Postcard from the Podcast (116)

This week on the podcast it’s our monthly style surgery where we answer your interior design dilemmas. If you have a question you want answered, by the way, then do drop us a voice note or an email to [email protected] and we will endeavour to answer your question.

A broken plan – adding an internal window is a great option for smaller spaces. Image from Ham Interiors

This week we discuss imposter syndrome after listening to Micaela Sharp discuss it last week and Sophie admits to suffering a little now she has her new dream kitchen installed. Help is at hand for listeners with concerns over open plan versus broken plan, what to pair with a purple quartz worktop and how does one create an elegant and calming interior. And it’s this topic that has us disagreeing agreeably as you might imagine. Do listen here and remember you can sign up for the insiders club where we will soon have details of a live webinar you can join us on for an evening of chat and interiors. Sadly, being virtual you will have to bring your own wine but it will be a lovely chance to connect. It will be at 7 pm on 20 July and details will be sent to insiders nearer the time.

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