Three years after shuttering his firm to take the creative helm of Ralph Lauren Home, Billy Cotton is reopening his business. On this episode of The Business of Home Podcast, he explains how he came full circle.
Starting in 2023, Universal Furniture CEO and president Jeff Scheffer will be replaced by senior vice president of sales Sean O’Connor, who will assume the role of president. BOH spoke with O’Connor alongside vice president of marketing Neil MacKenzie to hear about the past, present and future of the brand.
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Columbus, Ohio–based designer Cheryl Beachy Stauffer of Crimson Design Group tells us about looking for efficiencies, creating a leadership team and letting go of the details in order to focus on the big picture.
In a shakeup for two of the industry’s big players, West Elm president Alex Bellos is headed to Food52, where he’ll serve as co-CEO alongside co-founder Amanda Hesser, before transitioning to sole CEO next year.
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, North Dakota–based designer Brandi Youngmark tells us about learning to value her time, adding furniture selection to her architecture-centric business and the highs and lows of running a solo firm in the red-hot Midwest Great Lakes region.