25 épisodes

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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    Does Online Marketing Really Work?

    Does Online Marketing Really Work?

    In the crowded field of interior design, how do you get your work seen, and how do potential new clients discover you? Social media can certainly be effective. But that doesn’t mean that other tools—websites, blogs, and especially email marketing—don’t still have power. Marie Burgos, Kati Curtis, and Kevin Isbell, three designers with rising profiles, reveal the marketing efforts that work for them, how they balance creativity with salesmanship, and how their firms handle the increased workload required to stay in the forefront.
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    • 44 min
    What's Ahead for Design in DC?

    What's Ahead for Design in DC?

    In Washington, D.C., politics rules, and the political scene is more partisan than ever. Can design cross the aisle? What is it like to be a designer in DC, and how ready for change is this city with such a historically traditional aesthetic? Two DC-based designers, Kiyonda Powell and Marika Meyer, weigh in on what it is like to bring high style to a city where politics is ubiquitous, how a new generation is reshaping the town, and why the Washington design scene is busier than ever before.
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    • 35 min
    Rita Konig on Updating Tradition

    Rita Konig on Updating Tradition

    London-based designer Rita Konig is one of today’s most popular and influential tastemakers. Her fresh take on English style, relaxed, colorful, and family friendly, is both pretty and practical, and has made her a star on both sides of the Atlantic. In this episode, Rita talks about her work, growing up with her famous mother, Nina Campbell, how she hopes to demystify and democratize design, and why it all comes down to “tables, lamps, and chairs.”
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    • 41 min
    The Burgeoning Business of E-Design

    The Burgeoning Business of E-Design

    Thanks to the pandemic, we have all become used to working, socializing, and learning at a distance. But can beautiful design be created remotely? In this episode, two guests with very different styles, Los Angeles designer Martha Mulholland and Palm Beach- based Danielle Rollins, tell how they got started with e-design, how their virtual business has grown, what they find rewarding—and frustrating—about this new approach to creating beautiful homes, and how they handle clients and spaces they have never seen in person.
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    • 39 min
    How Do Interior Designers Become National Brands?

    How Do Interior Designers Become National Brands?

    How do certain designers make the transition to becoming viable brands? Who decides which designers get to put their stamp on everything from rugs to fabrics to apartment towers? Kate Verner, whose firm has been instrumental in the success of numerous designers and brands, and her client, acclaimed designer Alexandra Champalimaud, share their insights on how to expand a designer’s portfolio and visibility, strategize for success, and cope with the increased workflow. As the two make clear, the process is neither easy nor quick, but it can be creatively and financially rewarding.
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    • 42 min
    Do You Really Need Design School?

    Do You Really Need Design School?

    Is attending design school still worth the time, effort, and money it takes? And are the schools teaching the right things? Should the focus be on principles or practicalities? In this episode, the president of the New York School of Interior Design, David Sprouls, is joined by two of the school’s distinguished alumni, Penny Drue Baird and Drew McGukin, to talk about whether techniques or technology should prevail, why they only hire design school graduates, how schools can help diversify and expand the student body, and why nobody seems to know design history these days.
    In this episode, our guests discuss:

    Why design schools are worth the time and money Are students actually learning what they need to know for the real world?How the curricula at NYSID has kept up with changing lifestyles and the increasing use of technologyHow to keep up with new technology while balancing traditional design tactics like sketching and hand drawingThe most important skills Penny and Drew learned while at design school Why firms prefer hiring people who went to design schoolHow the NYSID decides its curriculum and coursework
    Additional resources:

    10 Things You Should Know About Becoming an Interior Designer on MyMove15 Interior Design Schools Worth Applying to on Architectural DigestBecome An Interior Designer on ASID Meet Our New Scholarship Winner on ChairishNew York School of Interior DesignDessins LLC.Drew McGukin Interiors
    Connect with Chairish and our guests on Instagram:
    Chairish: @chairishcoMichael Boodro: @michaelboodroNYSID: @nysidPenny Drue Baird: @pennydessinsDrew McGukin: @drewmcgukinDavid Sprouls: @david.sprouls


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    • 46 min

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