Home Accents Today
|Format||Print, digital and online trade magazine|
|Owner(s)||Progressive Business Media|
|Headquarters||Greensboro, North Carolina, USA|
|Website||Home Accents Today|
Home Accents Today (ISSN 1093-0337) is a trade publication and web site owned by Progressive Business Media serving the information needs of designers, manufacturers and buyers (retailers, e-tailers and interior designers) of home accents - decorative accessories, accent furniture, wall decor, mirrors, rugs, lamps, lighting, permanent botanicals, soft goods and tabletop.
The editor-in-chief is Susan Dickenson, and the editorial offices are located in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA. Tracy Bulla is the senior style director, Alexa Boschini is managing editor, and Thomas Lester is business editor.
Established in 1986, Home Accents Today national issue publishes monthly in print and digital formats. The magazine also publishes daily issues at the semiannual High Point, Las Vegas and Atlanta home furnishings markets. Regular features focus on new products, style trends, retail and interior design business operations and strategies, trade industry news and category reports.
The magazine also offers Best of Market editions as well as daily coverage updates via its website (homeaccentstoday.com), video content (PBM News Desk), and social media platforms.
Home Accents Today publishes exclusive research including consumer buying trends, store operations, the Home Accents "Universe" by product category, Retail Stars (showcasing independent brick and mortar retailers), and special reports on the home furnishings retail channels, technologies and best practices.
Former owner Reed Business Information sold Home Accents Today to Sandow Media, the publishers of Worth in 2010. Progressive Business Media purchased the company in 2013. Other Progressive Business Media titles include Furniture/Today, Home & Textiles Today, Gifts and Decorative Accessories, Home Furnishings News, Casual Living and Kids Today.
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