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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

Required reading: Vincent Darré, AB Concept, and off-the-grid hideaways

on the beat | February 8, 2019
In this month’s roundup, we take a look at three design books that caught our eye: Surreal Interiors of Paris by Vincent Darré, a monograph on Hong Kong architecture and interiors firm AB Concept, and Off The Grid, a paean to self-sufficient homes. By Fred Nicolaus

Oomph celebrates its 10th anniversary with 10 designer collaborations

on the beat | February 4, 2019
In honor of its first decade in business, the Connecticut-based furniture and lighting brand Oomph collaborated with top designers including Amanda Lindroth, Mark D. Sikes and India Hicks on 10 singular, celebratory pieces. By Kaitlin Petersen

Could this button help eliminate fake furniture?

on the beat | January 28, 2019
Netherlands–based furniture brand Moooi has debuted the Button, a new technology that works with an app to gives users information on a product’s design, including its origin. By Robyn Smith

How sensory design is creating healthier homes

on the beat | December 6, 2018
Sensory design, which engages our senses, can have a significant positive impact on mental and physical wellness. Learn how it could take over residential interiors. By Robyn Smith

What does ‘performance’ really mean?

on the beat | November 26, 2018
Performance fabrics, once exclusively used for commercial projects, are becoming the go-to choice for residential designers and clients—but what exactly does ‘performance’ mean? 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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