How to Shop for Your Home: The Home Hour, Episode 110

On today’s episode, we’re getting back to the heart of our show and focusing on creating beautiful spaces.  Join hosts Kirsten and Graham as we chat with One King Lane senior buyer, Rachel Gerli, about online shopping for all things home! 

We’re talking about how to create your own signature look in your home, which trends to be on the lookout for, and how to get the most bang for your buck when shopping for your house! Plus a spirited conversation about houseplants, an unedited look at Graham’s favorite coffee table accessories, and Kirsten’s continued devotion to all things brass. 

 

Links we mentioned on the show:

One Kings Lane

Aquazzura for De Gournay

 

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2 Comments

  1. Great episode! I would love a link to the umbrella holder Rachel mentioned! Thanks!

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