A fourth child fatality has been associated with one of the MALM chests included in Ikea's recall of 29 million chests and drawers.
CNBC's Joe Kernen took the lead from his wife when it came to revamping her childhood home for their own modern family, Architectural Digest reports.
IKEA CEO Peter Agnefjäll discusses his how company is operating amid global uncertainty.
Persimmon CEO, Jeff Fairburn, talks about the cautious sentiment the house-building firm has over new land investment, following the Brexit vote.
US regulators warn of potential safety issues with some top-loading Samsung washing machines.
CNBC's anchors discuss the home furnishings company IKEA and why it's business model is working.
Restoration Hardware, JPMorgan Chase and Chipotle are making headlines this Friday morning before the opening bell.
Wesfarmers CEO, Richard Goyder talks about its acquisition of U.K. home improvement brand Homebase, and weighs in on Brexit.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss the surge in homebuilders after July new home sales hitting a nine-year high, and whether it's time to buy into home-adjacent stocks.
The furniture maker said it saw its quarterly same-store sales decline by 1.9 percent.
One Kings Lane fetched less than $30 million in its recent sale to Bed Bath & Beyond, Recode reports.
Niraj Shah, Wayfair CEO and co-founder, discusses his company's second quarter earnings and how they plan to grow.
The deal would create the biggest mattress retail distribution company in the world.
At Home failed to sustain a big IPO pop in trade on Thursday.
Home improvement retailers are starting to see how millennials' tastes differ from those of previous generations.
The Swedish furniture brand says it currently has no plans to collaborate with the rapper.
The rapper thinks college students would be eager for him to create a minimalist apartment inside of a dorm.
The world's largest furniture retailer says the locking mechanism on the gates can unexpectedly open and fall on children.
Pier 1 Imports reported a wider-than-expected loss on Wednesday, pushing shares sharply lower in after-hours trading.
The world's largest furniture retailer says six models of MALM chests and other dressers can easily topple over onto children.