Coronavirus has resulted in a national shutdown, with many companies shifting to having at least some employees permanently working from home. People ended up spending most of their days at home during the week and, having nowhere to go due to the shutdown, on the weekends. Having a more intimate relationship with their domiciles, appears to have encouraged people to have an increased interest in decorating the place where they're now spending most of their time.
RH, formerly known as Restoration Hardware, has reported an elevated demand for home decor which they expect to carry through 2021. With the economy recovering and people going back to work, core demand has increased by as much as 47% in August. "There’s clearly, you know, a consumer shift that’s happening and you know people are holed up at home. We’re benefiting from some of that shift, and at the same time I’d say our teams did a great job of kind of improvising. adapting and overcoming." said RH CEO Gary Friedman.
, a Bridge brand which specializes in exquisitely crafted and hand painted porcelain sculptures, with close to 100 years to perfect their art, have added some amazing offerings this month. For the animal lovers, Mallard Duck Family with parents and 2 chicks, and the beautiful Forest Friends sculptures. For the Jewish home, and avoiding Vogue's faux pas
of offering a menorah for the high holidays, a Magen David (Star of David) sculpture.
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