Ethan Allen announces collaboration with Amazon
An Ethan Allen Design Studio will be established on Amazon.com that will allow Ethan Allen to offer its high-quality furniture and decorative home accessories to Amazon shoppers.

Danbury, Conn. — Officials from Ethan Allen Interiors have announced that the company is collaborating with Amazon to combine “the strength of two iconic brands.”

According to Farooq Kathwari, chairman and CEO, the collaboration with Amazon is the second major partnership in Ethan Allen’s 85-year history. The company launched the Ethan Allen | Disney Collection in 2016.

"We are pleased to combine Ethan Allen quality and our vertical integration, from manufacturing and logistics to interior design service and our 200 design centers in North America, together with the vast customer base of Amazon,” Kathwari said.

An Ethan Allen Design Studio will be established on Amazon.com that will allow Ethan Allen to offer its high-quality furniture and decorative home accessories to Amazon shoppers. The products will be sold by Ethan Allen and shipped by its 'white-glove' Premier In-Home Delivery operations. The Ethan Allen Design Studio on Amazon is expected to launch later this summer.

Ethan Allen Interiors Inc. is a leading interior design company and manufacturer and retailer of quality home furnishings. The company offers complimentary interior design service to its clients and sells a full range of furniture products and decorative accessories through ethanallen.com and a network of approximately 300 Design Centers in the United States and abroad.

Ethan Allen owns and operates nine manufacturing facilities, including six manufacturing plants and one sawmill in the United States plus, one plant, each in Mexico and Honduras. Approximately seventy-five percent of its products are made in its North American plants.

Prior to her role with Designers Today, Cindy attended markets as both a consumer home furnishings editor and interior design client. She has written about the design industry for more than 15 years and still finds editorial inspiration in every corner of the world, from Italian villas to Atlanta urban lofts to country escape tiny homes.