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April 1, 2020
As social distancing measures have been implemented across the country, for now all interior design is e-design. Traditional firms exploring the practice are discovering new opportunities online—and facing new challenges.
industry insider
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March 31, 2020
Twenty years into a lighting design career, Kevin Kolawnoski of Fuse shares lessons he’s learned along the way. One of the biggest? Opening your own production facility is as much a creative decision as it is a business risk.
coronavirus
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March 30, 2020
Across the country, shipments are getting delayed, workrooms are shutting down, and projects are being put on pause. We reached out to experienced designers and business coaches to get some tips on how to talk to clients in an upside-down world.
podcast
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March 30, 2020
On the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, interior designer Peter Dunham chats about his renowned shop, Hollywood at Home; Restoration Hardware’s effect on American taste; and why, despite these troubling times, he’s staying optimistic.
magazine
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March 24, 2020
No one becomes an interior designer because they love spreadsheets. Problem is, a bad spreadsheet can tank a project just as dramatically as the wrong shade of pink. Accountants, financial advisers and project managers for some of the industry’s top talents explain how to streamline a design firm—and avoid common money mistakes.
coronavirus
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March 23, 2020
Trying to strike the right tone, or tongue-tied about what message to send now (and how to remind your clients that you’re still open for business—or let them know that you’re not)? Business of Home reached out to a few design PR pros for the advice they’re giving clients about how to communicate in the midst of a pandemic.
podcast
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March 23, 2020
On this episode of the Business of Home podcast, host Dennis Scully spoke to Cheryl Durst, the CEO of the International Interior Design Association; Tom Conley, CEO of the High Point Market Authority; Warren Shoulberg, BOH retail columnist; and Eric Edelson, CEO of Fireclay Tile to find out how they’re navigating the disruption.
weekly feature
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March 11, 2020
Before her first name became synonymous with the now-ubiquitous coastal lifestyle brand Serena & Lily, Serena Dugan was a painter and textile designer working in Northern California. Now, a few years after leaving the company she helped build, Dugan has come full circle, with a wallpaper and textile line launched under her own (full) name.
media
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March 10, 2020
‘Murder House Flip,’ a new show debuting next month on streaming platform Quibi, stars designer Mikel Welch in a genre-bending mashup of true crime and home makeover.
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