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A Second Culinary Spot at ABC

The trio of renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, restaurateur Phil Suarez and Paulette Cole of ABC Carpet & Home, have partnered again to debut their second culinary spot at ABC. Called ABC Cocina, it features locally sourced foods for its Spanish- and Latin-inspired small-plate fare.

Happy Birthday Plate

French artist Marlene Mocquet transposed the Surrealist universes depicted on her canvases to Bernardaud plates in celebration of the French porcelain maker's 150th anniversary this year. bernardaud.fr

Popular Pop Artist Goes Home

The playful pop art of Roy Lichtenstein stars in a limited edition collection at Barneys New York. Items include a large decorative pillow, shown, based on Lichtenstein's Arrrrrff! drawing from 1962. barneys.com

 

Pop-Up Shop Brings HGTV Home

Atlanta was the first stop in this year's HGTV Home pop-up tour, where in 3,000 square feet of space consumers can peruse the HGTV Home line, from lighting to furniture to rugs, and become inspired by trend areas, such as Flower Power seen here. Consumers can also talk with designers, meet HGTV personalities and, of course, watch HGTV itself. Its next pop-up shop, after the Atlanta one closes June 4, will open in Philadelphia July 1.

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    2017 State of the Industry Report
    Cautious Optimism, Mixed Results

    Many expected 2016 would be a banner year, but the political and economic climate softened consumer confidence. It was also a year consumers spent more lavishly on home remodeling rather than decorating.


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