So far, artificial intelligence's impact on the design industry has mostly been limited to behind-the-scenes functions. Will AI ever be able to do a designer's job as well as a human? BOH investigates.
The design industry has long been plagued by knockoffs. Now, a new Instagram account aims to shine a light on offenders to bring them to (social media) justice. But that mission might be more complicated than it looks.
The Hamptons have always been fertile retail testing ground for home brands. But in a post-pandemic world of changing local residential demographics and disappearing pop-ups, how realistic is opening a Hamptons store?
The Kaleidoscope Project, a new showhouse in Lenox, Massachusetts, features the work of nearly two dozen BIPOC designers in a historic inn, creating a space that will live on (and welcome guests) for years to come.
A few months ago, trade brands started sending out emails announcing price increases and shipping surcharges. BOH explores why it’s happening, and how designers are dealing with a “wild west” for cost hikes.
The home boom means residential designers are more in-demand than ever, leading some to start their own firms and others to seek out lucrative new jobs. Here’s a snapshot of today’s hyper-competitive design job market.
As the pandemic has made much of the working world reconsider the value of working remotely, more designers across the industry are recognizing the benefits of bringing on (or becoming) virtual employees.
Unlike the influencer-saturated fashion and beauty spheres, the influencer marketing model has been slow to take hold in the home industry, especially the high end. Here’s why—and when to expect that to change.
Even as drawn-out lead times continue to plague the home industry, not all brands are suffering. BOH checked in with leaders at companies that are capitalizing on the challenges of the moment to find success.