I'm so lucky to have me these two great guys. I love them, I love their store, I love their coffee shop. Meet Chad and Shawn of For The People Connect with them:https://www.instagram.com/shopforthepeople/www.forthepeople.comSay Hello!: firstname.lastname@example.org/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co
Today, Kelsey chats with Maria Percoco. Maria is originally from Venezuela but grew up in Miami, FL. She studied Interior Design with a minor in Architecture at Drexel University. Currently she is working at STUDIOS Architecture as a Designer and has been in the industry for 5.5 years. Fun fact: She was ranked by the ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) in the state of Florida when I was in high school - woop! Today on Studio.chats: + Approaching things with an open mind + What to do if you feel like you are struggling to find your niche in design + Power of finding mentors just a few steps ahead of you & identifying them early on Connect with Kelsey: Instagram: @studio.chats Email: email@example.com Connect with Maria: Instagram: @mafepercoco If we've been connected for a bit, you know that I think of us on this podcast as friends in studio chatting late night! Excited for you to join today's chat! If you connected to something from the chats, help us get these messages out to as many emerging designers as possible and leave us a rating and review on Apple podcasts! It would mean the world! Thank you for being here! Thank you for committing to your growth as a designer, architect and human
Let Leta take you on a journey of faith, life, travel, and interior design. Leta Brooks is the star of the hit podcast "Status Life With Leta." Reaching a record number of downloads in a very short amount of time, Leta engages her audience with her honesty, captivating stories, and her talent for teaching. "Status Life With […]
We gotta charge shit. Nothing you can do about it, devices need power and power needs a plug. So here's my rant on the amazing, yet terrible surge protectors.Some options I recommend:The one I use: https://amzn.to/311SCOpOne with usb c: https://amzn.to/3o1mGSXswivel ports: https://amzn.to/3rgHtnmhttps://amzn.to/3o1myCUhttps://amzn.to/3E4hOlxSay Hello!: firstname.lastname@example.org/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co
Together, corporate real estate strategy and design strategy can redefine the workplace. Organizations like Fifth Third Bank and Nationwide Insurance utilize the convergence of these two strategies to make the right decisions for their organizations. Valerie Garrett, VP and Director of Workplace Design at Fifth Third Bank; Matt Kovich, Director of Project Delivery and Corporate Real Estate at Nationwide Insurance; and Patrick Donnelly, Client Leader and Partner at BHDP, join Host Brian Trainer to uncover the power of this intersection.
In this episode of Inspired Design, Liesl Alice Gatcheco, Director of Costumes, Hair and Makeup at Seattle Opera reveals what it takes to bring a performance to life. Learn how Playboy altered her career path and how she is now paying tribute to traditional opera while developing modern performances that culturally represent our world today.
To run a great house there must be great communication. And like anything else, it has to be organized... or planned. Here are some thoughts on how to go about doing that!Say Hello!: email@example.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co
Welcome back to Season 3 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 57th episode of the podcast, we have the pleasure of sitting down with one of our most impactful return guests. We have on Gavin Duke, the Principal & Owner of his new firm Duke Design Group LLC!Gavin joins us in the booth to discuss being a leader in the landscape architectural field, as well as how he climbed the ladder to get to that point & his focus on mentoring the next generation of landscape architects. He also gives us some incredible first insight into forming his new company & what he wants to achieve with his new firm!Follow Gavin Duke:Personal InstagramPage Duke Instagram
I'm just being nostalgic in this one. Reminiscing about the good ole days being a kid with no cares in the world except how many pogs I won or collected that day. But I'm so pissed I lost all my Pokémon cards, I might be a millionaire right now had they not disappeared. Oh well. But this is why I love organizing kids rooms.Say Hello!: firstname.lastname@example.org/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co
Hey, y'all, welcome back to Design for the Creative Mind. I am super excited for my next guest, Amy Monroe, who I met at the Design Biz Retreat with Rick Campos. I love her energy and passion for helping others and just had to have her as a guest on the podcast! In this episode, she shares some important things you need to know about sales tax requirements and the complexities of out-of-state work and e-commerce. Amy is an expert in all things Sales and Use Tax. She has worked in public accounting, private industry, and software development for over 20 years and was also a small business owner. She currently works for a boutique firm based in California, running the consulting arm of the practice. Find Amy on Instagram and Facebook or reach out to her via email at email@example.com. Thank you to our sponsors for their support! Satanoff Insurance is focused on client connections and customized coverage … Be sure to tell them we sent you! Foyr Interior Design Software helps you create 3D floor plans & Interior Designs … Check them out! To stay in touch with Michelle, please follow her on Instagram and join our Free Facebook Community! Have ideas or suggestions or want to be considered as a guest on the show? Email me!
