In our weekly roundup, Holly Hunt makes an acquisition, CW Stockwell unveils a new partnership, and “America’s wonder rug” factory closes its doors. Read on for the latest announcements crossing the BOH news desk.
The pandemic has accelerated vital shifts across culture and business—including the design industry’s traditional approach to trade shows. BOH checked in with designers and market leaders who are spearheading a new approach to industry events.
Summer is around the corner, and the home industry seems to be surging with promotions and new appointments. Read on for Business of Home’s monthly roundup of arrivals and departures in design, manufacturing, media and more.
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, designer and Detroit native Tiffany Cobb of Tiffany René Designs—who splits her time between her hometown and Atlanta—tells us how her first showhouse paid off, why she cultivates lifelong clients and how a stint at a logistics company shaped her firm.
Some designers love giving their clients multiple options, which allows them to feel like they’re participating in the process. Others feel that offering too many choices can overwhelm clients—or worse, lead them to question the whole design scheme. Communicating the atmosphere of a room without showing all your cards can be a tightrope walk. We asked four designers to let us in on how they manage this stage.
To help you find your way at High Point Market this season, we’ve highlighted some of the top destinations throughout town so you can maximize your time and explore the best of what each neighborhood has to offer.