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Happy 2023! On this episode Allard and Colleen talk houses and the notable differences between Dutch and North American design. Why is there so much carpet in America?! What is with all the wooden kitchen cupboards, leather couches, and the national obsession with countertops?! (Spoiler: no one cares if it's marble/granite/godknowswhat). Didn't think the differences were that big? Think again! Colleen and Allard talk about their pet peeves including the HUGE ASS fridges of America vs the teeny-tiny minibar-esque fridges of Amsterdam, decorative bed pillows (Colleen is guilty of this!), and the Dutch tradition of keeping their curtains open for all to see! Spoiler: Allard decided to bring Tequila to the show - and all of a sudden Colleen CAN'T CONTROL herself! To end the episode, Allard presents Colleen with yet another 'Dutch mystery item'.....a necessary tool found in ALL Dutch kitchens! Can you guess what it is?!
This week we welcome a husband and wife team all the way from Guelph, Canada. Jasmine and Marc are the owners of Otis Interiors, a design-build firm. Otis Interiors is driven by quality and craftsmanship to create beautifully layered spaces that help tell your story. Each project is developed with the client at the center and Jasmine and Marc use a full-service, design-build approach to truly transform homes. Start listening to their story now!
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In de eerste podcast van 2023 is het interieurtalent van het jaar te gast Anne van Heugten van Nox Studio Interiors. 2 december ontving Anne uit handen van Evelien Reich van ELLE Decoration deze prachtige award. In onze podcast vertelt ze hoe is ze haar interieurbedrijf gestart. Wat zijn haar uitdagingen in het ondernemen in de interieurbranche en welke toekomstplannen heeft ze. De Interieur Club is hét inspiratieplatform voor de interieurprofessional. De Interieur Club is jouw partner om samen aan je interieurbedrijf te bouwen. Wij bieden de wekelijkse interieur talk, podcast, De Interieur Club Academie met cursussen, netwerkborrels, inspiratieblogs en masterclasses zodat jij jezelf kan ontwikkelen. Iedere week een inspirerend en informatief gesprek voor de interieurprofessional. Het cursusaanbod van 2023 voor De Interieur Club Academie is klaar, heb jij al gekeken? Check dan even onze website. Voor meer informatie en de agenda onze website: www.deinterieurclub.com
Greetings and welcome to a special episode recorded live in the on-site Stream Commerce podcasting studio at the New York City Global eCommerce Leaders Forum in September 2022. These episodes are presented by Stream Commerce, a full-service, full-funnel e-commerce consultancy bringing together the boldest and brightest innovators, strategists, and e-commerce experts. They are the Shopify Plus expert that does more than just build sites.The Global eCommerce Leaders Forum NYC 2022 brought together thought leaders from retailers and brands selling direct-to-consumer. Top global consumer brands were joined by digital natives and digitally-led brands from the fashion and apparel world, health, cosmetics and beauty, consumer electronics and other leading retail verticals for one full day of education, sharing and networking. On this episode, Stephanie Rado Taormina, Founder at Have Some Fun Today, live from GELF 2022 in NYCAbout StephanieAfter graduating from the prestigious Fashion BFA program at Parsons School of Design in NYC, Stephanie worked with some of the best designers in the business. Stephanie has spent more than 20 years in the industries of Fashion, Interiors, Manufacturing and Design. Stephanie has travelled globally and resides her business in the town of Wyomissing, PA where she operates her upscale interior design and fine art business. In July of 2014, Stephanie founded the lines HAVE SOME FUN TODAY Couture and HAVE SOME FUN TODAY HOME, a fashion, fine art, home furnishings and accessory line inspired by her late father's legacy. The first collection will be available in January 2015 on line and in retailers. To carry HAVE SOME FUN TODAY products in your retail location, please send Stephanie a private message.About MichaelMichael is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice. He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career. He has delivered keynotes, hosted fire-side discussions with C-level executives and participated on thought leadership panels worldwide. Michael was recently added to ReThink Retail's prestigious Top 100 Global Retail Influencers for a second year in 2022. Michael is also the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts, including Canada's top retail industry podcast, The Voice of Retail, plus the Remarkable Retail with author Steve Dennis, Global E-Commerce Tech Talks and The Food Professor with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois. Most recently, Michael launched Conversations with CommerceNext, a podcast focussed on retail eCommerce, digital marketing and retail careers - all available on Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music and all major podcast platforms. Michael is also the producer and host of the “Last Request Barbeque” channel on YouTube where he cooks meals to die for and influencer riches. If you liked this podcast, you can follow us on Apple iTunes, Spotify, Amazon music podcast channel or your favourite podcast platform. Please rate and be sure and recommend to a friend or colleague in the retail and cross-border commerce industry.You can learn more about the Global E-Commerce Leaders Forum and continue to keep up with the latest on cross-border commerce online at https://www.globalecommerceleadersforum.com. Be sure and visit our all-new YouTube site, where you will find plenty of excellent cross-border content from several of our events.
We welcome the wonderful Suzanne Tucker to the show this week, where she gives us a preview of her third book published last month, Extraordinary Interiors. Suzanne is recognized as one of the country's leading interior designers, known for her endearing style, attention to detail, and passion for architectural and decorative arts. Suzanne talks with us about many things including the beauty of having a second set of eyes when making interior design decisions, how to put your own stamp on something, and why the bones of a room or space matters first before you start adding the extra things on top of it. What You'll Hear on This Episode: How to put your own stamp on something in a way that gives it your personal touch. The beauty of having a trusted friend and pair of eyes when it comes to design. Why multi pigmented paint is such a great choice, and how it changes a room hour by hour. How bringing in art that you love and feel connected to can tie a room together stylistically. Why should we start with the “bones” and the framework before adding the little touches. How lighting can completely transform a room and is a key component and the three different levels of lighting. Suzanne's talks about “mouse house” in Santa Barbara and how it gives her a beautiful respite for serenity and peace. More about Suzanne's new book, Extraordinary Interiors and a few of the special projects featured in it. How we can make modern contemporary still feel warm and layered. Mentioned in This Episode: Suzanne Tucker: IG | Website Extraordinary Interiors Decorating Dilemma: Thank you for writing, and between the slow pitch ceiling, and angled fireplaces, what a beautiful space you have. We all agree that it already has fantastic bones, so brava for that. Suzanne says that she would not worry too much about the door, and you can leave it as is instead of painting it a particularly strong color. As far as the little telephone table, the cute little bench with the navy upholstery, we suggest putting something over it. Possibly a mirror, but if you go that route, be sure to note what exactly it is you are reflecting. If it's the kitchen, we may want to opt for something else. If you aren't feeling the chandelier, don't worry about tossing it! Remember, someone's trash is someone else's treasure. We love the black wall, and you can paint it black or just change it to a black outlet so it disappears. In that outlet, you can plug in a pair of lamps. Don't underestimate the power of having a piece of art in the kitchen. That's kind of fun. But, Suzanne also thinks the open shelves would be good there. Thanks so much, and let us know how it goes!
