We want to teach you how to decorate! We'll help you unleash your inner decorator with interviews from interior designers, sharing the trials and triumphs from our own homes, and answering your burning decorating questions. Brought to you from the Ballard Designs team.
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Just listened to your episode with the crew from Houses with History. I absolutely LOVE their show and this podcast. Thank you for bringing us wonderful guests and fresh perspectives on design and decoration decisions. I look forward to your show every week!
I’ve been a devoted Ballard Designs customer for years. Although, my closest store is over an hour away, I still go regularly to see and feel all the new looks. I discovered the podcast during Covid. I listen during my 60 min treadmill time. It’s like a lunch with your girlfriends without the calories. I always learn something new. It has also introduced me to new Instagram accounts of the guests that you feature. I’ve recommended it to several friends as a great podcast. Thanks Ballard.
The guests are great, I wish the hosts wouldn’t keep interrupting them. Four hosts is overkill when you have great guests. There is one host who is a good interviewer but I don’t know her name.
I love you guys! I am obsessed with ALL things decorating and learn so much from listening to you and your guests! I love the variety of your guests and how there is something for everyone! I have even been surprised choosing some that I didn’t think would be my style and ending up taking away something that I loved! I also love watching the YouTube show. It’s wonderful!
I absolutely love this podcast! So much so I have been now binge listening to the older episodes! I also cannot get enough of their new show on QVC PLUS Design School with Ballard Design. If you love design and decorating I would highly recommend this podcast!
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How to Decorate launched 7 years ago and published 335 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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