A recent study conducted by the National Kitchen & Bath Association finds that American homes are just as kitchen-centric as ever—but that their design is headed in a more streamlined, multifunctional, healthy direction.
On Thursday, June 18, the home industry’s edition of #ShareTheMicNow will see prominent white designers, bloggers and editors hand over their accounts to black women in the industry, including Shavonda Gardner, Keia McSwain and Keita Turner.
At the virtual edition of SF Design Week, a group of design professionals will be talking sustainability in the home—as the world reopens, they’re hoping it’s an opportunity to reset the industry on a more eco-friendly path.
High Point’s Spring Market may have been canceled, but a growing group of showrooms are hosting a market of their own this week, opening their doors by appointment only to retailers and designers alike. That this small-scale market feels more like an open secret than an organized event is a byproduct of just that: It has no organizer.