Podcast Title - All about Bali Interiors Hosts - Emma Vipond-Cooke & Karlie Cummins Guest - Sheila Man About This Episode/Episode Descriptions On this episode we interview Sheila Man from Bali Interiors. Sheila and her family moved to Bali 6 years ago to have a break from city life. Once she got bored of the holiday life Sheila decided to start a blog on Interior design in Bali. Fast forward to now and Sheila has a booming business where she photographs villas and products all over Bali. She has also added a YouTube channel showcasing some of Bali's most stunning villas to her business, and more recently she also started hosting Interior retreats. Sheila tells us her business and personal story, and tells us all about building her dream house in Bali (the good, the bad & the ugly!) Find Sheila here: Sheila's Instagram Bali Interiors Website About Emma & Karlie Emma Vipond - Cooke is the Co Host of Bali Insiders Podcast and Founder of Long Table Events Bali. Emma has lived in Bali for the past 5 years with her Husband and now twin boys. Long Table Events is one of Bali's leading Events Businesses specialising in creating bespoke Weddings and Corporate Events across the island. She has also just launched a new Mobile Events Bar Service called PALMS. Karlie Cummins is the Co Host of Bali Insiders and Founder of Bali Buddies - a digital Insider's Guides to all things Bali and surrounds. She has called Bali home for the past 6 years, along with her husband and two teenage daughters. Karlie works with most of the resorts, restaurants and hospitality & tourism associations across Bali as part of her business. Find Bali Buddies & Long Table Events longtableevents.com balibuddies.com Watch this on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/2LhXeOiH3yU
In this 100th episode clip show of Hospitality Design's What I've Learned podcast, editor in chief Stacy Shoemaker Rauen reflects on 100 fascinating guests, incredible stories, and thought-provoking lessons learned with past guests including Raul Leal, SH Hotels & Resorts; Brad Wilson, Ace Hotel Group; Venus Williams, V Starr; Ian Schrager, ISC; chef Daniel Boulud, Kia Weatherspoon, Determined by Design, Paula Scher, Pentagram, and more.
Episode 66 with Julius from Passio Interiors. Passio Interiors is an Austrialian based company that specializes in high quality hardware for you home. Julius is one of the founders and he talks to me about how they started the company and why, plus about the future of the company. Follow Passio Interiors @passiointeriors If you can leave a review and subscribe to my Podcast on Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to this it would be greatly appreciated
“We're taking a well deserved break for a couple of weeks to soak up the festive season. In the mean time, we wanted to share with you some of the listener favourites from the back catalogue. These conversations were ones that really stood out to us and are jam packed full of value. If you haven't had a chance to listen to this one previously, or you're new here at BuildHer, enjoy! We will be back with fresh new episodes for 2023 in a couple of weeks!” ------------------------------------------------------- Have you ever wondered how interior designers come up with all of their amazing ideas? In today's episode, Rebeka is talking with Nicole Rosenberg from Liberty Interiors. We are so grateful to have Nicole on the show, her warmth and passion shine through in our conversation. Her designs are beautifully inspired, vibrant and really set her apart in the industry. But we can hear you asking where all of her ideas come from? What happens if you're just staring at an empty wall with an even emptier mind? We're so lucky today as she's going to give us a tremendous treat by walking us through how she comes up with her designs and the processes she implements to ensure her clients love them. Soak in the inspiration and create your own mood board for your next project today! LINKS: Website: Liberty Interiors Instagram: @liberty.interiors Join our Renovating and Building for Profit event here James Street Project: https://www.buildhercollective.com.au/jamesst/ Buy our new book: BuildHer, A practical guide to building and renovating BuildHer Website: https://buildhercollective.com.au/ BuildHer Instagram: @buildhercollective BuildHer Facebook: Women who Design, Decorate, Renovate & Build Register for a call: https://go.oncehub.com/BuildHer See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There's nothing like walking into our homes and feeling like they're truly ours, and that in every nook and cranny, our identities are apparent. We all have unique personalities, quirks, stories and styles, but so many of us don't see those things reflected in our spaces, and that affects our wellbeing. How do we bring our stories and lifestyles into how we arrange and decorate our homes? Can we take control of the clutter so that we feel calm in our spaces? In this episode, certified Interior Designer and an entrepreneur, Jessica Velazquez talks about how to catapult your inner designer and decorate our homes with confidence. For a home to be inspiring, it doesn't have to be perfect, look like a furniture store or an Instagram influencer's home. It's a house where you walk in and you can see who lives there. -Jessica Velazquez 3 Things You'll Learn in This Episode Why it's possible to have impostor syndrome when it comes to our homesHow do we build our confidence to decorate our homes the way we want? How to deal with clutterWhen we have young children, we often feel like there's no point decorating because the house will get messy anyway. Can we change this? Why there's no such thing as a one size fits all room designWhy do we have to stop trying to decorate to a specific style and use our lifestyles as the departure point of decorating our homes instead? Guest Bio Jessica Velazquez is a certified Interior Designer and an entrepreneur. After graduating in Toronto, she worked in Panama combining design and real estate. In Canada, she founded Interiors by Jessica and uses her innovative Threefold Design Map to help her clients and students strategize their dreams, beat decor fatigue, and avoid budget regrets. As a firm believer that our well-being is inseparable from our environment, Jessica created “The 9 Limiting Beliefs Sabotaging Our Home-Dreams” and leads the virtual movement Self-Care Begins At Home. She is on a mission to empower others to design spaces that take care of us and set us up for success. For more information, head to https://www.pinstoreality.com and follow @interiors_by_jessica on Instagram.
