The Container Store is kicking off 2021 with the launch of a co-branded collection with tidying expert and organizational phenomenon Marie Kondo—a sustainably sourced line that debuts with more than 100 pieces in bamboo, ceramic, rattan and more.
It’s a high-stakes game of political brinkmanship, playing out on the international stage. In one corner is an authoritarian leader, clinging to power. In the other, a jailed reformer looking to ignite an uprising. The latest salvo fired in this life-or-death struggle? A home tour.
In our weekly digest, corrugated metal’s renaissance, Kravet taps Barry Lantz for a new fabric collection, and more. Read on for these announcements and more that are crossing the BOH news desk this week.
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Wasilla, Alaska–based designer Beth McDonough tells us about splitting her time between interior design and staging, the extreme shipping challenges of her state, and why hourly billing works best for her client-first approach.
We asked 10 interior designers—Ashley Ross, Bradley Stephens, Whitney Jones, Marguerite Rodgers, Eric J. Smith, Leah Alexander, Julie Weber Gligor and Joe Ireland, and Kylie Bodiya and Mary Maloney—to share the most important business lesson they learned in 2020.
In Paige Rense’s 40-year tenure at Architectural Digest, the sleepy regional quarterly became an iconic brand—one that had the power to catapult interior designers to stardom. Rense passed away on Friday; in her memory, we're revisiting this 2018 interview with the legendary editor.
At Ike Kligerman Barkley, technology’s intrusion into the design process has been tempered by a reverence for the hand. From preliminary sketches to advanced 3D modeling, the firm’s layered approach illustrates how to embrace digital tools while keeping creativity alive.