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.
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I love this podcast! Each guest has such a unique perspective on design. They’ve given me inspiration for my own home and have even left me pondering design trends (why don’t we have more size-inclusive furniture again?). It’s a great mix of the best designers in their field and guests who will surprise you with their design innovation (HELLO, SETH ROGEN)! Cannot wait to see who will be on the podcast next.
This podcast has gone thru multiple hosts and none have ever hit the mark. This new spin on being “rebellious” feels like a gimmick and I can’t bring myself to get thru one episode without turning it off.
very very boring
The Katie Sturino interview was so bad. She mentioned having Cheap rugs, equating Mackenzie Childs to Nancy Meyers, doesn’t like vintage. And I won’t even start on her attitude toward furniture not accommodating her size??? Like whaaaaat? I don’t understand why this was included considering all the other episodes have been wonderful and fun to listen to.
Julie is such a natural host and has a voice that was born to podcast. Can’t wait to tune in each week and learn tips big and small on how to be a rebel. Also, really love the never have I ever series of end questions!
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Design Time launched 4 years ago and published 66 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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