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Skyline Furniture has partnered with ALL3D to produce (affordable) 3D renderings for its new collection. The women behind the two brands tells BOH why the move is a long-term investment that will outlast the pandemic. bit.ly/3j1xmfe
In our weekly digest, a legislative win for @ASID and IIDA in Colorado, Schumacher dips its toes into lighting design and more. Read on for the announcements crossing the BOH news desk this week. bit.ly/3crktsd
New season, new hires. Read on to learn more about the latest hires in design, manufacturing, media and more. bit.ly/3cltLGk
Dani Blake and Gary Inman were about to launch a boutique firm together before the pandemic—the slowdown inspired them to reimagine the traditional concept of a business partnership. Now they’ll team up creatively while maintaining individual companies. bit.ly/3kC4fzz
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, Los Angeles designer Joe Lucas talks the future of multilines, why he chose a street-level location over a design center, and how he handles design copycats. bit.ly/33L6ytb
In the 37th installment of the 50 States Project, BOH spoke with Portland, Oregon–based Jessica Helgerson about her criteria for choosing projects, balancing residential and commercial work, and why she doesn’t hide her politics on Instagram. bit.ly/33HztOU
Pottery Barn has launched Pottery Barn Renewed, a line of recycled products made in partnership with The Renewal Workshop. The women spearheading the sustainable collaboration tell BOH how the partnership was born. bit.ly/35Wuo86
In BOH's most recent Trade Tales column, we asked six designers to get real about how they’ve adjusted to virtual events and engaging with the design community in a digital-first world. bit.ly/3hLvUMt
In 2021, @GalerieMag will leave current publisher @SANDOW for a new partnership with the publisher of Aspire Design and Home. The execs involved in the deal tell BOH about the strategy behind the move. bit.ly/32CLkyu
Just as inspiring as the fiery foliage of autumn are the rich neutrals that ground a space. BOH highlights eight cozy new neutral designs that capture fall’s warm, inviting spirit. bit.ly/2RCYgy6
Interior designer Kia Weatherspoon is fighting outdated government policies to bring design to underserved communities. She tells BOH about the challenges she’s facing and why she’s calling on the whole industry to push for change. bit.ly/3hzFnGI
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, @CB2 president Ryan Turf discusses the company’s brand evolution, why brick-and-mortar still matters, and how the right collaborations are pushing the retailer in a more design-forward, designer-friendly direction. bit.ly/2E5n2Uo
In the 36th installment of the 50 States Project, BOH spoke with Tulsa, Oklahoma–based Bailey Austin Bird about the beauty of being a versatile designer, her ultraselective client-vetting process, and why she tracks every four-minute call. bit.ly/2DXE4Un
Seven interior designers—Melissa Bodie, Kati Curtis, Javier Fernandez, Taj Hunter Waite, Christina Nielsen, Alisa Popelka and Danielle Rollins—share the most significant ways the virus has affected their businesses. bit.ly/3bNTtmB
Online home marketplace @chairishco has raised $33 million in Series B funding, bringing its total funding to $50 million. CEO Gregg Brockway tells BOH how the influx will bolster the company’s online shopping infrastructure. bit.ly/3k6Ejf2
Cost Plus World Market is one of several brands that Bed Bath & Beyond has sought to unload this year. Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg explains why it could be a steal for a savvy buyer. bit.ly/32hql3P
Labor Day may have signified the end of summer, but there’s no reason to say goodbye to florals. These eight blossoming prints and accessories are perfect for autumn. bit.ly/3bK0ZyO
BREAKING NEWS: Asad Syrkett has been named editor in chief of @ELLEDECOR. The design writer and editor, who was most recently managing New York operations and business development for Swedish D2C furniture brand Hem, reports to work on September 14. bit.ly/2F5N8qU
In the 35th installment of the 50 States Project, BOH spoke with Columbus, Ohio–based Julie Paulino about relaunching her business after a five-year pause, the challenges of networking as an introvert, and why she’s starting an online concept store. bit.ly/3bGcuao
In our weekly digest, Las Vegas Market reports summer attendance figures, @AptTherapy launches a new home-tidying series, and more. Read on for the announcements crossing the BOH news desk this week. bit.ly/33g1htg
Design media veteran Beth Brenner joins DIY cabinet brand Semihandmade as president, tapping Molly McDermott Walsh as new marketing VP of the “company on the move.” bit.ly/32b11g6
Christiane Lemieux discusses leaving The Inside and starting her new brand, Lemieux et Cie, which is launching with Artisanal Modernism, a historically inspired 150-piece collection sold through Anthropologie. bit.ly/2QRK9o1
Blue can blend seamlessly into any palette, anchoring a color scheme without stealing the show. Discover 11 new pieces that show just how much the hue can do. bit.ly/3bmJ3Kx
In a preview of its trend forecast for 2021 and 2022, @heimtextil predicts that post-pandemic, what’s old will be new again as consumers prioritize sustainability. bit.ly/2EV7yT1