What happens when you go over budget? What do you need to keep in mind to avoid this? Last week Chelsea talked about how to talk to clients about budgets and this week it's about that uncomfortable discussion when you go over budget. Chelsea takes you through what happened and what to look out for when creating a design for your clients. Watch this episode on youtube. https://youtu.be/o6b2QK5nmuI About this podcast: Each week, design coach and mentor Chelsea Coryell talks about the Interior Design business, pulling from her 30+ years of experience in the industry. Join us each week for an in-depth look into the industry, design theory, and running a successful design business. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Idesignforaliving Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chelseacoryell/?hl=en Chelsea and the DFAL team are working on relaunching the training program on a new platform this year. If you would like to learn more, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org We welcome your questions! Happy Designing!
I know most of us do, but most people hire someone else to do it, I don't. I do it at home, and have to deal with the mess, but the issue I'm trying to solve is also a problem when I get a hair cut in nail salons. Here's my solution. Say Hello!: email@example.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co
HIGHLIGHTS03:55 Feng Shui: A connection to neuroscience and space as a metaphor for life07:12 A flooded basement: Laura learns to surround herself with belongings she loves11:28 Expectations, if not brought out into the open, is a limiting belief15:09 Emotional laziness and space: Clutter is an expression of fear19:47 People create safe physical space where they feel safe23:14 3 practices of Feng Shui: Arranging physical space to enhance quality of life25:53 Active chaos is necessary for creation, passive chaos stifles28:21 Take steps to let go and connect with space you love30:59 Space: A metaphor, give yourself permission to do what you love, look for pain points32:31 Connect with LauraQUOTES05:05 "Space matters because it's either distracting us, we're stumbling over it, we might even getting our shins cut on things that we're bumping into. The clutter could be stagnating domains of our life."06:15 "Your space is actually a metaphor for exactly what's happening in your life. Good, bad, indifferent."12:15 "We're struggling at the core of ourselves to either belong to ourselves and our true core reason for being on the planet, or pleasing other people. And I just heard recently that the two fatal limiting beliefs are feeling responsible for other people's emotions, and feeling... not wanting to disappoint anyone."21:48 "Every human being wants a haven where they get to thrive. And for some people, they thrive in a tent, on the beach. Other people thrive on a house boat out on the river. That's their sweet spot."23:28 "Everything is connected by energy and everything, the energy in everything is always changing. And then there are three practices that flow out of that."32:07 "Inside the pain points and those painful spaces and nooks and crannies of your basement closet, drawers, wherever the clutter might be hiding, you might discover in the pain points your deeper purpose and passion for living."To find out more about Laura, please see the links below.LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurastaley1/Website - https://www.cherishyourworld.com/To hear more of Scott Mason and the Purpose Highway™ podcast, join our community at https://purposehighway.com/ and subscribe to get notified when new episodes go live.
