Tools like Google Lens allow users to wave a smartphone at a product and quickly discover what it is (and, potentially, how much it costs). BOH explores where the tech is now, where it’s headed, and what it means for the design industry.
For years, the cohort of Americans born between 1997 and 2012 was a formless mass of young people. But as the first digitally native generation comes of age, they’ve taken shape quickly, minting celebrities, slang, music, fashion—and, of course, distinct preferences in decorative accessories and quality home furnishings.
The rigorous certification, which judges a company’s ethical and environmental practices, is on the rise. Five home brands from across a range of categories discuss their journey to secure the designation.
In a marketplace saturated with capsule collections and surprise releases, D2C paint brand Backdrop stands out for its collabs with unexpected partners like Dunkin’ Donuts and Madewell. Here’s how they work.