On the Beat

1stdibs and Christie’s join forces on new space

on the beat | April 17, 2019
For the first time, the two well-known antiques marketplaces will unite. Starting May 1, 100 pieces of furniture and decorative objects will be available, including seven petal-form side tables designed by interior designer Juan Montoya. By Robyn Smith

Required reading: Lee Ledbetter, Mona Hajj and Veranda

on the beat | April 5, 2019
This month, Business of Home takes a look at three design books that caught our eye: a richly textured look at designer Mona Hajj’s oeuvre, a collection of Lee Ledbetter’s artful interiors, and the latest tome from Veranda. By Haley Chouinard

Alison Rose on serendipity and her new Artistic Tile line

on the beat | March 28, 2019
New York–based designer Alison Rose teamed up with Artistic Tile to launch a custom collection of bold geometric shapes inspired by Bauhaus furniture and antique flooring that will appeal to both classic design aesthetes and millennials. By Fred Nicolaus

Nothing to debut next week

show & tell | March 7, 2019
The new Brooklyn–based biophilic design collective maximizes each member’s talents to produce bespoke, naturally sourced sculptures, decor and furnishings. By Robyn Smith

A new day for heritage porcelain brands

on the beat | February 22, 2019
Luxury porcelain brands Meissen, Villeroy & Boch and Lladró share some ways in which they’ve stayed relevant through the decades (or centuries). By Robyn Smith
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