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.
While it may not always be the easiest color to sell to a client, incorporating yellow is a wonderful way to add whimsy and vibrancy to any project. Here, we rounded up five fabulous ways to incorporate the eye-popping shade into a room.
We’re asking designers to walk us through how they landed a project, step by step. New York designer Meagan Camp discusses the complicated process of taking on a dream project that began with another designer.
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.
Sean Low is the go-to business coach for interior designers. In his BOH advice column, he answers designers’ questions—this time, how to help a new employee jump right into the firm’s operations in a virtual world.
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.