Fred Nicolaus
weekly feature
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March 30, 2022
Tools like Google Lens allow users to wave a smartphone at a product and quickly discover what it is (and, potentially, how much it costs). BOH explores where the tech is now, where it’s headed, and what it means for the design industry.
podcast
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March 28, 2022
On the latest episode of The Business of Home Podcast, husband-and-wife team John and Christine Gachot share their approach—from charging no markup on product to taking on a wide range of projects to keep their team engaged.
designer's guide
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March 23, 2022
Magnolia House, a hotel in Greensboro, North Carolina, once listed in the Green Book guides for Black travelers during the segregation era, fell into disrepair over the decades. With the help of a local design firm, Natalie Pass-Miller returned the bed-and-breakfast to its former glory.
industry insider
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March 17, 2022
The popular design influencer and creative director of Stark Carpet is launching a new venture, Ashley Stark Home, an e-commerce-driven whole home brand.
digital disruptors
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March 15, 2022
Last week, the Los Angeles–based furniture startup Dims released a collection of outdoor furniture, Logos, into the world. This week, it releases the same collection into the virtual world, launching its first round of NFTs.
podcast
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March 14, 2022
On the latest episode of The Business of Home Podcast, Chicago designer Summer Thornton talks about her “Five F” system for vetting potential clients, what she’s hoping to get out of publishing a design book, and why she’s taking a careful approach toward growing her firm in a time of booming demand.
e-design
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March 8, 2022
Today, the San Francisco–based e-design platform unveiled a service it had been quietly testing in beta for the past year: a tool allowing customers to work with a Modsy designer on a remodeling project.
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