Dear Alice is an Interior Design podcast brought to you by Jessica Bennett and Suzanne Hall, the spunky geniuses behind Alice Lane Interior Design. These two ladies break down the highest end of the design and interior fashion world through their beautiful lifestyle approach with a heaping dose of wit and taste.
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Sue and Jess went to High Point Market and got to see what is up and coming for Spring of 2024. This is fashion week for interior designers and much like some people go to New York, or Milan, Sue and Jess go to North Carolina and they get to see what... more
As a seasoned interior designer I really appreciate this podcast to keep my eyes and ears fresh. You guys discuss everything design in a fun, relevant way that keeps me coming back. Thank you for all you do! Ingrid Porter
I listen to the pod casts over and over. I pick up new information each time. I love them. I am allowing your rules to guide me in all remodel interior choices. So pumped up!
They now play about 10 mins of commercials per episode and kick off the show with 20 more
Batch work lessened my enjoyment of this podcast. it’s October and they’re recycling content from spring and summer. Five months old content in a design and trend consciousness podcast presents as stale and unexciting. more
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Dear Alice launched 4 years ago and published 246 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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