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Your first look at Business of Home’s summer issue

in print | June 12, 2018
Business of Home’s Summer 2018 issue is now out. From a 2.2-million-square-foot, vertically integrated factory in Vietnam that makes a large percentage of the retail furniture sold in the U.S. to collaborations with a global network of artisans that is keeping local crafts alive, the issue focus... By Kaitlin Petersen

Chinese Lessons

in print | June 7, 2018
Savvy interior designers marketing their work to China’s affluent consumers have discovered a vast population eager for design expertise—and a new set of customer expectations. What do designers need to know about doing business in the People’s Republic of China? (Spoiler alert: It’s probably no... By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans

On the Beat: Leading Lights

in print | June 7, 2018
The next generation of LED offerings is inspiring enough that you'll want to make the switch. Here's what you need to know to spec the very best. GET LIT A primer in LED technology. Tala's porcelain bulb collection The basics: LED stands for “light-emitting diode”—essentially a... By Kaitlin Petersen

Designers Debate: Fringe Benefits

in print | June 7, 2018
Peek behind the curtains as renowned New York–based designers Alexa Hampton and David Kleinberg face off on what it means for a window to be properly dressed. One thing they both agree on? It’s a window treatment or a curtain, but never—ever—drapes. Windows two ways: Rooms by Alexa Hampto... By Staff

Feed Faves

in print | June 7, 2018
We asked our favorite tastemakers what makes them double-tap. Scroll through some of the season’s notable design moments, curated by five of New York’s great design minds. Billy Cotton @billycotton_ Masterful maverick of both interior and industrial design. ... By Staff

The Scoop: Top Stories of the Season

in print | June 7, 2018
The juiciest bites from the BOH news desk. Crate & Kids Land of Nod becomes Crate & Kids  The Land of Nod is no more. The whimsical children’s furniture company was officially folded into Crate & Barrel—and rebranded as Crate & Kids—17 years after it was acquired. ... By Staff


in print | June 7, 2018
The season’s newest showrooms and storefronts. Steven Leonard and Ryan Hughes of R Hughes California Van den Akker Antiques sister company Studio Van den Akker opened at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles. The showroom highlights the brand’s unique furniture and lighting c... By Staff

Trade Tales: Study Abroad

in print | June 7, 2018
What are the pitfalls of taking on an international project? Top designers share tricks and tips on executing a stress-free job overseas.  Culture Studies "Spend time researching the level of formality with which to conduct business. There is a custom when finalizing a deal in Chi... By Staff

Building Big in China

in print | June 7, 2018
Shenzhen, part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, is a magnet for design talent—and the site of a 10.7-million-square-foot design center megaplex. Campion Platt is one of the American maestros at its forefront. Campion Platt. Photo by Andres Garcia Lachner. “It’s commerce on st... By Kaitlin Petersen

Mapping the Makers

in print | June 7, 2018
The international manufacturing scene is often shrouded in mystery. Who makes what, where—and why? Furnishings brands are traveling far and wide to harness regional strengths, namely talented artisans, vast natural resources and indigenous trades. Artisans craft hand-painted textiles in A... By Taylor Barker, Katy B. Olson, Kaitlin Petersen & Melissa Studach
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