At Hunker, we believe “home” means more than just where you live; it’s an expression of your identity, the place where you are most yourself. Being Home With Hunker is a podcast where, each week, Hunker editorial director Laurie Gunning Grossman chats with designers, artists, and creatives in the spaces that express and shape their identities: their homes. We talk about topics such as: How do their homes tell their story? What holds value? What are their non-negotiables? What does “being home” mean to them?
If you love design and decor, if you’re curious about how people live, or if you’ve been transitioning or transforming your own home, you’ll love these honest conversations.
For more info, visit Hunker.com/podcast.
Being Home With Ariel Kaye
Ariel Kaye, founder of bedding brand Parachute, discusses good sleep hygiene, setting up our bedroom as a sanctuary, and to not get caught up in the dos and don’ts of the design moment or trends.
Being Home With: Jill Wintersteen, Spirit Daughter
Jill Wintersteen, founder of Spirit Daughter, shares ideas on which crystals to add to our spaces, how to manifest a home, and why a morning gratitude practice can change our entire day. We also discuss the power of starting out 2022 in Capricorn Season and with the first new moon of the year.
Being Home With Hunker's 2021 Highlights
Welcome to our 2021 end of year episode. We’re featuring 13 quotes about home from our favorite episodes… which, let’s face it, is all of our episodes since we just launched this past September.
Being Home with Leeway Home Co-Founders Sam Dumas and Lyle Maltz
Sam Dumas and Lyle Maltz, co-founders of Leeway Home, talk about their direct-to-consumer dinnerware brand, how they launched the brand during the pandemic, and the significance they’ve realized in being gay founders (who are also married to each other)!
Being Home With Hilton Carter
Hilton Carter, plant and interior stylist, and author on gratitude, renovations, and the “wild creation” he designed in his home.
Being Home With Eve Epstein
Eve Epstein, Hunker’s Editor in Chief, discusses Hunker’s brand and mission, how our homes are now a 360 experience, and how her summers in Japan as a child formed her design aesthetic.
Very valuable podcast with lots of free research and information.
Incredibly smart and entertaining
I have been searching for a soothing, non-newsy and panic-y podcast and this is it. I’m such a design geek and I’ve been eagerly checking out the star studded cast that Laurie has assembled each episode. I especially loved the Nicole Gibbons episode — it’s going to inspire me to paint my bedroom right now. And can we talk about the host for a second? What a voice!
My fave home design pod
Not only is this podcast interesting and fun to listen to, but it helped me tap into my creativity in regards to my own space (which made a huge difference while working/living from home)!