In our weekly roundup, Herman Miller’s CEO grapples with politics in the office, the story behind Bed Bath & Beyond’s iconic marketing strategy, and more. Read on for these announcements and more that are crossing the BOH news desk this week.
Residential real estate heads for uncharted waters as the demand for new homes continues to surge while supply dwindles. Here’s what designers can expect in 2021 as the “great reshuffling” of the COVID-19 era continues.
Designers Alexa Hampton and Thom Filicia have teamed up for Market On the Move, a new pop-up showroom at 200 Lex opening Tuesday, where they’ll bring their latest product debuts from High Point Market to New York.
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Gilbert, Arizona–based Jenny Slingerland of Black Ink Interiors shares her biggest business regret, why she prepares clients for worst-case scenarios, and how she got over her perfectionist tendencies.
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.
We asked seven designers—Kylie Bodiya, Whitney Jones, General Judd, Mary Maloney, Kenzie Leon Perry, Ashley Ross and Eric J. Smith—what they’re planning on doing differently in their businesses this year.
In the wake of visiting this month’s home furnishings markets in Dallas and Atlanta, Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg reports on what he’s seen—and what he expects from upcoming industry events.