The prospects of sustainable home furnishings in Canada are promising, as consumers are becoming more environmentally conscious and seeking eco-friendly products. Sustainable home furnishings include furniture made from recycled materials, such as reclaimed wood, energy-efficient appliances, and products made with sustainable materials such as bamboo, organic cotton, and linen.
The Canadian home furnishings industry has started to witness a growing trend towards smart home technology. Smart home devices, such as thermostats, lighting systems, and security cameras, along with window coverings as mentioned, are becoming increasingly popular as they offer convenience and energy efficiency.
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the growth of e-commerce in the home furnishings industry in Canada. During this time, consumers increasingly opted for online shopping due to convenience and safety concerns and, as a result, many home furnishings companies invested in their online presence and e-commerce capabilities to cater to the growing demand.
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The furniture and other moveable articles in a home that are necessary or useful for comfort and convenience. Items must be new when sold to the consumer; second-hand/used home furnishings are excluded. Antiques are also excluded. Home furnishings refers to indoor living (home textiles, indoor furniture and window coverings), outdoor living (BBQ's, garden sheds and outdoor furniture) and lighting (lighting sources and light fixtures).See All of Our Definitions
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