comings & goings

India Hicks shutters her lifestyle brand

comings & goings | July 5, 2019
The former model, style icon, daughter of renowned British decorator David Hicks announced on Wednesday that her eponymous lifestyle line is shuttering. By Kaitlin Petersen

Passing the baton: Interior Define’s founder and new CEO on the next chapter

weekly feature | July 3, 2019
After six years at the helm, Interior Define founder Rob Royer moves into a new role as chairman of the board. BOH caught up with Royer and his brand’s new CEO, Bonobos and ModCloth alum Anthony Nieves—to discuss the company’s growth, brand-building around a strong value proposition, and knowing when the time is right for a big move. By Kaitlin Petersen

New executives at Artsy, Interior Define and more

comings & goings | July 1, 2019
Though many are in vacation mode around this time, this month’s newly titled industry professionals are decidedly not. Read on to learn about the latest hires in design, manufacturing, media and more. By Robyn Smith

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams has a new CEO

comings & goings | June 12, 2019
Last year, Mitchell Gold told Business of Home that he and his partner Bob Williams were searching for a new CEO to lead their eponymous furniture brand into its next chapter. Today, the hunt is over: The pair have hired omnichannel executive Allison O’Connor as the new president and chief executive of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. By Fred Nicolaus

New executives at Workshop/APD, Moore & Giles, and more

comings & goings | June 3, 2019
As the temperature rises, so does the excitement for these newly titled industry professionals. Read on to learn about the latest hires in design, manufacturing, media and more. By Robyn Smith

The poetry of a window: Ellen O’Neill joins The Shade Store

weekly feature | May 29, 2019
Ellen O’Neill, former creative director of Benjamin Moore, decamps this week to The Shade Store as senior vice president of creative and visual. BOH asked O’Neill about how her vision fits in with the brand’s ambitious big-picture plans. By Fred Nicolaus

An imperfect union: What went wrong at Robert Allen Duralee—and what’s to come?

weekly feature | May 15, 2019
On May 2, RADG was saved from liquidation by Tennessee–based real estate developer Brant Enderle, who purchased the failing company for $19 million. On the same day, Enderle issued a round of layoffs, letting go of a reported 36 employees, including the entire executive leadership team. BOH analyzes how the brand got here and where it’s headed next. By Kaitlin Petersen

Clinton Smith to take the helm at New England Home

weekly feature | May 8, 2019
This summer, former Veranda editor in chief Clinton Smith will take the reins at Esteem Media’s New England Home. The Dallas native tells BOH about his plans for the bimonthly shelter magazine, and the passion project he developed during his time off. By Kaitlin Petersen
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