The Chaise Lounge - Podcast
Interviewing the most successful interior designers from across the United States, talking the business of interior design.
A Well-Designed Business®
Essential enthusiasm, wisdom and guidance for interior designers and anyone interested in owning and running a profitable creative business. Luann Nigara, host of A Well-Designed Business podcast interviews leaders in the interior design industry on how to design a profitable business!
The marketing and business podcast for interior designers, architects, decorators, stagers, influencers and creatives. Hosted by interior designer, Darla Powell.
Inside Design with Kandrac & Kole is a lively conversation about the latest trends, travels to industry events, current design projects, do's and dont's, product recommendations and more. Hosted by Joann Kandrac and Kelly Kole, two nationally published Atlanta Interior Designers with a wealth of information to share and stories to tell about the interior design world.
The Interior Design Consultant
This podcast is meant to chat about the good, the bad and the dirty of the interior design business as well as help those seeking to get into the design industry and those who need help building their empire.
Designers Getting Coffee
Real-talk about running your interior design business with head and heart.
The Interior Design Business
'The Interior Design Business' is a monthly podcast for professional interior designers working in the UK. We hear from practitioners, educators, and influencers who appreciate the day-to-day and longer-term challenges that designers face and offer practical, first-hand advice on how to deal with these issues. 'The Interior Design Business' enables you to learn from others in the design community so that you can develop the skills you need to succeed as an interior designer.
The sinking of the Titanic. The Irish potato famine. The McDonald's coffee lawsuit. This hysterical and informative podcast investigates some of the greatest failures of our time; how they happened, what went wrong, and whether they could have been prevented. History buffs who want a chuckle, this one's for you.
In the Dark
The first season of this investigative true-crime podcast follows journalist Madeleine Baran as she reports on the kidnapping of Jacob Wetterling. In the second season, Baran looks into the case of Curtis Flowers, who was tried six times for the same crime. If you like deep dives on sketchy court cases, you'll love this Peabody Award-winning pod.
10 Things That Scare Me
As the title suggests, this funny and relatable podcast delves into people's biggest fears, from big to small. Things like your dog dying, morality, deep water, or asking too much of people you love. It might even make you feel a little less alone, no matter what keeps you up at night.
Whether you're a new mom, a grandmom, thinking about becoming a mom, or even have a mom, this podcast will shed some light on what it's all about. Renowned reproductive psychiatrist Alexandra Sacks sits down with mothers for honest, illuminating conversations that feel like listening in on a therapy sesh.
Safe for Work
Hosts Liz Dolan and Rico Gagliano tackle everything from how to deal with an open office plan to burnout and work-life balance in this podcast that mixes humour with advice. If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed at work or just need to listen to some people who get what you’re going through, this podcast fits the bill.
For design nerds, architecture buffs, art lovers, and anyone who's ever looked at an aspect of their cityscape or township and wondered how it got that way, Roman Mars' soothing and informative podcast has the answer. This well-produced listen will teach you something you may never have realized you wanted to know.
Krista Tippett’s meditative podcast is like taking a warm bath or chatting with your most insightful friend. It addresses the question of what being human really means in a comforting format that welcomes you to pull up a cup of tea and settle in.
Welcome to Night Vale
Fiction fans will love this podcast that sounds like a well-produced audiobook. The story comes under the guise of a radio broadcast in the fictional town of Night Vale, where some seriously surreal stuff is going on. Don't blame us if you binge the whole thing.