Designer Genevieve Trousdale launches Circaphiles

Genevieve Trousdale, founder of Circaphiles.

Interior designer Genevieve Trousdale launched Circaphiles, a platform created to connect industry experts through a private community in an effort to share educational assets, experiences and access to a network of resources, on Oct. 29.

Conceptualized in late 2019, Trousdale has been working to create a platform that can serve as a designer’s right hand.

“Saving time and energy is, arguably, the most common thing any solopreneur or design firm needs. The time-vampires of qualifying new vendors, asking design peers for advice, finding collaborators for projects and educating yourself and your staff will now be accessible in this one central, credible place privatized to the trade,” Trousdale said. “In particular, reviewing vendors and their products has caught the attention of most designers when they hear about the platform. In my humble opinion, I think the greatest part about Circaphiles is that it will be built upon by every single professional and student member. ”

As an exclusive resource, Circaphiles is reserved for the top level of design professionals. The platform’s vendors include curated and personally vetted brands, artisans and service providers drawing upon decades of A-list experience. Circaphiles has enlisted designers such as Timothy

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At Home enhances quick delivery options

PLANO, Texas — At Home Group Inc.  has expanded its partnership with Pickup, a last-mile logistics network, to include delivery partner Postmates.

Pickup has been At Home’s delivery partner for several years and added next-day local delivery starting at $10 in March 2020.

San Francisco-based Postmates was founded in 2011 and uses what it calls its Urban Logistics program to connect customers with local couriers for delivery.

“This new partnership with Postmates through Pickup allows us to diversify and ramp up our local delivery platform just in time for the peak holiday season,” said At Home Chairman and CEO Lee Bird. “We expect customers to be shopping online more than ever before. That’s why we’re adding an additional partner to anticipate the demand of online purchases and make local delivery as quick and convenient as possible.

“In addition, with our buy-online-pickup-in-store and curbside options, our customers can shop the way they want and do it safely.”

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