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Season 4 Teaser

Season 4 Teaser

2016-05-0202:54

See what's coming next season
Leatrice Eiseman

Leatrice Eiseman

2016-04-2542:43

Today we're talking with the country's top color connoisseur, Leatrice Eiseman. Lee has had a long career as a consultant for major companies on color psychology for branding and design, written numerous books on the subject, and is the Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute. Part of her job at Pantone includes leading the team of experts who choose the much anticipated "Color of The Year". Our conversation with her is like a crash course in decoding and assimilating the importance of color for those of us interested in creating a stimulating and harmonious home. Leatrice is not only an expert in color psychology, she is mentor to hundreds of students across the fashion and interiors industries. We are so honored to have time with her!
Rachel Smith

Rachel Smith

2016-04-1832:55

Today we're talking with Rachel Smith, the blogger behind The Crafted Life and photography instructor for Dear Handmade Life. Rachel is all about creating and sharing DIY projects that take a minimum of time and skill so that everyone can feel the pleasure of crafting something with their own two hands. It's the same approach she takes when she's helping someone with branding by teaching photography skills that showcase the product or message of her students. Rachel is also known for her love of color, which we bring up in our conversation, starting with her bright, pink hair!
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti

Lisa Borgnes Giramonti

2016-04-1136:19

Sometimes you come across an author who's book resonates with you so deeply you have to share it with everyone you know and anyone who will listen. That's how we feel about our guest, Lisa Borgnes Giramonti and her book, "Novel Interiors". The subtitle is "Living in Enchanted Interiors Inspired by Literature," These spaces aren't literal representations but rather, homes that reflect the feelings, tenor, attitudes, and personalities of the environments created by great authors. Lisa opened our eyes to the connection between how we feel when we fall into a book that completely absorbs us and how we develop and express our personal style. She shows us that falling in love with a story is how we want to feel when we walk through the rooms of our homes. In addition to being a terrific writer, Lisa is also a very talented artist. Her work primarily focuses on large scale embroidery projects that look like old school country samplers, with a modern, feminist sensibility. We are so excited to share Lisa Borgnes Giramonti with you!
Peter Walsh

Peter Walsh

2016-04-0432:33

Author of several books on decluttering that have more to do with clearing out your mind and life than organizing with bins and labels. Titles such as "It's All Too Much," and "Does This Clutter Make My Butt Look Fat," are our favorites. We first encountered Peter on the hit TV show "Clean Sweep." He has since gone on to be a regular guest on the Rachel Ray Show and a contributor to both the Oprah Winfrey show and O magazine. We have been fans of his for years and were delighted when he asked us to do a video on his You Tube channel about organizing your collections.
Desha Peacock

Desha Peacock

2016-03-2828:39

Hi everyone! We're so glad you've tuned in for this episode because we think you're going to love our conversation with stylist, author, world traveler, life and business coach Desha Peacock! Karen first stumbled upon Desha through her book, Create The Style You Crave on a Budget You Can Afford, and was instantly taken with her particular philosophy toward style, which we'll get into soon. We then went on to discover Desha's broader world where she shares her passion for living a fulfilled life through coaching and leading retreats in Mexico. Let's dive in!
Ellen McGauley

Ellen McGauley

2016-03-2129:10

Today we're talking with Ellen McGauley, Homes Editor for Coastal Living magazine. We first met Ellen at the Wayfair bloggers conference in Boston where she gave us tons of helpful information and insight into the inner workings of a major monthly publication. She was so lovely that we wanted to interview her for our podcast and we're so happy that she has agreed! Before joining Coastal Living, Ellen worked in book publishing and then for Charleston Magazine, a lifestyle magazine in South Carolina.
Eddie Ross

Eddie Ross

2016-03-1435:40

This week our guest is designer Eddie Ross, author of the book Modern Mix and Better Homes and Garden's East Coast Editor of Home Design. Eddie talks with us about his informal education in the world of fine antiques while washing dishes for a catering company. From there, he entertains us with stories about working for major shelter magazines, how he personally takes care of his home and his tendency toward hoarding. What we really love about Eddie is his insistence that "stuff" isn't precious...it's the people that matter. Throw a party and hope that a wine glass breaks so that everyone can just relax!
The Jealous Curator

