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How design companies are now using data to their benefit

weekly feature | July 11, 2018
Creating workspace for a new employee can be arduous in any office. When tasked with helping a client make room for over a dozen new interns, contemporary furniture brand Herman Miller had to think strategically. Luckily, the company’s Live OS technology was already in place to collect a range o... By Melissa Studach

Meet Multiply, the new owners of Domino Media Group

weekly feature | June 27, 2018
Domino Media Group has moved—owners, that is. On Monday, St. Louis–based digital media company Multiply purchased the shelter publication from its group of investors, which had relaunched it in 2013. Jessica Romm Perez, editor in chief of Domino; photo by Taylor Jewell courtesy Domino Med... By Melissa Studach

Your room design was misappropriated. Now what?

weekly feature | June 20, 2018
It was three years after Ontario interior designer Regina Sturrock designed a luxury model house for a well-known builder—the scope of which entailed architectural detailing, millwork design and, as she puts it, “the finer points of interior design and decor”—when she discovered that another des... By Katy B. Olson

Designers’ Guide to summer in the Hamptons

weekly feature | June 13, 2018
Puppies with Peter Marino, midsummer cocktails at Alex Papachristidis’s Bridgehampton abode, showhouses large and slightly-less-so … Summertime in the Hamptons for designers has, historically speaking, been legendary. Everyone’s favorite season is just a week away, and with it are the events,... By Katy B. Olson

Meet design’s new category: Resimercial

weekly feature | June 6, 2018
If you haven’t done the math, take our word for it: Residential plus commercial equals resimercial, or interior design for commercial spaces that embraces the qualities of the home. It’s a trend that’s poised to change the industry for designers and manufacturers alike, and one that will make it... By Katy Olson and Melissa Studach

Behind the most creative marketing campaigns of the season

weekly feature | May 30, 2018
Disruption in the name of progress stands at the forefront of this season’s advertising campaigns. We’ve scoured the masses, from print to digital to on-air, to round up the top three marketing ventures that caught not only our attention, but also that of consumers. (Just wait ’til you see these... By Melissa Studach

Is Facebook taking on Houzz?

weekly feature | May 23, 2018
Just this morning, the granddaddy of social media announced its latest effort to enter the home world: Facebook Marketplace is partnering with on-demand service providers HomeAdvisor, Porch and Handy to help users source assistance on home jobs of all kinds, from major renovations to plumbing an... By Katy B. Olson

Lily Kanter’s next act

weekly feature | May 16, 2018
Lily Kanter’s got a brand new bag—about 50 of them, actually, and they’re all in her just-launched catalog. Following over a decade as CEO and co-founder of casual-coastal decor brand Serena & Lily, Kanter now launches Boon Supply Co., an online retailer selling lifestyle products (BPA-free ... By Katy B. Olson

Your guide to tackling NYCxDesign

weekly feature | May 9, 2018
Happy New York design week—er, month? NYCxDesign, the city’s yearly celebration of all facets of design, has mushroomed into a veritable monthlong love affair. Technically speaking, NYCxDesign runs May 11 to 23, but many of our favorites have already started—and many others promise to keep the p... By Katy B. Olson & Melissa Studach

This collective meets marketplace concept answers retail woes

real estate | May 2, 2018
Radnor, a collective of brands in a series of residential pop-ups, isn’t just a genius merchandising and marketing play. It is also former Future Perfect collaborator Susan Clark’s answer to the brick-and-mortar conundrum: expensive real estate combined with declining showroom traffic. Radnor... By Katy B. Olson
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