Episode 10: Intro To Biophilic Design Episode 4 (Seth's Wife, Vanessa): Nutrition for Hormonal Health & PMS Issues Follow Seth's photography on Instagram: @sethvdl Foxterra Design on TikTok (Luxury Backyards): @foxterradesign
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 134*A giant mantle plume identified on MarsA new study suggests the Martian core could still be at least partially molten liquid. The findings reported in the journal Nature Astronomy are based on the detection of what appears to be a deep mantle plume – a region of liquid magma heated by the planet's core and rising towards the surface.*A new technique to study planetary interiorsSeismologists from The Australian National University have developed a new technique showing the Martian core is some 3620 kilometres across – somewhat smaller than the Earth's core.*Mars mega tsunamiA Martian mega tsunami which flooded a vast area of the red planet's northern hemisphere billions of years ago, may have been caused by an ancient asteroid collision similar to the Chicxulub impact on Earth.*The Science ReportPromising results from a Phase 1 clinical trials of a new HIV vaccine.UN calls for the Great Barrier Reef to be placed on UNESCO's list of world heritage sites in danger.Amateur fossil hunters in Queensland have uncovered the remains of a seven metre long Plesiosaur.Skeptics guide Scottish ghosts swearingThe Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast. Listen to SpaceTime on your favorite podcast app with our universal listen link: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com/listen For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ If you love this podcast, please get someone else to listen to. Thank you…To become a SpaceTime supporter and unlock commercial free editions of the show, gain early access and bonus content, please visit https://bitesz.supercast.com/ . Premium version now available via Spotify and Apple Podcasts.For more podcasts visit our HQ at https://bitesz.com #podcast #astronomy #space #science #spacetime #news
Marina Hyde discusses the latest revelations on justice secretary Dominic Raab (1m30s), Amelia Tait gets to the bottom of Made.com's dramatic downfall (10m16s), and Sophie Heawood talks to director, actor and writer Kathy Burke about making it through her darkest period (29m56s)
Tom Elliott was joined in studio by Joe Catalano, from Catalano Interiors, to hand over the magnificent prize to a lucky listener.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SEMA Show 2022 Special Finale! Holley Performance, Legendary Interiors, Meguiar's Car Care, Send Cut Send (One Off Hot Rod Parts), and THOR (Electric Tesla Mufflers)! The post TMCP #527: SEMA Show 2022 Special Finale! Holley Performance, Legendary Interiors, Meguiar's Car Care, Send Cut Send (One Off Hot Rod Parts), and THOR (Electric Tesla Mufflers)! first appeared on The Muscle Car Place.
Dig Me Out listeners know Jeremy Toback from his time playing bass in Brad with Shawn Smith (vocals), Stone Gossard (guitars) and Regan Hagar and his appearance on that band's first three albums: Shame (1993), Interiors (1997) and Welcome to Discovery Park (2002). During the ‘90s, he also released 2 full-lengths, Perfect Flux Thing (1997) and Another True Fiction (1999), as well as a self-titled EP (1996). After being burned out by the music industry and the major label experience, Jeremy took some time off before discovering a new outlet for his songwriting. With the help of a long-time friend, Renee Stahl, Jeremy began recording softer lullabies for young children which eventually led to peaceful reinterpretations of popular rock songs by artists ranging from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Led Zeppelin to INXS. Renee and Jeremy's latest single is a cover of Harry Styles' “As It Was.” In November, Jeremy released his first new solo song in two decades, the beautifully minimalistic “Conjuring,” with an equally enthralling video. Songs In This Episode: Intro - Unbecome (from Perfect Flux Thing) 4:24 - Circle & Line (from Interiors by Brad) 34:26 - 20th Century (from Shame by Brad) 1:08:36 - Buttercup (from Shame by Brad) Outro - Butterfly Elephant (from Perfect Flux Thing) Support the podcast, join the DMO UNION at Patreon. Listen to the episode archive at DigMeOutPodcast.com.
In this episode, Jessica and I discuss the unique design code every person has and how your home environment has an impact on your day to day. Jessica Velazquez is an Interior Designer, the creator of “The 9 Limiting Beliefs Sabotaging Our Home-Dreams” and the host of My First Home in Canada – a virtual event designed to empower attendees with the tools they need to overcome today's homeownership challenges in Canada. She also leads the virtual movement #selfcarebeginsathome, which gathers experts in the self-wellness industry to provide transformative insight into how to create a home that takes care of us and sets us up for success. Through her coaching service, Interiors by Jessica, she helps her clients put together a plan that aligns with their vision and budget before spending any money, eradicating remodeler's remorse. Enhancing each client's unique home space to manifest and truly support their authentic lifestyle and personal taste is her mission. She believes that because our well-being is inseparable from our environment, improving our surroundings is a duty we owe to ourselves. Her innovative Design Pillars empower each client to take action, refine their intentions and strategize their dreams, beating decor fatigue and avoiding budget regrets. Connect with Jessica: interiorsbyjessica.ca Instagram @interiors_by_jessica. www.alysialyons.com Connect with Alysia: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/momsupportcoach/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/momsupportcoach Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/momsupportcoach/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/momsupportcoach/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/momsupportcoach/support
Pat Gentilehttps://newenglandtaxrelief.com/free, one-on-one phone consultation with Pat, call:1-800-880-8388Keith Recker author of Deep Color: The Shades That Shape Our Soulshttps://www.amazon.com/Deep-Color-Shades-Shape-Souls/dp/0764364413Patricia L. Gentile, CPA, Attorney at Law joins us to talk IRS updates and End of Year Finances. Patricia's strategies are customized to your specific needs to completely resolve your IRS issues and avoid the ‘band aid', ‘small steps' approach so many other tax attorneys take. https://www.newenglandtaxrelief.com Keith Recker is Editor in Chief of TABLE Magazine, a publication with strong roots in food and drink, as well as travel, interior design, fashion and jewelry, and other facets of modern living, in both print and digital formats. Recker is also a creative director at the Pantone Color Institute, and a member of the Interiors forecasting team at the Color Association of the United States. In his new book, Deep Color: The Shades That Shape Our Souls, Keith Recker, “the poet laureate of color” discusses the power of color as a force in our lives, a major influence in visual and verbal communication, and on the decisions we make daily. https://www.chromosapien.com/
