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Why 'Made in Mexico' works for this SF designer

california edition | March 16, 2018
Splitting his time between San Francisco and Mexico, interior and product designer Jeffry Weisman of Fisher Weisman knows how to divide and conquer his schedule. And as a protégé of Tony Duquette, Weisman also knows a thing or two about finding inspiration and collaborators from other times and ... By Katy B. Olson

How Homepolish is redefining interior design

podcast | March 16, 2018
Homepolish is freeing designers to be designers. In the process, the interior design service is simultaneously demystifying the process of hiring a designer and championing design professionals. On this week’s Business of Home podcast, Homepolish co-founder Noa Santos explains how his company ha...

A Foot in the Door

business of home | March 16, 2018
Enticing designers to leave the comfort of their Aeron chairs to shop in showrooms has never been more difficult. Design centers are finding new ways to sweeten the experience.  Free lunch does exist—it’s available every day, in fact—at the Denver Design District. The meal, hosted daily by a ... By Kaitlin Petersen

Lilly Pulitzer brings preppy to Pottery Barn

collaborations | March 16, 2018
This month, the new Lilly Pulitzer for Pottery Barn collaboration aims to create “a seamless look for every room in the home” by debuting the brand’s hallmark sunny, floral designs at Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen. Lilly Pulitzer Pineapple Paradise Bedroom for PBteen; courtes... By Katy B. Olson

Design's Disruptors

business of home | March 16, 2018
As they build networks, transform business models and seek new ways to bring product to market, these trailblazers show us where innovation is simmering and offer a firsthand look at what’s next. The future of design has never looked brighter. Girl Power ... By Taylor Barker, Katy B. Olson, Kaitlin Petersen & Melissa Studach


business of home | March 16, 2018
This just in: The season's newest showrooms and storefronts.  Los Angeles Knoll opened its second retail location, Knoll Home Design Shop—a 4,000-square-foot Johnston Marklee–designed space in hand-polished gray terrazzo inspired by northern Italian architecture from the 1950s and 1960s. Th... By Staff

Anthropologie Home settles in at Nordstrom

collaborations | March 16, 2018
Anthropologie Home has landed a partnership with Nordstrom: Starting March 19, upwards of 200 items will be sold exclusively at select stores and on The collection will span kitchen, dining and entertaining, bed and bath textiles, room decor, stationery and hardware. Tablet... By Katy B. Olson

Knock It Off!

business of home | March 16, 2018
One of the hazards of innovation is having your great idea stolen. Industry experts unpack the legal protections for designers when copycat products hit the market, the ethical issues at stake, and the far-ranging impact of counterfeits. If Hans J. Wegner’s Wishbone chair had but one wish, it... By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans

The Scoop: Top Stories of the Season

business of home | March 16, 2018
From a major Houzz acquisition and some magazine drama to new funding for design startups, here are the juiciest bites from the Editor at Large news desk. 1 | Havenly and Homepolish step up their games Online design services aren’t going anywhere: Havenly plans to expand its staff and invest... By Staff

Feed Faves

business of home | March 16, 2018
Posing for Scale @kellywearstler A self-portrait with the Pop commode @alexdrewandnoone Alex Rosenhaus poses behind the Simplex Hydrangea mirror, next to Etagere No. 1 When in Paris @sophiedow House Beautiful’s EIC Sophie Donelson, caught matching the bullion fringe and banq... By Staff
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