We're getting real about parenting and what goes on behind the scenes while juggling motherhood and running a home staging business on today's episode of The Home Staging Show. Today, I'm joined by Jess Harrington, Boston-based interior designer of JessFinessed and Elisha Niebuhr, founder of Modern Interior Staging Company. Jess has a unique background in the antique and fine art auction space, blending her eclectic style with a mixture of modern and on-trend elements, while Elisha is passionate about redesigning and redecorating homes, melding artistry, public-spiritedness and business. These two powerhouse Moms share openly about outsourcing, systemizing your life and business, taking care of yourself, business coaches, and the time saving rituals and routines that have made the biggest impact. If you're a working Mom, you'll love tuning in to this honest conversation. Connect With Jess Jess's Website: https://www.jessfinessed.com Jess's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JessFinessedHomes Jess's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessfinessedhomes/ Jess's Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/JessFinessed/ Connect With Elisha Elisha's Website: https://moderninteriorstagingcompany.com Elisha's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/moderninteriorstagingcompany/ Elisha's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moderninteriorstagingcompany/ Elisha's Twitter: https://twitter.com/modern_staging Links and Resources Mentioned Join our free community to watch the video replay of today's Community Talk: https://www.staged4more.school Check out our limited time Black Friday deals: https://www.staged4more.com/blackfriday Learn more about our partner, 17hats: https://www.17hats.com Learn more about our in-person retreat taking place February 24-28, 2022 in Portland, OR. Learn about our comprehensive Home Staging Professional Career Certification Program Check out the clip Elisha referenced, People Without Children Have NO IDEA What It's Like Elisha's book recommendation, Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less, by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang The Body Keeps the Score, by Bessel van der Kolk Elisha's recommended au pair company: Au Pair in America Allobee
Featured in this week's episode of The Productive Designer, host Crystal Collinson, interviews award-winning interior designer and certified Life and Business Coach, Desi Creswell.Desi has worked at world-renowned design and architecture firms prior to establishing her own design practice. Her personal experience with burnout and the competing interests of work and home led her to transform her own life. She then used this new knowledge to provide support to the interior design community. Her training as a life coach aims to help interior designers stop feeling overwhelmed so they can intentionally build profitable, fulfilling businesses that enrich and support their lives as a whole. Crystal and Desi discuss how consistency in business is crucial in all areas of our life and business. We need to be kind to ourselves when it comes to implementing consistent practices. We have to give ourselves grace and not “should” all over ourselves. Bringing awareness to our slip-ups is the first step, then with this awareness, we can begin to be more consistent in habits we want to make.Any type of habitual change starts with a mindset and setting realistic goals that are actually attainable. There is no use in setting unrealistic goals that one would have a hard time completing or committing to. Start small and build on your wins. These wins build over time, and eventually, the habit/change becomes routine.So join in as Crystal and Desi as they chat about Desi's journey on being a life and business coach to the interior design community and having the right mindset when it comes to consistency in business. Then, “Do something today that your future self will thank you for” and get Desi's planner and attend their upcoming workshop. If you enjoyed the episode, show your support by buying me a coffee buymeacoffee.com/TPDpodcastHow to reach Desi:Website - desicreswell.com I Instagram - @desicreswellResources mentioned:Interior Designers Get It Done Daily Planner (Free)Goal Setting For Busy Interior DesignersFriday, December 3 at 11 am central
Welcome back to Season 3 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 56th episode of the podcast, we have a very special episode with the most guests that we've ever had on the podcast. We have on Carly Anderson of Artistic Tile, Gena Dorminey of Circa Lighting, Austin Evans of Evans Glass & John Lupear of Prodigy!These phenomenal vendors join us at the table to discuss how they work with architects, builders & interior designers during their portion of the project. They also help give the listeners a new perspective on what to expect from their luxury vendors during their design & build project!Follow Circa Lighting:InstagramFollow Artistic Tile:InstagramFollow Prodigy:InstagramFollow Evans Glass:Instagram
Today on Obsessed Show I'm chatting with interior designer, writer, and TV personality, Kimberley Seldon. Based in Los Angeles and Toronto, she founded Kimberley Seldon Design Group in 1991. Kimberley is also the Founder of Business of Design - an online learning platform for independent designers, as well as a recurring on-air design expert for Cityline, previous Host on the HGTV series Design for Living with Kimberley Seldon. As you may well be aware, a new trend emerged in 2020 amidst the pandemic - RV travel. #Vanlife on Instagram passed 7 million in 2020, and has continued to rise to over 10 million in 2021. What's more, an October 2020 survey reported that total RV shipments increased 21.4% year-over-year. And we're going to talk with Kimberley about her new interest in designing for #vanlife… I mean, I'd really like one myself… So without further ado, please enjoy this conversation with Kimberley Seldon.
