Emily Henderson Launches Online Platform That’s Essentially Craigslist for Design Lovers

From House Beautiful

Want to connect with others who love design as much as you do? Well you’re in luck: Interior designer Emily Henderson has launched a platform specifically for those who want to get more involved with the design community.

The platform–called EHD Insider Community–is a space where readers, stylists, designers, and anyone else intrigued by design even in the slightest can engage with each other. Joining the membership-based online community gives you access to forums where members can get design advice or share a cool find, like an insane house tour or stunning new paint color. Those who join can also enjoy ad-free daily blog posts on the designer’s website, Style By Emily Henderson, and a behind-the-scenes peek at what the Emily Henderson Design team is up to.

The best part? There’s a “Garage Sale” group where people can trade, sell, or buy items from fellow

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Lindsey Adelman Releases a Wallpaper, Design Miami/ Launches a New Platform, and More News This Week

From significant business changes to noteworthy product launches, there’s always something new happening in the world of design. In this weekly roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know.

Product Launches

Lindsey Adelman Designs a Mural-Style Wallpaper

The product, which is titled Eden, shows off a different side of the lighting designer’s capabilities. It’s come to fruition thanks to a collaboration with Calico Wallpaper, with whom Adelman first partnered in 2018. “Collaborating with Lindsey on this project was a delight,” Calico Wallpaper’s Rachel Cope comments to AD PRO. “We have a similar approach to the creative process in that we see beauty in imperfection. Eden celebrates that—it has an organic quality, like it’s handmade.”  

The Rug Company Celebrates 20 Years of Collaborating with Paul Smith

In 2000, designer Paul Smith happened to meet Christopher Sharp, founder of The Rug Company. Flash-forward to today, and Smith has created

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2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Could Get Alfa Romeo Platform, Diesel Engine

The stretched wheelbase will make it roomier than the outgoing model.

It’s safe to say the Jeep Grand Cherokee is getting a bit long in the tooth considering the WK2 generation has been around for literally a decade. The midsize SUV will finally switch to its fifth iteration soon with the all-new development said to be vastly different than today’s aging model, according to a report published by Car and Driver. Get ready for a slew of changes as the new arrival will be overhauled inside and out.

As the late Sergio Marchionne first hinted a little over three years ago, the next Grand Cherokee is expected to ride on the same Giorgio platform as the Alfa Romeo Stelvio. It would make sense considering the automotive conglomerate certainly wants to spread out the development costs for the platform, having spent €1 billion ($1.1B) to engineer it. Only the

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