cocooning


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retreating to the seclusion of your home (as for privacy or escape)

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Implementing and sustaining cocooning programs remain a challenge.
infrastructure, underpinning the overhead cocooning panels above the aisle
On the flip side, Popcorn emphasized that other pieces of the economic picture are ideal for cocooning.
Our "Cocooning: Home as Fortress" report examines the consumer trend towards cocooning and examines its impact on consumer markets.
Cocooning is a concept Popcorn defines as the need to protect oneself from the harsh and unpredictable realities of the outside world.
During the late 90s at the height of the cocooning trend, collecting was the consumer passion of the moment and spawned such phenomena as eBay and the "Beanie Babies" fad.
The furniture will be designed around Popcorn's cocooning concept, which is a natural fit with the motion and bedding categories, Levine pointed out.
The increase in sales can be partially attributed to the fact that many Americans are cocooning and spending their disposable incomes on adding luxury products to their homes instead of spending money on expensive vacations.