This Thanksgiving we are thankful for YOU, so thank you for listening, sharing, and reaching out to us! It always feels great to say thank you, but this week we are feeling especially grateful for our amazing listeners and producers of the Imagine a Place podcast. It has been a privilege to connect with you each week!We are always so appreciative when we hear from our listeners on ideas for guests, thoughts from a recent episode, or just to say hello. So, please feel free to reach out anytime!From all of us at Imagine a Place, we wish you a safe, restful, and happy Thanksgiving.Connect with Doug:On Instagram: @Douglas_ShapiroOn LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doshapiro/ By Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgGet your FREE copy of the Imagine a Place journal: https://ofs.com/imagine-a-placeEmail Imagine a Place: email@example.com
Kristin Schroeder is the Co-founder and CEO of Moonlight Beverage Company. The company recently launched two patented first-to-market beverages that harness the power of nitric oxide, known as the miracle molecule. Wingman Smart Energy is a performance beverage made with amino acids and natural ingredients, and Love Life is an enhanced intimacy beverage. Kristin has a strong technical background in manufacturing, tech service, product development, and intellectual property as a chemical engineer and co-inventor of three US patents. After gaining business experience at a Fortune 100 company, Kristin switched gears. She earned an AASD in Interior Design and ran her own residential design company until joining forces with her husband to launch Moonlight Beverage Company. In this episode… What ingredients do you think of when someone says “energy drink?” Caffeine, amino acids, and sugar? What about nitric oxide? If you've got a blank stare — that's OK. The knowledge of nitric oxides' amazing health benefits is just beginning to emerge. Scientists have coined it the “miracle molecule.” The Moonlight Beverage Company has a mission to make nitric oxide more accessible by blending it with amino acids, ribose, caffeine, and vitamin B for an incredible energy drink that benefits your brain, heart, and body. But how did this journey begin? In this episode of the Gooder Podcast, Diana Fryc is joined by Kristin Schroeder, Co-founder and CEO of Moonlight Beverage Company, to discuss how they have reinvigorated energy drinks with nitric oxide. Kristin talks about the health benefits of nitric oxide, the inspiration behind Moonlight Beverage Company, and how she works with her husband to bring their mission to life.
Do you struggle with SEO? Have you heard the term SEO but are not sure exactly what it is? Well, you're in luck because my next guest is Meg Casebolt. She is the founder of Love At First Search, an agency devoted to helping online businesses get found in search results and turning those new readers into leads, subscribers, and sales. In this episode, Meg and I chat about ways to help you get found online, how local SEO is different from content SEO and how to get people who visit your website to actually contact you. Meg also shares how to position yourself as an expert in your field, not just a cheap solution to finding a lamp. Learn more about Meg by visiting loveatfirstsearch.com, and don't forget to find her on YouTube and Instagram. Thank you to our sponsors for their support! Satanoff Insurance is focused on client connections and customized coverage … Be sure to tell them we sent you! Foyr Interior Design Software helps you create 3D floor plans & Interior Designs … Check them out! To stay in touch with Michelle, please follow her on Instagram and join our Free Facebook Community! Have ideas or suggestions or want to be considered as a guest on the show? Email me!
Welcome back to Renovation Made Right! Today, Dave and Brenda read your listener questions about incorporating HVAC vents into a design and the differences between utilizing a design/build company, architect, or contractor for a remodeling project.Hosted by David and Brenda Bryan. Produced and Edited by Merrill McNally.Find us @renovationmaderight on social mediawww.renovationmaderight.comwww.blackdogbuilders.comSend us your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org!
