Style Matters is all about the substance behind developing a personal style in your home and surrounding yourself with beauty in a way that is meaningful. We interview top stylists, designers, artisans and tastemakers both nationally and internationally about why style matters to them. The guests we interview each week inspire us creatively, and give us insight into why the art of home making is so powerful. To continue the conversation on why style matters, sign up for our monthly newsletter, packed with photos, stories, tips and resources, at www.littleyellowcouch.com
Small Steps Toward A Sustainable Home
Going "green" has become much more the norm these days as all of us are coming to terms with the fact that our planet can't sustain lifestyles dependent on single use, disposable goods. And we're all at different stages of transformation when it comes...
Feeling Overwhelmed? Here's What To Do!
In this episode I address several listener dilemmas by first showing how they all have to do with battling the feeling of overwhelm. When I asked you what your biggest struggle was when it came to your homes, you said not enough time, loads of clutter, and too many choices! Not to mention a lack of confidence. Today, I talk about three ways to deal with feeling overwhelmed so you can get unstuck and start living a beautiful life in the homes you have right now!
Cultural Shifts in Southern Style with Alyssa Rosenheck
My guest this week is interiors photographer Alyssa Rosenheck. She's just come out with her first book called "The New Southern Style: Interiors of a Lifestyle and Design Movement." To define this new movement, she casts a wide net across the south, sharing the homes of activists, designers, chefs, and other creatives. The focus of the book is on healing deep social divides using creativity as a means of communication and hope.
How To Buy Art with Katharine Earnhardt
Today I'm talking with Katharine Earnhardt, founder of the art advisory firm Mason Lane. She is going to crush any mental blocks, hesitations or insecurities you may have when it comes to buying art. And she does this by being incredibly approachable.
How to Use The Slow Style Framework
We're going to take a look at the Slow Style framework and figure out which aspect of it would be most helpful to you right now, given what's going on in your life and home.
Your Books Tell the Story of Your Style with Juniper Books
If you are a book lover, how central are they to the feel of your home? In this episode I interview Thatcher Wine, founder of Juniper Books. Juniper is a very unusual company in that they don't publish new books. They create covers for books and, more specifically, covers for whole collections. When you look at the shelves, the book spines, an image across them emerges. It's a whimsical way to to have your books tell a story about what's in the pages, and more importantly, these images tell a story of who owns the books and what they're passionate about. Thatcher takes styling with books to a whole new level!
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Great job on talking about race
I’m glad you spoke out!
Relatable, useful, enjoyable
My goal is a comfortable & welcoming house that I find visually attractive, and this show helps with that. Naturally I like some episodes more than others, but they are all interesting & relatable. No assumptions that you have lots of time & money. Some give you good ideas that you can act on right away, if so inclined, and others lead you to look at & think about things in different ways.
Love the soulful home angle!
Great host, guests, and topics. Look forward to every episode.