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Peter Sallick on how to future-proof design

podcast | May 20, 2019
Waterworks CEO Peter Sallick tells BOH podcast host Dennis Scully how he spun success from the Great Recession, the strategy behind selling to RH, and how he always stays a step ahead. By Fred Nicolaus

Wendy Goodman and the power of yes

podcast | May 13, 2019
On this week’s BOH podcast, the longtime New York magazine design editor discusses her storied career and why she good design is always personal By Fred Nicolaus

Kit Kemp on why designers should stick to their guns

podcast | May 6, 2019
Since the ’80s, Kit Kemp has been bringing color, craft and high style to Firmdale Hotels on both sides of the Atlantic. In this week’s Business of Home podcast, she shares the wisdom she’s accrued over her storied career. By Fred Nicolaus

Jack Lenor Larsen on his career and what's next

podcast | April 29, 2019
In this week’s Business of Home podcast, host Dennis Scully chats with famed textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen about working with Frank Lloyd Wright, design world dance parties, his near miss with imprisonment in Myanmar, and what’s next. By Fred Nicolaus

Why interior design can’t be Uber-ized

podcast | April 22, 2019
In the world of design startups, scaling up is often the goal—but not for web-based brand Décor Aid. In this week’s Business of Home podcast, co-founder Sean Juneja explains why his strategy focuses on maintaining steady growth and personal relationships. By Fred Nicolaus

Bernie de Le Cuona’s ‘unpopular ideas’ may be just what the industry needs

podcast | April 15, 2019
Bernie de Le Cuona, founder and CEO of her namesake fabric house, is a veteran of the industry, but she’s not living in the past. On the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, she tells host Dennis Scully why she prefers the excitement—and even the instability—of a shifting marketplace. By Fred Nicolaus

Christophe Caillaud on the challenges of succession at Liaigre

podcast | April 8, 2019
On this week’s Business of Home podcast, Liaigre president and CEO Christophe Caillaud discusses how he got here, his strategy for the company’s future, and why he still believes e-commerce has nothing on the showroom experience. By Haley Chouinard

Bobby Berk has paid his dues

podcast | April 1, 2019
In this week’s Business of Home podcast, Dennis Scully chats with the Queer Eye star about his humble beginnings, the path to design superstardom, and his new furniture line for A.R.T. By Fred Nicolaus

Jamie Drake takes it personally

podcast | March 25, 2019
In this week’s Business of Home podcast, Jamie Drake reflects on an illustrious career designing for clients such as Michael Bloomberg, and discusses why Drake + Anderson’s next chapter will feature a growing focus on the Chinese market. By Fred Nicolaus

David Sutherland on where opportunity exists today

podcast | March 18, 2019
Since opening his first multi-line showroom more than 40 years ago, David Sutherland has had a front-row seat to industry shifts. The entrepreneur shares his take on selling direct to consumers, the state of the multi-line showroom, and why partnering with companies like Restoration Hardware is smarter than competing with them. By Mel Studach
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