The Black Interior Designers Network Launches Campaign on How to Be an Ally

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Black Interior Designers Network

Tables—dining tables, bedside tables, end tables—take up a lot of every interior designer’s time. But it is only now that industry concern is being paid most to Black designers being denied a seat at the collective industry table.

To be sure, Black interiors designers have been talking for years about the challenges they’ve faced gaining access and getting exposure and the interior design industry has been called out before for its lack of diversity and, specifically, its exclusion of Black talent. So in an industry that celebrates trends, how do we make sure there that what’s happening now is translated into meaningful change?

The Black Interior Designers Network, a non-profit organization with a mission to highlight Black talent in an effort to land business development opportunities, has posted to its Instagram account a list of guidelines to advise companies on how they can become an

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How coronavirus is changing home design trends

The coronavirus pandemic will have a lasting impact on future real estate and design trends.

Ample food storage space, dedicated Zoom rooms for video conferences and more touchless in-home technology to curb exposure to germs on surfaces are just some of the ways homes will be reconstructed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, industry insiders suggest.

“Home design is now being reimagined in order to integrate the work-study-life balance post-COVID-19. With kids studying remotely from home, and the transition for professionals to work from home, we are naturally evolving with the need to adjust our home life to accommodate this new lifestyle,” Orit Gadish, a Los Angeles-based real estate broker and owner of Geffen Real Estate told FOX Business.


“People are getting comfortable with this new lifestyle and some will want to continue this way, working from

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