We meet emerging artist Nash Glynn, from her studio in New York's Seaport! Nash Glynn (b.1992) is a transdisciplinary American artist currently working in NYC. Working across painting, photography, and video, Glynn is best known for her groundbreaking nude self-portraits of her experience and life as a transgender woman, an underrepresented figure in the Western art canon until recently. Glynn was born and raised in Miami, Florida and learned to paint while working at her father's set design shop. Speaking about their work, the artist says, ‘I use paint as I use my body, and as such the possibilities for spontaneity of form and change become inexhaustible. By crafting affective figures I seek to create empathy. The work serves as an affirmation, a reminder that representation has no outside, meaning we choose the reference, add and remove as we please, manipulate each stroke with unique gesture and tone. A process of painting, also known as self-determination.'Nash Glynn (b.1992) received her BFA in 2014 from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and in 2017 her MFA from Columbia University. She has had solo shows at Participant Inc. in 2019, OCD Chinatown in 2020, and an upcoming exhibition at Vielmetter Los Angeles in Fall 2021. Her work has been in publications such as Artforum, Candy Transversal Magazine, and New American Paintings. Glynn was the recipient of the Leslie-Lohman Museum Artist Fellowship in 2017."Interiors, with its plural title, belies the singularity of Glynn's point of view. Lately, she sticks to painting what she sees from the swivel stool she's positioned between window and easel, things like: apples in a bowl, closed door, knife. Herself in a mirror, or her mind's eye. Mostly windows. Yet this self-imposed agreement comes with a proviso to also see with her eyes closed, so as to produce landscapes that look mental. Glynn's intuitive aversion to the rules of the physical world finds its clearest expression in her palette, which has the firmness of a signature. Alice Neel's cobalt, Paul Gauguin's vermillion, Lucian Freud's mauve are all her colours now. Mixing: as little as possible. Earth tones: no. When she concedes the need for green in a landscape, the shade she uses is not actually grass but jade, à la Ferdinand Hodler; the resulting swath of field looks undulant and cold enough to pass for ocean. Then of course there is white. Rauschenberg's white, or Ryman's. The white of a well-rested eye, of the sand under the sun, of nothing said. Glynn has, over the past several years, developed a style of both still life and portraiture in which objects and/or subjects are exquisitely rendered and then set out on a ground that is white except for traces of shadow, so that the knife or flower or girl appears surfaced from memory." Excerpt from Catalogue Essay by Sarah Nicole Prickett from show Interiors.Follow Nash on Instagram: @NashGlynnVisit Nash's official website: http://www.nashglynn.com/View images at Vielmetter, LA: https://vielmetter.com/exhibitions/nash-glynn and @Vielmetter Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Are you thinking about transitioning from a staging business to a full-service interior design firm? Watch this video! Katie and Olivia of Hearth Homes Interiors started as a staging company and found success, but they decided they wanted to pivot and go all-in as a design firm. Today, they walk us through what led them to that decision, as well as how they navigated the transition. Hearth Homes Interiors is a Santa Barbara design firm owned by two sisters-in-law, Katie Labourdette-Martinez and Olivia Wahler. After starting as a staging company and finding success, they decided they wanted to pivot and go all-in as a design firm. Their work reflects that highly-coveted, quintessential Santa Barbara style—refined and timeless, approachable, livable, and filled with organic textures and layers. *** ⭐️Are you a new designer or decorator entering the industry, but you're not quite sure whether you'd like to do staging or design? Staging is an incredibly necessary service, especially for the real estate market, but it can require a lot of logistics. You'll occasionally be met with long-term homeowners that may be uncomfortable seeing new furniture in their home, or are upset that they have to put their personal identifying items away. However, this needs to be done because staging has to appeal to the masses - it needs to be visually appealing to the most amount of people possible. With design, you can be more specific to the person that will be living in the space. You can give a different sort of flair to design that you cannot with staging. Olivia says designing a house for a family to live in is extremely gratifying; she loves designing it to their lifestyle and creating a space that's going to comfort them and make them happy. ⭐️When it comes to staging, you need to be able to plan out your finances. Having inventory and storing that inventory can get really expensive - consequently, staging is a business where people are often breaking even. You have to be very strategic if you want to make staging a profitable business. You also need to be aware of how the market is doing in order to price your business appropriately. You can dip your toes in the water (without the financial risk) by redesigning existing spaces and freshening up what people already have. Do you really need to have your own inventory for staging? There are business models where you could rent your furniture, however, it's a trade off as it may compromise your overall furniture selection. ⭐️Is staging or design more lucrative? For Hearth Homes Interiors, staging had a cap - they only had so much warehouse space and inventory, so they couldn't stage an endless amount of homes. Additionally, during slower months as well as the pandemic, the market became unpredictable. The status of the market is a big part of staging overall. With design, Hearth Homes found that there was a lot more potential to make more money, and the market has less of an impact since it's a luxury service. ***
A joint venture at its finest. Adient & Bridgewater Interiors bring unique skill sets and heritage together to manufacture automotive interiors. Jointly, the companies employ nearly 75,000, operate in 31 countries and produce components that go into over 20 million vehicles annually.Listen to Ron Hall and Doug Del Grosso, as they explain their unique industry, how tiered suppliers work, the joint venture, supply chains issues and disrupters, just in time manufacturing, reshoring, and much more. As both are veterans in the industry, they have the recipe for continued successes.