171: How to Create an Interior Design Business to Sell with John Warrillow John Warrillow is the founder of The Value Builder System™, a simple software for building the value of a company used by thousands of businesses worldwide. He is the author of Built to Sell: Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You, The Automatic Customer: Creating a Subscription Business in Any Industry, and The Art of Selling Your Business: Winning Strategies & Secret Hacks for Exiting on Top. John also hosts the popular podcast, Built to Sell Radio. Today, we are talking about how to create a business to sell, the difference between a job and a business, and who needs to be on your team. Topics Mentioned: Niche Recurring Revenue Product Offering Time Key Thoughts: If you're doing the selling and you're still supervising the work, your company is worthless. John Warrillow (4:33) It is not very easy, in my estimation to sit down on the day that you decide you want to sell and sell if you haven't prepared in advance to be able to do that. Michele Williams (20:03) Giving away your time for less than your worth is a symptom of this larger problem, which is wanting to be appreciated, wanting to be loved and needed and, being acknowledged for what you do, makes people squeamish about charging for what they do. John Warrillow (33:05) It's hard because it's almost like watching somebody come in and totally retool everything that you've done that you thought worked so well that got you to where you are and then you have to sit and support it and rah, rah, ree, and cheer right behind it. Michele Williams (40:24) Contact Michele: Email: Team@ScarletThreadConsulting.com Facebook: Scarlet Thread Consulting Instagram: @ScarletThreadATL Website: ScarletThreadConsulting.com LinkedIn: Michele Williams Contact John: Website: BuiltToSell.com Facebook: Built To Sell Twitter: @JohnWarrillow LinkedIn: John Warrillow Email: John@valuebuilder.com References and Resources: AIM Masterclass - Watch now Built to Sell, Automatic Customer, and Art of Selling your Business by John Warrillow Built to Sell Radio - Podcast BuilttoSell.com/profit - Downloadable on the 9 Subscription Model
The topic no one likes to talk about! How do you approach the topic of money and budgets with clients? For an Interior Designer, this is the very first step because your design, the pieces you pick out will all stem from what your client can afford. Chelsea does an extremely deep dive into the topic of budgets, what to consider, how to kick off the conversation, and why it's such an important one to have with your clients. Watch this episode on youtube. Coming Soon! About this podcast: Each week, design coach and mentor Chelsea Coryell talks about the Interior Design business, pulling from her 30+ years of experience in the industry. Join us each week for an in-depth look into the industry, design theory, and running a successful design business. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Idesignforaliving Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chelseacoryell/?hl=en Chelsea and the DFAL team are working on relaunching the training program on a new platform this year. If you would like to learn more, email us at email@example.com We welcome your questions! Happy Designing!
This week on Community Building, Josh and Jess take us through Season 2 Episode 9, “Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design" with Corey B! The post Community Building | Season 2 Episode 9: ‘Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design' appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
This week on Community Building, Josh and Jess take us through Season 2 Episode 9, “Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design" with Corey B! The post Community Building | Season 2 Episode 9: ‘Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design' appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
Jeff looks back on his episode of "Interior Therapy" with Pol' and Patrik. The witty banter continues as Pol' and Patrik tell us more about their lives including which celebrities were hardest to work with, the break in of their Beverly Hills store, and Pol's estranged relationship with his sister Peggy Sulahian, a former RHOC cast member.
In today's episode, I had Jason Wilson, founder of Dane Fabrication. Jason specializes in custom furniture design, which is honestly a work of art. We dive deep into his career, and how he went from creating furniture by the age of 12 to now creating and selling pieces all over the U.S. Follow Jason at: https://www.instagram.com/danefabrication/ https://www.instagram.com/lineacrossroads/ To keep up with Seraphine, follow her at: Website: https://seraphiend.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seraphiend_podcast/ Instagram (Personal): https://www.instagram.com/therealseraphine/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seraphiendpodcast
