The style cultivated in your home is your autobiography, made visible.
To give you an idea of who we interview and what our episodes can offer, check out some of our fan favorites!
Founder, Mason Lane Art Advisory
Katharine gives us advice on how to get beyond 4 main stumbling blocks when it comes to finding and collecting art for your home.
Blogger: My Ecclectic Nest
Tiffany is a self-taught designer, she's passionate about the details, she's become a fearless DIYer, and most of all, she's so full of joy, you're going to come away inspired to do something yourself!
Author & Shop Owner
Sean talks about what different elements go into the creation of a home, a room, or even a small vignette, based on his years of training his eye on composition, balance and story telling.
If you are new to podcasting, think of it like a radio show that you can tune in to anytime you feel like it. Some shows are serial (like listening to a short audio book or a true crime story that plays out over several weeks). Some shows are episodic, where every episode stands on its own but are all related to the main topic.
You use an app (on your phone or computer) to find and listen to shows you like.
Your phone probably comes with at least on podcast app already loaded up. For example, if you have an iPhone, you'll see an app called "Apple Podcasts."
You can also choose a different listening app, such as Spotify, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, etc.
Basically, in the search bar inside the app, you type in the name of the podcast you'd like to listen to (such as "Style Matters").
You'll then see a list of all of the episodes from that show with a short description of each.
Just press play!
You can also search categories of shows (such as "true crime," "food," politics," etc).
We recommend hitting the "subscribe" button on every show you like.
When you do, the most recent episode of that podcast will show up first when you open the app.
That way, you don't have to search for it all the time.
And finally, please rate and review the podcasts you listen to regularly. This really helps keep those shows on the air!