Fabulous Justine from Vintage Pieces joins this episode to tell us all about how to find truly personal (and useful!) gifts whilst supporting local and small businesses. Thank you to Peachy Belts, the sponsor of Season 3! Order your own today and use discount code ASKCHARLIE for 10% off! www.peachybelts.co.uk Get your Christmas Hamper by Ask Charlie and stock your cupboard for the festive season! Chutney included! Visit Ask Charlie online shop: www.askcharlie.how/shop ✨DISCOUNT CODE: PODCAST10✨
Emily Henson is an art director and stylist and the author of five books. Her latest is Create: Inspiring homes that value creativity over consumption. In this episode Emily talks about her journey from stylist and blogger to author and the close collaborative, relationship she has with her publisher. It's a really fun and informative episode for all those who would love to know exactly what goes in to producing and writing gorgeous and thoughtful illustrated books.LinksCreate - Emily HensonLife Unstyled - Emily HensonLife Unstyled BlogLife Unstyled on InstagramEmily Henson's Styling portfolioPenny Wincer's Newsletter - pennywincerwrites.comPenny of Instagram - @pennywincer
The Inside Stylists Podcast: Episode 88 Headlin From writer to The British Blanket Company Talking all things interiors with Bethan John The first thing I saw on today's guest's website is "Love is a warm blanket" and I couldn't agree more. Today's guest is one half of the brother and sister duo who set about to make the best British-made wool blankets from traditional mills that they could and boy did they succeed. Now, with a range of over 150 designs from throws and blankets to picnic blankets and scarves and in every conceivable colour they are going from strength to strength. I'm really excited to be talking today with one half of The British Blanket Company, the lovely Bethan John enjoy Show notes for today's episode are here Find us here InsideStylists.com Instagram: Instagram.com/InsideStylists Facebook: Facebook.com/InsideStylists Podcasts : Insidestylists.com/podcast/ Blogs : Insidestylists.com/inside-stylists-blog/
The Cruise Ship Interiors Expo is the world's only exhibition and conference exclusively dedicated to connecting the cruise design industry - and Break Some Dishes had the unique opportunity to podcast LIVE from the event! In today's episode, you'll hear from:Jon Ingleton | Executive Editor of Cruise & Ferry InteriorsMy Nguyen | Director of Interior Design, Holland America GroupGreg Walton | Founding Partner, Studio DadoThese amazing guests sat down to educate us on the sustainable innovation happening in the cruise industry, as well as the challenges this industry looks to address in the near future. Break Some Dishes is an Imagine a Place Production, presented by OFS: https://ofs.com/imagine-a-place
In this episode, I sit down with the owners of Knotty and Board interiors to talk about their growth as a beautiful local small business. They also give me an inside peek at the real process of converting a 100-year-old home into a commercial showroom for Knotty and Board.Knotty and Board InteriorsAddress: 20700 N Main St #104, Cornelius, NC 28031Shoutouts to local businesses:Main Street Books Davidson The Village Store Oxygen Group Sweet Somethings by Deanna Nonprofits:SCORE CharlotteRotary Club of DavidsonSign up for The Best of LKN Email Newsletter HERE!Partner with The Best of LKN and Grow Your Business! Click HERE to learn more!Special thanks to our sponsors:Sodoma Law NorthBlumengärten FloristClean Eatz Cafes - Lake NormanJuelerye Fine Gifts & ArtRefresh Medical SpaEleven Lakes Brewing Co.SoundVisionJohn Hassell - Farm Bureau InsuranceHoffman Lending TeamThe Sarver Group - Keller Williams RealtyLKN ImagesSchwinn CPA PLLCSupport the show
154 – We're delighted to welcome property stylist, Fabienne Miler to our podcast show. Not only is she founder of Fabienne Interior, she is also a trainer and an international award winner of Home Staging Best transformation 2022! She works with both high-end and cost effective interiors for property investors and is going to share the mistakes many people make with their HMO interiors. ⭐Fabienne started in a very different background in chemistry and project management for large corporate company - this gave her a process and structure to the way she designs properties⭐She has a love of welcoming interiors and places that make people happy after being a long term tenant, frustrated by lifeless spaces and dull atmosphereClick here to watch and listen to the episode✅ https://rent2rentsuccess.com/154 ✅You can find out more about the ethical way to make money from properties you don't own with our FREE Rent to Rent Masterclass and Guide.✅ Free Rent 2 Rent Success Guide & Masterclass✅ Support the show
This week on Trade Legends.... * Drum Roll * @P B Plumber is back! He's found a gap in his marathon schedule to grace us with his presence (Medals in tow). Not only that we've got two exciting new guests as well! Isaac, better know as Izzy the Bricky tells us how he went to University to study forensic psychology then realised he basically just wanted to do freshers and left to become a Bricky. Josh talks us through how we was originally going to become a chef before his dad got him a carpentry apprenticeship, and eventually founding his own business during lockdown, complete with his own workshop. ⭐ Save 50% with code TRADELEGENDS at Tradify | https://bit.ly/3pVHz2a
Ron Bowman lost 20 friends and 6 employees in the events of 9/11, and this is his real, raw and deeply personal story of the events and the journey of chaos and darkness that followed with PTSD. Ron Bowman is an Interiors and Mission Critical subject matter expert with experience in general contracting and construction management. He is current the Chairman and CEO of Unique Infrastructure Group 2. He is a multi-market consultant, real estate broker and builder of data centres, off grid energy and waste solutions. He's a partner in strategic planning and execution of missio9n critical facilities. His best practices are memorialized in 3 award winning books, 12 white papers, 2 patents pending and 8 YouTube videos for viewing. Ron is a professor at Columbia University Masters Program - School of Architecture and Design and Business School and a professor at Baruch College undergraduate studies. Ron has been engaged in over 50 speakingn events including the White House (Obama administration), keynote speaker at World Energy Conference (Philadelphia), Intelligent Building Conference (Paris), The Pentagon (Navy), NATO (Iceland), Japanese Intelligent Building Conference (Tokyo), Future Wireless Communications (Johanesburg), Wall Street Technology Conference - MegaWatts to Cash (NYC), The Future of Data Centres (Shanghai), Smart Cities Villages (Punjab, India). In this episode you'll discover: - The first hand loss and grief of 9/11 and the collateral that ensued - Managing competing realities with PTSD - The dark and chaotic side of healing - Why you can't reach those experiencing trauma - The layers of healing unto self required And more. Show notes If you enjoyed this episode, and you've learnt something or it inspired you in some way, I'd love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, and post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag me, @elinormoshe_ or Elinor Moshe on LinkedIn.
