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HIGH POINT — If Amazon.com opens physical furniture stores as an unconfirmed news report says is currently under consideration, it means a couple of big things for the furniture industry, and neither is dire. Industry leaders say it signals recognition on the part of the giant e-commerce company that furniture is a tough sell without that brick-and-mortar presence. And it sets the stage for another tough industry competitor, something that best retailers in the business should be ready for anyway. Late last week, The New York Times reported Amazon is considering creating furniture and appliance stores to sell “the kinds of products that shoppers are reluctant to buy over the Internet sight unseen.” They may be high-tech ventures, utilizing augmented and virtual reality technology in the showroom to help consumers see what the product might look like in the home. The newspaper attributed the information to an unnamed source with knowledge of the discussions. Amazon has not responded to requests from Furniture Today for confirmation. But if the thought of the retail giant stepping further into furniture-store territory is at all concerning or regarded as a warning sign, industry leaders aren’t letting on in first interviews since the report. Todd Wanek, CEO of Ashley Furniture Inds., the nation’s largest furniture supplier and retailer, said he believes it’s “good news for companies that have brick-and-mortar stores.” “While the industry must compete with Amazon as they potentially build out a physical store footprint, the silver lining is that Amazon has realized that physical stores are necessary for the consumer experience as they shop for home furnishings.” Some reports have suggested certain retailers could get crushed. A story by ชุดผ้าปูที่นอน 6 ฟุต TheStreet.com called out already sufferin g Sears and J.C. Penney, for instance, but also Best Buy and Williams-Sonoma — the latter having seen same-store sales declines at several of its store brands.
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