Publishers and editors alike are departing traditional shelter publications for roles at brands. BOH spoke to several who had made the switch to investigate what it says about the future of design content.
Kristen Rivoli, a designer based in Boston, wanted to find a way to work with lower-budget clients while still servicing her higher-end customers. Her solution was a new take on the room-in-a-box model.
Each week in 2020, BOH editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen profiled a designer in every state for the 50 States Project. Here, she shares key insights gleaned from dozens of conversations with (and searches for) designers across the U.S.
In a new American consumer survey, 51 percent of respondents said they’re “ice-obsessed,” estimating that they consume over 400 pounds of ice per year. We spoke with kitchen experts about why that statistic comes as no surprise
A new study from the Sustainable Furnishings Council found that most clients don’t ask designers to exclude potentially toxic products. BOH spoke to experts about why toxin awareness has been slow to gain traction and how the A&D industry can make the future of furniture healthier.
SideDoor, a digital platform that launched in September, aims to increase designers’ access to trade brands and boost their margins on product commissions. Founder Lynsey Humphrey tells BOH how she hopes SideDoor will re-empower designers.
Former Dessin Fournir employees Amy Brown, Bill Caballero and Scott Hamel are relaunching the Dessin Fournir, Gérard, Therien and Quatrain brands under the name Fournir Collections. The trio fill BOH in on their plans for reviving and reinventing the business.