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August 24, 2022
In recent years, direct-to-consumer brands focused on offering “curated essentials” for home emerged with a tight lineup of core products. Despite the initial allure, a challenge soon appeared: If you cannot rely on a flurry of new releases to fuel sales, what does growth look like?
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August 17, 2022
Believe it or not, lead times are rebounding in certain corners of the industry—some manufacturers even expect a return to “business as usual” by fall. But the reason for the bounce back might give you pause.
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July 13, 2022
Ever wanted to spend the night in a showhouse? Now you can. BOH caught up with the creators behind Stay Bungalow, a new concept that lies somewhere between a shoppable showhouse and a luxe Vrbo.
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July 6, 2022
A flurry of sustainable alternative-materials startups are on the rise. BOH investigates the arduous routes these materials must navigate to make it to market and why the home industry faces additional hurdles.
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May 25, 2022
With 2 billion monthly users, it’s almost double the size of Instagram, but YouTube is still unexplored territory for luxury brands and designers. That may be changing.
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May 4, 2022
How do you orient a company toward sustainability goals when our economy is built around profitability? Business of Home spoke to sustainability leaders at four brands—Williams-Sonoma, Room & Board, Humanscale and Material Bank—to hear their stories, successes and challenges.
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