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November 8, 2019
This week, Galerie named former Domino CRO Beth Brenner as president and Artsy alum Michael Rosen as digital director. BOH caught up with the new hires to find out how they plan to grow the brand’s reach (and revenue) without losing its insider cachet.
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October 16, 2019
Houston-based designer and showroom owner Lauren Hudson planned to start carrying Dessin Fournir product in late 2018. Instead, she ended up buying two of the failed company's lines: Rose Cumming Chintzes and Classic Cloth. BOH talked with Hudson about becoming the steward of legacy brands and setting them up for a successful relaunch.
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October 9, 2019
British paint brand Farrow & Ball debuted a new collection inspired by a 19th-century naturalist’s handbook and brought to life by New York design firm Roman & Williams. BOH visited the installation to hear the story behind the collaboration, whose success hinged on like-minded creatives finding one another, taking risks and celebrating the natural world.
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October 4, 2019
Ethan Allen CEO Farooq Kathwari tells Business of Home about his company’s new membership plan—for $100, customers get 20 percent off. If that sounds familiar, hold up: Kathwari’s vertically integrated company can offer a few perks that others can’t.
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September 25, 2019
On the eve of the Affordable Art Fair’s fall opening in New York, director Vanessa Seis reflects on the fair’s mission of accessibility, its recent launch of an online marketplace throughout Europe, and its new offerings for the trade.
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September 19, 2019
Last month, Stout announced that it had acquired the 125-year-old local textiles brand, Bassett McNab. The move paves the way for Stout to take a more prominent role in the high-end decorative fabrics market—but it also marks the merger of two Philadelphia-area family-owned brands with intertwined roots.
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September 18, 2019
With the opening of Real Simple's second-annual Idea House, BOH chatted with editor in chief Leslie Yazel about creating the space for her readers, why accessibility matters, and what design decision (briefly) kept her up at night.
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