From sustainably sourced wood to nontoxic fabrics, it seems like there’s a green certification for just about everything. Here, we’ve outlined what common certifications mean, who the organizations behind them are and everything else a designer needs to know.
A new showhouse concept called Wow!house will make its debut at London’s Design Centre Chelsea Harbour this summer. BOH spoke with managing director Claire German about her vision for the event, why showhouses aren’t more common in the UK and creating a unique, sensory experience for the London design community.
In any design business, there’s money coming and going at a dizzying, sometimes unpredictable rate. That’s why it’s crucial to create systems that allow you to access a constant stream of income. Here’s how successful design firms do it.
The rigorous certification, which judges a company’s ethical and environmental practices, is on the rise. Five home brands from across a range of categories discuss their journey to secure the designation.
We asked eight designers—Cachet Adams, Regina and Robin Reaves, Tanya Selway and Benjamin Stelly, Kathleen Walsh, Marla Walker, and Jennifer Weisberg—if they allow clients to use their own credit cards for purchasing.
Since 2019, The Metropolitan Museum of Art has made a big push into licensing, tapping into its archive for everything from bedding to jam jars. To find out why, we caught up with the mastermind behind the expansion about the revitalization of The Met Store brand.
Once a project is complete and it’s time to bring in a photographer, a designer has one last decision to make: Do they bring in a stylist to stage the shoot or take a crack at it themselves? Thirteen designers share their thoughts.