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May 27, 2020
Designer Laurence Carr has built her career around a focus on wellness and sustainability. Business of Home chatted with her about her process, how she gets clients to buy in, and how she’s pivoting to digital in the midst of the pandemic.
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May 20, 2020
While much of the country is still facing shutdowns, other parts are getting back to business. With that comes the opening of two Southern showhouses whose designers and organizers are trying to see the upside of opening in an unprecedented time.
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May 6, 2020
As states begin to lift shutdown orders, design centers and showrooms are faced with the challenge of how to reopen safely. But with wildly varying regulations and attitudes across the country, the new normal for businesses may take many different forms.
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April 29, 2020
In an effort to find out how to hook a new project in the midst of a pandemic, Business of Home spoke to five designers who have landed new business since the crisis began. Each situation was a little different, but one thing was universal: the feeling of relief.
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April 22, 2020
The coronavirus is the latest factor complicating the multiline showroom model. BOH checks in with business owners about how they’ve fared since shutting their doors and how they plan to navigate the challenges ahead. (Hint: With a healthy dose of optimism.)
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April 15, 2020
Across the country, a famously busy community of makers and manufacturers is looking to make the most of factory and workshop shutdowns.
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April 8, 2020
Color consults via FaceTime. Living rooms used as receiving facilities. Pandemic or no, designers across the country are finding creative ways to keep business moving.
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April 1, 2020
As social distancing measures have been implemented across the country, for now all interior design is e-design. Traditional firms exploring the practice are discovering new opportunities online—and facing new challenges.
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March 11, 2020
Before her first name became synonymous with the now-ubiquitous coastal lifestyle brand Serena & Lily, Serena Dugan was a painter and textile designer working in Northern California. Now, a few years after leaving the company she helped build, Dugan has come full circle, with a wallpaper and textile line launched under her own (full) name.
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