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June 22, 2020
In the era of self-care, getting enough Zs is a rising priority. When it comes to creating a bedroom, what design decisions will actually make a difference?
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June 17, 2020
The study of design’s impact on mental health is a relatively new field, but early research points to a crucial role for designers at the intersection of psychology and design.
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June 15, 2020
Sometimes you walk into a room, and there’s no other way to describe it: It simply feels right. Chances are, that vibe is no accident. It might just be feng shui.
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June 11, 2020
If the phrase prefab home doesn’t conjure up images of health and serenity, there’s a reason for that. In Europe, manufactured housing can be a luxury product, but in the States, the concept has taken a long time to shake the stigma of association with low-cost homogeneity. However, the tides may be turning as a new generation of entrepreneurs explores the possibilities of prefab. This time around, the appeal isn’t just price point—it’s also wellness.
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June 10, 2020
As a new generation of clients comes of age, and technology continues to seep its way into every corner of a decidedly old-school profession, it’s likely that design won’t be exactly the same in 2030 as it is in 2020. What will it be like? And just as importantly, what will it be worth? A travel agent has some surprising insights.
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June 3, 2020
As a new generation of clients comes of age, and technology continues to seep its way into every corner of a decidedly old-school profession, it’s likely that design won’t be exactly the same in 2030 as it is in 2020. What will it be like? And just as importantly, what will it be worth? We asked two historians for their view.
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June 2, 2020
Because of the inherent environmental and social complexities of the cotton industry, there’s a lot more to consider about a comforter than just its thread count.Boll & Branch co-founder Missy Tannen spoke with BOH about how a quest for new linens led her to leave her career as an elementary school teacher and start a feel-good bedding line.
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