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February 12, 2020
All of the noise over the past decade has been about disruption, but there are still new companies launching with a traditional trade-focused, showroom-centric model. Business of Home chatted with two of them: South + English and Atelier Purcell.
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February 5, 2020
Old-guard trade shows, hip newcomers, big mergers and fresh partners—we break down the twists and turns of what’s promising to be New York’s biggest Design Week yet. It’s even going to Staten Island (really).
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January 29, 2020
After years of being asked simple design questions by friends, decorator Stephanie Rodriguez Purzycki teamed up with digital marketer Kaitlin Madden Armon to found The Finish, an hourly interior design service that aims to tackle small-scale design issues like choosing paint colors or styling a living room.
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January 15, 2020
A new partnership between the fabric giant and luxury retailer offers to-the-trade textiles on a quick-ship timeline. BOH caught up with Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams chairman and co-founder Mitchell Gold and CEO Allison O’Connor to find out why they see the expanded fabric offering from Kravet as a speedy alternative to COM for their designer clients.
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January 8, 2020
Kathryn M. Ireland’s online design platform, The Perfect Room, just added six new marquee designers as contributors and is looking to open a new investment round. BOH checks in with Ireland on where the site stands and what’s on deck for 2020.
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December 4, 2019
The demise of Homepolish in September left many designers struggling to recover their businesses. Now, a cadre of ex-Homepolishers are launching a new organization: Interior Collab, which aims to connect designers with projects—minus the middleman.
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