Home Textiles in Mexico – Supply Chain Insights
Mexican consumers spent Mex$44.3 billion (USD 2.3 billion) on home textile products in 2019. While a drop in spending due to the COVID-19 pandemic...
Home Textiles in China – Supply Chain Insights
Chinese consumers spent ¥167 billion ($23.4B USD) on home textile products in 2019. While a drop in spending due to the COVID-19 pandemic is...
Home Textiles – Supply Chain Insights
U.S. consumers spent $66.4 billion on home textile products in 2019. While a drop in spending due to the COVID-19 pandemic is expected in...
The Comfort of Cotton
One of life's great luxuries that actually costs nothing is falling into bed and drifting off to sleep. What makes this a "luxury" is...
Home Textiles: Bath Towels
100% cotton bath towels remain the dominant offering at retail and the preference among consumers. In fact, focusing marketing efforts to remind shoppers how...
Home Textiles: Sheets & Bedding
About 7 in 10 consumers say cotton is their fiber of choice for top-of-bed product categories because they feel cotton is best suited to...
No Tie? No Problem.
Americans like staying home these days, and soft, casual apparel and home furnishings make all the comforts of home even more enticing.
What Consumers Want in Bedding
When Seinfeld’s Frank Costanza yelled, “Serenity now!” he wasn’t decorating his master bedroom with an en...
The U.S. has seen a slow but steady growth in housing over the last few years....
Reviving Consumer Demand for Home Textiles
The turnaround in the U.S. housing market has resulted in stronger home textile sales, but quality...
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