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August 7, 2019
More than a decade ago, Jaime Derringer launched Design Milk as an elevated independent design blog. After turning down many an offer, Derringer finally sold the brand to Ahalife in February, marking the start of Design Milk's next chapter and new e-commerce strategy.
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August 2, 2019
Flip through the pages of shelter magazines (or scroll through your Instagram feed) and you’ll notice something so ubiquitous it’s rarely questioned: The overwhelming majority of design photography depicts rooms during the day. Why? After talking to designers, photographers, editors, photo directors and one legend, we have a few ideas.
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August 1, 2019
@TheOldHouseBeautiful, the Instagram account that briefly set the design media world on fire, has been shut down.
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July 15, 2019
Last year, Atlanta designer Celeste Alexander put her three-decade-long career on pause to launch Curated Quarters, a quarterly print and digital magazine featuring the work of African-American designers.
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June 24, 2019
Two weeks ago, the Meredith-owned shelter magazine announced that it would transition from a subscription model to a quarterly, newsstand-only special-interest publication amid widespread layoffs. BOH caught up with the Meredith president Doug Olson and Traditional Home editor in chief Jill Waage to find out what precipitated the changes at the beloved title, why the company still believes in Trad Home, and what comes next.
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June 6, 2019
Meredith-owned shelter magazine Traditional Home will cease regular publication and become a special interest publication. As part of the cutback, the magazine laid off the majority of its employees Thursday morning; only a handful of staffers remain, including editor in chief Jill Waage.
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