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Dear Alice is an Interior Design podcast brought to you by Jessica Bennett and Suzanne Hall, the spunky geniuses behind Alice Lane Interior Design. These two ladies break down the highest end of the design and interior fashion world through their beautiful lifestyle approach with a heaping dose of wit and taste.

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Dear Alice is an Interior Design podcast brought to you by Jessica Bennett and Suzanne Hall, the spunky geniuses behind Alice Lane Interior Design. These two ladies break down the highest end of the design and interior fashion world through their beautiful lifestyle approach with a heaping dose of wit and taste.

    Libraries | Next Time on Dear Alice

    Libraries | Next Time on Dear Alice

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    An Interview with Rachel Parcell | Balancing Work, Life, and Style

    An Interview with Rachel Parcell | Balancing Work, Life, and Style

    Today we are on site at the fabulous library of Rachel Parcell, one of our favorite clients who is a blogger, influencer, business owner, and inspiring woman to over a million followers on Instagram. She tells us how she got into interior design, starting in high school when she needed to fill her schedule with some extra classes. That’s when she realized her passion for design and she began pursuing this career. We talk about discovering your own style and how fashion and design can often work really well together, and then you don’t need to worry so much about having nice things when you have kids.

    A day in the life of Rachel Parcell 3:09
    How she got into interior design 5:45
    Why Alice Lane? 8:58
    Do fashion and design go hand in hand? 13:46
    Finding your own personal style 17:32
    Her favorite part of the design process 19:48
    Living her lifestyle with children and a dog 24:53
    Rachel’s favorite room 28:32
    The nursery 30:04
    The mud hall and dog bath 32:03
    Something that people would be surprised to know about Rachel 35:00
    What projects she’s working on next 36:14
    Defining luxury 38:50

    “We bought it when we could see up the canyon, and then as homes started being built, we lost the view. And so, we decided, ‘Let’s go. Let’s move closer to the mountains. Let’s get an unobstructed view.’ It’ll be hard to replace this property, so who knows, maybe if we don’t ever find another property with a great view, this will be forever.” 23:24

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    An Interview with Rachel Parcell | Next Time on Dear Alice

    An Interview with Rachel Parcell | Next Time on Dear Alice

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    How to Curate the Right Artwork for Your Home | Adorning Your Living Space

    How to Curate the Right Artwork for Your Home | Adorning Your Living Space

    We had a recent question from one of our listeners asking if we could do an episode dedicated to putting up artwork in your home, so today that’s what we will be talking about. When trying to figure out how to decorate your home, first think of what kind of art you like, and then we recommend using Pinterest where you can create your own compilation of artworks that you like. We discuss some of the different types of art and have noticed that most people don’t like a figure or subject in their art, but others, like Sue who is an extrovert, love having people in their art, so really it comes down to who you are. Pay attention to size and scale to determine how your art will fit into the design of your living space.

    Where to start 2:33
    Forming your own opinion 4:09
    Scale 7:08
    Photography 11:29
    Gloppy oils in the kitchen 13:49

    “When you are curating art, a lot of people don’t know, again we’ve said this before on previous podcasts, art is the hardest layer. Most people don’t know what to do with themselves when we come up with art. They’re like, ‘Should I like that? Is it personal? How should I respond to this?’ So we often do a few presentations, reselections on art.” 2:11

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    How to Style When You Have Conflicting Tastes | Work with Differing Opinions

    How to Style When You Have Conflicting Tastes | Work with Differing Opinions

    Today we are talking about a highly visual topic, so you’re going to need to tap into your visual mind to really understand this one. If you share your life with somebody, you most likely have different tastes, so we want to talk about how you can style with clashing tastes. We suggest creating a North Star, or a spot where you can both compile visuals of what you want in your home so that you can have a good idea of what the other person wants, and then come to an agreement in the areas where your tastes can work together. Based on our experience, men tend to have a more contemporary style while women lean toward a more cozy style, but this can also vary depending on a person’s age and what they think portrays success.

    Creating a North Star 3:09
    Color 8:13
    Never hate anything in your home 10:39
    Whoever will be using the room most should have say 13:21
    Masculine and feminine elements in style 18:50
    Learn the reason behind why they hate something 22:25

    “Always start with what we call as the North Star, and that is pages and pages of visuals. We do this for our clients in Pinterest boards, and then we put together packets. You could have a large bulletin board at your house, you can take an entire wall and just continue to tape things up. You can do it all virtually if you’re a paperless household, do it on your computers and save back and forth. You can both be on a Pinterest board.” 6:59

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