I have an inquisitive & skeptic mind, I'm an independent researcher, self published author, artist, web designer, video producer, star gazer, philosopher & nature lover. Have traveled around the world, and lived in several countries in North America and Europe. I believe traveling & living overseas, has allowed me to have a better understanding about human nature. My background: Art & Design BA. Consultant of Green & non-toxic Interiors, Edible Gardens & lived off-grid. I am fluent in English & Spanish; can read some Italian, French, Swedish and Latin. Raised in the Catholic faith. My Spiritual journey began in my early 20's when I traveled to India, New York & Mexico to study Hatha Yoga & Meditation. Learned several eastern healing modalities and worked as a Fitness Coach. I created Mythos Decoded, in hope to inspire and awaken an interest in reading and researching the works of ancient Greek Historians, World Mythologies, Sacred Texts and Plasma Physics, in order to comprehend our dysfunctional civilization & learn more about the fascinating, and often very frightening world our ancestors experienced & incredibly, were able to survive the catastrophes; analyzing the information through a new lens & with a new perspective from Plasma Astrophysics which unlike mainstream theories, it is proven in the laboratory. Looking for answers to the questions we might have regarding "Reality," the "Meaning & Purpose of Life" & "Good & Evil" in the texts left to us by the ancients and the many epics and stories of World Creations, which perhaps were written as the true sagas of our forebears, Earth and of the Solar System. I encourage you to analyze the information and sources, ponder on its meaning and come up with your own conclusions. In my analysis, I attempt to be objective & respectful. Peace be with you! Tess Tess Clark youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOfNBySZ3_1RsPrtnmcBAUQ Tess Clark Mythos Decoded Website: https://mythosdecoded.wixsite.com/mythos/about For more typical skeptic podcasts: www.youtube.com/c/typicalskeptic www.anchor.fm/typical-skeptic www.rokfin.com/typicalskeptic www.rumble.com/typicalskeptic #mythos #cosmogony #anunnaki #typical_skeptic #podcast #youtubepremiere #tessclark to donate: buymeacoffee.com/typicalseptic Affiliates: Natural Shilajit and Monoatomic Gold from Healthy Nutrition LLC. use code: ROB And my affiliate link to share: https://glnk.io/77v6/3 GODDESSES OF EROS AND SECRET KNOWLEDGE COURSES BY DR. KUJAWA https://courses.sacredstories.com/cou... Use Code: Eros --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/typical-skeptic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/typical-skeptic/support
On this episode of VIE Speaks: Conversations with Heart & Soul podcast, host Lisa Marie Burwell, VIE's CEO/editor-in-chief, spoke with Chris Reebals, the founder of Christopher Architecture and Interiors and Christopher Collection. Chris shares his passion for creating beautiful homes and structures through his full-service design firm with locations in Los Angeles, New York, and Birmingham, Alabama. He stands as the president, lead designer, and project architect, creating custom designs grounded in excellence for clients nationwide. He is also the founder of Christopher Collection, a high-end retail store featuring art and interior decor located in the heart of Birmingham. Chris utilizes his servant heart and leadership skills to give back to the community through initiatives like Christopher Kids, which presents children in the Southeast who are experiencing chronic illness, disabilities, or other life challenges with design services to create the spaces of their dreams. Tune in for a conversation grounded in grace, service, and passion for creating intentional architecture by keeping the customer vision at the forefront of every project. To connect with Chris and his team, explore his work and services at ChristopherAI.com and his interior decor line at ChristopherCollection.com.
In this episode, I talk to Colin King, an interior stylist, product designer and creative director. We cover topics such as his work/life balance, the source of his motivation, how he approaches interior styling, his work routines, his thoughts on professional growth and relevancy, the power of asking for help and of helping others, his challenges along the journey, including encounters with addiction and his path to sobriety, and much more.BiographyAs the go-to interiors stylist for the world's leading brands and publications, Colin King has defined the style of modern American design. After studying dance in New York City, King transitioned his creative background into the realm of interiors through Colin King Studio.Colin King is a regular contributing stylist to publications including Architectural Digest, T Magazine, ELLE DECOR, and Ark Journal. King additionally has his own celebrated product lines with the Morocco-based Beni Rugs – where he was recently named Artistic Director-at-Large – and the Scandinavian design shop MENU, with more in the works. In March of 2023, King will release Arranging Things (Rizzoli), a book sharing his intuitive and deeply personal process of elevating spaces through a series of anecdotes and visual essays written with Sam Cochran.King continues to expand his studio practice to include creative direction, product development and installation design, imparting his signature aesthetic across the industry.Selected Links From the EpisodeColin King's WebsiteColin King's InstagramMENUBeni RugsTracy AndersonBilly Clark Creative ManagementRoman and WilliamsTom DelavanColin King's Home/Office on Architectural DigestShow NotesIntroduction [00:00:00]The Mindful Creative Year [00:01:02]Episode Introduction [00:03:20]On Becoming a Creative Professional [00:05:16]Advice for Young Creatives [00:13:38]Work Routines of an Interior Stylist and Product Designer [00:20:27]Managing Your Finances as a Creative Professional [00:36:13]Short Episode Break – Support the Podcast [00:41:27]Importance of Personal and Professional Growth [00:42:11]Challenges on Colin King's Creative Journey [00:51:35]Colin King's Approach to Styling and Challenges of the Interior Industry [01:08:53]How to Be a Better Creative Professional [01:23:52]Episode Outro [01:29:08]Full transcript and more at https://creative.voyage/
Today on the Pro Organizer Bootcamp™ Podcast, I'm chatting with Corine Phillips, an organizer turned interior designer in Houston, Texas. She believes that interior styling should reflect each client's personality and their life experiences. Learn how she pivoted from a career as a professional organizer into a career as an interior designer! You can check out Corine's website at https://corinephillips.com/ and follow her on Instagram over at @corinephillipsinteriors. Plus check out these awesome podcast resources for professional organizers: ► FREE GET NEW CLIENTS FAST GUIDE: https://bit.ly/getclientsfastguide ► FREE CONSULTATIONS 101 MASTERCLASS: https://bit.ly/consultations101masterclass ► BOOK A 1HR STRATEGY CALL WITH MELISA: https://bit.ly/productiveorganizer ► Pro Organizer Bootcamp™ Instagram Community: https://www.instagram.com/proorganizerbootcamp ► Pro Organizer Bootcamp™ Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/proorganizerbootcamp ► Pro Organizer Bootcamp™ Mastermind: https://www.proorganizerbootcamp.com/groupcoaching ► Pro Organizer Bootcamp™ Course: https://www.proorganizerbootcamp.com/course ► HoneyBook for Organizers - get 20% off: http://share.honeybook.com/melisa823
