Podcast, Episode 2: Stylist & Hoarder Ginny Branch

How to Decorate podcast with stylist Ginny Branch

This week on the podcast, we’re talking to stylist and self-proclaimed hoarder Ginny Branch! Ginny helps style the rooms for our catalog, and she’s worked with some of the most beloved brands across the country including Southern Living, Country Living, Coastal Living, Design*Sponge, Cooking Light, and Martha Stewart Weddings. We sat down to talk with Ginny about how she started styling, why she loves hats, her most recent travels, and her favorite accessories!

Notes from the show:

-Taryn & Karen talk about Coach’s Spring 2017 collection.

-Karen visited Maison Object.

-See photos of our new store in Tysons Corner or visit it here

Ginny’s favorite shoe that she has recommended on Amazon

-Karen recommends to Emily our St. Tropez Indoor/Outdoor Sisal rug.

-Rosemary asks about one of our Decorating Dilemmas and whether she can hang a mirror over a headboard. (Send us a decorating dilemma here or email us so we can answer your question on the podcast)

And of course, please subscribe to the podcast in iTunes so you never miss and episode. Of course, you can always check back here to see new episodes, but if you subscribe, it’ll automatically download to your phone.

Happy Decorating!

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Caroline McDonald

Caroline lives for pairing together patterns, mixing furniture styles, and oogling over our newest furniture pieces. As you can imagine, her little 1920's craftsman is in a constant state of flux. Here on How to Decorate, it's her goal to help you turn your home into your own little slice of paradise.


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    November 20, 2018

    Hello, let me start off by saying I love you ladies and look forward to listening to your podcasts. There is one thing I would like to point out that I don’t understand however is the over use of the word ” like ” I listened to the Ginny Branch episode for the second time and honestly the over use of the word ” like” annoyed me. You are professionals not high schoolers. I realize the show is supposed to be relaxed , casual, and unscripted . I do love the valuable advice, trials & triumphs, and the education I get from the show however it’s often annoying to listen to with the constant over use of the word ” like .”