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Modsy’s new 3-D tools allow users to try on home decor

industry insider | November 16, 2018
Yesterday, Modsy introduced Live Swap, the first in 3-D design technology to let users speedily swap furniture and shop product all from within their photorealistic room renderings. By Robyn Smith

Why 1stdibs 50 is the next hot designer list

industry insider | November 15, 2018
1stdibs announced this year’s “1stdibs 50,” an exclusive list of 50 interior designers from across the globe. Curated by the digital antiques platform’s editorial team, the designers are each featured in Rooms of Distinction 2018, the second edition of the brand’s annual book. By Robyn Smith

Peter Brant sells Modern Magazine, ArtNews and others to Penske

industry insider | November 14, 2018
Penske Media Corporation (PMC) is the proud new owner of Art Media Holdings, which includes The Magazine Antiques, Modern Magazine, ArtNews and Art in America. With this acquisition, PMC says it will be the largest employer of art journalists in the world. By Staff

Apparatus opens ‘fantasy space’ in LA

industry insider | November 14, 2018
Apparatus is set to open its third showroom later this month, following the success of its New York and Milan showrooms. By Jeffrey Preis

The best bons mots from Southern Style Now

industry insider | November 13, 2018
In early November, design lovers flocked to Charleston for the third-annual Southern Style Now festival—true to its name, a celebration of all things Southern style and design. Cator Sparks shares key takeaways with BOH from the event’s lectures, panels, keynotes, and more. By Cator Sparks

Scot Meacham Wood debuts furniture collection

industry insider | November 12, 2018
The San Francisco-based designer recently introduced SMW Home Furnishings, a California-made collection that combines his love of traditional lines with a modern sense of proportion. By Robyn Smith

Path to China: 8 brands explain their Shenzhen strategy

industry insider | November 9, 2018
With a major new International Art Design Center opening in Shenzhen next year, Business of Home talked shop with eight companies opening showrooms, and the future they see for the Chinese design market. By Jeffrey Preis

Serial Entertainer Steven Stolman debuts first home fragrance collection

on the beat | November 9, 2018
The designer and author just launched his first candle line for HomeGoods under the “Serial Entertainer” brand. After licensing collections in both home and fashion, he tells Business of Home why his personal brand was a piece of cake. By Kaitlin Petersen and Robyn Smith
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