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A new day for heritage porcelain brands

on the beat | February 22, 2019
Luxury porcelain brands Meissen, Villeroy & Boch and Lladró share some ways in which they’ve stayed relevant through the decades (or centuries). By Robyn Smith

Why Annie Selke broke up with Houzz

industry insider | February 22, 2019
In order to prevent constant promotions from undercutting wholesale partners, Annie Selke Company is rebooting its e-commerce strategy, ending major relationships with Houzz, Neiman Marcus and Horchow. By Fred Nicolaus

With inaugural spring show, Field + Supply will focus on garden

show-rumors | February 21, 2019
This year, interior designer Brad Ford will launch a spring edition of his popular outdoor Field + Supply maker’s market in Kingston, New York. The event, to be held over Memorial Day weekend, will feature the same mix of high-end handmade goods, live music and good vibes as the fall edition—only with a slightly different mix of sellers. By Fred Nicolaus

The secret to attracting millennials in India

international | February 20, 2019
The juxtaposition of modern contemporary furniture with traditional Indian motifs serves as the basis of the design studio’s aesthetic. By Nikhita Mahtani

Can you own a hashtag? Yes, according to this lawyer

show & tell | February 20, 2019
Hashtags have been around since 2007, but they’re new to the courts. According to lawyer Angie Turner, while legislation hasn’t been fully developed, trademark law can still apply to the common branding tool. By Robyn Smith

Steele Marcoux on Veranda's next chapter

weekly feature | February 20, 2019
In advance of her first issue, the newly appointed Veranda editor in chief tells Business of Home about her vision for the brand, why returning to the magazine’s southern roots is an advantage, and what differentiates the title from every other shelter publication. By Kaitlin Petersen

Tableware makes a comeback, Joanna Gaines teams up with Anthropologie, and more

news digest | February 19, 2019
In our weekly digest, Karl Lagerfeld passes, ASID and Emerald team up, Joanna Gaines makes Anthropologie pillows, Wayfair opens a Kentucky brick-and-mortar store, and all of the other news you might have missed. Read on for the announcements crossing the BOH news desk this week. By Robyn Smith
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