60 episodes

Domino editors host this weekly podcast, which spotlights creative strategies for making your home (and every day) feel more special, personal, and fun—from insider tricks on how to tackle your next renovation project to easy updates that instantly refresh a space—through candid conversations with Domino’s editors and community of experts.

Design Time Domino Magazine

    • Arts
    • 4.8 • 8 Ratings

Domino editors host this weekly podcast, which spotlights creative strategies for making your home (and every day) feel more special, personal, and fun—from insider tricks on how to tackle your next renovation project to easy updates that instantly refresh a space—through candid conversations with Domino’s editors and community of experts.

    Molly Baz and Ben Willett on Their Food-Themed Home, Working Together Creatively, and the Wacky Way Baz Fills a Dishwasher

    Molly Baz and Ben Willett on Their Food-Themed Home, Working Together Creatively, and the Wacky Way Baz Fills a Dishwasher

    In the first episode of our second season, food personality Molly Baz, author of the best-selling Cook This Book, and spatial designer Ben Willett share all the secrets behind their food-themed Altadena, California, home, from the Caesar salad bathroom marble to the butter yellow kitchen cabinets. (You may have seen them in Domino’s Fall digital issue?) Listen in as the married pair talk about how they work together in harmony and why, when it comes to projects, they had to get comfortable with being uncomfortable.
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    • 41 min
    Designer Eny Lee Parker on Making a Viral Lamp, Hiring a Happy Team, and Her Next Act

    Designer Eny Lee Parker on Making a Viral Lamp, Hiring a Happy Team, and Her Next Act

    Furniture designer Eny Lee Parker first took over our collective Instagram feeds in 2018 with her now ubiquitous U-shaped OO Lamp, which has appeared in the homes of such people as Sarah Sherman Samuel and Christian Siriano. From her studio in Queens, New York, Parker and her team continue to churn out the chicest totemic ceramic lighting and furniture—but in true rebel fashion, she says she’s more focused on maintaining a happy staff and giving back to her community than just making art. Listen as she fills us in on why she’s not interested in being the best designer on the planet, her two dream celebrity clients, and how she DIYed her rental kitchen—but don’t tell her landlord.
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    • 24 min
    Beth “Bephie” Birkett on Creativity and Privilege, Taking Design Risks, and Why You Should Hang Onto Your IKEA Pieces

    Beth “Bephie” Birkett on Creativity and Privilege, Taking Design Risks, and Why You Should Hang Onto Your IKEA Pieces

    There’s no other way to say it: Beth “Bephie” Birkett is insanely cool. She runs her own creative design studio called Bephie, which has collaborated with brands like Nike and Jordan, and along with her husband, she co-owns Union, a streetwear institution in Los Angeles. Together with their sons, they live in a prismatic home that shows off their personal style—hello, bright blue sunroom—and an impressive Black art collection. (Maybe you saw it in Domino’s Summer digital issue?) Listen in as we talk about how she got her start in fashion, why creativity is a privilege, and where she shops for future vintage treasures.
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    • 32 min
    Eva Chen and Tom Bannister on Designing for Three Kids (and Yourselves!), First-Time Gardening, and Launching a Granola Empire

    Eva Chen and Tom Bannister on Designing for Three Kids (and Yourselves!), First-Time Gardening, and Launching a Granola Empire

    Eva Chen and Tom Bannister are the Internet’s first couple: Chen is head of fashion partnerships at Instagram and a best-selling author—and before that she was editor in chief of Lucky magazine. Bannister is a creative director and entrepreneur who makes the most delicious granola, Tom’s Perfect 10, which had a 17,000-person wait list when it launched last year. Through it all, they’ve never strayed from being unapologetically authentic. Together with their three children, they split their time between New York City and a charming cottage in Connecticut. Tune in as we hear about how they used customer feedback to launch a granola brand and how the pair is adjusting to life outside the city. Spoiler alert: They’re gardeners now!
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    • 32 min
    Ashley Graham on Moving to the Suburbs, Having a Beige Sofa (With Three Kids!), and Wanting to Be a DIY Girl

    Ashley Graham on Moving to the Suburbs, Having a Beige Sofa (With Three Kids!), and Wanting to Be a DIY Girl

    In our season finale, Ashley Graham proves that her rebellious nature extends far beyond the runway. Not only has she fearlessly led a body-positivity revolution and redefined the word supermodel, she’s a mother of three boys (that includes twins!) and a new homeowner who just put a stylish spin on her lush backyard thanks to Affirm. Listen in to hear why she made the move from Brooklyn to the burbs, how she keeps a beige sofa clean with kids, and where she shops for discount pool towels. 
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    • 21 min
    Floral Designer Ryan Norville on Being a Rebel Unintentionally, the Flower She Avoids at All Costs, and How to Take a Bodega Bouquet Up a Notch

    Floral Designer Ryan Norville on Being a Rebel Unintentionally, the Flower She Avoids at All Costs, and How to Take a Bodega Bouquet Up a Notch

    You’ve probably seen Ryan Norville aka @OatCinnamon’s otherworldly floral creations while scrolling through your IG feed. Maybe it was her pearlescent spray-painted stems that caught your eye, or a neon-colored installation at an event for one of your favorite brands—her arrangements aren’t easily forgotten. Listen in as we chat about how she went from cleaning buckets to designing florals full-time, the vintage Esty find she definitely paid too much for, and the trick to keeping your bodega bouquet looking fresh for longer.
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    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Jennyc7275 ,

Hooked!

Can’t wait for the next episode. A very cool chat with loads of accessible ideas. Well done, Domino!

AliBaliBee1 ,

Good but less interviewer more interviewee please

Love the concept of this but I would love to hear the interviewer talk less and the interviewee talk more! It’s such a common mistake in journalism. Give the interviewee space to fill the air — it’s their thoughts and opinions we want to hear, after all!

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