On this week’s podcast, Ingrao shares a rare in-depth look at his 40-year career, from his early days at RISD and Sotheby’s to landing a dozen-page Vogue feature in the early aughts—and what he’s working on now.
On this week’s BOH podcast, Chad Stark talks bringing his family’s 80-year-old luxury rug brand, Stark Carpet, into the digital age—and how legacy brands can avoid the common traps that can lead to obsoletion.
In the early aughts, brothers Philip and Jeffrey Bershad took over the family wallcovering business from their father and have since grown it to employ 160 people, with operations all over the world. In this episode of the Business of Home podcast, they speak with host Dennis Scully about their work hard/play hard company culture, the advantages of focusing on a niche, and why something called WIPTAG has made all the difference.
After fleeing Cuba with his family as a child, Vicente Wolf had anything but a traditional path to building a 45-year run as a designer. On the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, Wolf reflects on his unconventional journey, the role of design media in his career, and why he’s not retiring anytime soon.
In the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, Angie Hicks shares why building trust and being a good neighbor enabled Angie’s List to become one of the largest home services networks in the country.
Over the past decade, East Fork has grown into a thriving contemporary ceramics brand. On the latest BOH podcast, two of the Asheville, North Carolina–based brand’s co-founders, Alex and Connie Matisse, discuss plans for scaling sustainably.