This week we're talking with Lauren Liess, author of "Habitat: The Field Guide To Decorating". In this interview, we go deep into one of the most difficult aspects of developing a personal style, what Lauren calls the "intangible elements of design." We talk about the difference between aesthetic and style and how to apply those things to the architectural aspects of your home, along with taking into consideration it's geographic and cultural locations. You can hear in our voices how excited we are to talk with Lauren! And we hope you love this interview, too.
Our guest today is Ellie Tennant, author of the books Design Bloggers At Home and Chic Boutiquers At Home. Based in London, Ellie has been an interiors journalist for several years, writing for Ideal Home Magazine and Home Shopping Spy. What we love about both of her books is her focus on people who are really passionate about personalizing their homes and using them as a visual representation of their lives.
We are honored and excited to open our 4th season of Style Matters with the eloquent, warm and charming Mary Randolph Carter. You're about to be delighted by stories of her life working with Ralph Lauren, her prolific work as a writer and, above all, her passion for collecting. She currently has a regular column in Country Living Magazine and has recently released her 9th book, "Never Stop To Think, Do I Have A Place For This?" We have fallen hard for Carter, as she likes to be called, and we think you will, too.