Mike Fisher founded Studio Indigo in 2005 and it now employs over 50 interior designers and architects. He says, 'Architects are often monochromatic and rather restrained in their use of colour. I soon realised the architect wasn't most important person and if I wanted to be in control, I had to be an interior designer too'. Mike chats to host Carole Annett about choosing colour in a northern climate such as the UK, how to use colour to make a statement and how one of their projects for a Scandinavian client involved a brave choice - a mustard-lacquer sitting room (the client loved it). They also discuss paint finishes and why some paint brands have a reputation for being difficult to apply. Mike offers lots of colour and paint choosing tips as well as wonderful insider stories including installing a dog lift in his London house for his much-loved pooches. He also has a new book out by Vendome Press - Studio Indigo, Architecturally Creative Interiors. Tune in for more
We're back! In this weeks episode, Kim sat down with Sam Struck from Strucksured Interiors. We learn all about Sam, what brought her to Hood River and how she formed her business. Sam and her team do an incredible job and offer some fanatasic design ideas for your new home or your home renovation! Check other their website AND there social media to contact Sam for your next project! From www.Strucksured.com "OUR CALLING is to consider each project holistically, by designing spaces that reflect both functionality and each client's specific aesthetic, the landscape, and as well as their budgetary goals. OUR VISION is formed by a deep respect for nature and our landscape coupled with an appreciation for clean, fine lines and a modern, fresh twist. OUR MASTERY comes from over ten years of experience designing for both international and domestic markets. We not only curate the materials and finishes needed to achieve your goals but also provide meticulously detailed drawing packages for your build team to implement on site. OUR PROCESS is the same for every project regardless of scope and size. Design is intimate--a reflection of who we are and how we interact in our near environment. This makes the process dynamic and responsive as we tackle each projects unique set of needs. We consider each project in its entirety, from inside and out, to ensure careful consideration as you move from space to space. We realize that in order to ensure the successful implementation of your space's design, we must be present and engaged in all phases of planning and construction. We love to see each project through the final touches. WE PARTNER with professionals across all disciplines and sectors of this industry. Working with us means you will have access to our network of architects, engineers, builders, suppliers, craftspeople and artisans. The synergy formed through collective collaboration is where the magic happens."
This episode is proudly sponsored by Carlisle Homes, Australia's number 1 builder for 2021. Tune into their new podcast show Home Files (hosted by us!) to uncover all the truths about what knocking down and building your dream home. Listen here. Is it possible to build a profitable, fulfilling business, working 3 days a week? If you're asking Jen Bishop, former newspaper journalist and magazine editor, the answer is a resounding YES. She's built The Interiors Addict, Australia's largest interior design, styling and renovation blog, doing just that. In this chat Jen shares how she's designed her business around the lifestyle she wants and how she's intentionally kept her operation lean, employing contractors to create the majority of her content while focusing her time on bringing in the cash. You'll learn: Birthing her business after being made redundant Being a commentator not an expert Monetising her platform through sponsored content, partnerships and brand ambassadorship gigs Getting through COVID despite losing most of her cash flow Her preference for working with contractors over agencies Why being kind is her guiding principle ~ Connect with us ~ Find us at www.ladybrains.com.au Follow us on Instagram @lady.brains Chat to us in the Facebook group, the lady-brains clubhouse Sign up for our online business course BASE CAMP here Sign up for our Black Friday Marketing Crash Course here and have your best sales weekend ever Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is proudly sponsored by Carlisle Homes, Australia's number 1 builder for 2021. Tune into their new podcast show Home Files (hosted by us!) to uncover all the truths about what knocking down and building your dream home. Listen here.Is it possible to build a profitable, fulfilling business, working 3 days a week? If you're asking Jen Bishop, former newspaper journalist and magazine editor, the answer is a resounding YES. She's built The Interiors Addict, Australia's largest interior design, styling and renovation blog, doing just that. In this chat Jen shares how she's designed her business around the lifestyle she wants and how she's intentionally kept her operation lean, employing contractors to create the majority of her content while focusing her time on bringing in the cash. You'll learn: Birthing her business after being made redundant Being a commentator not an expert Monetising her platform through sponsored content, partnerships and brand ambassadorship gigs Getting through COVID despite losing most of her cash flow Her preference for working with contractors over agencies Why being kind is her guiding principle ~ Connect with us ~ Find us at www.ladybrains.com.au Follow us on Instagram @lady.brains Chat to us in the Facebook group, the lady-brains clubhouse Sign up for our online business course BASE CAMP here Sign up for our Black Friday Marketing Crash Course here and have your best sales weekend ever Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys are joined by repeat revisitors Shawn Brown and Kasey Anderson for not one but two episodes about the Seattle band “Brad.” Did you listen to the "Shame" episode first? This episode we'll tackle Brad's second release from 1997 “Interiors.” Plenty of discussion about Kasey's new EP “The Vibromonk Sessions,” buying records from Regan from the band, Brendan O'Brien & Nick DiDia, Satchel, snowboarding drunk, Wendy Suter, Scarface, and lots of conversation about the sequencing of this album.Check out Kasey at:https://www.kaseyandersonmusic.com/Check out Shawn at:https://www.shawnbrownmusic.com/Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/ or join our Patreon at patreon.com/RecordsRevisitedPodcast
