NY Magazine + Design*Sponge Video Design Chats + Weekly Wrap Up

designchats

This week I had a blast co-hosting a series of short video interviews with Wendy Goodman of New York Magazine. Over GoogleChat, we were able to discuss everything from design trends and home staging techniques to the meaning of ‘curation’ and how the internet affects the way we decorate our homes. Over the three videos we spoke with Ambra Medda of L’ArcoBaleno, Katie Garlinghouse of Pinterest, Ryan Serhant of Million Dollar Listing NY and stylist and interior designer Emily Henderson. I loved getting all these experts’ insight on a wide range of design topics- and getting to speak to them in real time. If you missed any of the broadcasts this week (each one is a quick real-time 15 minute session) you can watch them below via Youtube. Thank you so much to NY Magazine and Wendy Goodman for having me (you can pick up their Design Issue here! I curated a page of gift picks for the issue.) and to all our guests for joining us.

I’m off for the weekend so I hope you all have a wonderful few days off. See you on Monday! xo, grace


Emily Henderson


Ryan Serhant of BRAVO


Ambra Medda + Katie Garlinghouse of Pinterest

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

  1. Stephania says:

    Way cool! Some extremely valid points! I appreciate you penning this write-up and also the rest of the site is extremely good.

  2. Clifford says:

    Pretty! This has been a really wonderful article. Thanks for supplying these details.

  3. Nikko Moy says:

    Extremely fun! A great screen time nightcap for a Friday night. Emily Henderson: adorable :)

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