Bed Bath & Beyond had made a huge comeback amid the pandemic. Now the company’s chief brand officer reveals how it plans to keep the momentum going.

Bed Bath & Beyond is winning with shoppers stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Bed Bath & Beyond Chief Brand Officer Cindy Davis spoke with Business Insider about the company’s stellar summer sales, as well as its plans for winning during the holiday season.
  • Davis said the brand’s strategy includes a $29 annual loyalty program, enhanced e-commerce and omnichannel fulfillment services, and earlier-than-ever holiday offerings.
  • The Bed Bath & Beyond executive said the company plans to remain “close to the customer” to continue to glean insights on consumer trends for the holidays.
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Bed Bath & Beyond pulled off a major back-to-school sales coup this summer, despite many colleges across the United States going remote due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now the retailer is looking to apply those lessons to its holiday strategy, according to its Chief Brand Officer

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5 living room decor ideas to inspire a new style

On the lookout for living room decor ideas to kickstart your own makeover? Well good, you are in the right place because we have been looking at all the gorgeous A/W  living room trends and thought we should bring together our favourite looks to help you get you off the decorating starting blocks. 

Whether you are into bold bright colours or minimalist designs, traditional styles or contemporary vibes, you will find some inspiration here. So just keep reading for five looks that you can recreate in your space, and head to our living room ideas feature for more. 

1. Go bold with all the bright colours 

This wonderful bright and cheerful living room is most definitely for those who adore colour and a smidgen of pattern. The sofas steal the show and the bonus of modular designs, is that you can create your own ideal sofa using different combinations and

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Approval recommended for 150-home development

Image credit: Sten Architecture

A proposed development of more than 150 new homes on a waterfront site in South Yorkshire looks set to get the go-ahead next week (13 October 2020).

Keepmoat Homes, supported by Sten Architecture, submitted an application to Doncaster Council in October 2019 for a site off Lakeside Boulevard.

Planning consent is sought for a total of 156 residential units, comprising terraced, semi-detached and detached houses as well as apartments.

Larger’ landmark’ buildings would be located at key locations on the site.

An area of open space would be retained in the centre of the development.

A design and access statement submitted as part of the application said the proposed development would provide “high-quality residential accommodation and will contribute towards the overall amenity, and sustainability of the area”, as well as creating jobs during construction.

The application will go before the council’s planning committee on 13 October

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Southampton’s Modern Hamptons Beach House

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Walls of glass open to panoramic Mecox Bay and Atlantic Ocean views from this spectacular modern beach house in the Hamptons. This home was conceived and created by a pedigreed team which included architect Fred Stelle, world renowned designer Jacques Grange and first class builders Men at Work. No expense was spared in the process and the finished product is simply stunning.

Nearly 7000 square feet of interior and exterior spaces which become one as this home floats above the dune. The open floor plan captures the essence of seaside living while at the same time offering direct access to the white sand beach and miles of pristine coastline all for your enjoyment. On the market for $19,985,000.

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