As anyone with a child above the age of four knows, electronics were the hot gifts of the season.
IPods, iPhones, Nintendo Wii game controllers and Envy cell phones seemed to trump apparel and toys this Christmas, especially since there wasn't one must-have item in either category. It's no surprise, then, that many electronics stores saw consumer traffic and sales soar, including Apple and Best Buy. There's a dichotomy, however, between the popularity of high-tech items and the movement afoot in the home industry toward simple, clean design, sustainable materials and eco-friendly messages.
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