In December, Seasonal Living will launch a 3D showhouse with real products selected by 11 designers. CEO Gary Pettitt tells BOH about the process, plus the benefits and drawbacks of a virtual showhouse versus the real deal.
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, CB2 president Ryan Turf discusses the company’s brand evolution, why brick-and-mortar still matters, and how the right collaborations are pushing the retailer in a more design-forward (and designer-friendly) direction.
Online home marketplace Chairish has raised $33 million in series B funding, bringing its total funding to $50 million. CEO Gregg Brockway tells BOH how the influx will bolster the company’s online shopping infrastructure.
Virtual design services may have sprung up out of necessity, but with increased sales numbers, conversion rates and consumer intel, home industry execs explain how the programs have proven their worth beyond a COVID stopgap.
Framing disruptor Framebridge, which jumped from online-only to brick-and-mortar in 2019, is not letting COVID foil its plans to open a series of new stores across the U.S. in the next year. Here’s why.
Christiane Lemieux discusses leaving The Inside and starting her new brand, Lemieux et Cie, which is launching with Artisanal Modernism, a historically inspired 150-piece collection sold through Anthropologie.
If everyone agrees that there’s too much fabric on the market, then why are so many brands rushing to make more of it? We explore who's launching new collections—and when and why—in search of a unified theory of newness.