Everything old is new again. It’s an adage as easily applied to design as to TV shows, so it should come as no surprise that ...
Another month into 2021, and new industry showrooms continue to crop up. In our February roundup, Business of Home has ...
I eavesdropped on an intimate conversation between a small group of interior designers. Or at least, it felt that way. I was ...
This week, the internet is abuzz with The Englander, a 141-year-old Victorian mansion that made its way through the streets ...
The textile industry is rife with waste—from scraps of discarded fabric to the sizable carbon footprint of factory production ...
RH is making lots of headlines, Bed Bath & Beyond seems to be turning around its business, and Ashley and Ikea are growing faster than most other industry players. But if you had to point to the home ...
For many design firms, Instagram has become as important as having a website, but it can also mean fielding dozens (or more!) ...
Since the rollout of its trade program in early 2019, The Container Store has been on a mission to be a valuable resource for ...
These days, interior designers work in metal, marble, resin, foam and neon gas, but fabric remains the underpinning of the ...
S. Harris has teamed up with the Black Artists + Designers Guild to launch Orejen, a collection of textiles, wallcoverings ...
No one likes moving furniture. Whether you’re switching houses or just bringing in a new piece of upholstery, it’s big, it’s ...
All of that is to say that Druckman and the NYDC—this year celebrating its 95th anniversary—go way back. Back to the days when the building was a regional wholesale furniture market, before High Point ...