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Nina Campbell on how the interior design profession has changed

podcast | February 11, 2019
In this week’s episode of the Business of Home podcast, British designer Nina Campbell takes a look back on the interior design profession of yore—which never included buying furniture from a store—while imparting her insights on the profession today. By Mel Studach

How brand loyalty allowed Rifle Paper Co. to break into home

podcast | January 28, 2019
In this week’s episode of the Business of Home podcast, husband and wife co-founders Anna and Nathan Bond share the mistakes made and lessons learned in the building of Rifle Paper Co., and president Trish Whalen adds how the company is planning for its next phase of growth. By Mel Studach

How Chairish founders Anna and Gregg Brockway are applying tech chops to design

podcast | January 21, 2019
Silicon Valley-steeped Chairish co-founders Anna and Gregg Brockway share their vision for a more transactable design world, their strategy behind the recent Dering Hall acquisition—and how their passion for antiques and vintage lead them to build the largest online platform for home furnishings in the U.S. By Mel Studach

Why Annie Selke values company culture above all else

podcast | January 7, 2019
In this week’s episode of the Business of Home podcast, the founder and CEO of Annie Selke Company shares how she keeps employees for decades, why evaluating demand remains one of the business’s biggest challenges and why she’ll never sell product through Amazon. By Mel Studach

How the Matouk family business evolved for the next generation

podcast | December 10, 2018
For luxury textile manufacturer Matouk, managing new retail channels and category extensions have proven just as challenging as a century of economic and political shifts. Third-generation president and CEO George Matouk, Jr. shares how the company coped—and came out stronger on the other side. By Mel Studach

The surprising trait that’s made Clodagh most successful

boh podcast | December 3, 2018
The self-taught Irish designer reveals the characteristic she credits for her success, the philosophy behind her interiors and how she finds zen—even in the back of a New York taxi cab. By Mel Studach

Why Blu Dot wants to make good design democratic

boh podcast | November 26, 2018
Blu Dot set out to make design democratic in an era when venture capital, easy access to modern design and an assertive brand voice didn’t exist in the home industry. By Mel Studach
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