Designers and old friends Timothy Corrigan and Vicente Wolf chose to use their downtime during the shutdown to host frank webinars for fellow designers, diving into the often-taboo subject of running a business.
We asked six interior designers—DuVäl Reynolds, Christine Markatos Lowe, Jhoiey Ramirez, Dawn Hamilton, Michael Kaestner and Donna Mondi—how they’ve handled taking over projects begun by another designer.
In the 22nd installment of the 50 States Project, BOH spoke with Ann Arbor, Michigan–based designer Krista Nye Nicholas of Cloth & Kind about how she met her Georgia–based co-founder online, why they chose a showroom over a shop, and the reason they're they're planning to change the way they charge.
As summer approaches, Americans hemmed in by pandemic restrictions replace travel plans with staycations—and upgrade their outdoor products accordingly. BOH Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg explains why this season is a major opportunity for outdoor furnishing retailers.
As a new generation of clients comes of age, and technology continues to seep its way into every corner of a decidedly old-school profession, it’s likely that design won’t be exactly the same in 2030 as it is in 2020. What will it be like? And just as importantly, what will it be worth? We asked two historians for their view.
In our weekly digest, Google’s search algorithm shifts to favor user-friendly sites, a new initiative challenges retailers to source 15 percent of their goods from black-owned businesses and more. Read on for the announcements crossing the BOH news desk this week.
In his annual letter to RH shareholders, CEO Gary Friedman outlined a post-pandemic vision for the company that defies conventional wisdom. At the top of the list? Stores, hotels, a yacht—and real estate.