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Hosted by beloved design-insider Michael Boodro, The Chairish Podcast looks behind the glamour of the interior design industry at a time when all aspects of the business, from sourcing to marketing to client communication to underlying business models are undergoing rapid disruption. Drawing on experience and insights from today’s top practitioners, including leading designers, architects and manufacturers, this podcast is an essential tool for interior design professionals.


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Latest Episodes

Remote Possibilities: Home Offices that Work

Now that working from home has become the new normal and home schooling has become mandatory, the home office is more central to domestic happiness than ever before. And with the appeal of working remotely likely to continue long after the pandemic has retreated, the demand for chic and functional home offices is likely only to increase. In this episode, two top designers skilled at meeting the needs of modern families with great style, Chloe Warner and Mikel Welch, weigh in on what’s next and reveal how they are solving their clients’ evolving needs, why we are likely to see a resurgence in walls and doors, the difficulty in finding the perfect desk chair, and why the home office is likely to evolve into the home lobby. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

38 MIN2 d ago
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Remote Possibilities: Home Offices that Work

Traditional Design for a New Era

Grand, exuberant, and exquisitely layered rooms have always had an exalted place in the design world. But are they still relevant in a post-Covid-19 world? Two top interior designers, Michelle Nussbaumer and Timothy Corrigan, argue that their styles—traditional, colorful, and eclectic—are even more valid than before, and share their insights into creating comfort, the importance of fine detailing, the coming revival of antiques, and the need for a touch of visual dissonance in every room. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

48 MIN2 w ago
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Traditional Design for a New Era

Rise of the Regionals

Even in the age of social media, print retains its power. But with fewer national shelter magazines, how can designers get their work published and attract new clients? Fortunately, regional publications have come to the rescue. Regional shelter magazines are better than ever, reach a wider range of readers, and have more impact than they ever did. Three top editors, Pamela Jaccarino of Luxe Home+Design, Kendell Cronstrom of New York and Hamptons Cottages and Gardens, and Clinton Smith of New England Home, share their insights on the state of regional media today and their advice on how designers can access its potential to promote their work. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

49 MINJUL 8
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Rise of the Regionals

What's Next For The American Home?

After being confined to our homes for months, we’ve all become intimately acquainted with what works in our homes—and what doesn’t. The new demands imposed by the Coronavirus-crisis are prompting changes, and we’ve all become aware of shortcomings in the way our homes function. So what does this mean for design in the future? In this episode Sarah Ramsey, a partner at the firm Cullman and Kravis, and Tom Kligerman, a founder of the architectural firm Ike Kligerman Barkley, explore how even the most traditional of American homes are likely to adapt, with innovations from layouts that allow greater flexibility to more home office space to "Cotsco closets" and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

40 MINJUN 24
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What's Next For The American Home?

The Greater Outdoors

One result of the coronavirus quarantine is an increased appreciation for the great outdoors. Parks, beaches, and hiking trails are packed, and sales at plant nurseries are booming. What does this mean long term for America’s homes and backyards? In this episode, renowned interior designer Suzanne Kasler and landscape architect Janice Parker talk about all things garden—from elaborate outdoor kitchens for entertaining, the new popularity of loggias, chicken coops and firepits, why the sudden the rage for raising vegetables and the best ways to make the connection between indoors and out closer and more seamless than ever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

49 MINJUN 10
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The Greater Outdoors

The Sisterhood of Fashion and Home

No two people exemplify the connection between fashion and interior design better than Tonne and Wendy Goodman.From their positions at Vogue and New York Magazine, respectively, they have chronicled and shaped the course of American style. In this episode, the sisters discuss the evolution of American design in fashion and the home, the growth of celebrity culture from Madonna to today, the importance of visual storytelling, and what’s next for fashion, interiors, and the media after the corona crisis. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

45 MINMAY 27
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The Sisterhood of Fashion and Home

What's Ahead for Small Makers

More often than not, it is the work of a craftsman or artisan that brings the ultimate touch of style and distinction to a room. But during times of crisis or financial uncertainty, they are the ones likely to suffer the most drastic setbacks. On this episode, interior designer Brad Ford, who founded the high style crafts fairField + Supply, and Analisse Taft-Gersten, whoseALT for Livingshowrooms feature works by numerous talented makers, weigh in on how we can sustain artisans and small makers through the pandemic and ensure that we don’t lose their skills or their unique sensibilities and style.In this episode, our guests tackle:How Brad and Analisse source for new, talented makers and artisans as partnersThe direction of the future of design in terms of crafts and handmade thingsThe impact of COVID-19 on projects, workrooms and studiosThe parallels between 9/11 and the coronavirus pandemic’s repercussions on the design industryWays to sustain artisans and makers during a crisis...

36 MINMAY 13
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What's Ahead for Small Makers

Is there a Future for Custom Design?