In our weekly digest, small businesses are struggling, Walmart joins the TikTok bid, and more. Read on for the announcements crossing the BOH news desk this week. bit.ly/3bipVNw
Paige Cleveland, founder of Rule of Three, tells BOH how the brand’s new digitally printed fabric line preserves its artisan heritage while bringing it into the (more affordable) future. bit.ly/32MhN42
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, @MooreandGiles president Sackett Wood describes how the brand has weathered 87 years of retail market changes and where it’s headed next. bit.ly/32Ix4D1
Following Design Within Reach’s integration of a buy-now, pay-later tool from Affirm into its e-commerce model, BOH spoke with the two companies to learn more about the decision, and why the move made sense right now. bit.ly/3hXiygY
In the 34th installment of the 50 States Project, BOH spoke with Fargo, North Dakota–based Lindsey Christie of Lindsey Grace Interiors—she talks about the importance of on-the-job learning, why e-design hasn’t taken off for her firm, and more. bit.ly/31HhYyg
Amid our national reckoning with racial inequality, designers and brands are stepping up to create scholarships and internship programs aimed at diversifying the industry. bit.ly/3bjtT8L
Starting a firm is full of important choices, but choosing the right people to join your new team is particularly crucial to success. BOH asked five designers what positions they hired for first. bit.ly/3lxMF0X
With the debut of her edgy-meets-elevated collection for CB2, designer Kara Mann tells BOH about the differences between partnering with retailers and trade brands—and why she drew inspiration from the aesthetic of her adolescence. bit.ly/34DtWLb
Light-hued wood tones add depth and modernity to any room. BOH rounded up six new pieces that offer a fresh take on classic wooden furniture. bit.ly/2EFbW8w
Ten years ago, Universal Furniture’s main customers were retail chains. Now, the company is thriving with a showroom in High Point, partnerships with Coastal Living and Miranda Kerr, and an upcoming outdoor furniture line. How did they do it? bit.ly/31th8oK
Veteran interior designer Alexa Hampton is in the process of developing and shopping a show, Style with Alexa Hampton, in which she interviews designers, craftspeople and artisans. bit.ly/2EvQe6Z
In our weekly digest, @amazon is betting on offices, Eileen Fisher is teaming up with @westelm, and more. Read on for the announcements crossing the BOH news desk this week. bit.ly/31uMStT
In the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, entrepreneur Katy Polsby tells host @DennisScully the story of rescuing heritage wallpaper brand CW Stockwell, why she's choosing digital distribution over showrooms and more. bit.ly/2FQO6qJ
As the summer carries on, a number of new showrooms, shops and galleries are cropping up across the country. In this month’s roundup, here are all the expansions and openings to have on your radar. bit.ly/3gnGXLb
The latest Strategic Insights report from @FurnitureToday spotlights the continued growth of e-commerce furniture sales. Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg breaks down the numbers and explains what proverbial wisdom got wrong about online retailing. bit.ly/3hj3dHp
As fall begins to creep in, BOH rounded up nine new earth-toned pieces that are engaging, chic and cozy. bit.ly/3hayGLT
Hard to think of a decorator more traditional than Sister Parish, but in recent conversations with Parish’s granddaughter and great-granddaughter about the family brand, the topics were decidedly 21st century: IG Live, e-commerce, even transparent pricing. bit.ly/2Qb0P9M
Ahead of a September 1 launch, BOH spoke to designer and wellness consultant Jamie Gold about her upcoming book, Wellness by Design: A Room-by-Room Guide to Optimizing Your Home for Health. bit.ly/31eJzH5
It’s not quite business-as-usual, but these industry players are making moves just the same. Read on to learn more about the latest hires in design, manufacturing, media and more. bit.ly/319xD9z
It’s all about the mix—the question is how you get there. These two California designers unpack their best practices for adding color and pattern to a room for maximum effect. bit.ly/3haFedn
In the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, designer Michael S. Smith shares behind-the-scenes details of his experience decorating the Obama White House. bit.ly/3kSDPum
Design editors Sabine Rothman and Emilio Pimentel-Reid created Interiors Academy, a series of live talks with design experts across the world. As the Instagram Live craze dies down, can they move the conversations beyond social media? bit.ly/2E5b0d1
Brass is a versatile metal that can provide a grounding feel or a splash of modernity. BOH found nine striking new brass accent pieces sure to enhance any space. bit.ly/2XYXIpM
After filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in July, cookware chain Sur La Table has sold for $88.9 million to CSC Generation, the same company that scooped up One Kings Lane earlier this year. bit.ly/2PI16Rg
In our weekly digest, Ethan Allen’s quarterly losses, Amazon’s mall takeover, and more. Read on for the announcements crossing the BOH news desk this week. bit.ly/3ahchtE
BOH caught up with Philadelphia-based glassblower John Pomp to talk about how he grew his company from two people to 40, the future of the multiline model, and the rewards of balancing art and business. bit.ly/2Chj6yL
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