To celebrate 10,000 downloads and thank you all for subscribing and tuning in to the show, I have a very special bonus episode for you today.As you may know by now, this season of the podcast is all about circular fashion. But home goods actually have a LOT in common with fashion.First off: a lot of home goods are made with textiles: meaning they too can be made from linen and cotton, recycled materials, or virgin synthetic oil-based fabrics like polyester.And interior design has always evolved over the years. But also just like the fashion industry, it has been following faster and faster trend cycles. And this is due in part to furniture and home goods getting cheaper, both in price — and quality.But, another similarity that home furnishings and decor has to fashion, is that we can follow a lot of the same principles for conscious home as we can for conscious fashion.And in today's bonus episode, I'm chatting with a secondhand and sustainable home expert to teach us all about how we can decorate and design our homes more mindfully: Nina Verduin of Homebody, which is a slow living interior design studio.Nina started Homebody to show how to intentionally style beautiful, cozy homes that encourage us to slow down, let go of stuff, and make conscious decisions. In today's episode, Nina is sharing:Why sustainable furniture & home decor mattersHow we can get started with sustainable interior designHow to make the most of the furnishings and decor pieces we haveThe benefits of choosing secondhand home goodsPlus, her tips for secondhand home shopping And, advice for making all those existing pieces and secondhand pieces feel cohesive in your space FULL SHOW NOTES & TRANSCRIPThttps://www.consciouslifeandstyle.com/secondhand-home-nina-verduin-homebody/ WATCH THIS INTERVIEW ON YOUTUBE:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIKaxSd78Hqa8XA6cQf8tvg RELEVANT LINKS:5 Easy Ways to Update a SpaceTips for Using Color in a Room27 Brands with Sustainably Sourced FurnitureEthical Home Decor Brands CONNECT WITH NINA & HOMEBODY:WebsiteInstagram CONNECT WITH CONSCIOUS STYLE:Conscious Life & Style WebsiteInstagramPinterestConscious Edit NewsletterYouTube
Kelly Beamon has spent 18 years producing architecture and design content, with focuses on historic house styles, building materials, and kitchen and bath trends for Architectural Record, This Old House, Interior Design, Surface and HD magazine. An additional area of constant research and curiosity has been the impact of the A&D community on such issues as affordable housing, building decarbonization, design education, and the schools-to-practice pipeline. Ms. Beamon's work has been referenced by the New York Times, ABC News, and USA Today. She is currently senior editor for Metropolis magazine. Why Aren't Black Firms Working on Memorials to Slavery? IG: https://www.instagram.com/architectural_material_girl/ Become an insider by supporting the show at https://glow.fm/archispolly where you can support the show on a recurring or one-time basis!
Let Leta take you on a journey of faith, life, travel, and interior design. Leta Brooks is the star of the hit podcast "Status Life With Leta." Reaching a record number of downloads in a very short amount of time, Leta engages her audience with her honesty, captivating stories, and her talent for teaching. "Status Life With [...]
I'm so excited today to be speaking with travel lover and true renaissance man - Bill Bensley. If you haven't heard of Bill, you've CERTAINLY heard of some of the hotels he's designed. World renowned projects like Capella Ubud, Four Seasons Tented Camp, Shinta Mani and more. Before any of these were notable on the world's stage, before any of them were even built - Bill was there. Soaking in the curve of the land, the angle at which the moon shines, and the direction from which the wind blows. He takes his inspiration and genius from the natural world, melds his ideas with a story or fairy tale, and creates hotels that are the stuff of dreams. Bill and I chat about some of his favorite destinations, the heart and soul that goes into designing a hotel, his tips for mastering a new passion, and much much more. Learn more at www.luxtravelinsider.com Connect with me on Social: Instagram LinkedIn
Everywhere you see the headlines touting new trends that we MUST adopt if we want to remain competitive in the artistic, creative, and entrepreneurial space. But what is a trend? How does it begin, peak, and fizzle out, and should we adopt trends or focus on being iconoclasts? What are some of the most egregious trends that have shaped the art and creative worlds, and what are some of the creative marketing trends we should be aware of as artists, creatives, and creative entrepreneurs? Get drunk on the creative possibilities of everything trendy in this episode of the Creative Happy Hour podcast.
Our fixer Uppers! We both recently renovated old houses and we're bringing you our 5 favorite things we included in our renos, the things we scrimped on and don't regret and Katie's ONE REALLY BIG regret that she can't undo and is simply stuck with for all time. (It's juicy. Shailey gets uncomfy. Stay tuned.)
In this episode of Inspired Design, we meet up with artist, activist, educator and founder of Eighth Generation, Louie Gong, at his landmark store in Pike Place Market. We discuss the significance of manufacturing goods right here in Seattle and what that means for Native artists and conscious consumers. Supporting local has reached new heights!