The Jealous Curator

2016-03-0736:59

We are so excited to share this interview with you because we think you're going to be really inspired by our guest, artist Danielle Krysa. Danielle is also known as The Jealous Curator, a ridiculously popular blog about contemporary art. The backstory is that Danielle was tired of being crippled by the jealousy she'd feel when spying someone else's artwork. So she decided to use the jealousy as fuel for inspiration, and to do that, she began showcasing the work she admired. This opened up a whole new side of the art world for her and she has since gone on to write two books with another on the way. We know you are passionate about your homes, just like we are, and we're also are passionate about bringing art into our homes. After listening to Danielle, you're fingers are going to be flying all over your keyboard looking up art and dreaming of seeing it on your walls.
Season 3 Teaser

Season 3 Teaser

2016-02-0802:29

Hear what is coming in Season 3
The Bold Abode

The Bold Abode

2016-02-0120:23

Today we're talking with the irreverent blogger, Gwen Whitfield of The Bold Abode. She is on a mission to erase beige from our visual vocabulary! When visiting her site you immediately know you're looking at a very personal, signature style. Gwen talks a lot about using color fearlessly, but it's not just about being crazy and over the top. She really takes the time to think about the depth of certain colors, how they make you feel, how they create a flow of energy through her home.
Abigail Ogilve

Abigail Ogilve

2016-01-2526:43

Today's interview is coming from our home city of Boston. We're talking with Abigail Ogilvy, gallery owner in Boston's arts district, known as SOWA. SOWA, short for "South of Washington," is home to reclaimed mills and warehouses that have transformed into studios, galleries and boutiques. And, if you're local, it's a great place to spend time, looking for inspiration for your home.
The Effortless Chic

The Effortless Chic

2016-01-1827:00

Today we're talking with Jen Pinkston creator of the lifestyle site, The Effortless Chic. Jen’s wardrobe styling experiences ranges from the likes of Ellen DeGeneres and Kristen Wiig to brands like Apple, Gap, and Warner Brothers. Her work is regularly featured in publications like The Hollywood Reporter and she is continually sought out for her effortlessly cool aesthetic. Launched in 2011, The Effortless Chic is now a repeat destination for readers worldwide featuring of-the-moment trends in fashion, interior design before-and-after reveals, and never-ending tips and tricks for adding styling and function into your every day.
Sugar And Charm

Sugar And Charm

2016-01-1117:52

Today we're talking with Eden Passante, founder of the blog Sugar and Charm. Eden has a passion for sweet recipes, hosting parties and adding charm to daily life. She has collaborated with global brands like Target, Pottery Barn, L’Oréal, Chinet and Yoplait to create original and charming content. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and darling baby boy, Romeo.
We're talking with Nicole Stevenson of Show and Tell Design Studio, which specializes in custom illustration, branding, invitations and editorial design.
Holiday Stories 2015

Holiday Stories 2015

2015-12-2109:35

For this episode, our last of 2015, we're going out on a high note! No tips or best practices....just very personal, delightful stories about the experience of the holidays. Our hope is that you'll take a moment in the frenzy of these last few days of December and just allow yourself to get lost in these short stories.
MORE Holiday Tips

MORE Holiday Tips

2015-12-1413:31

Melanie Blodgett of You Are My Fave and Gwen from The Bold Abode
Holiday Style Tips

Holiday Style Tips

2015-12-0713:51

Holiday Style Tips from Hilary Rose Walker and Ashley of Bigger Than the Three of Us
Today we're talking with Ashley of Bigger Than The Three of Us, a blog dedicated to creating a stylish space for her family of three. Ashley and her husband have gone from calling the plumber to fix their toilet to taking on a 3800 square foot house with their own tools in hand. Ashley shares inventive DIY projects as they go and keeps us on our toes looking for what project she will tackle next. Ashley has been featured on Apartment Therapy, Good Housekeeping, Shelterness and Knock Off Decor.
Fuji Files

Fuji Files

2015-11-2323:23

Today we're talking with Cristina Cleveland, creator of Fuji Files - a blog dedicated to discovering original, personal style and design sense, with a focus on interior design and street style. Her work as a writer and editor has appeared in publications like Refinery29, Birchbox, TRADhome Magazine, To&From Magazine, Coco+Kelley, CamilleStyles and ads in Glamour, InStyle and Lucky.
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