Noz Nozawa explains how a pandemic obsession led to her taking on the design of wildly exuberant San Francisco jewelry store and piercing studio Fiat Lux—a creative wonderland dripping (literally) in gold resin and hand-painted snakes.
In a new series, Business of Home chats with home store owners across the country about their biggest challenges, beloved vendors and more. This week, it’s Brittney Herrera of Wildwood House in Portland, Oregon.
We’re asking designers to peel back the curtain and walk us through how they landed a project, step by step. Here, Australia-based designer Blainey North talks about creating a model home on the 66th floor of Central Park Tower.
In a new series, Business of Home chats with home store owners across the country about their biggest challenges, beloved vendors and more. First up are Milton Roberts and Greg Ashby of Interiors Market in Atlanta.
The home goods retailer and artists’ marketplace now offer a collection of 14 upholstered pieces with 2,000-plus combinations of patterns, colors and silhouettes. More designs will drop in the year to come.
The furniture market is experiencing a growing demand for versatile pieces designed for multi-use spaces. These brands offer convertible furniture that smoothes the transition from work to play to sleep—without sacrificing style or quality.