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Join hosts Graham Smith and Kirsten Dunlap, two moms on a mission to help others create elegant, livable, welcoming homes. Real moms, real families, real budgets, real homes. Join them as they interview experts, tackle specific challenges, and share their homemaking fails and successes.
When should you put your house on the market, how much prep work do you really need, how to find a good [listen to the episode]
Thinking of throwing a party? Just do it! (And don’t let Pinterest-Pressure stop you!) On Episode 70 [listen to the episode]
Design your home yourself? Or hire a pro? And what’s the difference between a designer, a decorator, [listen to the episode]
The More the Merrier? Or Too Much of a Good Thing? On this episode, Graham & Kirsten take entertaining [listen to the episode]
Totally Crazy or Totally Genius? What is Feng Shui anyway? On this episode we dive deep into the simple truth [listen to the episode]
In this first episode of the newly relaunched Home Hour, Kirsten and Graham welcome listeners into the room [listen to the episode]
We’re BACK — and we’ve got big news! The Home Hour is relaunching with renewed focus on all [listen to the episode]
I've always wanted to learn to take better photos, but for years I've been stumped by settings and terms I didn't understand. ISO, shutter speed...it was just easier to stay in automatic mode and hope for the best (and usually, the results weren't even close to "the best.") I've read tons of photography tutorials, but they just left me more confused. If you're a similarly confused beginning photographer or even if you've got some experience but want to build on your skills, you're going to love this episode featuring Karen Walrond of Chookooloonks. [listen to the episode]
Whether you're a newbie in the kitchen or a "good-enough" cook who could use some inspiration, you're going to love my conversation with Alana Chernila, author of the soon-to-launch book The Homemade Kitchen. Alana's warm, encouraging spirit, sense of humor, and humility (she fully admits to being a mess-maker in the kitchen, a "slow chopper," and best yet, an imperfect cook) shine through in our discussion. [listen to the episode]
Sometimes, things that start outside of your home can end up making a big impact on your family life. In [listen to the episode]