Nestled in the heart of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, former biologist John Randall has been handcrafting furniture and bespoke pieces for more than 15 years—and he has made a point of staying in his own lane.
When it launched in 2019, Wescover was on a mission to empower consumers to discover cool decorative goods. Recently, the platform has decided to close the loop and expand into a marketplace—with an eye, finally, to monetization.
In a post-vaccine world, recent design graduates and young creatives are reassessing their career trajectories. Business of Home spoke with four career experts about how to nail down a dream job in the design industry today.
Disturbed by how much waste her design firm was producing, Katie Storey launched the Good Future Design Alliance, an organization challenging home businesses to cut their waste by 50 percent over the next four years. But can the industry meet the moment?
In our weekly roundup, Olson Kundig crafts a children’s museum, Matthew Fisher’s new collection at Galerie Philia, and Bobby Berk debuts a D2C site. Read on for the latest announcements crossing the BOH news desk.
Sean Low is the go-to business coach for interior designers. In his BOH advice column, he answers designers’ questions—this time, how to transition from running your own firm to working for someone else’s.
Versatile and effortlessly cool, blue jean-colored textiles and decor items have been popping up in a slew of summer-ready design collections. BOH rounded up six denim-hued pieces that will bring an easygoing vibe to your home.
Design events across the country are opening their doors this month to industry insiders eager to shop, learn and connect. Read on for BOH’s August calendar highlights, including conferences, trade shows, art exhibitions and design discussions.