect with family and friends in person. In addition, inflation is driving more consumers to entertain at home, where many are eager to use cooking skills they learned during the pandemic.