It takes 66 days to form a new habit. The COVID-19 crisis has changed the way we do business for 80-plus days. Have you formed new habits in your business?
As the weather warms across the U.S., Laurence Carr shares tips for setting an outdoor table that promotes togetherness and sustainability.
Featuring designs inspired by uninhibited forms, colors and textures, this trend allows us to experience the essence of mother nature.
Nancy Ganzekaufer shares her tips for social media success as an interior designer, including hashtags and social media planning insights!
As we continue to shelter and work from home during the coronavirus crisis, three IDS designers share their tips for a work space that blends productivity with beauty.
How does the design of a home impact our day-to-day health, happiness and productivity?
A master suite in North Raleigh, NC, is designed to serve as a serene retreat from the everyday.
How do the colors of our homes affect our mood and productivity? As we shelter at home, it's time to take stock of the palettes in our spaces to promote our well-being.
At a series of panels at the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, designers offered their take on what luxury means to them and their clients.
The award-winning interior designer details how she designed a family space using principles of biophilic design.
Adjusting your mindset is key to keeping your business running in a time of crisis.
Here in Puerto Rico, our design firm, Stewart Rodriguez, made it through Hurricane Maria and the months that life and some work was on hold. As designers, we can make it through the coronavirus crisis too. We just have to be organized and a little flexible.
The designer showcases the aging-in-place updates she made to a master bath in Oak Ridge, TN.
Laurence Carr shares how spring is a good time to freshen your indoor space with biophilic design, especially when we are spending more time indoors as the result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Kerrie Kelly shares top tips for getting organized, battling boredom and reconnecting during the coronavirus pandemic.
Outdoors is becoming an extension of the inside of a home, so here are some tips to help designers capitalize on this often untapped space.
Interior Design Society Members: Enter your favorite room in the Designer of the Year Awards for visibility and credibility!
Luxury interior design clients might be closer than you think, and they are willing to spend on the design and home furnishings they value.
For a business owner or leader, half-time (halfway through the year) — or for a designer, halfway through a project — is very important. And by drawing on the analogy of professional sports, you can gain insights into how to approach this crucial elements of the game.