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Home & Textiles Today 2016 Top 50 Retailing Giants


Home & Textiles Today 2016 Top 50 Retailing Giants


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Home & Textiles Today 2016 Top 50 Retailing Giants

Originally published in the August 2016 issue of Home & Textiles Today

It might not have felt like it at the time, but 2015 was a decent year for home textiles at most of the companies in H&TT’s exclusive Top 50 Retailers Report.

All but five retailers on the list expanded their home textiles sales. Only one of those (Sears) fell back by double-digits. True, growth wasn’t explosive. The majority of the Top 50 retailers, 34 of them, logged singledigit increases.

Ten retailers powered up double-digit gains — a mix of e-commerce retailers, off-pricers, home specialists and recently public entities. The total home textiles universe inched up 1.8% to $27.6 billion in U.S. retail sales. And yes, the big continued to get bigger. The Top 50 accounted for 97.4% of sales in 2015, up from 95.5% in 2014.

How the Top 50 were ranked

Home & Textiles Today’s exclusive survey of the Top 50 home textiles retailers ranks the top U.S. retailers by sales of 2015 home textiles. All textiles categories, bed, bath, kitchen, table linen and window coverings, including alternative window coverings, custom decorating and accessories that are generally sold with textile items, are included in the sales estimates.

In order to be eligible for the ranking, each retailer must sell more than one home textile category.

The ranking crosses all formats of retailing. Companies are classified by their primary channel of distribution.

Channels include discounters; specialty stores; home improvement centers; department stores; dollar stores; direct-to-consumer retailers that sell primarily through the Internet, catalogs and/or television; warehouse membership clubs; furniture stores; and supercenters, which sell both food and general merchandise in their mix.

For Wal-Mart, Kmart and Target, the ranking includes discount stores and supercenters.

All home textiles sales information, except for publicly held companies that break out line-of-business sales for home textiles, are Home & Textiles Today market research estimates. Sales figures are given for the 12-month period ending closest to December 31, 2015. Individual retailer descriptions include the date of the fiscal year end or the 12-month periods that deviate significantly from that date.

Sales estimates are based on information from a variety of sources including the companies themselves, public company fi lings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, discussions with industry analysts and suppliers and published and unpublished reports, including newspaper articles in various retail trading areas.

This ranking is by no means comprehensive and does not represent the entire industry. More than the 50 retailers listed are vital companies within the industry. Home & Textiles Today chooses not to include some companies due to lack of verification of sales figures.

In cases where companies have identical sales of home textiles, the one with the fastest sales growth is ranked higher. Sales were assumed fl at for the retailer where 2014 data was not available when comparing total 2015 and 2014 data for the Top 50.

This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of Progressive Business Media.


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