No one's born knowing how to style a coffee table, choose a sofa they won't hate tomorrow or pick the perfect rug. Decorating is a skill you can learn, even from a podcast. House Rules is all about timeless decorating truths that apply to your unique home, style and budget. Learn the rules then break them beautifully.Hosted by New York Times bestselling author, self-proclaimed Imperfectionst and Cozy Minimalist, Myquillyn Smith, The Nester.
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Myquillen expresses her wisdom and knowledge uniquely well. I always learn and become inspired and peaceful when I listen. more
I look forward to this podcast each week. I’m an interior designer and there is no other designer/class that has inspired me to practically love my home more than Myquillyn has!! She has helped give me the heart behind what I do in my home and my client’s home as well. She’s the encouraging, soothing guru that you wish you could sit at their feet and just listen to whenever she’s willing to talk! Thankful for the past 13 years that she has allowed me via her blog, Instagram, books and now podca... more
My husband hates this show. Every time I listen, I start rearranging furniture (one of my favorite pastimes anyway) and asking him weird questions about the feelings he gets when he walks in specific rooms. He’s not a fan. I, on the other hand, have never been more in love with my cozy house.
She truly does. And I’m so grateful! My home is not perfect and I still feel stuck at times, but following her on instagram, reading her books, and listening to her calming voice on this podcast has given me so much house-guidance over the years. Cheers to you, Myquillyn!
I didn’t know I needed so many words about why a lamp works and doesn’t, but I DID. I’m hooked. Fun and practical.
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House Rules launched 3 months ago and published 14 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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