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Bienvenue a Paris! An interior designer's guide to Paris design week

weekly feature | December 13, 2017
Are you among the hundreds of American designers preparing for Deco Off and Maison et Objet? If not, there's still time to make it happen and plenty of reasons why you should. Get a head start on your Paris planning with our guide to all the goings-on, and keep your eye on this space—we'll cover... By Katy B. Olson

Designers’ Guide to Miami Art Week

weekly feature | November 29, 2017
Thousands of international art dealers, collectors and aficionados will assemble in Miami next week for one of, if not the, nation’s most comprehensive art celebrations. Anchored by Art Basel Miami Beach, the annual Miami Art Week gathers contemporary works created by masters and emerging artist... By Melissa Studach

Your guide to the deals, steals, and primo pop-ups of the season

weekly feature | November 22, 2017
Thanksgiving is tomorrow, which means one thing and one thing only for anyone who shops for a living—Black Friday and its attendant deals are approximately 48 hours away. In the spirit of the season, plenty of brands, on and off the radar, have pulled together pop-up shops and deal-and-steal sal... By Katy B. Olson

RISD profs' tool allows anyone to create custom woven fabrics online

weekly feature | November 14, 2017
The creators of a digital loom called Weft (which, in weaving lingo, refers to an article of woven fabric or a filling thread) are hoping to transform the woven fabrics industry. Offering custom wovens (as opposed to surface-printed fabrics, which are largely available), Weft is the first online... By Katy B. Olson

Furniture rental site Feather raises $3.5 mil. What’s next?

weekly feature | October 25, 2017
Feather, the Brooklyn-based startup that was conceived out of its founder’s “frustration at feeling physically, emotionally and spiritually weighed down by ‘stuff,’” has raised $3.5 million in seed round funding. The site, which targets the 18-to-35-year-old crowd in San Francisco and New York w... By Katy B. Olson

We know you’re tired from High Point. But here’s why you need to go to Tabletop

weekly feature | October 18, 2017
FortyOne Madison—a.k.a. The New York Tabletop Show—officially kicked off yesterday, and we know what you’re thinking. Another market event, hot on the heels of High Point? Yes, and it’s worth every blister. Below, find our top 5 reasons to hit the pavement again to catch this season’s show. It r... By Katy B. Olson

AD’s ‘clever’ new destination targets millennials and the cost-conscious alike

weekly feature | October 11, 2017
The founding editorial team’s preoccupation with unexpected, beautiful design led to CLEVER, the new digital destination Architectural Digest launched on Monday. It draws its name from small-space, residential design that, according to the brand, also makes readers think. The result is a site up... By Katy B. Olson

DDB targets the power of storytelling for upcoming market

weekly feature | October 4, 2017
Stories have the power to completely transform a brand: Add a compelling narrative and suddenly a simple sofa becomes a domestically-handcrafted frame upholstered in fabric that was woven on a 250-year-old loom. The D&D Building (DDB), which houses a mix of heritage brands and inventive star... By Melissa Studach

New tech from Apple means new decor apps for designers

weekly feature | September 27, 2017
Pokémon Go was mere child’s play. An exciting influx of new augmented-reality-enabled apps designed expressly for the home is making waves this week thanks to some newly debuting technology from Apple. ARKit, a software development framework designed for developers to make AR apps, may not be of... By Katy B. Olson

Elle Decor’s Whitney Robinson on his first issue

weekly feature | September 20, 2017
​Andy Cohen’s artfully layered lair is on the cover, a gathered collection of samples from the good life (exquisite jewelry from Lydia Courteille, glimpses of a Santorini escape, etc.) fill the pages, and Whitney Robinson, Elle Decor’s recently named editor in chief, is on the masthead of the la... By Katy B. Olson
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