Haley Chouinard
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industry insider
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April 1, 2020
To many designers, success means having product lines and stores that bear their name—but not everyone is comfortable with that level of exposure. We spoke with a few designers about their choice to eschew their names when expanding their businesses.
coronavirus
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March 27, 2020
With the passage of a $2 trillion stimulus deal, we spoke to Bryan Soukup, ASID’s vice president of government and public affairs, to find out what’s in the package that could offer a boost to interior design businesses.
trade tales
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March 27, 2020
We asked 10 designers—Matthew Craig, Sara Hillery, Mally Skok, Liz Johnson, Jenny Brown, Jonathan Gordon, Nina Nash Long, Kristy Chanel Lindsay, Lauren L. Caron and Ann Ueno—how they feel about sharing other decorators’ projects on their own accounts.
trade tales
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March 20, 2020
We asked nine designers—Colleen Simonds, Emily Davis, Lisa Sherry, Kevin O’Gara, Carolyn Thayer, Kendall Rabun, Charlotte Barnes, Everick Brown and Laurie Blumenfeld-Russo—about the benefits (and drawbacks) of taking on clients that have previously worked with other designers. 
trade tales
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March 18, 2020
With the latest projections suggesting that social distancing and self-isolation may be the norm for the next few months, we asked five designers from across the country—Corey Damen Jenkins, Jean Liu, Jessica Davis, Noz Nozawa and Lauren Czarniecki—how they’re taking their firms remote.
trade tales
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March 13, 2020
We asked eight designers—Everick Brown, Elena Phillips, Kaitlin Smith, Emily Davis, Charlotte Barnes, Matthew Carter, Laurie Blumenfeld-Russo and Lisa Sherry—how they address clients when a project is going over budget.
book review
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March 6, 2020
New book The Elements of A Home dives into the curious histories of everyday items like the teapot, the dollhouse and even the fork. BOH spoke with author Amy Azzarito about a few of our editors’ favorite objects.
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