At a time when it was already becoming difficult to get clients to wait 12 to 16 weeks for custom pieces, how do you convince them to be patient in light of artisan slowdowns, shipping disruptions, and the shut-down of entire countries due to the Coronavirus crisis? Is the best worth the time and effort? How do you keep your artisans and workrooms busy and engaged? And what are the alternatives? Host Michael Boodro is joined by interior designers Madeline Stuart, Robert Stilin and Thad Hayes.In this episode, our guests tackle:The importance and value of custom made and one-of-a-kind pieces to create a truly unique spaceHow to educate and encourage clients to wait for well made and high quality piecesTheir concerns for the design industry, artisans, makers and vendors in the time of COVID-19Suggestions on how to manage client’s expectations as COVID-19 causes delays and cancellations that directly impact projectsThe takeaways and silver linings of a pandemicAdditional resources:Play...

51 MINAPR 29
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Is there a Future for Custom Design?

Design from a Distance: Working Remotely

How can design proceed now that every detail—from presentations to orders to installations—needs to be done from a distance? How do you motivate your staff, reassure clients, and stay on top of your workrooms and artisans to make sure your workflow is flowing? Three top talents weigh in on what has worked for them in the past, the tools and processes they use, and how they have adapted to the new “remote” world: Atlanta designer Tish Mills, Courtney Coleman of Brockschmidt and Colman, with offices in New York and New Orleans, and New York-based fabric and interior designer Katie Leede.In this episode, our guests tackle:How technology has changed the way we work, both at the office and at homeOperating remotely, exploring different technologies and how to best connect with your team while working from homeWays to stay on top of your workrooms and artisans to make sure your workflow is flowing smoothlySuggestions about how to lead your team remotely through a crisis and adjust to ...

58 MINAPR 15
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Design from a Distance: Working Remotely

Creativity During the Crisis

On this episode of the Chairish Podcast, Anna Brockway, co-founder of Chairish; entrepreneur Peter Sallick, founder of the Design Leadership Network; and acclaimed designer Celerie Kemble join host Michael Boodro in discussing ways for design firms to navigate the coronavirus crisis, and how, by joining forces, the design world can survive the pandemic—and thrive in its aftermath.In this episode, our guests tackle:How the design industry can evolve as we face this crisis togetherThinking about what this means for teams, including those within firms and also the artisans, tradesmen and partners that work closely together on projectsHow to elevate your design business and advance into the futureOperating remotely, exploring different technologies and how to best connect with your team while working from homeCommunicating with vendors and clients so you can continue to develop projects, even though times are uncertainThe impact of postponement and cancellation of design and industry e...

51 MINAPR 2
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Creativity During the Crisis

Latest Episodes

Remote Possibilities: Home Offices that Work

Now that working from home has become the new normal and home schooling has become mandatory, the home office is more central to domestic happiness than ever before. And with the appeal of working remotely likely to continue long after the pandemic has retreated, the demand for chic and functional home offices is likely only to increase. In this episode, two top designers skilled at meeting the needs of modern families with great style, Chloe Warner and Mikel Welch, weigh in on what’s next and reveal how they are solving their clients’ evolving needs, why we are likely to see a resurgence in walls and doors, the difficulty in finding the perfect desk chair, and why the home office is likely to evolve into the home lobby. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

38 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Remote Possibilities: Home Offices that Work

Traditional Design for a New Era

Grand, exuberant, and exquisitely layered rooms have always had an exalted place in the design world. But are they still relevant in a post-Covid-19 world? Two top interior designers, Michelle Nussbaumer and Timothy Corrigan, argue that their styles—traditional, colorful, and eclectic—are even more valid than before, and share their insights into creating comfort, the importance of fine detailing, the coming revival of antiques, and the need for a touch of visual dissonance in every room. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

48 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Traditional Design for a New Era

Rise of the Regionals

Even in the age of social media, print retains its power. But with fewer national shelter magazines, how can designers get their work published and attract new clients? Fortunately, regional publications have come to the rescue. Regional shelter magazines are better than ever, reach a wider range of readers, and have more impact than they ever did. Three top editors, Pamela Jaccarino of Luxe Home+Design, Kendell Cronstrom of New York and Hamptons Cottages and Gardens, and Clinton Smith of New England Home, share their insights on the state of regional media today and their advice on how designers can access its potential to promote their work. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

49 MINJUL 8
Comments
Rise of the Regionals

What's Next For The American Home?

