Industry West's new SoHo storefront signals what's to come for the brand

show-rumors | March 14, 2019
Direct-to-consumer furniture e-retailer Industry West is opening its first store in Soho, where shoppers can test products and view exclusive collaborations before pulling the trigger. Business of Home talked to founders Anne and Jordan England to find out what’s next for the growing brand. By Jessica Dailey

After closing his showroom, David Webster ruminates on the industry

show-rumors | February 27, 2019
David Webster recently announced his retirement and the closing of his (now 25,000 square foot) showroom. BOH chatted with him about the evolution of his business, why Boston isn’t just a “brown furniture town,” and the real reason multi-line showrooms are struggling. (Hint: It’s not the internet.) By Fred Nicolaus

With inaugural spring show, Field + Supply will focus on garden

show-rumors | February 21, 2019
This year, interior designer Brad Ford will launch a spring edition of his popular outdoor Field + Supply maker’s market in Kingston, New York. The event, to be held over Memorial Day weekend, will feature the same mix of high-end handmade goods, live music and good vibes as the fall edition—only with a slightly different mix of sellers. By Fred Nicolaus

Roche Bobois, Molteni & C and more opening doors this season

show-rumors | February 19, 2019
In our monthly showroom roundup, Roche Bobois's new Greenwich, Connecticut, shop, Molteni & C's new London spot, 1stdibs's New York gallery grand opening, and more expansions and openings to have on your radar. By Robyn Smith

1stdibs’s new location hints at where the company is headed

show-rumors | February 15, 2019
The day before the new 1stdibs Gallery opened to the public on New York’s west side, we took a quick tour of the 45,000 square foot showroom to find out how the space heralds what’s next for the home furnishings platform as it enters its second chapter of physical retailing. By Fred Nicolaus

Dacor’s U.S. showroom rollout kicks off at the A&D Building

show-rumors | January 31, 2019
For the first time in its history, this year luxury kitchen appliance brand Dacor will open dedicated showrooms. The New York location, which opened today, is the first to debut—and, in what is fast becoming a must for luxury appliance brands, it incorporates a kitchen theater alongside more standard showroom fare. By Fred Nicolaus
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