Today, Stark announced its most price-friendly line yet, Stark Studio Rug Essentials. In a direct-to-consumer twist, it will be offered beyond the confines of the trade, on One Kings Lane, Chairish and Perigold.
A fan’s love for a favorite character may be priceless, but licensed decor is worth $26 billion for the home industry. While a Harry Potter–themed room may never grace the cover of House Beautiful, designers and brands would be foolish to turn up their noses at the opportunity to work with fans and collectors. But how can they do it without sacrificing their own standards?
Some creative businesses are so niche, the fact they haven’t been pushed into extinction by quick-ship behemoths is reason enough to celebrate. Artisan surfaces company Tabarka Studio has not only survived, it has flourished despite the wider move toward automation, volume and lower price points. How?
Scott Hudson, the CEO of Henrybuilt, has spent nearly 15 years trying to create a mid-range custom cabinet company. Today, he launches Space Theory, a new brand that he hopes will bring performance kitchens to a wider audience.
Today the Bahamas, tomorrow the world. Nassau-based interior designer Amanda Lindroth is on a quest to bring her island-inspired style to a wider audience. The first outpost in her expanding empire? A charming shop in Charleston, South Carolina, opening in May.
This month, Business of Home takes a look at three design books that caught our eye: the first survey of the sleek residences by McClean Design, a fun design guide from Farrow & Ball and a debut monograph from Jeff Andrews.
For the first time, the two well-known antiques marketplaces will unite. Starting May 1, 100 pieces of furniture and decorative objects will be available, including seven petal-form side tables designed by interior designer Juan Montoya.