Pearl River, N.Y. – You know it when you find it. When designing a room there are nearly hundreds of elements to consider, causing many of us to go through several “wrongs” before finding the room’s “right” items. Fortunately, there’s a method to the madness. Interior designers know that high-quality items make all the difference in creating a fashionable and highly functional room and they have learned how to sift through the flawed to find the worthwhile picks. Here, Ames Ingham of Los Angeles, Brian Snow of SemelSnow Interior Design in Chicago, Mona Ross Berman of Philadelphia and New York City’s Scott Salvator divulge what they look for in furniture, rugs, window treatments and bedding to determine if they’re quality, so you can too. Continue reading Interior designers help determine best home furnishings
Pearl River, N.Y. – We all know, seeing is believing. Helping customers envision how the ideal Hunter Douglas window fashion will look on their windows has just gotten a lot easier for dealers. It’s now just a quick tap away with the new dealer version of the Hunter Douglas “The Art of Window Dressing” consumer iPad App, simply called the AOWD Dealer Tool. This App takes full advantage of the iPad’s superior image resolution to create a high-impact and robust visualization tool. Continue reading Hunter Douglas introduces dealer iPad App
Pearl River, N.Y.—Norm Malone has been named vice president of sales and marketing for Hunter Douglas’ fabrication division. He previously served as vice president of corporate marketing programs for the window fashions manufacturer.
“Norm has played a vital role for our company in helping to develop, implement and manage an important group of marketing programs that enable Hunter Douglas dealers to attract more consumers and increase sales of our products,” said Marv Hopkins, president and CEO. In his new role, he added, Malone will lead both sales and marketing efforts. Continue reading Hunter Douglas promotes Malone
UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J.—The Hunter Douglas “Celebrate the Season” fall sales event is designed to tap into consumers’ desire to make their homes more beautiful and safer for the fall season, as well as for holiday gatherings, while providing another opportunity for the company’s aligned dealers to close larger and more profitable sales. Continue reading Hunter Douglas launches ‘Celebrate the Season’ event
by FCNews staff
OPERATION REBUILD: The end of August saw five states—Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut—hit by Hurricane Irene resulting in extensive damage to residential and commercial establishments. To assist dealers in these states, Mohawk has launched Operation Rebuild, in which sales and credit teams from Mohawk and its Karastan division have been instructed to work together to help rebuild stores and provide retailers with the necessary credit to continue operations. In addition, an aggressive finance offer, complete with buy downs, has been prepared for both Mohawk and Karastan, allowing consumers to finance their flooring needs at essentially no cost. Both soft and hard surface products are included in the promotion. For more information, contact your Mohawk or Karastan territory manager or call 877.275.6648. Continue reading Al's column
Upper Saddle River, N.J.—Sergeant Major Thomas M. Morrissey (USA Ret.), vice president of sales at Hunter Douglas, was honored on Friday, July 22 at The Medal of Honor Gala: In the Company of Heroes event hosted by the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation at The Sanfilippo Estate in Barrington, Ill. He received The Courageous Spirit Award on behalf of all wounded warriors. Morrissey joined Captain James A. Lovell, Jr. (USN Ret.), Commander of the Apollo XIII Mission, as one of two recipients of awards at the event. Continue reading Hunter Douglas' VP of sales receives medal of honor