In a new series, BOH invites two designer-authors to discuss their new design books. In the inaugural edition, trailblazing creatives Justina Blakeney and Max Humphrey kick off with a conversation about their new titles.
After founding her firm, designer Rasheeda Gray tapped into the growth strategies for entrepreneurs outlined by small business consultant and author Michael E. Gerber in his book, The E-Myth Revisited. Now, she’s got three questions for Gerber.
This month, Business of Home editors rifled through the pages of three new design books: a survey of de Gournay’s eye-catching wallcoverings, a photo escape to the dreamy homes of upstate New York and a travel tome from the Design Leadership Network.
In ‘Chairpedia,’ a new book from contemporary design company Andreu World, designers can find a wealth of anecdotes about chairs, along with the histories behind some of the industry’s most beloved designs.
This month, Business of Home editors rifled through the pages of three books, all with their own take on blending history and heritage with cutting-edge style—a survey of timeless interiors from Sandra Lucas and Sarah Eilers, a warm Southern welcome from James T. Farmer III, and ultrachic California cool from Nicole Hollis.
Business of Home editors review three design books that dive into industry classics: a style survey from Schumacher, a lesson in color theory from Kvadrat, and a collection of breathtaking marble interiors.
Business of Home editors review three of the summer’s most inspiring new design books: five globetrotting projects from Liaigre, the science behind deliberate design and an intimate look at some classic Palm Beach homes.
Business of Home editors review three of May’s most inspiring new design books: breezy solutions from Parachute founder Ariel Kaye, Luke Hughes on design that stands the test of time, and Rizzoli’s lively tribute to cultural icon Diana Vreeland.