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2015 Product Potential Reports

Updated with 2014 estimated and 2019 projected data focusing on the home furnishings and related industry products.



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Furniture Today market research worked with Easy Analytic Software Inc. (EASI) to develop sales estimates and projections for 20 specific products for 2014 and projections for 2019 for all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, 917 metropolitan and micropolitan areas and 3,143 counties.

2014 sales estimates for each product category were developed by Furniture Today market research based on data available through October 2014 and are subject to revision as additional data become available. Current estimates are based on information from the Department of Commerce, the International Trade Commission, sales estimates from manufacturers and retailers, Furniture Today's consumer surveys, Upholstery and Case Goods Style surveys, the Furniture Store Performance Report and discussions with industry executives and analysts.


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Furniture Today's Top 100 Furniture Stores - Updated for 2014!
Furniture/Today’s Top 100 U.S. Furniture stores posted a 7.8% increase in furniture, bedding and accessories sales in 2013, growing revenue to a combined $34.1 billion, up from $31.7 billion the year before. That growth wasn’t as impressive as the 9.9% gain in 2012 for the previous Top 100, but it blew away the meager increase for all U.S. furniture stores and led to a major capture of additional market share. details >>

Furniture Store Performance Report 2008
Furniture Today's Furniture Store Performance Report provides an overview of furniture store operations and financial results and offers store owners and managers benchmarks to measure their store's performance. details >>

Furniture Today Retail Planning Guide 2015
Furniture Today's 2015 Retail Planning Guide includes our economic analyses of the year that was 2014 and our outlook for 2015. The exclusive issue and report includes the Economic Outlook, Consumer Counts, Distribution Report, Retail Forecast and Industry Outlook and Ranking reports. details >>

Top Movers

Top 15 U.S. Bedding Producers, 2014
Furniture/Today uses public and private information to develop the wholesale shipment figures in its report of the Top 15 U.S. Bedding Producers. The newspaper begins the process by sending a survey to some two dozen bedding producers, asking them to supply audited and accountant-verified figures for their 2013 bedding shipments. Three leading bedding producers — Sealy, Tempur-Pedic and Select Comfort — were part of publicly-held companies last year and supplied shipment figures to Furniture/Today. details >>

Furniture Today’s Key 20 Sources for the U.S. Furniture Market, 2014
A number of top case goods and upholstery resources saw growth in 2013, a sign that economic tailwinds — ranging from lower unemployment to rising housing prices — continue to benefit the furniture industry. Collectively, sources Furniture/ Today identified on its annual list of Key Sources for the U.S. Market grew to $10.6 billion in sales in 2013, up 4% from $10.2 billion in 2012. While not the double-digit growth that many would prefer, it still marks the fourth straight year of gains since the 2007-2009 recession. details >>

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