This month, Business of Home editors rifled through the pages of three books, all with their own take on blending history and heritage with cutting-edge style—a survey of timeless interiors from Sandra Lucas and Sarah Eilers, a warm Southern welcome from James T. Farmer III, and ultrachic California cool from Nicole Hollis.
As the decade comes to a close, so too will Michele Varian’s beloved SoHo shop. Varian has plans to reopen her mainstay design store in a smaller space in Brooklyn in 2020 and to open a showroom in Manhattan.
CounterEv Furniture came into its own by partnering with big food brands like Sweetgreen and Shake Shack. Now, with multiple new collections—all sourced from reclaimed bowling lanes—set to debut this fall, the brand is ready to take on the residential sphere.
This month, we’re taking the pulse of the design book market—and where better to do it than one of Manhattan’s best design bookshops? We checked in with longtime buyer at the Rizzoli bookstore, Chris Pangborn, to find out what titles are flying off the shelves.
With summer fully underway, many New York designers have traded their fan decks for beach decks, packed up and headed east. Read on for BOH’s guide to all the design pop-ups hitting the Hamptons this summer.