46 episodios

Hosted by beloved design-insider Michael Boodro, The Chairish Podcast looks behind the glamour of the interior design industry at a time when all aspects of the business, from sourcing to marketing to client communication to underlying business models are undergoing rapid disruption. Drawing on experience and insights from today’s top practitioners, including leading designers, architects and manufacturers, this podcast is an essential tool for interior design professionals.
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Hosted by beloved design-insider Michael Boodro, The Chairish Podcast looks behind the glamour of the interior design industry at a time when all aspects of the business, from sourcing to marketing to client communication to underlying business models are undergoing rapid disruption. Drawing on experience and insights from today’s top practitioners, including leading designers, architects and manufacturers, this podcast is an essential tool for interior design professionals.
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    How Resale is Revitalizing Home, Fashion and the Environment

    How Resale is Revitalizing Home, Fashion and the Environment

    This summer’s severe weather—floods, droughts, wildfires—made it more clear than ever that we need to become better stewards of the planet. But how can home design and fashion become more responsive? Jennifer Sey, Executive Vice President & President of Levi’s Brand and Anna Brockway, Co-Founder & President of Chairish discuss how their respective industries are changing, why vintage is crucial, and how something as simple as keeping pieces longer can have a major impact.
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    • 45 min
    Expanded Family, Limited Space—the New Design Dilemma

    Expanded Family, Limited Space—the New Design Dilemma

    Even before Covid, housing shortages, high rents, and rising real estate prices were challenging the ideal of the single-family home. Now the pandemic has disrupted the living situation of thousands of elder parents and young adults, made clear the central importance of family, and led to thousands of multi-generational households. But what to do when a family expands, but its space doesn’t? Designers Janie Molster, Shari Francis, and Brynn Olson discuss how design can come to the aid of the newly enlarged household, why walls and doors are back, the importance of workspaces and private nooks, and why mother-in-law apartments may just be the next big design trend.
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    • 45 min
    Designing the Next Generation of Hotels and Restaurants

    Designing the Next Generation of Hotels and Restaurants

    After a rough year, hotels and restaurants are back. Gatherings are happening, and travel
    will continue, but has the pandemic changed what we expect when we go out, or when we
    check in? How do designers make people feel safe and cared for? Three top hospitality
    designers—Pamela Babey of BAMO, Matt Berman of Workshop/APD, and Adam Farmerie
    of AvroKO— share their insights on how business travel will morph, why outdoor spaces
    will become more important than ever, how the idea of service is evolving (but why robots
    are unlikely to be checking you in), and why the mini-bar will never be the same.

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    • 40 min
    Can Austin Boom and Still Stay Weird?

    Can Austin Boom and Still Stay Weird?

    Austin is perhaps the most creative, bohemian city in Texas—the state capitol, a college
    town, a hub for music, food, and fun. But it is also one of the fastest growing cities in the US,
    with an influx of tech companies and entrepreneurs. In the face of all the new wealth and
    gentrification, what is to become of the city’s design scene? Three passionate Austin
    lovers—designers Fern Santini, Avery Cox, and Malcolm James Kutner—weigh in on its
    changing culture, the growing sophistication of clients, and ways the town can sustain
    craftsmanship and collaboration and not lose its bohemian heart.

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    • 42 min
    Why Is British Style Back?

    Why Is British Style Back?

    Americans have had a long love affair with British style, but the relaxed, layered, and richly detailed rooms the British seem to create so effortlessly often don’t jibe with the hectic American lifestyle—or the pared-down architecture of so many American houses and apartments. It isn’t easy to live the Downton Abbey life on this side of the Atlantic. Yet a new generation of young US designers and clients are increasingly attracted to the comfort and worn elegance of English rooms. Two exemplars of classic British style, designer Penny Morrison and Sue Jones, a founder of OKA, tell how the British look is evolving, why comfort and confidence remain all-important, how American energy can reinvigorate tradition, and why dogs are so crucial to the look.
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    • 32 min
    What Clients Say—And What They Really Mean

    What Clients Say—And What They Really Mean

    The relationship between designer and client is crucial to the success of any project. But how do you know if the chemistry is right? Is there any way to tell if the client/designer matchup will work—or if this is the wrong client for you? Designers Susan Zises Green and Joy Moyler draw on their decades of success to share tips about how to size up clients during initial interviews, what to look and listen for, when to bring up the delicate subject of budgets, how to insure respect, and why you might want to be careful about turning clients into friends.
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    • 43 min

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