Home & Textiles Today Database: Bath accessories 2016
Originally published in the October 2016 print issue of Home & Textiles Today
No news is good news. And good news — even if just a little — is even better. That’s what the bath rugs and accessories categories managed in 2015. Last year, sales of bath rugs and accessories grew a slight 0.9% to $2.33 billon. The total home textiles universe grew 1.8% to $27.6 billion.
Home & Textile Today’s Bath Accessories/Rugs Database report reveals 2015 and 2014 market share product data through key distribution channels. All retail sales figures are estimates and are for the U.S. only. All figures are rounded.
Department storesare full-line operations carrying a variety of merchandise, including national and regional stores. Examples include Macy’s, JCPenney, Bloomingdale’s, Sears, Belk, Dillard’s, Kohl’s and The Bon-Ton Stores.
Direct-to-consumer includes retailers with primary distribution through the Internet, catalogs, television and/or home parties. Examples include Amazon, BrylaneHome, Cornerstone Brands, Hanover Direct, HSN, Lands’ End and Overstock.com, among others.
Discount department stores/supercenters include discount, offprice and dollar stores, such as Walmart, Target, Kmart, T.J. Maxx/ Marshalls, Ross Stores, Big Lots, Tuesday Morning, Shopko, Family Dollar and Dollar General.
Specialty stores include retailers that specialize in textiles, as well as stores that carry textiles at full price and may or may not carry housewares, small appliances, gourmet foods, apparel, jewelry and personal care items. Examples include Bed Bath & Beyond, Ikea, Anna’s Linens, Home Goods, Pier 1 Imports, Restoration Hardware and Crate & Barrel.
Other includes gift and home accent specialty stores, furniture stores, home improvement centers, military exchanges and designers, among others.
Warehouse clubs include Costco, Sam’s Club, BJ’s Wholesale and local and regional warehouse clubs.