2 years ago, Michele Hottel joined me to give advice to homeowners so that they could learn from the mistakes of others. As I reflected on the past three years in the week of my podiversary, I listened again to this episode and wanted to revisit it. We talked about renovating while pregnant, building too much space, rising construction costs and more. About our guest: Michele Grace Hottel, Architect is a firm practicing Architecture, Interiors, and Visual Arts, specializing in Custom and multi-family Residential and smaller Commercial and Institutional projects since 1994. Prior to her current practice, Michele was a consultant with other Architecture and Engineering firms in the Los Angeles and San Diego areas for twelve years before and after attending Cal Poly, Pomona for Architecture. One can read her blog, "I've never met a woman architect before..." a blog about my life... , the trials and tribulations, as one could say, of being a woman, a mother, a wife, a volunteer, a public servant, and last but not least, an architect. Michele is also a Commissioner and Subject Matter Expert for the California Architects Board, a City of La Mesa Planning Commissioner in her third term, the Chair of the American Institute of Architecture (AIA) Chair of the Custom Residential Architecture Network (CRAN) for the AIA San Diego and Palomar Chapters. She also served as the Chair of the Committee for AIA California's Inaugural Housing Forum for attainable housing. In addition, Michele served on the Board and Past President of the La Mesa Arts Alliance, served as a La Mesa Parks and Recreation Board Member, a La Mesa Centennial Planning Committee member and lead the Centennial Legacy Project Subcommittee. ********************************************************************************************* Thanks so much for being with us this week. Please see the episode enhancement for this and other episodes athttps://www.talkinghomerenovations.com/ ( talkinghomerenovations.com) Do you have feedback you would like to share? Would you like to be a guest on the podcast? Email me at email@example.com If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends Don't forget to subscribe to the show and get automatic updates every Wednesday morning with the latest episode of Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven. Clickhttp://eepurl.com/gFJLlT ( here) to get the episode enhancements sent directly to your inbox every week. Reviews and ratings help my show gain traction and credibility. Please leave a review here-https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218 ( https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218) Visithttps://my.captivate.fm/www.Talkinghomerenovations.com ( Talkinghomerenovations.com) for episode enhancements, containing photos and more information about the episodes as well as transcripts. There you can leave a voice message through speak pipe that could be included in a future episode. Follow me on instagram: @talkinghomerenovations Join me on Facebook: Talking Home Renovations Follow me on Twitter: @talkinghomereno Join me on TikTok: @The House Maven Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven is part of Gabl Media, the largest, most engaged AEC network on the planet. Visit http://www.gablmedia.com/ (www.Gablmedia.com) for great content. Sign up for the weekly newsletter- I send out the episode enhancements every Wednesday morning, http://eepurl.com/gFJLlT ( sign up here) Music at the beginning and end of the episode is The House Maven's Jig, written and performed by Neil Pearlman, https://neilpearlman.com/ (www.neilpearlman.com) Show Cover Art by Sam Whitehttp://www.samowhite.com/ ( www.samowhite.com) This podcast is a production of dEmios Architects.http://www.demiosarchitects.com/ ( www.demiosarchitects.com)
Judy Cossette is an Entrepreneur and Interior Designer. Judy loves interior design. She cares about personal health and the health of our planet. She enjoys making people happy. For years, she dreamed of having a job that combined all three of her passions! That's the basis for her opening Go Green Fine Interiors in 2016 (after many years of working in the corporate world). She believes that sustainable design is every designer's responsibility and strives to incorporate environmentally friendly design solutions into each project. She has professional certifications in Green Interior Design (through Sustainable Furnishings Council) and home staging and redesign (through Home Staging Resource), and a B.A. degree in Graphic Design. She is constantly expanding on her knowledge through research, observing, reading, taking classes, and visiting High Point, NC. Her personal design style is transitional, although she dreams of having a rustic, post and beam log cabin in the woods some day. Her favorite foods are Mexican, Thai and seafood. In her spare time, she likes to exercise, cook for family and friends, walk her dog, Biscuit, refurbish furniture with her boyfriend, and travel. Go Green Décor Shopify Store: ggdecor.shop
Photographer, stylist, and author Alyssa Rosenheck joins Zibby to discuss her new book, The New Southern Style, which combines her personal story with her interior design and photography. Alyssa shares how her cancer diagnosis shaped her current approach to life, the ways in which creativity saved her life, and her relationship with this book (which originally came out in 2020). The two also talk about the story behind the lone chair on the cover and what Alyssa is thinking about working on next.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3VktDwWBookshop: https://bit.ly/3MnBPIJSubscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Around here, we all think of Rob Dickinson as skiing royalty. But Rob is also the owner of Precise Painting, an interior and exterior paint and finishing company that does extremely fine work, and employs 25+ people in the Gunnison Valley of Colorado. We talk to Rob about the craft of painting and finishing homes; what anyone thinking about building, purchasing, or maintaining a home in mountain towns ought to know about exteriors; how to think about aesthetics vs. price vs. durability; and more.TOPICS & TIMES:Skiers Talking Sh!t (3:48)Starting Precise Painting (6:42)The Family Business (10:29)Ski-Rep Dreams, Big-Mountain Comps (15:14)Work Hours & Ski Hours (21:42)Mtn Town Economics & Precise' Model (24:55)Misconceptions about house painting (27:04)Age-Old Rules of the Trade (29:53)Interiors & Exteriors in CB & Mtn Towns (33:28)Aesthetics vs Price vs Durability (39:52)Example: Crested Butte Center for the Arts (42:44)RELATED LINKSBLISTER Open Mic SeriesBLISTER Craft CollectiveSEE OUR OTHER PODCASTS:Blister PodcastBikes & Big IdeasOff the CouchGEAR:30 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Most of us live in a constant state of despair around how to get dressed. Office clothes now feel like fancy dress. Trying to look a little bit swishy for a night out feels like a Sisyphian struggle. We want to look together but casual at the weekends but mostly we look like pile of old laundry. So the question is: how to look relevant and comfortable - and even a little bit dangerous - when you've slightly lost your way? This week we've brought in some heavy hitters. Ex-Vogue fashion editors and celebrated stylists who set up a website, Collagerie, to solve exactly this problem: finding one thing over every thing. We talk to Lucinda Chambers and Serena Hood about where to find the best boots, jeans, shirts, coats, earrings and the rest. They style Annabel in a pink mohair jumper. Beware, listening could be a bit perilous for your wallet… collagerie.com jigsaw-online.com/collagerie PS: This episode is bravely brought to you by Readly – your one-stop shop for thousands of magazines and newspapers, from Grazia and New York Magazine to The Guardian and World of Interiors. Readly are offering I'm Absolutely Fine listeners a free two-month trial at gb.readly.com/midult. Read it all. With Readly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ross Berlanga, Marketing Director for TMI Products stops by the studio to talk replacement truck interiors, SEMA Trim Awards, and to sample some Canadian snacks, courtesy of listener Ryan Kornblum. Holman also shares the latest on the progress of his 1941 Ford GPW flat fender.