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Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven - Katharine White MacPhail EPISODE 31, 30th December 2020
Architect vs Interior Designer

Architect vs Interior Designer

Architect vs. Interior Designer with Amy Everard

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between an architect and an interior designer? Amy Everard is an interior designer working in NYC and is the host of her own helpful design podcast, Soft Landing. She and I discuss how our jobs overlap and differ.

About this episode's guest: Amy Everard is an interior designer sharing over a decade of experience and knowledge to make interior design accessible to everyone. It is her mission to Demystify Interior Design! Soft Landing is a weekly independent podcast that disseminates powerful design knowledge to help YOU create your dream space. From furniture reviews to affordable fixes for all kinds of spaces and places. Follow along on Instagram @softlandingpodcast

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Thanks to Ray Bernoff, the editor of the show. www.RayBernoff.com

Music at the beginning and end of the episode is The House Maven's Jig by Neil Pearlman, performed by Troy MacGillivray and Neil Pearlman www.neilpearlman.com

Show Cover Art by Sam White www.samowhite.com

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