Bed Bath & Beyond names new GMM for bed, bath and home decor

UNION, N.J.—Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. has appointed a former fashion executive to oversee its bed, bath and home décor categories.

Elizabeth Meltzer has been named senior vice president, general merchandising manager for those categories. She joins the retailer’s leadership team Nov. 2 where she will oversee the development of the chain’s owned brands “to build authority and relevance in the home market” and accelerate the company’s sourcing program, Bed Bath said. She will report to Joe Hartsig, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, and president of Harmon Health and Beauty Stores.

Meltzer most recently served as senior vice president of merchandising at The Gap where she built a global assortment across all divisions. Additionally, she has led merchandising strategies at several other well-known retail and consumer brands, including Loft, Uniqlo, Madewell and Calvin Klein.

“We’re developing a customer-centric assortment that builds on our authority in the home market through greater differentiation, inspiration and value,” said Hartsig. “Elizabeth’s experience developing brands and effective omnichannel product strategies for some of the world’s leading fashion retailers brings new expertise to our team that will accelerate our transformation and make it easier for our customers to feel at home with Bed

25 Easy Houseplants – Easy To Care For Indoor Plants

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Don’t let those fickle fiddle leaf figs fool you. Not every houseplant requires a natural green thumb and extensive gardening expertise. These hardy indoor species can survive and even thrive despite serious neglect.

“Buy something that likes to live the way you do,” advises Gwenn Fried, manager of the horticulture therapy program at NYU Langone. When you’re working with a dark room, give low-light options like pothos, prayer plants, and dracaena a go. If too many rays has shriveled your plants in the past, opt for sun lovers like yucca, jade, and ponytail palm. Peace lilies and Chinese evergreen can handle the well-meaning over-waterer. If you’re the set-it-and-forget-it type, ZZ plant, kalanchoe, and philodendrons might be more your speed.

Get more plant inspiration and care tips below from horticultural experts, but if you’re looking for true no-maintenance foliage, check out the best artificial plants you can buy. Their plastic leaves will never go brown, no matter how hard you try.

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Calling all black thumbs: This trailing vine has earned the nickname “devil’s ivy” for its ability to withstand nearly pitch-black conditions as well as under-

Garden Concepts, Design & Dwelling Gardening Suggestions

Rustic residence decor can add important magnificence to your own home. Sure, research has declared that gardening can profit a gardener by having an impact on any stress they might have. Most gardeners don’t require research to tell them this although. What might be better than on a heat summer time night to sit down on a relaxer surrounded by the garden you may have created, glass of wine or beer in hand simply listening to the birds also enjoy the results of your hard work as they feed on bugs and calm down for the night. A garden is the best place to escape from the rig ours of every day dwelling, whereas at the similar time, it is also the place that may be stuffed with the laughter of children enjoying whilst you socialize with mates, neighbors and family, and the BBQ gives off a welcoming aroma of meats gently cooking on charcoal.

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Jamie Young unveils rebrand, new website

Home décor and lighting brand Jamie Young Company rebranded this year with a new tagline and a refreshed, trade-friendly website.

The Southern California-based brand by Jamie Young Jeter and David Jeter has introduced a summer collection spanning more than 150 new pieces, along with a newly improved website, logo, and tagline, “A home well-traveled.”

The new website provides visitors with more information about the company’s background. Here, they can explore the selection of lighting, accessories, and occasional furniture from the line, offered directly to consumers.

For industry professionals, a login portal has been created that grants access to all premier trade benefits. With a trade account login, retailers and interior designers have exclusivity to trade pricing on the entire Jamie Young Company collection. With the new option to view inventory availability also comes the ability to place online orders directly through the website. By managing one’s own trade account profile, designers can view past orders and get previews of new introductions before they are placed on the consumer site.

At this moment in time, around 90% of the Jamie Young Company product is in stock and ready-to-ship from their warehouse in Southern California.

Among these products are newly introduced pieces

The Home Depot Flooring A-Z

What’s under your feet (or however you get around) is as important as anything when it comes to home. That’s why this fall, we collaborated with The Home Depot on an A to Z guide that’ll give you the confidence to make flooring choices you’ll love. Check out the A to Z handbook here.

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Often cast aside as a style that doesn’t offer form and function, laminate is actually a jack-of-all-trades material that deserves serious consideration for your home.

Budget-friendly, hardwearing, and easy to install, laminate is the accessible flooring built to withstand pretty much anything and look good doing it, with plenty of options available at The Home Depot.

First, a few clarifications

Laminate is not the same as engineered hardwood, which has a plywood core and a thin veneer of actual hardwood on its surface (for more on hardwood — engineered and not — visit letter H). Instead, laminate is a type of flooring made up of several layers, detailed below from the bottom up:

  1. A moisture-repelling base layer, often made from melamine or plastic, that gives the boards stability
  2. A resin-soaked fiberboard “core” layer, which helps give laminate its signature dent-resistant properties