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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Today we are thrilled to welcome Georgia-native Brandon Ingram to the show. Brandon is a Georgia Tech alum and two-time winner of the prestigious Philip Shutze Award for Excellence in Classical Design from the Institute of Classical Architecture and ... more
This week we're catching up with our trials and triumphs of the month. Thanks to an email from our listener Judith, we decided to talk about some of the Ballard Designs products we love! We talk about many products and how we style and customize them... more
We are so excited to welcome Andrea Monath Schumacher to the show. Andrea is an interior designer based out of Denver, Colorado. Her experience ranges from commercial and residential spaces, as well as set design for television at Days of Our Lives a... more
I too am a design junkie and love to hear the details and insights the great design guests provide. I’ve learned lots and enjoy listening to them. However, I used to enjoy listening more frequently….The chatty part at the beginning I could do without and the hosts themselves do not seem interested either. Is this just filler? More about the guests! One of the hosts can be domineering and difficult to listen to. Embarrassing when a great guest is interrupted, and I’ve heard it often. I realize ev... more
As a design junkie, I thoroughly enjoy the guests and show content. They often interview designers whose work I admire, and introduce me to new ones. It’s great learning more about the design industry experts, and they often share helpful tips about their process. The show’s hosts have changed over the years and this improved the dynamic and refocused the show on design (and less on the water-cooler type gossip that used to take up a lot of time). more
Some of the guest designers seem so untouchable unless you have a BIG budget. I would really like to see them recommend their favorite Ballard products instead of “showroom only”!
I love this podcast! The ladies are so real, easy to listen to, and I always enjoy learning new decorating tips, tricks, and tidbits. So many amazing design hacks, when to save vs. splurge, and how to create a style that truly reflects YOU in your home! Keep up the amazing work ladies!
I have been listening since the beginning. This podcast used to be a cannot miss for me…but I’ve lost a lot of love for it.I’ve been increasingly annoyed by the hosts’ lengthy, rambling, apologetic, “not-sure-what-I-want-to-ask”questions for the guests. Tighten the questions up. Be brief and to the point. more
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