This is the second time that today's guest has appeared on Welcome Home to the Suburbs, but this time we're discussing something different. With so much going on in the industry at this time, I wanted to bring a top professional, Renée Biery, back on the podcast to share what we need to know as homeowners looking to do renovation projects! Renée deVignier Biery, ASID, is an interior designer based in Wilmington, Delaware. In 1994 she earned an Associate degree in Applied Science in Interior Design with distinction, from New York School of Interior Design, one of the country's oldest conservatory interior design programs. Biery honed her skills working in the design field in New York. She began in 1993 as an associate in the legendary Lexington Avenue boutique of Charlotte Moss, and then spent several years as a senior designer in the firm of Barbara Hauben Ross, a New York designer especially known for luxury Art Deco interiors. During her time in New York, Biery honed her skills in historical and architectural renovation, as well as modern color, shape and structure. This experience structured her approach of a quietly pared-down viewpoint that balances more embellished, traditional environments. Biery is formally trained in practical interior architecture with advanced technical and rendering proficiency. Her credentials include NCIDQ board licensing as a professional member of the ASID, the design industry's highest certification. Biery returned permanently to Wilmington in 2000 and established her own firm, deVignier design, inc. She works in restoration as well as new construction, and remains committed to the personal attention of a studio practice where she is fully involved from inception to installation with every assignment. Renée also has her own podcast, Only Girl On The Jobsite, which just celebrated its one-year anniversary. She has a ton of great resources and services for you, so stayed tuned until the end of the episode to hear all about the ways she can help you approach your next home renovation projecti! My accessory course has finally launched! In this course I reveal my secrets, tips and tricks in a simple video course that's broken up into modules. This will give you the resources, solutions, and really quick wins at an affordable price – all with direction from me. To grab it you can go to my website at https://jillkalmaninteriors.com/, or click the link in my Instagram bio, at https://www.instagram.com/jillkalmaninteriors/. I'm excited to announce that I have the perfect service for you called R.O.O.M (which stands for “Remove the Overwhelm and Overcome the Move One Room at a Time”). With this service you can tackle one room, or you can tackle 9. This result-driven digital service is available in bundles, and I want to meet you where you are in your purchasing path to buy things are get your home furnished beautifully. If you think you're overwhelmed and need some customized guidance from a pro, R.O.O.M is for you! For more details and to get started, reach out to me on my website at https://jillkalmaninteriors.com/ or DM me on Instagram, http://instagram.com/jillkalmaninteriors. As mentioned at the end of this episode, you can also go to https://jillkalmaninteriors.com/ to my great new Room Planner freebie that I have for you! I'm proud to announce that Welcome Home to the Suburbs has been listed in Feedspot's Top 25 Moving Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021! To view the entire list of shows featured, visit https://blog.feedspot.com/moving_podcasts/ Get full show notes and more information at: https://jillkalmaninteriors.com/podcast
In today's client story we hear from David Ashen, Founder of Dash Design. In business since 2004, Dash Design is a New York City based interior design and branding agency specializing in hotel, restaurant and retail as well as healthcare strategy and design. Ashen has seen the company through trends, growth, maturation and now into emerging markets and opportunities. Learn how ProCFO Partners and ProCFO Kathleen Reynolds has helped David remain visionary while helping to develop a more structured, productive financial function. Especially through the pandemic, learn how while some of Ashen's contemporaries ultimately are experiencing bankruptcy, Dash Design is emerging stronger than ever and poised for success.
Chelsea from Stylemutt Home is on the show sharing about the childhood memories and traditions of the holidays and how that has translated to her family today. Plus, take a peek at her holiday home decor style! See all the photos and links on the blog.
