Business of Home's editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen talks to interior designers about nurturing creativity, finding a firm’s financial footing, setting goals and discovering their own version of success as a result.
Beth Diana Smith on leaving the corporate world behind
When Irvington, New Jersey–based interior designer Beth Diana Smith launched her firm after a career in finance, she tapped into her corporate skillset to satisfy her process-oriented mind while allowing her creative side to thrive and grow.
Why Amanda Teal completely changed the way she charged
Menlo Park, California–based interior designer Amanda Teal found herself doing less and less of what she really loved—so she changed everything.
Nile Johnson on making space for creativity
Philadelphia-based interior designer Nile Johnson scored a dream client—one so good that she recommended him to all her friends. That's where the trouble began.
Trade Tales: Coming soon!
A trailer for Business of Home's new podcast, Trade Tales. The show, hosted by editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen, will feature interviews with interior designers about nurturing creativity, finding a firm’s financial footing, setting goals and discovering their own version of success as a result.
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My favorite podcast
Please do more! This is such an invaluable resource to new designers. Like having a bunch of incredible mentors at your fingertips. No other podcast dives this deep or provides this level of insight into the profession.
Spot on encouragement for designers
First episode was a hit (for me). Honest perspective on what it’s like being in the trade and being an interior designer is the golden nugget. I appreciate her willingness to ask hard questions and the person being interviewed being willing to share their experience.
Trade Tales. Great new podcast
Excellent podcast. I love Kaitlyn’s interview style. She asks great questions, nothing staid and expected. She brings out the best in the designer she interviewing. Can’t wait to hear more. Well done!