Ethan Allen Declares 11% Increase in Cash Dividend

DANBURY, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Ethan Allen Interiors Inc. ("Ethan Allen" or the "Company") (NYS: ETH) announced today that its Board of Directors has declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.10 per share, an increase in the annual rate of 11.1%, which will be payable to shareholders of record as of October 10, 2013 and will be paid on October 25, 2013.

Farooq Kathwari, Chairman and CEO commented, "We are pleased with our continued progress and the Board's decision to increase the dividend."


About Ethan Allen

Ethan Allen Interiors Inc. (NYS: ETH) is a leading interior design company and manufacturer and retailer of quality home furnishings. The company offers free 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 eight manufacturing facilities including five manufacturing plants and one sawmill in the United States plus two plants in Mexico and Honduras. Approximately seventy percent of its products are made in its North American plants. For more information on Ethan Allen's products and services, visit ethanallen.com.



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