In this episode of The Business of Home Podcast, Lulu Lytle, founder of U.K.-based traditional craft furniture brand Soane, explains why private equity funding and opaque production methods are incompatible with her business.
On this episode of The Business of Home Podcast, the siblings behind fabric company Dedar share their story on how they have grown their family business and navigated the ever-changing textile industry.
On this episode of the Trade Tales podcast, Colorado designer Matthew Tenzin shares why the industry needs to pay attention to the health impact of design decisions and why what he calls “affluent consciousness” is so important in his client relationships.
On this episode of the Trade Tales podcast, Fall River, Massachusetts–based designer Blair Moore shares how she’s striving to reduce waste in the design process and why maximizing profit isn’t her firm’s biggest focus.
On this episode of The Business of Home Podcast, the London-based designer shares how she sees joy as inextricably linked with mortality—and how that existential awareness impacts her approach to design and life.
On this episode of Trade Tales, Chicago-based designer Amy Kartheiser shares the policy that helps her firm cultivate stellar client relationships, and how she’s protecting her business in case of an industry slowdown.