After being confined to our homes for months, we’ve all become intimately acquainted with what works in our homes—and what doesn’t. The new demands imposed by the Coronavirus-crisis are prompting changes, and we’ve all become aware of shortcomings in the way our homes function. So what does this mean for design in the future? In this episode Sarah Ramsey, a partner at the firm Cullman and Kravis, and Tom Kligerman, a founder of the architectural firm Ike Kligerman Barkley, explore how even the most traditional of American homes are likely to adapt, with innovations from layouts that allow greater flexibility to more home office space to "Cotsco closets" and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

40 MINJUN 24
Comments
What's Next For The American Home?

The Greater Outdoors

One result of the coronavirus quarantine is an increased appreciation for the great outdoors. Parks, beaches, and hiking trails are packed, and sales at plant nurseries are booming. What does this mean long term for America’s homes and backyards? In this episode, renowned interior designer Suzanne Kasler and landscape architect Janice Parker talk about all things garden—from elaborate outdoor kitchens for entertaining, the new popularity of loggias, chicken coops and firepits, why the sudden the rage for raising vegetables and the best ways to make the connection between indoors and out closer and more seamless than ever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

49 MINJUN 10
Comments
The Greater Outdoors

The Sisterhood of Fashion and Home

No two people exemplify the connection between fashion and interior design better than Tonne and Wendy Goodman.From their positions at Vogue and New York Magazine, respectively, they have chronicled and shaped the course of American style. In this episode, the sisters discuss the evolution of American design in fashion and the home, the growth of celebrity culture from Madonna to today, the importance of visual storytelling, and what’s next for fashion, interiors, and the media after the corona crisis. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

45 MINMAY 27
Comments
The Sisterhood of Fashion and Home

What's Ahead for Small Makers

More often than not, it is the work of a craftsman or artisan that brings the ultimate touch of style and distinction to a room. But during times of crisis or financial uncertainty, they are the ones likely to suffer the most drastic setbacks. On this episode, interior designer Brad Ford, who founded the high style crafts fairField + Supply, and Analisse Taft-Gersten, whoseALT for Livingshowrooms feature works by numerous talented makers, weigh in on how we can sustain artisans and small makers through the pandemic and ensure that we don’t lose their skills or their unique sensibilities and style.In this episode, our guests tackle:How Brad and Analisse source for new, talented makers and artisans as partnersThe direction of the future of design in terms of crafts and handmade thingsThe impact of COVID-19 on projects, workrooms and studiosThe parallels between 9/11 and the coronavirus pandemic’s repercussions on the design industryWays to sustain artisans and makers during a crisis...

36 MINMAY 13
Comments
What's Ahead for Small Makers

Is there a Future for Custom Design?

At a time when it was already becoming difficult to get clients to wait 12 to 16 weeks for custom pieces, how do you convince them to be patient in light of artisan slowdowns, shipping disruptions, and the shut-down of entire countries due to the Coronavirus crisis? Is the best worth the time and effort? How do you keep your artisans and workrooms busy and engaged? And what are the alternatives? Host Michael Boodro is joined by interior designers Madeline Stuart, Robert Stilin and Thad Hayes.In this episode, our guests tackle:The importance and value of custom made and one-of-a-kind pieces to create a truly unique spaceHow to educate and encourage clients to wait for well made and high quality piecesTheir concerns for the design industry, artisans, makers and vendors in the time of COVID-19Suggestions on how to manage client’s expectations as COVID-19 causes delays and cancellations that directly impact projectsThe takeaways and silver linings of a pandemicAdditional resources:Play...

51 MINAPR 29
Comments
Is there a Future for Custom Design?

Design from a Distance: Working Remotely

How can design proceed now that every detail—from presentations to orders to installations—needs to be done from a distance? How do you motivate your staff, reassure clients, and stay on top of your workrooms and artisans to make sure your workflow is flowing? Three top talents weigh in on what has worked for them in the past, the tools and processes they use, and how they have adapted to the new “remote” world: Atlanta designer Tish Mills, Courtney Coleman of Brockschmidt and Colman, with offices in New York and New Orleans, and New York-based fabric and interior designer Katie Leede.In this episode, our guests tackle:How technology has changed the way we work, both at the office and at homeOperating remotely, exploring different technologies and how to best connect with your team while working from homeWays to stay on top of your workrooms and artisans to make sure your workflow is flowing smoothlySuggestions about how to lead your team remotely through a crisis and adjust to ...

58 MINAPR 15
Comments
Design from a Distance: Working Remotely

Creativity During the Crisis

On this episode of the Chairish Podcast, Anna Brockway, co-founder of Chairish; entrepreneur Peter Sallick, founder of the Design Leadership Network; and acclaimed designer Celerie Kemble join host Michael Boodro in discussing ways for design firms to navigate the coronavirus crisis, and how, by joining forces, the design world can survive the pandemic—and thrive in its aftermath.In this episode, our guests tackle:How the design industry can evolve as we face this crisis togetherThinking about what this means for teams, including those within firms and also the artisans, tradesmen and partners that work closely together on projectsHow to elevate your design business and advance into the futureOperating remotely, exploring different technologies and how to best connect with your team while working from homeCommunicating with vendors and clients so you can continue to develop projects, even though times are uncertainThe impact of postponement and cancellation of design and industry e...

51 MINAPR 2
Comments
Creativity During the Crisis

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