Welcome back to Season 3 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 55th episode of the podcast, we have the pleasure of sitting down with an incredible & well versed new guest. We have on Hollie Deese, the Owner & Publisher of Nashville Interiors! Hollie joins us in the booth to discuss every way in which journalism is integral to the interior design industry. She also gives the listeners an amazing new perspective on print & how we need to view it more as a spectacular time-capsule at the time of publication!Follow Hollie Deese: Personal InstagramCompany Instagram
Welcome back to the Designed for the Creative Mind podcast. Y'all are in for a special treat today as my next guest is the amazing Nancy Ganzekaufer. She is a Business Coach, Speaker, Body Language Trainer, and Author. We had a fabulous discussion about how best to respond in different situations, whether personal or professional. The words you choose can make or break a situation. And the way you use your words can either help or hurt your business relationships. Through her speaking, coaching, and in her book Respond with Confidence, Nancy shares her secrets to responding to any scenario effectively and with confidence. To connect with Nancy, you check her out on YouTube, Facebook, or Instagram! You can also check out her Interior Design Business Forum and her website NancyGanzekaufer.com Thank you to our sponsors for their support! Satanoff Insurance is focused on client connections and customized coverage … Be sure to tell them we sent you! Foyr Interior Design Software helps you create 3D floor plans & Interior Designs … Check them out! To stay in touch with Michelle, please follow her on Instagram and join our Free Facebook Community! Have ideas or suggestions or want to be considered as a guest on the show? Email me!
First and Main Design Market has a new designer! In this week's episode, Chelsea sits down with Jacob Neidlinger to talk about how he got his start in design, his time at design school, and working in the Seattle area. We are so glad to have him on the team. #InteriorDesign #Career #designpodcast Watch this episode on youtube. https://youtu.be/Mq3lrYboqcQ About this podcast: Each week, design coach and mentor Chelsea Coryell talks about the Interior Design business, pulling from her 30+ years of experience in the industry. Join us each week for an in-depth look into the industry, design theory, and running a successful design business. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Idesignforaliving Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chelseacoryell/?hl=en Chelsea and the DFAL team are working on relaunching the training program on a new platform this year. If you would like to learn more, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org We welcome your questions! Happy Designing!
Vintage Rugs: what on earth are all these dirty old rugs and why is everyone so obsessed? Where to start, what to look for, where to put them. What if you have wall-to-wall carpet? What is the difference between Persian and Turkish. CAN I JUST GO TO TARGET INSTEAD? It's a rugucation.
Welcome back to Season 3 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 54th episode of the podcast, we have the pleasure of sitting down with one of our spunkiest return guests. We have on Roy Marcus, the phenomenal Brand Ambassador at Artistic Tile!Roy joins us back in the booth to discuss everything that goes into how you set the stage in your luxury showroom. He also gives the listeners some amazing insights into how Artistic Tile adjusted during the pandemic & how they just managed to rework one of their original ad campaigns!Follow Roy Marcus:Personal InstagramCompany Instagram
Our first entrepreneur! Not too many can say they've survived the Shark Tank, and came out with a deal - but Matt Bliss and his grandfather's mid-century modern tree design captured the heart (and business mind) of Barbara Corcoran, and we hope this conversation captures yours as well! He recounted the stories of his grandfather, early stages of his business, & the iconic MCM homes he has visited to photograph his trees. We discussed design copies within our industry, and shared a nod to other makers in our community. This episode about Modern Christmas Trees is sure to get you in the holiday spirit!
Tara Headley is a rising star in the world of interior design. In this episode, we explore her journey as an immigrant, the power of networking, and her life hack around setting personal goals.Tara's journey began in Barbados, 2000 miles away from Savannah College of Art and Design where she studied. Tara currently works at Hendrick in Atlanta designing commercial interiors - and at this past NeoCon, Tarkett unveiled a new flooring product designed by Tara. It's been a big year for her. You'll love her energy and wisdom in this interview. Connect with Tara Headley on LinkedIn: Sign-up to receive a FREE copy of the newest Imagine a Place journal:Connect with Doug Shapiro on LinkedIn:
We take a break from our regularly-scheduled home improvement content and jump into trades career coaching! Dave and Brenda continue their discussion with Keith Osborne, owner of Osborne Plumbing LLC, as they chat about the trades, what it's like to pursue it as a career, and why it's a great alternative to a traditional college degree. We'll be back on November 21st with more home-improvement content!Hosted by David and Brenda Bryan. Produced and Edited by Merrill McNallyContact Osborne Plumbing LLC at: (978) 509-1095Find us @renovationmaderight on social mediawww.renovationmaderight.comwww.blackdogbuilders.comSend us your questions at email@example.com!